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Publisher Description

Willpower is overrated.
Manhattan's most eligible bachelor, Kyle Hunter, is a Marine Corps vet, the son of a US Senator and the prodigal heir of American corporate royalty. He's rich, smart and a notorious flirt. Kyle Hunter is also in love with his best friend. So why did he tell Manny they could never see each other again?

Manny Tescadero isn't about to be hurt twice. He's lost a lot and if there's one thing he learned in Afghanistan, it's to defend yourself and those who need you at all costs. When Rebecca Sinclair lands on his doorstep, his honor won't let him turn her away. His heart won't let him pretend there isn't more to it than a soldier's code. But new love interests aren't part of the mission plan; not when he's still in love with someone else.

Rebecca Sinclair has never been good at letting loose. As a librarian she has her dream job and a new start with an amazing apartment in the city that never sleeps. She thought she was happy until everything she's worked for is gone in a flash. Turns out having it all may just mean something else entirely. 

There are a mountain of reasons why they shouldn't be together and not one stands a chance of keeping them apart

June 2
Alyssa Turner
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

JJTHoltz ,

Love without reservations

The heart and soul that Alyssa Turner puts into her books makes my heart sing! The romance between Kyle, Manny and Rebecca isn’t all sunshine and rainbows; they have heaps of public scrutiny and familial disapproval to overcome before they get their happily ever after. I particularly liked the Easter egg at the end, with the tie in to Polished and Swept.

seamesright ,

Terrific Triad Tale

I adore books about two men and one woman having an equal relationship, but finding books about that that are well written and not just an excuse for sex scenes are few and far between. I am very glad that I read this book as an ARC and have been introduced to Alyssa Turner’s work. This is a terrific book about the complexities of relationships how ever many people are in it. It also goes way beyond the three people in the main relationship and explores other types of relationships that happen in almost everyone’s life. This is a great read and I recommend it to people who like reading about this type of genre.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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