Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Goosebumps. Goosebumps ALL over! This book is amazing. It has EVERYTHING I love to read in one story. It has suspense and darkness with the crimes committed in the woods of Balsam Grove. It has heat and passion with the ridiculous sexual chemistry between Jax and Aurora. It has humor and sarcasm to lift you up when you feel yourself drowning in the intensity of the plot. It is such a great read. Jax is beyond hot, and I loved how manly yet sensitive his character was. K.K. Allen's description of his eyes painted such a vivid picture of him. I loved reading and learning about him. If guys like him exist in small towns in the middle of North Carolina, I need to take a road trip STAT! Seriously though, one of the most exciting books I have read all year and the twist at the end will leave you breathless. READ THIS BOOK!
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He tastes me, samples me, sucks me, until my mind is spinning and my skin feels raw to the touch. My hands continue to comb through his hair, tugging when he sucks, and scratching when he draws his tongue from my neck to my ear. He nibbles on my earlobe, sending a zing of heat coursing through my body. "Fuck, Aurora, I could get drunk off you."
It's funny how our memories latch onto the comfort of an embrace, the warmth of a smile, the tingling of affection when we find love. Those feelings are hard to part with, even when they no longer belong to us.
Her entire body is shaking, her breasts pressed into the air like she's a woman possessed, and she's crying out with a sound so guttural and filthy, I want to watch her come undone just as much as I want to continue devouring her.
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Tragedy had stripped Aurora of everything she once loved.
But now she's back in Balsam Grove, ready to face all she's kept locked away for seven years.
Or so she thinks.
Aurora doesn't expect her first collision to be with the boy she left all those years ago.
The boy who betrayed her trust with no regrets.
The boy who is no longer a boy, but a man with the same stormy eyes that swept her into his current before she ever learned to swim.
She'd thought he was safe.
He'd thought their path was mapped out.
Turns out neither of them was ready for the crash at the bottom of the cascade.