I had nothing until I met the Winters Family. Vera Winters and her husband Doc took me in as one of their own, providing a safe haven from my abusive and alcoholic mother. Their two sons became my constant companions and best friends during the lowest points of my life.
Sutton, with his love of the stars and his need to constantly rescue me.
Easton, fiercely protective and loyal.
I loved them both, as they loved me.
But only one of them would have the power to completely break me.
In the end I would have to choose between them – and disrupt the perfect family who had so generously welcomed me into their lives.
Did I choose the one I might never trust again, or the one who loved me more than I could ever love him in return?
Lita T’s Review: 5 STARS
Buried in the Stars by Gretchen Tubbs. Scarlett has moved from place to place. Once people learn of her secret she and her mother have no choice but to leave and start all over again. Scarlett is now in a new neighborhood and has found herself befriended by the Winter’s family. The oldest brother Eason takes a liking to Scarlett and she has found sanctuary from her mother at their house. The brothers have discovered her secret and do whatever they can to protect Scarlett. This is their story. One girl and 2 brothers growing up together. Both brothers lover her but one brother will destroy her while the other helps her pick up the pieces. When I had the opportunity to read this book I jumped at it. I had read a previous book by this author and loved it. I was looking forward to this story. I have to say this author is one of the best storytellers I have had the experience to read. She tells a story that pulls the reader in and doesn’t let you go to the very end. I love the characters and the premise of the story. I could not get enough of this story and had a hard time putting the book down until the last page. The story was very emotional and took me through the gambit of being mad, sad, disappointed, disgusted and also happy. I look forward to reading many more books by this author. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. I give this book 5 stars.
Tanya Rae’s rating: 5 of 5 stars
Wow Gretchen Tubbs you really know how to pull out emotions from your readers. I feel so wrecked after having just finished reading Buried in the Stars. I laid on the couch holding my grandson while he slept and I cried hard. I was so worried about waking him with my crying but, I couldn’t put this book down. And, what a beautiful ending. But, I was crying again…. I loved, loved, loved this book!
Buried in the Stars is Sutton & Easton Winter’s and Scarlett Cook’s story and no this isn’t a ménage book in case you are wondering. Sutton and Easton are brothers and both fall for the same girl. Sutton rescue’s Scarlett from her abusive home life and he is her support. They all grow up together The first time that Sutton rescues Scarlett was when she was 12 and he was 14. I loved the Winter brother’s family. Mrs. Vera and Doc are Sutton and Easton’s parents. I can’t say more because I don’t do spoilers. I highly recommend this book. If I could give Buried in the Stars more than 5 STARS I would.
Buried in the Stars is available exclusively with Amazon and is on Kindle Unlimited and that is how I got this book.
Thank you Lita T. for recommending this book to me. I read Lita’s review and it just made me want to read this book! As you can tell I loved it. And, as I write this review I am still crying! I know I said this before but, I loved this book.
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About Gretchen Tubbs
Gretchen Tubbs was born and raised in Louisiana, right in the middle of a loud, crazy, big, wonderful family. She’s a wife, mom, teacher, and now writer. Books have been a passion of hers since the day she picked up a copy of Gone With the Wind and fell in love with Rhett Butler. At the urging of a persistent friend, she gave writing a try and became addicted. You can find her every morning between the hours of three and six a.m. sitting in her chaise lounge, sipping coffee, pecking away on her laptop and bringing her characters to life.
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