New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover brings heat and heart to Liliana Hart’s MacKenzie family with AVENGED…
Girl meets boy…
On the worst night of her life when she’s decided to take a drastic step that there is no going back from.
Girl is used to sitting by, letting fate deal cruel hand after cruel hand to good people with soft hearts and she’s had enough.
Girl thinks it’s time to fight back against fate and against men who aren’t careful with all the precious things a woman in love has to give him.
Fate shows girl who’s boss and turns her world and plans upside down without breaking a sweat.
Boy meets girl…
On the best night of his life when he’s decided that he’s going to make moves to be the man he was always meant to be instead of the man he was trained and conditioned to be.
Boy is used to a solitary life, quiet in the woods and knowing the only thing that might be looking for him is trouble and trouble is no longer his stock in trade.
Boy thinks it’s time to show trouble who’s boss, even if this trouble has big blue eyes and a body made to make men stupid. Trouble only gets the upper hand if the boy falls prey to its temptation.
Trouble turns the boy’s quiet, serene life sideways without any effort.
Trouble is fun and fate has a wicked sense of humor when it comes to this boy meeting this girl.
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A must for all Jay Crownover fans
Well, I've read and loved all Jay Crownover's published novels, I can't say the same goes for Liliana Hart, but that changes now. I need those MacKenzie boys in my life. Surrender here I come. Now back to Avenged and Benny and Echo, two characters introduced to us in Jay's previous series'. Benny is hidden in Montana in the witness protection programme and Echo is looking for a guy called MacKenzie from Surrender, Montana, needing to find him, needing to find someone to blame for her sister's death. During a severe storm Echo literally crashes down the mountain and into the arms of Benny who takes her back to his cabin and nurses her back to health until help can get through. They spend an intense couple of days holed up together in Benny's little cabin in the middle of nowhere. When they part ways it is with the hope that they find each other again. What is there to say? I loved Benny, so much. I loved Echo so so much. Jay has a way of writing characters that are so flawed in a way that makes you fall in love with them. I loved the dual POV, I loved the story, the glimpses into all my favourite characters from previous books. I just loved.