Stand-alone Book Two (Intentional Series)
I don't want to hear about how happy she is, how everything turned out just the way it should have. Well, it didn't. She should have been with me.
The sequel to Intentional, the debut romantic novel by MK Harkins, Unintentional is the heart-racing new work that follows the tangled thread of Cade in the aftermath of his heartbreak in losing the one woman he thought was his soul mate. After taking a hiatus from his job as an engineer, as well as his role in the band as lead singer, Cade reemerges in the Seattle music scene.
Enter Laurel, the tenacious and determined music agent. Laurel is determined to sign him, no matter how clearly reluctant he is. Though they try to resist one another romantically, the magnetism is as immediate as it is powerful.
Cade has every reason to steer clear of commitment and train his soulful eyes, heart-melting dimples, and sexy voice on every beauty competing for his attention. So why does he find himself truly, deeply, and unintentionally fixated on the one woman who is not so easily swept away?
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Unintentional (Intentional Series Book 2) by MK Harkins
LOVED LOVED LOVED it!! I jumped into this book right after reading Intentional, which I loved, I think I might have actually liked this one even more if that's possible. Again, a unique storyline that spreads over time and actually picks up right at the end of the first book.
I fell in love with the main character of this book in the second half of the first book and was so happy to see him get his own story. Not going to give any names because it will kind of be a spoiler for what happened in Intentional.
Again the flow was awesome and I read it in a very short time because I just couldn't put it down. I love the way this author places perfectly little twists and turns that have you wondering what is happening, and thinking you have it figured out when in fact your way off base.
I loved the friendship bonds in this story and I think Sophie was one of my favorite characters and hope that somewhere along the line she will get her own story, it seems that could go many different directions.
This author has become a favorite and I will be watching for anything she comes up with next.