Risking It All by J M Stewart

Risking It All                                           5 STARS

A romantic girl next door story of love and devotion. Kyle has falling in love with Ceci, a girl he has known for 20 years, since he was 10 and she was 7. Before dying, her grandmother shared a secret with Kyle about the first seven years of Ceci’s life – a time Ceci herself can’t remember. She makes Kyle promise to never tell Ceci because the truth can endanger her life and her sanity. For the last 20 years Ceci has tried to find out what happened to her parents, where she had lived before coming to Pullayup, Washington and everything else she can’t remember. Having promised as a child to always be honest with Ceci can Kyle start a romantic relationship with her while knowingly keeping the secret of her past? Could you? Whose place is it to decide what another person can handle emotionally? Is it right to make a second promise when you know it conflicts with a promise already made?Kyle is the kind of man every girls dreams of marrying, a man who will do anything to protect his woman and make her happy. But what can he do when the lines are blurred?

Kyle loves Ceci devotedly and I love how committed he is to her and to her well-being. I absolutely loved this book and will be reading more from J M Stewart.


She’s everything he wants…

For years, Kyle Morgan has hidden his true feelings from the gorgeous girl next door that he grew up loving and protecting. But when she shows up at his apartment in the middle of the night, desperately needing comfort and support, his iron will begins to waver…

…and the only thing he can’t bear to lose.

Kyle was always the big brother Cecelia Anton never had, but suddenly her goofy best friend has become a sexy man she can’t keep her thoughts—or hands—off of. As their deep connection melts into uncontrollable desire, Ceci is willing to put it all on the line for a shot at true love. Only Kyle is keeping a terrible secret about Ceci’s past that could destroy not only their lifelong friendship but their happily-ever-after…



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