Then Came Alexandra (Southern Love #1) - E. L. Todd

Then Came Alexandra (Southern Love #1)

By E. L. Todd

  • Release Date: 2014-07-18
  • Genre: Erotic Romance
4 Score: 4 (From 178 Ratings)


**This full-length novel is the first in the Southern Love Series


"You’re everything to me. More than everything."


After a horrific accident working as a nurse in the emergency room, Cassandra becomes reclusive to the world around her. Unable to be speak or function, she pushes away her boyfriend, Paul, of two years. Her distance causes him to spend time with someone else…the betrayal causes her to pack her bags and leave everything behind. She doesn’t know what comfort she’ll find in Savannah, Georgia, but she flees anyway.


After inheriting the most lucrative cotton field in the south, Blaise has to become a man early in life. He spends his nights with different girls, knowing they are after his money and his special abilities in the bedroom, but he makes a serious mistake with Danielle. Now she lives with him and he guards a secret that he promises to keep…even though that secret is destroying his life. When Cassandra comes into town, her smile and compassion evident, Blaise wants her, and not just in a physical way. Unable to keep his distance, he falls for her, not knowing how long he can keep his secret…


  • You can't stop

    By jessicaroseholmes
    It's heart warming tear jerking roller coaster
  • won’t buy the next 2 in series

    By vtHAD
    I won’t read the other 2 books to finish this story. I enjoy reading about smart H/h not immature and indecisive ones. I was frustrated with both of them in this regard. It is an ok. read for a free book, but not worth $9 to find out how it ‘ends’.
  • A bit lacking

    By Mezly1982
    Firstly this is an installment series. It leaves you hanging. Even so, I didn't particularly care for this book. The storyline was ok but it still felt as thought it was missing something. The main character seems a bit immature and not as like-able as the other characters make her out to be. Not one loose end got wrapped up in this book and I still will not be purchasing the second.