From New York Times bestselling author Lexi Ryan comes a sexy new standalone romance about a woman torn between two men from her past, searching for missing memories that could hold the key to her future.
I’m in love with a man who tried to kill me. At least that’s what they tell me . . .
Six weeks ago, paramedics found me unconscious in my own home. Beaten. Bruised. Hardly breathing. When I woke up, I couldn’t remember the last three years or anything about my life in Jackson Harbor. They tell me my fiancé, Colton McKinley, is on the run for what he did to me. They tell me I’m safer if I stay away.
I don’t care if my memories ever come back. I want nothing to do with those missing years . . . until a sexy stranger with angry eyes shows up on my doorstep and demands I stop ignoring him.
Levi Jackson is my fiancé’s best friend, but seeing him sparks something inside me. As the truth unravels in my mind, I know they’re wrong about Colton. My own secrets are far more dangerous than the man I was engaged to.
I return to Jackson Harbor to search for answers and find myself running from a faceless boogeyman and seeking refuge in Levi’s arms. And in his bed.
I can’t deny my feelings for Levi. But as the pile of lies between us grows, I realize that sometimes the truth can’t set us free. Sometimes, it’s the very thing that can destroy us.
Dirty, Reckless Love is book 3 in The Boys of Jackson Harbor series. All books in this series can be read as standalones, but you’ll enjoy them as a series!
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I am addicted
You seriously never disappoint!! Great read:)
So far my favorite book
This is by far my favorite series of books I have ever read. Each book leaves me thriving for more and I cannot wait for the remaining of the books in this series to be out. I have pre ordered them and counting down the days until it is released!!!! I cannot wait to see what shays love story is all about.
Dirty Reckless Love
A few constructive criticisms:
1. The format of before/After
2. Ellie’s neediness and weakness, even though that was the moral of the story.....she had to find herself, but she was pathetic
I loved Levi, even though it’s unrealistic to keep pining for someone like Ellie