He had a way of pulling everyone into his darkness. Then, to make matters worse, he convinced you that you liked it there.
Kyle Davis—ex professional baseball player and current felon—loved Sara, his best friend. Strictly platonically, of course. He’d do absolutely anything for her, even put up with Greer, Sara’s other best friend.
What she was not was Kyle’s best friend. Or any friend at all, to be honest.
In fact, they couldn’t stand to be in the same room with each other, let alone breathe the same air for any length of time.
Then something happens, forcing the two of them to work together to keep Sara blissfully unaware of the danger Greer’s in.
They come up with a plan. Sara doesn’t need to know.
What she doesn’t know won’t hurt her.
The funny thing is, Sara knows all. Sara also knows the two of them are destined to be with each other.
She only has to convince them of it first.
Greer and Davis are so much fun!
There's slow burn romance, and then there's Lani Lynn Vale's version of slow burn romance. I mean, 10+ years of life does seem like a long, long road to togetherness, but for Greer Ortiz and Kyle Davis it happens to be just how long they need to realize that they're just right for each other, even though their other best friend, Sara, could've told them waaay before now.
As is usual with any of Lani's books, there is so much going on that you'd best not let your mind wander, or you'll be lost. Hijinks, shenanigans, possible criminal activity, SPECIAL KIND OF TWISTED has it all. There is also, though, the typical lifelong friendships, unlikely love matches, and twists and turns enough to keep you guessing until the last page. In other words, another awesome adventure, and one that I thoroughly enjoyed. If you haven't yet, jump on the Gator Bait MC train, and get cracking, because there's one story left, and it's sure to be a good one. Dive in, get comfy, and enjoy the ride! ❤️
Full of angsty banter this story just grabs you and won’t let go.
Greer and Davis have been at each other’s throats for years. For the sake of there best friend Sara they tolerate each other.
“Shut up,” I grumbled. “I really hate when you call me that name.”
When something happens to her boss he’s right there to protect her. Hate turns into something else.
The older we got, and the more she grew into herself, the more I looked.
“My eyes are up here, Fancy Pants,” he teased.
I’m so in love with all these crazy quirky characters. I just can’t get enough.