We fell in love on a beach, got married in paradise, and I carried her off into the sunset. It should have been perfect, but saying “I do” doesn’t guarantee a happily-ever-after.
Two years later, I barely recognize either of us behind the walls we’ve built.
It’s time to bring it full circle. Back to a tropical paradise. Back to find out if we can still make this work.
I’m not willing to give her up, but to save us, I have to risk everything.
Two damaged people.
The fight of our lives.
We might be broken, but we’re not done.
10 days. 240 hours. 14400 minutes. 864000 seconds.
Logistically speaking, that amount of time seems sufficient in order to complete the things that need to get done, but for two people who only have that amount of time to save their marriage…to tear down the walls they’ve built for self-preservation and protection, it’s not nearly enough time and that impending deadline becomes more like an albatross that weighs this husband and wife down instead of giving them the timeframe they need to make things right between them.
Nothing about Dane and Katerina Cross’ relationship is conventional…from the way they met to their “stolen weekends away” to their marriage that seems to be in name only regardless of the passion they once had for one another…both of them have chosen to live parallel lives to each other instead of ones that intersect…that allow them to say what needs to be said and prove that their number one priority is their marriage…not their job or the secrets that they haven’t shared.
10 days is all Dane and Kat have left to figure out if their love is worth saving and if they have what it takes to be honest and open with each other and see past the lies and hidden truths in order to become a real couple again, leaving their scarred pasts and tragic presents behind them.
Take Me Back is one hell of an emotional journey, not only because of what’s at stake for Dane and Kat but also because people’s past decisions have a way of shaking up their present when they least expect it and that idea causes further stress and fear in an already tenuous relationship. It’s clear from the start that nothing is typical about how Dane and Kat started out as a couple and how they continue to live together but separate lives and if they don’t find a way to bridge the “chasm” between them and do the real work that marriage requires, the disconnect that now exists between Dane and Kat will be irreparable and a marriage that really just started will no longer exist.
Meghan March continues to write intriguing and sensual stories – ones that readers can’t help but connect with and long to immerse themselves into because while the world resembles their own, it also has the advantage of using the imaginative mind of the author and the voices in her head.
4.5 Poison Apples
Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She’s also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she’s ever had. She loves hearing from her readers at firstname.lastname@example.org.