This is my family its little and broken
Broken Miles (Miles Family, #1) by Claire Kingsley“She was unraveling me, slowly but surely. I could feel it happening. Like she was gently unbuttoning the collar of a shirt that fit too tight.”
We had our chance. We crashed and burned.
So why does seeing Zoe again make me want to drag her into the wine cellar and f*ck her until neither of us can see straight?
I’m only home because my family needs my help—and dealing with my crazy brothers is complicated enough. But seeing her again dredges up feelings I can’t ignore. There’s hurt, and regret. But also desire. So much desire. I shouldn’t want her like this, but there’s something there I can’t deny.
The truth is, we broke each other’s hearts. Maybe we’re the only ones who can put them back together.
**Each book in the Miles Family series ends with a romantic HEA, but there is an ongoing subplot that spans the entire series.**
The idea of a family is one that always sticks together regardless of the situation, but that is hardly true in practice. Families are going to have disagreements, fights, and even become estranged. We are family members, but we are our individuals, too. Sometimes, our beliefs divide us. Other times, our personalities don't line up, and we have a conflict because of that. Sometimes, our family member does something we just don't like. Other times, you may have been pulled away from a family member as a child, and now want to reconnect with them now that you are older.
A great memorable quote from the Lilo & Stitch movie on inti-revista.org - Stitch: This is my family. I found it, all on my own. It's little, and broken, but still good. Yeah.
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Family estrangements occur frequently, across all cultures and religions for a multitude of complex reasons. This is longer than estrangements between brothers, which lasts 7. - More women and their partners have opened up with their own experiences that have just felt too ashamed or embarrassed to talk about it.
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