Kane (Cooper Construction, #2) by Jen Davis
Series: Cooper Construction, #2
Author: Jen Davis
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: February 26, 2019
I know how it feels to lose everything—to watch my world crash down around me, unable to do shit about it. I was a broken man when the Skulls took me in. They helped me pick up the pieces, became my family, earned my loyalty.
Then my past storms back into my life—and onto my worksite—with spiky heels and an attitude to match. Amanda doesn’t just own the company. She owns my heart.
She’ll always own it. Even though her betrayal sent me into hell in the first place
But being together now is not as simple as it was back then. We’ve both changed. After thirteen years, we’re worlds apart. I don’t belong in her world, and she wants nothing to do with mine.
Problem is, I don’t think I can let her walk away from me…not again.
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“I can’t go back and unlearn the lessons these years have taught me. I’m not sure I would if I could.”
Jen Davis, prepare to be stalked by your new fangirl. I accidentally discovered you, and now I’ll be keeping an eye out for whatever word wizardry you have planned for your readers next. I don’t see a Goodreads listing for next in the series, but there are more amazing characters at Cooper Construction so I’m sure you have more goodness planned for us. I’m especially giddy with excitement over Xander. I can’t wait! Squeee!
Kane is the badass biker with the broken heart. I met him while reading Brick and when Amanda showed up at their job site I realized the chemistry between them had not died over the last decade. It drove me crazy wondering what the hell happened between them. It was very obvious that it was painful and still very present, but so was their feelings for each other.
After reading two books by this author she has proven to me that she doesn’t pull her punches. She lets her characters take us to the dark side and makes us squirm as we worry and wait to see if they will make it out alive. And, she doesn’t pull the passion either. Nope, your Kindle might fog up while reading because it gets steamy. I’m addicted and ready for my next fix. The line forms here…