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Publisher Description

Addison Grant thought she had life all figured out. Attend college, land the job of her dreams and marry her high school sweetheart. Everything seemed to be falling into place or at least that's what she thought.

Having moved from Vermont to Las Vegas with her boyfriend Grayson, the last thing Addison expected was to come home one day to find all of her belongings packed up in boxes and her eight year relationship over.

Heartbroken and lost, Addison finds herself, for the first time, unsure of what the future holds. But a chance meeting with a gorgeous bartender sets her on a path she never expected.

Liam Mason isn't just your average bartender. Not only is he the most gorgeous man she has ever laid eyes on but there is also something about him that doesn't quite fit. But Addison can't put her finger on it, nor can she deny the sparks that fly between them.

As much as she tries to fight her quickly forming feelings for Liam, his constant pursuit of her makes it impossible to resist his charms.

When Addison lands a major project at work, she unknowingly sets herself up to discover that Liam is not who he says he is.

When Addison learns the truth will she be able to forgive the lies or will she be forced to walk away from the one man who has consumed her entire existence?

The first part of the three part Breathless Series. Consumed, Taken, Released.

March 16
Daft Empire
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Danger Valentine ,

I loved it

Very straightforward and you can feel the attraction between the two of them. I think it was well written and very captivating. Can’t wait for the next two!!

ARaye526 ,


Great plot idea, but the writing was terrible. I never really believed that the two main characters were that into each other and I didn't feel Addison was a strong woman. I also disliked how every time her friend Kristina was mentioned, there had to be "her tall, lean frame." We get it, her friend is tall and skinny! We don't need to read it over and over again. I also found myself skipping pages and lines; just too dull. It does end in a cliff hanger, but I won't be finishing the series.

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