From New York Times bestselling author E.M. Gayle comes a steamy new duet dedicated to Gabe and Nina and their explosive relationship.
She needs to remember the past and he knows just the thing to help her.
The moment her brother told her she killed their father Nina couldn’t breathe. The second Gabe looked at her unsure she wanted to die. Nina had always known a chunk of her life was missing, now she knows why. Her brothers have been keeping her secrets for more than a decade. And Gabe, the man she’s WANTED for as long as she can remember, demands answers she doesn’t have. The kind of answers once known will never be forgotten or forgiven.
Gabe has waited a long time for Nina to come around. Her disdain for his lifestyle seemed like a barrier between them that couldn’t be broken. Until secrets more explosive than he expected changed everything, leaving the woman he NEEDS on the verge of a breakdown. He’s done waiting and he’ll do anything, even sacrifice everything he has to save HER.
Gabe's Obsession is book one of this Purgatory Masters Duet, but don't worry, you won't have to wait long for the conclusion! Gabe and Nina's story will conclude in Gabe's Reckoning coming soon.
Can't wait to hear more about what might happen next? Head over to Eliza's website at emgayle.com and discover what inspired this 2 book duet.
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Enjoying this story....
I read the first three books in this series awhile ago and really enjoyed them. Like I said, it's been awhile and when I stumbled upon Gabe and Nina's story, I was ecstatic! It wasn't hard to catch up on the storyline either. As I was reading, it all started flowing back as the author throws bits and pieces in perfectly. This story has mystery, intrigue, angst and the perfect amount of hotness. Now on to Gabe's Reckoning.. Can't wait to read what happens next!
Waited soo long for this book and to find out it has a cliffhanger for part 2!
Sorry I wasted my money on this LONG awaited book. I don't like to be forced to buy another book to find the end of the story. The first half of the book could have pretty much been skipped as the story didn't start until almost the end of the book. Won't read any more of this author.. trying to make more money by leaving the story in the middle, with no warning is a cheap shot.