The next thrilling and sexy book in the MARKED MEN series
Cora Lewis is a whole lot of fun, and she knows how to
keep her tattooed bad boy friends in line. But all that flash
and sass hide the fact that she never got over the way
her first love broke her heart. Now she has a plan to make
sure that never happens again: she’s only going to fall in love
with someone perfect.
Rome Archer is as far from perfect as a man can be. He’s
stubborn and rigid, he’s bossy and has come back from his
final tour of duty fundamentally broken. Rome’s used to filling
a role: big brother, doting son, super soldier; and now
none of these fit anymore. Now he’s just a man trying to
figure out what to do with the rest of his life while keeping
the demons of war and loss at bay. He would have been glad
to suffer it alone, until Cora comes sweeping into his life and
becomes the only colour on his bleak horizon.
Perfect isn’t in the cards for these two, but imperfect
might just last forever…
Praise for Jay Crownover:
‘A wildly addicting read!’ Cora Carmack, New York Times bestselling author of Losing It
‘Deliciously real, raw, and romantic. Jay Crownover is amazing!’ Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author
‘The characters of Crownover's Marked Men series are all outlandishly colorful and irresistibly passionate, while still being so genuine that their stories become unforgettable’ RT BOOK REVIEWS
About the author
Jay Crownover is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Marked Men and Welcome to the Point series. Like her characters, she is a big fan of tattoos. She loves music and wishes she could be a rock star, but since she has no aptitude for singing or instrument playing, she’ll settle for writing stories with interesting characters and make the reader feel something. She lives in Colorado with her three dogs.
Loved it ❤️
Oh my.....after my slight disappointment with Jet, Jay's back with Rome Archer, and. WOW! Got to say, I loved this book. I have loved Cora, our little punk rock pixie, since book 1, Rome too to some extent. So yes, this book I loved. Well written (as I have come to expect from Jay Crownover), and a wonderful storyline. How do writers keep coming up with these ideas? I'm in awe of them. Can't wait to see what happens with Nash.
I loved the previous two books; "Rule" and "jet". I was a little disappointed with this one. I was still a good book nonetheless, but compared with her previous ones it was a little down hill. I hope she continues their story in the next book. Also can't wait for Nash's story.
It was a good book. Rome is definitely a hot mess that any woman would just love to fix. Cora reminds me of myself lol. Its just that the ending I think is a bit cut short. There wasn't any closure to their story unless it continues onto another book? The ending seemed like an intro to Nash's story.