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Leo (Sign of Love, #1)

Leo (Sign of Love, #1) - Mia Sheridan The author provided me with a copy of this book for my honest reviewEvie grew up in foster care, Leo was her rock and when he was adopted he promised to come for her when she turned 18, he never did. Evie is now an adult and has learned to forget about Leo until a stranger starts following her and tells her Leo is dead. The two of them start a relationship, but Evie can tell this man is hiding something from her. When everything is revealed Evie has to decide if she can forgive all the lies and secrets. This book was so good, I really liked the character Evie, she has made a good life for herself. She has an apartment and two jobs and she is happy, grounded and really down to earth. Jake is the rich good looking man who comes into Evies life and tells her that Leo is dead. They make a sweet couple and I like how their relationship was not based solely on sex. The sex between the two of them was flaming hot, the author can write some great love scenes. Both of the main characters do make mistakes and some of them seem to be more from lack of communication more than anything else. The twist towards the end was interesting and my heart broke for Jake. One of my favorite parts of this book is that it does not have a cliffhanger, we get our HEA without having to wait for however many more books. Leo is a good read, great characters the writing is wonderful and the plotline is interesting and keeps you glued to your kindle.