Two of them want her, but one wants his revenge.
Jealousy runs deep in this steamy, romantic suspense novel by NYT and USA Today best-selling author, L.P. Dover. Find out what happens in the highly anticipated conclusion to Ryley's story.
UFC Middleweight fighter Ryley Jameson swore it would never happen again. He was done with his ex, and over the pain she'd inflicted when she left him. At least that's what he tells people. Maybe if he says it enough, he'll begin to believe it himself.
Regretting her decision to let Ryley go, Ashleigh Warren comes back into town and confronts him. Holding only one secret back, she puts the rest on the line and asks for a second chance. Too bad he's not going to let her off easy.
Camden Jameson loves his twin brother, but his jealousy runs deep. They may be identical in looks, but that's where the similarities end. When Ashleigh comes back into Ryley's life, Camden has the perfect opportunity for revenge. Two birds, one stone. A journey to the dark side effects them all, but only one will truly get their revenge. Only one will come out on top.
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Drama-filled, Second Chance Love Story!
- Cheri "Addicted to Audiobooks! Whispersync Deals! The Romance Genre! And Discovering New Authors and Narrators!"
Too Sweet Romance, Too Little Depth.
Maybe I needed to read the previous books but I received a free copy for review from Auduibooks Boom. I don't see how reading 1, 2, or 3 could change the depth of the characters or emotions. It was a sweet enough romance but just icing sweet. There wasn't a two layer cake beneath it. I love a HEA ending but not enough obstacles in their path made me expect it. The lack of research about genetics makes the ending more like a fairy tale than a modern romance.
There were a few grammatical errors that caused me to pause but overall, it was well written. I have returned books when they couldn't hold my attention and this one grabbed it in the beginning and held it enough to listen to the end. That is saying something.
- sheryl beauchemin "Say something about yourself!"