In love and life, there is no such thing as a safe secret.
For the first time in her life, Hindley Hagen has found unconditional love. As attorney and sports agent for pro athlete, Rory Gregor, she’s worked hard to help rebuild his reputation. This time, he’s won more than just a gold medal, he’s captured her heart.
Now she’s trapped, caught in the snare of a man playing a deadly game. She must choose – protect the one man who’s made her come alive or risk losing everything she’s worked hard for, including him. Hindley must learn, in love and life, there is no such thing as a safe secret.
Trust isn’t something that comes naturally to Rory Gregor. Even his achievements as a multi-gold medalist in extreme sports can’t wash away the insecurities from a childhood filled with abuse. But Hindley’s devotion to him personally and professionally has given him hope. Will his self-doubt drive her away?
As their need to protect one another grows to escalating heights with deadly consequences, will Hindley and Rory finally find the future together they deserve? Or will they discover the one thing that could destroy them both is each other?
EXTREME DEVOTION is not a stand-alone book. It is the exciting conclusion to EXTREME RISK, X-Treme Love Series, Book 1.
FIVE STARS! “A funny, heart breaking and suspense filled journey of self-discovery."
- OBSESSION IS A BOOK
**NOTE: Extreme Devotion was originally released in September 2013 under the title, My Skater Boy, X-Treme Boys Series
Read the entire X-Treme Love Series:
HINDLEY & RORY
Extreme Risk, Book 1
Extreme Devotion, Book 2
DANA & PETER
Extreme Sacrifice, Book 3
Extreme Trust, Book 4
GENEVA & BERK
Extreme Attraction, Book 5
Extreme Courage, Book 6
HINDLEY & RORY
Extreme Promise, Book 7
Extreme Gift, Novelette
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Hindley is an ok character. Honestly I think there are instances that made me like her less like her justification for stripping. And also the blame on Geneva for her incident, like I get she was hurt however she also has to take responsibility for here actions as there are ways she could have coped better. Geneva came and is taking responsibility for her part in it. I’m a way the author contradicts herself as she meaning Hindley knows she treated her mom and Paul badly but when Geneva explains herself she should although still be angry but at the same time also accept and remember that it is true.
Not only is the book at times contradicting but also the characters don’t grow or develop very well. I mean there are instances that they say they have gotten better however they go back to doubting themselves and it’s just annoying reading their insecurities every other chapter after apparent improvements. Anyway I don’t mean to say the book is bad just not for me