A New York Times Bestseller.
This is a full-length companion novel to the International Bestselling Phenomenon, The Fixed Trilogy. It is not meant to be read as a stand-alone. This book includes new scenes as well as a few scenes from the Fixed Trilogy in Hudson's point of view.
"I can easily divide my life into two parts—before her and after."
Hudson Pierce has led a life few others could even imagine. With money and power at his fingertips, he's wanted for almost nothing. He's never experienced love, however, and he's seen few examples of it in his dysfunctional family. The ridiculous notion of romance has always intrigued him. He's studied it, controlled it, manipulated it, and has yet to understand it.
Until he meets Alayna Withers.
Now, the games he's played in his quest for comprehension can finally come to an end. Or are they just beginning?
Told from his point of view, Hudson fills the holes in his love story with Alayna Withers. His past and relationship with his long-time friend Celia is further revealed and light is shed on his actions during his courtship with Alayna.
MUST BE READ AFTER THE FIXED TRILOGY.
Book One: FIXED ON YOU
Book Two: FOUND IN YOU
Book Three: FOREVER WITH YOU
Book Four: HUDSON
Customer ReviewsSee All
Intriguing, compelling and beautifully written
What an insightful view point from Hudson!
You’ve got to read the fixed trilogy to appreciate this book as a stand alone it may seem rushed.
Understanding the inner workings of a characters mind cannot be more compelling- we all have some darkness in us and for some of it overtakes the light- I can relate so deeply to that kind of brokenness both Hudson and Alayna experienced- but the healing is what makes this a beautiful romance.
A definite must read for all romantics at heart- not just the idealism.
I read the fixed trilogy and couldn't get enough, then I realised that there was another book but from Hudson's POV, yessss! I'm just so sad that the books are over, brilliant storyline, loved all the books. A must read! X
An interesting insight from Hudsons perspective. Really enjoyed it.