He's dealing with a haunted past of crime and war.
She's trying to stay clean and walk a straight path.
Is the chemistry storming between them enough to keep them together?
I did my time, both on the streets and in the Marines Corps. Now that I'm out, I'm feeling sort of lost. I need to find a job and get past this disability the ugliness of war has left me with. The only thing that makes me feel grounded and stable is Talia Logan. She's a red-haired breath of fresh air when I feel like I'm drowning in nightmares and responsibilities. So why can't I just commit to her – make her mine? Because I'm jacked up and no good for anyone. Especially her.
The only part of my past I'm proud of is how I beat the addiction that almost killed me. I'm on the right path to a clean life, a college degree, and new friends. Ellis Anderson keeps coming over to worship my body and whisper sweet things in my ear that keep me hanging onto him. But he's bad for me. A guy with too many demons that I don't have the time or energy to deal with. So why can't I just tell him to get out of my life? Because I've traded one addiction for another, that's why.
Antihero is an Imperfect Heroes Novella. For readers 18+.
Antihero (Imperfect Heroes 0.5)
Above Protection (Imperfect Heroes 1)
Beneath Broken (Imperfect Heroes 2)
Each book can be read as a standalone, however, this is the recommended reading order.
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Do some math
Typical love story fraught with angst. Would recommend better timing with the age of the characters. Seventeen years old plus eight years in the military doesn't equal twenty five.