Recklessly Devoted by @AuthorEmilyBowie will be releasing on April 11, 2018!
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Genre: Enemies To Lovers Romance
Release: April 11, 2018
Cover created by Jersey Girl Designs
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This is a Romantic Suspense and is told from both characters POV.
This is the third and final book of the Bennett Brothers Series, can be read as a standalone.
For one night of fun I kissed a man whose name I never cared to know. I pushed down all of the rules I had in place for myself with this one act of selfishness. No one had to know, and I could lie to myself that it never happened. People don’t remember tourists, and neither should I. It’s not like he was marriage material anyway.
No one is more surprised than me when a year goes by and that tourist becomes my freakishly hot, annoying, cocky neighbor who looks at me like a predator stalking his prey.
He is everything I was told to never go for, yet I can’t escape this feeling of being drawn to him.
After surviving a military accident, my entire future is in shambles, the only life I’ve ever known ripped from me. Attempting to run from my ego, I find myself in the small town of Three Rivers, where I can forget my problems and annoy my two younger brothers. Misery loves company, right?
It doesn’t take long for my sights to narrow in on an incredibly sexy blonde. The problem is she looks at me like she wants to squish me like a bug.
As shocking twists and deadly truths spiral out of control, I am forced to fight for the people who matter most in my life.
Rules are broken, hearts are trampled, and the lies that hold everything perfectly in place are torn down.
This is book three in the Bennett Brothers Series, it is told in dual POV, and has a HEA. Since characters do play recurring roles, reading book one (Recklessly Mine) and book two (Recklessly Forbidden) in the series, is recommended; however, it can be read as a standalone.
WARNING: Due to mature subject matter, such as explicit sexual situations and coarse language, this story is not suitable for anyone under the age of eighteen.