Monday, August 29, 2016

Thick Love


He doesn’t ask their names.

He doesn’t deserve to know them.

Ransom Riley Hale's friends think his life is charmed: first string as a freshman on a championship-winning college football team. A father with two Super Bowl rings. A mother with platinum albums and multiple Grammies under her belt. But that brilliant shine on the surface hides the darkness beneath; it's all Ransom has ever known.

Despite the shadows he walked in, once there was a blinding light fracturing the darkness. It brought the promise of hope and happiness. He’d been careless, filled with pride and stupidity and lost that light. Ripped it from the world. 

Now, the shadows are dimming again. Aly King surges into his life threatening to pull him from the darkness. She is everything Ransom can never be again. Her light feels too warm, promises him that there is more waiting for him beyond the shadows. 

But the shadows are relentless, resurfacing when he thinks he is safe, and Ransom knows he must keep Aly from them too before he pulls her down into the darkness with him.


Ransom is a beautiful tortured soul with the weight of the world on his shoulders. It wasn't always like that but tragedy will do that to a person. Aly has had feelings for Ransom for a long time but she has always been invisible to him. Now she is in his inner circle and he sees her for all the beauty that she possesses. Aly slowly chips away at Ransom's hard exterior but it's a rough road she has chosen to take. It takes time and patience to get past all the baggage but Aly finally breaks through and it's worth the reward. Things seem to be on the right road until you read the epilogue that's when you get your heart a little broken. A few hot steamy sex scenes. The ending will want you grabbing the next book Thick & Thin Love. 


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