Collide by Juliana Stone
(The Barker Triplets)

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“Collide” is a re-united lover story. The primary problem I had is that it felt melodramatic and the characters acted more like they were teenagers than adults...I also though the reveal of her secret came far too late in the story, particularly given what drove them apart in the first place.
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A second chance never looked so good…

Bobbi-Jo Barker has been in love with the wrong man for years. A man who doesn't fit into the perfect, controlled life she's created.A man who broke her heart and nearly destroyed her. So the fact that he's back in town shouldn't matter because he's all wrong for her, or so she thinks...

Shane Gallagher, prodigal son, ex-con, and all around hellion, has returned to the small town of New Waterford not only to mend fences, but to get his life back. What he doesn’t count on are the feelings he still has for the one woman who can break him—the one woman who is totally wrong for him.

And yet, as Bobbi and Shane are thrown together and begin to navigate a life with each other in it, neither can deny the attraction they feel, or the emotions that come with it—the good and the bad. And so the question becomes… can these two damaged souls survive a second chance at love?
 

About Juliana Stone

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Juliana Stone has always believed in the power of a good story. When her first narrative, a futuristic story about Santa Claus set in a world that resembled her friend�s hamster cage, was a hit with her fourth-grade teacher, she discovered her calling was writing: novels, short stories, songs. As long as she was writing, she was happy. During a stint on the music end of things, she toured Canada fronting an all-female rock band, and after meeting her husband, she fell into married life. Kids, dog, and the requisite white picket fence followed, and her writing took a bit of a backseat.But in the fall of 2007, she decided to resurrect her love of writing and,inspired by the paranormal works of Christine Feehan, Keri Arthur,and Lynsay Sands, she set out to write something great. Luckily, a unique world of jaguar-shifters was born, and the rest is history!
 
Published January 14, 2013 by Juliana Stone. 244 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Feb 09 2013

“Collide” is a re-united lover story. The primary problem I had is that it felt melodramatic and the characters acted more like they were teenagers than adults...I also though the reveal of her secret came far too late in the story, particularly given what drove them apart in the first place.

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