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Publisher Description

The New York Times and USA Today bestselling Marked Men series continues with this sizzling, sexy story of love, heartbreak, fate, and second chances.

After the only girl he ever loved told him that he would never be enough, Rowdy St. James knocked the Texas dust off his boots and set out to live up to his nickname. A good ol’ boy looking for good times and good friends, Rowdy refuses to take anything too seriously, especially when it comes to the opposite sex. Burned by love once, he isn’t going to let himself trust a woman again. But that’s before his new co-worker arrives, a ghost from the past who’s suddenly making him question every lesson he ever learned.

Salem Cruz grew up in a house with too many rules and too little fun—a world of unhappiness she couldn’t wait to forget. But one nice thing from childhood has stayed with her; the memory of the sweet, blue-eyed boy next door who’d been head over heels in love with her little sister.

Now, fate and an old friend have brought her and Rowdy together, and Salem is determined to show him that once upon a time he picked the wrong sister. A mission that is working perfectly—until the one person that ties them together appears, threatening to tear them apart for good.

October 21
William Morrow Paperbacks

Customer Reviews

mak115 ,

The best one...

Loved Rowdy by far the best book of the series because it has my favorite heroine named Salem Cruz. Jay Crownover has become one of my favorite writers and her Marked men series has not disappointed! Looking forward to Asa's story.

steph_rae ,


By far my least favorite installment. Not much meat to this story with the lack of the rest of the cast. This group has played a big part in each of the stories, with this they were an occasional mention. Rowdy and Salem lacked chemistry.

Annmric8 ,

The cover is more amazing than the story. It was okay.

Once again this story will never measure up to Rule. That by far the best story in the marked men series. This story tended to tie all loose ends for all the previous books. It seemed that only half the story was actually about Rowdy and the other half about everyone else. More people are introduced and accepted into there family. Overall, it was okay. Nothing too exciting stands out in this one.

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