What's life without a little risk? Or a lot of risk, if you're Sebastian Carlisle. He'll never live up to the legacy of his dead brother, so why try? Being the wild child in a family of stuck-up rich snobs suits him just fine. Until he meets Micah Burke, and everything changes. Micah's got too much going on for a relationship. Even if he could trust Sebastian, a distractionaa sexy, reckless distraction with a death wishawould only derail his carefully scheduled life. If it were just Micah, maybe that would be fine, but his mother and sister depend on him, and he can't let them down. Or at least that's what he tells himself. A hot moment leads to a hot night leads to a connection neither of them are ready for. And when a crisis hits Micah's family hard, Sebastian will have to shed his bad-boy image and decide whether he can be the man Micah needsaand Micah needs to decide whether he'll let him. Book two of Letting Go 68, 630 wordsYoua#39;ll see.a The purple neon sign in front of the tall, narrow building read Naperville Indoor Skydiving. aSkydiving?a aYep. ... aThata#39;s why they call it indoor skydiving. ... aAnd how does that work? ... Our vertical wind tunnel generates 1600 horsepower from four powerful fans, creating a walltowall cushion of Chapter Fourteen.
|Author||:||j. leigh bailey|
|Publisher||:||Carina Press - 2015-08-24|