Four Years Later
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Monica Murphy, the fourth and final installment in her New Adult series, the hot new contemporary romance genre featuring characters between the ages of 18 and 25 that's taking the world by storm. About to start college and trying his best to... show more
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Monica Murphy, the fourth and final installment in her New Adult series, the hot new contemporary romance genre featuring characters between the ages of 18 and 25 that's taking the world by storm. About to start college and trying his best to make his sister proud, Owen Maguire is stunned when his mother waltzes back into their lives four years after having abandoned them, as if she's never left. Owen doesn't want to deal with the situation, but finds his mother a burden he can't shake. He's afraid all those old bad habits of his will come back tenfold…until he meets a girl who's ready to show him how to love. Series Overview: Second Chance Boyfriend is the satisfying conclusion to Drew and Fable's story that began in One Week Girlfriend, while the last two novels will explore the lives of side characters Jen and Colin in Book #3, and Owen and Chelsea in Book #4.
Publish date: March 4th 2014
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: One Week Girlfriend (#4)
This was Owen's story and Owen's story alone. Yes we got to see Fable and Drew but it was very much his story. I really enjoyed it, there were not a lot of surprises here but the story is sweet and honest and we see Owen trying to do the right thing for so many people he does not always know how to ...
You can read my full review at Sinfully Sexy and enter to win signed paperbacks. 4 Stars! People cry, not because they’re weak. It’s because they’ve been strong for too long. ~Johnny Depp Four Years Later by Monica Murphy is the fourth and final book in her One Week Girlfriend series. This is Ow...
If you've followed the One Week Girlfriend series, than you know Fable's little brother Owen is a handful. He was a pawn in their mother's sick and twisted game to one up Fable, forcing the kid to become knowledgable in things now little kid should have to know about. We started to see things tur...