Silver Bush – J.B. Heller

Reviews by Yael Waknin


This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B082KBQP6F

He was my best friend. Then my lover. Until the day he became—oh hell no … my stepbrother.

My name is Tilly, and when I was seventeen I lost the love of my life because my mum and his dad did the nasty, made a baby and got hitched. It drove us apart, me into the arms of another and him as far away as he could get.

Now six years later, he shows up telling me he doesn’t care that he’s my stepbrother, that we share a sibling, or that I’m a single mum with three kids to a guy he’s always hated. He wants me back and he’s willing to prove it.

He has no idea what he’s in for… my kids are going to show him just how full on this parenting gig really is.

And I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.

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My review

This is the third book in the Awkward series that I really liked. The first book – Pink Bits – was really funny! The book that followed in the series – Blue Beaver – was also excellent (with the beautiful Elijah).

This book has a second chance trope. This book is really special and has * almost * a kind of taboo (but only almost because it is a step-brother and they became step-sibling *after* they were a couple when they were young)

Lee has always loved Tilly. They were a couple and loved each other until their parents decided to get married – her mother and his father got married.

Tilly could not think of the so-called taboo of – step-brother – and ended their relationship. To show him she was serious, she ran into the arms of someone else. Lee was broken and left the city.

Tilly’s kids were a great addition to the book! Sailor was a real sweetie—4-year-old boy with OLD SOUL – really adorable.

Lee was amazing. He loved Tilli very much when they were teenagers, yet he still loves her and even more six years later.

It’s possible to understand Tili’s dilemma and think if you would not react the same?

This book is short and sweet. The dilemma here is real, and the feelings here are strong. There are not too many dramas that break our hearts, and there is an end here that really was a great ending to this series.

Click here for an interview with the author.


**The book is also can be found as – Fertile Myrtle


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