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THE AGES OF LOVE
NICOLE HAYDEN
ISBN: Unavailable
August 2010
Whispers Publishing
http://www.whispershome.com
EBook
$7.95
436 Pages
Contemporary
Rating: 5 Cups

Taylor Wilson is twenty-nine and a high school English teacher. She is also best friends with Brenda Brody.

Josh Brody is twenty-three and was one of Taylor’s former students. He has had a crush on her since he was a senior in high school.

When a horrendous tornado rips through Tallon, Taylor and Josh find themselves locked in her cellar and spend an amazing night of passion together. The next day Taylor informs Josh that nothing can come of their night together and both leave town with broken hearts. Five years has now passed since that amazing night and both have come back to Tallon to stay, bringing along their significant others. When they meet up again they realize they have many unresolved issues, some of which are secrets that have been kept for five long years. But someone does not want Taylor and Josh to get back together, and they will stop at nothing to make sure they never learn the truth, even if it means death for one of them.

The Ages of Love is a beautiful and soulful book full of emotions, pulled heartstrings, passion, and a second chance at love. The cellar scenes especially were amazing, leaving me feeling as if each touch, breath, whisper, and sigh was one huge scenario of foreplay. The emotional rollercoaster that Josh and Taylor go through leaves the reader aching for all they have suffered and are suffering. The yearning each feel for the other and the unrequited love give this already great book a sensational feel. I can only hope that there will be a story in the future about Trent, as I found him to be a fantastic supportive character. The outstanding characters, heavy plotlines, twists and turns, an atrocious villain, and hot passion make Ms. Hayden one very talented author!

Danielle
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