Review for Inevitably Yours by Verlene Landon


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 6, 2017
Cover Photo: Juliana Andrade - Wander Book Club
Cover Model: Wander Aguiar
Cover Design: Blue Sky Design

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About the Book
Love can be unexpected, but sometimes, the fall is inevitable.
Augusta is a carefree soul with the heart of an angel, the face of a pixie, and the body of a…pregnant woman?
When she decided to carry a baby for friends who couldn’t do it themselves, she knew she’d have to give up a lot—coffee, seeing her feet, and possibly even her chance at happiness with the man she adored.
John doesn’t thrive in chaos. Control and routine are more his style. Some might even say he’s anal. This way of life has served him well for decades, but he’s due for a change. That’s easier said than done, though, particularly when your motivation is about to give birth to another man’s child.
When old wounds reopen, sometimes clinging on to tight control is the only way to survive the ride. But when the only way to grasp the future is to reach for it with both hands, you have to let go of something.
Some things in life are inevitable, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy.

Kim's Review

Verlene Landon's "Inevitably Yours" is the fourth tale in the Imagine Ink series. Gus is nearing the end of her pregnancy but still doesn't have the man she wants. Ever since she became pregnant for Andy and Marco, John has been pulling away from her and he won't explain why. John has his own demons to slay. He carries so much guilt from all the wrong that has gone on in his life, he sometimes can't breathe. Why has John pulled away from Gus? Can they work out what they want and how they feel for each other before it's too late? Find out in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars
More Books by Author
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INDELIBLE YOU (Imagine Ink #1)
BRAND ME (Imagine Ink #2)
Just in case you missed them, here are Kim's reviews for #1 - #3:
Verlene Landon's "Indelible You" is the first tale in the Imagine Ink series. Walker has had a crush on his sister's best friend Erika. Erika has liked him back, but been afraid of her feelings and being left behind and alone, again. She didn't have a good upbringing, having been in foster care. One night their worlds collide in passion, and one utterance from Erika during climax changes everything. What did she say to turn both of their lives upside down? Can it be fixed? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars

Verlene Landon's "Brand Me" is the Second tale in the Imagine Ink series. Tori is asked to go away with her boyfriend Richard for a month. It's a condition to his father's will after his death. Her friends and brother call him Dick, since he's an a-hole. Andy's pilot John takes her to Tennessee to meet up with him, but he's not the only one on the plane to go. He has a co-pilot Michael, who needs the hours in the air and a ride to Tennessee as well, so he's killing two birds with one stone. She's instantly attracted to Michael, he is the same to her, but doesn't show it. When they get to Tennessee they go their separate ways. He goes into town to get a room for the night and she leaves with John to head to her boyfriend. This trip will change everything for both of them in very different ways. This book is a MUST READ!!! 

5 out of 5 stars

Verlene Landon's "Irrevocably Mine" is the third tale in the Imagine Ink series. Big Dax makes you want to curl up and do some major loving on a Viking!!! He is sweet, charming, large and in charge! Stacy is a lawyer, helping men who have been raped, taking them through the process and fighting for what's right. Dax is a tattoo artist, but he's so much more than that. Dax is one big marshmallow, unless you f**k with his woman or his kid, and Stacy is his woman, no matter how much she tries to deny it. Can Dax make Stacy see that he wants her? Can Stacy see Dax as more than his impressive cock? Find out this and more in this MUST READ!!!

5 out of 5 stars
Stalk the Author
Verlene was born and raised in the south. Thanks to the military, she's traveled the US, but now calls Sin City home. Self proclaimed zombie apocalypse enthusiast, word porn peddler, human canvas, Manowarrior, serial grammar killer, rabid Bama fan, accidental dust bunny population specialist, and abuser of the word f*ck.
She's thrown live grenades, survived the tear gas chamber and forced road marches, but still thinks writing is more brutal.
Lemmy said it best, "Born to lose. Live to win."  




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