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Forget Me Not Charity Anthology Supporting Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Recommended for adult readers only due to adult Rattled The MOBI #224 languag. Please don t read this in a setting where you have to keep uiet I wanted to cry so many times because while I have never had to put a baby up for adoption I could feel Kelsey s pain and sadness radiating off of my kindleThis was an AWESOME book and I m looking forward to diving into Book 2 tonight

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Rattled The Baxter Boys #1

She enters the tattoo Baxter Boys Kindle #212 shop with an envelope full of memories and a heart filled with longing What she leaves with is than she d. Rattled by Jane Charles is a beautiful story about a mother s love and selfless sacrifice Through the story a man learns to let go of the pain and resentment that s colored his life and opinions

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Reamed of and it just might be the first step to healing the wounds of the past Rattled is a short story and was originally published in the anthology. I originally read this story as part of the Forget Me Not anthology about tattoo artists auditioning to become the newest artist at The Reed Brothers shop and reality show In this story Kelsey and Alex meet again They had been in High School together at the Baxter Academy of Arts During that time Kelsey had been pregnant and gave her baby up for adoption Alex gave her a hard time about her decision and made her life a living hell Now would she put her skin into his hands and trust him with the most important tattoo of her lifeKelsy pulls out an envelope filled with remembrances of the little girl she gave away As she explains her decision of giving up her baby for adoption for the sake of the baby Alex begins to see another side of the picture His opinions had been clouded by the fact that his mother


10 thoughts on “Rattled The Baxter Boys #1

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    I received a free copy for an honest reviewThis is only a short novella but certainly packs a punch very intense moving Kelsey Alex both attended Baxter’s Academy of Art where they didn’t like each otherKelsey finally has the money to ha

  3. says:

    Rattled by Jane Charles is a beautiful story about a mother's love and selfless sacrifice Through the story a man learns to let go of the pain and resentment that's colored his life and opinions

  4. says:

    When I read the dedication I know this story is going to be amazing A story for all of the mothers in the worldRattled perfectly conveys the emotion a mother had gone through in making a decision for her child It w

  5. says:

    This is a very intense short story with a lot of emotion and drama packed into a short time frame I guess I would call this New Adult since it focuses on characters in their early to mid twenties The first person viewpoint makes everything immediate and personalKelsey has finally gotten up the courage and the money to get

  6. says:

    I originally read this story as part of the Forget Me Not anthology about tattoo artists auditioning to become the newest artist at The Reed Brothers shop and reality show In this story Kelsey and Alex meet again They had been in High School together at the Baxter Academy of Arts During that time Kelsey had been pregnant and gave her baby up for adoption Alex gave her a hard time about her decision and made her life a living hel

  7. says:

    Touching emotional story Rattled is a beautiful ugly cry And let me just say I can't wait to read the rest of this story in Still R

  8. says:

    Please don't read this in a setting where you have to keep uiet I wanted to cry so many times because while I have never had to put a baby up for adoption I could feel Kelsey's pain and sadness radiating off of my kindleThis was an AWESOME book and I'm looking forward to diving into Book #2 tonight

  9. says:

    True experience of someone that went through what the people in the book wentthroughI liked this book because at the age of eight months old I was put into dcfs I was eventually adopted with my brother at the age of five Then at sixteen years old I got placed back into dcfs I really like books that relate to me or my past or even my story

  10. says:

    Thank you You out in in such wonderful termsThis story is as old as time yet as new as the dawn of each day I figured this is a whole series and I have a lot of catching to do in the Baxter's series I am going to have a lot of tears 😢 and smiles 😃

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