Jay Crownover is the international and multiple New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men Series, the Saints of Denver Series, the Point Series, the Breaking Point series, the Getaway series, and the Loveless, Texas Series. Her books can be found translated in many different languages all around the world. She is a tattooed, crazy-haired Colorado native who lives at the base of the Rockies with her awesome dogs. This is where she can frequently be found enjoying a cold beer and Taco Tuesdays. Jay is a self-declared music snob and outspoken book lover who is always looking for her next adventure, between the pages and on the road.
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Solomon Sanders doesn't have time to fall in love.
Until a stunning, skittish, single mother forces him to pause and recognize just how empty his busy life has become.
Ingrained in Solo's DNA to fight, he fights for what he believes is right, for the people he loves, for the traces of good in a place filled with a variety of bad. Fight for survival, so his life will quiet down and find a normal pace.
He wasn't ready for the impact his secretive, shy, obviously out of place new neighbor was going to have on him. Never in a million years was he prepared to fall head over heels for her and her young daughter.
Now, he's facing the most important, and the hardest fight he's ever fought… the battle to win Orley's damaged heart.
It was hate at first sight ...
I hated Cable James McCaffrey.
He was entitled, spoiled, a user…and an addict.
He was out of control and didn’t bother trying to hide it.
He had everything anyone could want but still seemed miserable and lost.
Every move he made, every mistake he stumbled his way through, rubbed me the wrong way. However, I couldn’t stop myself from trying to save him from himself when no one else would. In the sweltering heat of the summer, Cable taught me that having it all means nothing if you can’t have the one thing you want more than anything else.
I was obsessed with Affton Reed.
She was rigid, uptight, and no fun. There was something about her innate goodness that called to me.
She acted like she was above all the normal faults and failures that clung to the rest of us like the scent of smoke after a fire.
I was infatuated with her, but that didn’t stop me from acting like she didn’t exist.
In the scorching heat of summer, Affton taught me that there is always a way back from the brink of despair. She showed me that the trick to having it all was realizing that it was already there, in my hands. All I had to do was hold onto it.
The road to recovery is full of twists and turns no matter who is in the driver’s seat.