From the New York Times best-selling author of Taking Chances, From Ashes, and Stealing Harper comes the new unforgettable adult romance Molly McAdams' fans have been waiting for - the sizzling story of a young woman who must place her trust in the one man who can break through her defenses.
A night they will always remember...a connection neither can deny...a secret that could destroy it all...
When Kennedy Ryan moves to California, she never expects to come face to face with Liam Taylor - the intriguing man who has haunted her thoughts for a year. A man who led her to breaking every one of her rules for a single night of passion that ended up meaning more than it was ever supposed to. Accustomed to disastrous experiences with men, Kennedy shields herself before he can break down more of the carefully built control she's clung to for the last four years. But every time she sees Liam, she feels her resolve weakening.
Liam Taylor has been asked to help socialize his boss' nieces. But what he thinks sounds more like a babysitting job ends up leading him to the only girl who ever slipped away before morning - a girl he thought he'd never find again. And now that she's within reach, Liam's determined never to let her go.
But when a secret from her past tests their relationship, will they be able to cling to the trust Liam has worked so hard to build?
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It wasn't the first book that I read from Molly. She took me to the world of Kennedy and Liam and I really enjoyed it. This was my first audible book. It's different to listen than to read, but it used easily. Anyway, just as everybody who has read Taking Chances, I had the same scary feelings to read this book. But I liked it anyway. Kennedy and Liam's story is lovable. I enjoyed it, but not so much as TC#1. I know I must not compare the books, but somehow I just did. Chase is always in my heart. You can read Trusting Liam as a standalone and I loved to know the son of my once in a lifetime loving hot book character. Good job, Molly, because I can imagine how difficult or strange it was to write this story after all.
- miranda brink-hillers
A great conclusion to an emotional series
- Franci Neill