Review: Tyson by Kathy Coopmans

Tyson Tyson by Kathy Coopmans
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

That cover?! Honestly, as soon as I saw it, I had to read this. No disrespect but this model made a fine ass Tyson.

I know what it’s like to have your heart split down the middle.
One-half chases her. The other half chases after the lies, deceit, and betrayal.
It’s a burning ball of hell.
Seconds, minutes, hours, and years all spent endured the depth of my own burning inferno.
All of it runs together while life passes me by.
Thirteen years ago, the woman I was in love with left me standing at the altar.
Some say thirteen is a lucky number.
Me? I curse the number.
Now she’s back.
Reminding me.
Torturing me.
She says things are not what they seem.
That they weren't then either.
Do I believe her?
Do I forgive?
Time and truth will tell.

To sum this up without giving anything away... if you like over-the-top characters, never-ending drama, unrealistic circumstances and reactions, overwhelming metaphors and synonyms of pain, with a sweet HEA, you've picked the right book. Tyson and Lynne were more in love than over and although they had a steady uphill battle towards their happy ending, at least they fought it together at last.

Release Date: May 22, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance - 2nd chance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Steam: 3.5 out of 5
Book Type: Standalone - Book 3 of The Saints series with character crossover

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