ONE BLISSFUL NIGHT (West Sisters #3) by A.M. Hargrove
Release Date: January 6th
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“Promise you won’t break my heart, Brax.”
He promised. I believed. Brax Kent was a liar. He shattered every possible piece of me.
Several years passed before I got through an entire day without shedding a tear. My existence was hollow, empty, bleak. Hate was the only thing that pushed me through the day.
Seven years later, who turns up to be my next door neighbor? The man I despise with every ounce of my being.
And now he wants me back. With flowery words and sworn oaths full of apologies, he begs. Can this man who ruined me be trusted? Only his obstinance, persistence, and beautiful face weaken my resolve.
And I stupidly expose my heart as he wedges himself inside, bit by bit. Surrendering completely may mean absolute love, or absolute destruction.
The choice is mine. Cross the line in the sand, or stay in my safe zone.
*One Blissful Night is a complete stand alone, enemies to lovers, contemporary romance, with no cliffhanger.
Once upon a time there was this prince. He was a fairly decent guy, but then one day he drank some pretty nasty poison. It didn’t kill him but made him do stupid things. The kind of things that smart princes would never do. And when the poison wore off, he discovered he’d ruined the only thing that had meant anything to him. But instead of trying to fix it, he was afraid. Afraid that what he’d done wasn’t fixable. So he spent the next seven years of his life regretting he ever drank what was in the cup. Then one day, he had a chance to make amends, but he really didn’t know how. He looked into his crystal ball and couldn’t find the answer. The only thing he saw was the face of the beautiful woman whose heart he’d broken. He decided to ask her how he could make it up to her, because he figured that was the only way he’d ever know if he’d ever have a chance of making things right again.”
“What did she say?”
“She hasn’t answered him yet.”
“Maybe she’s afraid.”
“What if he is too?”
She was looking my way, but her sunglasses blocked her eyes. It was difficult to get a read on her.
“Perhaps she has more to lose than he does.”
“Debatable. Seems they’ve both lost too much already.”
It was painful being this close and not able to touch her, even her hand. So I stood and said, “I’m going inside. I think I’m getting a bit sunburned myself. Enjoy the rest of your day, Ren.”
I folded my chair and went home. When I got into the house, I watched her for a minute. She turned to see if I was still outside, which I wasn’t. She went back to sitting there, but a few minutes later, she packed up and went home, leaving Sutton alone on the beach. I wondered if she was as lonely as me. But then I remembered she had that assface Parker to keep her warm at night.
About the Author:
One day, on her way home from work as a sales manager, USA Today bestselling author, A. M. Hargrove, realized her life was on fast forward and if she didn't do something soon, it would be too late to write that work of fiction she had been dreaming of her whole life. So she made a quick decision to quit her job and reinvented herself as a Naughty and Nice Romance Author.
Reader, Writer, #WalterThePuppy Owner, Dark Chocolate Lover, Ice Cream Worshipper, Vodka Aficionado, Coffee Drinker, she believes coffee and ice cream should be added as part of the USDA food groups.
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