One extraordinary night. Two lives moving in opposite directions. A burning desire neither will forget.
Since her mom’s mysterious disappearance eleven years ago, Rayna has suffered from paralyzing fear, making her a prisoner in her own home. But when her best friend scores tickets to the hottest New Year’s Eve party in Los Angeles, Rayna is determined to overcome her phobia and go.
Cain isn’t looking for a serious relationship. He has too many secrets and is too much of a wanderer to settle down, so he’s not interested in anything more than a casual hookup. Then he meets Rayna. He can’t deny the electrifying way she piques his interest, but is their connection enough to tame his nomadic heart? Or will one unforgettable night be all they share?
The last thing Rayna expects when her path crosses Cain’s is for the sexy stranger to quiet her anxiety, steal her sense of reason, and compel her to take the biggest risk of her life and spend the night with him. Crazy? Yes. Reckless? Absolutely. But she’s never felt more alive and refuses to let the night end without seeing how far her newfound courage will take her, even if it means breaking all the rules.
Lightning Strikes is the free introductory novella to an epic series that will leave you on the edge of your seat guessing what happens next.
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Get ready for a lot of information in a short amount of time!
Get ready for a lot of information in a short amount of time! After fighting debilitating fears and anxieties for years after the disappearance of her mother, Rayna has decided to push herself and test her limits by going out on New Years Eve with a friend. While debating if she made the right choice, she ends up meeting Cain and the chemistry between them is through the roof. Get prepared for some insta-love and quick timing because they move from casual conversation to deep life stories pretty quickly, and from there they move to the bedroom as well. There was a decent amount from this story that frustrated me – I just really wanted more. I wish there was more background information on Rayna and her past, as well as Cain. I also wish that it didn’t feel rushed because it was a novella. I’m interested to see the full novel that comes after this novella and if it helps to resolve the questions from this one.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.