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Trusting Stone by [Sinclaire, Alexa]
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~Editor's Pick~

Eden Walker used to be a good girl. She followed the rules, obeyed her parents, and reaped the benefits. Until the night one wrong step showed her that all that glitter is not gold. Now she’s starting over, trying to do things on her own terms, and find the passion she’s only dreamt about.

Sebastian Stone never expected to find love. His past is too painful for him to imagine letting someone in enough to love. He’s happy focusing on his security company, and he’s happy with his one-night-stands. Until he bumps into Eden, a blast from his past.

Sebastian makes Eden realize she’s still scared to follow the passion she knows is missing from her life. Eden is the woman for him, but can Sebastian convince Eden to follow her dreams all the way through? Or will circumstances beyond her control pull them apart?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1306 KB
  • Print Length: 251 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evernight Publishing (Nov. 18 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0186SCLWW
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9c2a62ac) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
HASH(0x9d601330) out of 5 stars The Past vs. The Future Nov. 24 2015
By Julianne Knutson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
“Trusting Stone” was an interesting story for me to read. I had a bit of a tug-a-war with myself because at certain points of the story I lost interest and other times I was completely consumed by the story unfolding before my eyes. 

Sebastian Stone had an ugly past. A past that he could never out run because his father was always right there in the headlines…literally. Once again his father was on the top page of the newspaper, a new woman on his arms. His father was in love with love, but never managed to stick with the same woman long enough for the relationship to unravel. 

For Sebastian he made sure that the woman he was with knew that their time was limited. Never to expect more than what he was willing to give them.  But now he’s willing to give more…for the right one.

Eden Walker was the ultimate good girl. Always following what her parents expected of her without question until one night, the night she stepped on the wild side. Now she knows that not everything is glamorous as it seems. As Eden starts to rebuild a new life away from her family she relapses when a past memory steals her night of fun, but when a stranger comforts her until the panic attack dissolves, her savior isn’t a stranger at all, but a childhood acquaintance. 

As Sebastian takes interest in Eden, she isn’t sure if she can let go without letting the past get the best of her. Can Sebastian really be trustworthy or will he just break Eden’s heart before she even realizes he possessed it all along? 

Control is what both of them crave, but only one can truly hold that kind of power. 

As I said before the story was interesting to me, but a times I lost sight of the story. I’m not sure if it was because I didn’t invest as much as I usually do or if my concentration was interrupted too many times. All I know for sure is that the writing, storyline and speed were impeccable. No errors were made and the story simply glided by. 

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HASH(0xa34c375c) out of 5 stars Amazing read! Dec 26 2015
By Katherine DiLauro - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved this book! Eden has had a very hard life. With her parents not really being parents and then they don't believe her when she has gone through a traumatic experience with an almost rape. She has Jouquim to help her through it. She has kept his at arms length because she doesn't have romantic feelings for him. After her near rape she leaves college and goes to Edinburgh. When there she meets Mara who becomes her best friend. Mara is a firecracker and you can't help but love her. One night Eden goes out to a club with a group of privileged American students. She has a panic attack and runs into Sebastian. She knows who he is but can't put her finger on it.
Sebastian has had a troubled life full of pain, sorrow, and abandonment from his father. He never thought he would find love. Then come Eden. Sebastian is definitely a domineering alpha male that wants to protect Eden as much as possbile. He wants what's best for her and will go out of his way to make that happen.
Eden and Sebastian have a tough start to their relationship but it all ends up a happily ever after. I was so upset with what happened with Jouquim at the end of the book because Eden never deserved what he did to her. Thank god for Seb. If I were Eden I would have gotten rid of her parents at the very beginning. They weren't parents and don't deserve a great daughter like her. I want another book to come out with them. I need to know what happens to them in the future!
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HASH(0x9bc99bb8) out of 5 stars Stone is a whole lot of alpha Jan. 19 2016
By Great things are love. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Eden was a great "good girl" and leaving was the best thing she could have done for herself. She found the real person she wanted to be. With the company of her best friend she is able to grow in a way she wouldn't have otherwise if she remained under her parent's roof.

Sebastian has had a harsh life too and only grew stronger and goes straight for what he wants.

Meeting Eden and making her his is all it takes for the two to share something beautiful. Though it is not an easy relationship Eden is protected, loved, and is also able to find her independence.

Eden's past comes back in sooo many ways to hit her in the face and is lucky to have Sebastian catch her when she falls. Almost calling it quits just about ruins Eden and then the evil she's put behind her resurfaces. Then is she really where she belongs in the arms of Sebastian. There is lots of alpha in this story and quite enjoyable.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. @naughtybeautiesbb

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