(Royal Bastards MC: Royal Sons CA). She was the good girl who desired the bad boy. He left the small town that tried to kill him to become someone better. Life don’t always turn out the way you’d planned but these two will need more than grit to survive when fate...
Coming June 23rd.
(Promise Me Book 1)
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Carrie Ann Ryan comes a sexy new contemporary stand-alone series.
Hazel Noble has survived horrors she wouldn’t inflict on her worst enemy. Since then, she’s healed, found herself, and connected with a group of women she’s proud to call her friends. However, when they make a pact to start looking for love, Hazel finds herself not only up first but also forced to face a past she thought she’d escaped.
Cross Brady has no need for a relationship. As the oldest of five, he’s always been the one his family can rely on. Now, all he wants is to work in peace and live his life. His priorities shift dramatically, though, when Cross finds himself in Hazel’s path.
Though the two initially fight their connection, they soon learn that it’s safer to fall for each other than keep running from what’s holding them back—not to mention, who wants them dead.
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“I’d say you should join me, but that would be weird, right?”
I had no idea why I’d said that.
Cross tilted his head and looked at me. When the waitress came and asked for his drink order, he looked up at her for a second and then directed his gaze back to me.
“I’d love a beer if you have any,” Cross said.
“We have over two dozen on tap.”
“A lager. You choose. And thank you.”
The waitress went off, probably a little sad that Cross hadn’t even truly looked at her. And then I wondered what the hell I was getting myself into.
“So, I take it you’re staying?” I asked bravely.
“Why not? This is a fun new story, right?”
His words echoed the man’s from the other day, and I swallowed hard. “Maybe.”
“What did I say?” Cross asked, leaning forward.
“No, tell me.”
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