The irresistible, blazing-hot sequel to New York Times bestselling author Molly McAdams's Forgiving Lies.
Rachel is supposed to be planning her wedding to Kash, the love of her life. After the crazy year they've had, she's ready to settle down and live a completely normal life. Well, as normal as it can be. But there's something else waiting—something threatening to tear them apart.
Kash is ready for it all with Rach. Especially if all includes having a football team of babies with his future wife. With his line of work, he knows how short life can be, and doesn't want to waste another minute of theirs. But now his past as an undercover narcotics agent has come back to haunt him ... and it's the girl he loves who's caught in the middle.
Trent Cruz's orders are clear: take the girl. But there's something about this girl that has him changing the rules and playing a dangerous game to keep her safe. When his time as Rachel's protector runs out, he will turn his back on the only life he's known, and risk everything, if it means getting her out alive.
Published March 4th 2014
Current GoodReads Rating: 4.34 stars
This was just as intense as the last book. I thought "Taylor's" role was pretty off for a typical love story, but I guess that's why I keep reading Molly McAdams' books. I liked how they included Taylor positively in the happy ending. At a point I really wasn't sure if Rachel was really going to stray in that direction or stay on course. You don't know what to expect in her books which keeps me interested. The book lasted longer than it needed too, but no one can complain about the feeling that she left us hanging at the end. This reminds me of Lori Foster books which I love so I can't complain about this one either. It's got hope, romance, lust, action and adventure. Still not positive on which was the deceiving lie that it was based upon. I thought it might end up being the kiss but he witnessed it and she confessed to it so no lying involved there. Good story nonetheless. I gave this book five stars.
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