From USA Today best-selling author Sabrina Stark:
To the rest of the world, he's Jake Bishop - bad boy brawler, digital celebrity, and trouble-maker incarnate. But to Luna Moon, he's the knight in shining armor who rescued her from hometown bullies all those years ago.
He's always had her back. She's always had his heart. But what happens when a weekend of bliss turns their world upside-down, sending their relationship spiraling in ways they never imagined? She's still in danger. He's still afraid of ruining her. Together, they're one hot mess looking for a place called home. Will they find it with each other? Or go down in flames, trying?
A full-length novel, this new adult contemporary romance concludes the alpha fighter new adult romance that began with Jaked. It features mature content, sexual situations, and adult language. It's not advised for under-age listeners.
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By Amazon Customer on 05-07-15
A must read or listen
I had to listen to the second book, it exciting and keep me on the edge of my seat. I would recommend these books, you will not want to have them end.
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By Divalish Smile on 30-06-18
Rating this along with book 2 as they should have been one book.
There were things i liked and things I didn't. One of my biggest dislikes were how the chapters were broken up mid conversation. When listening to an audio book it is really weird and actually annoying.
I got tired of hearing "do you want the truth?" Nothing wrong with that phrase but it was used a lot. To the point where I not only noticed the frequency but I could predict when it was going to be used.
I disliked how dense and naive Luna was. I had to keep reminding myself how young these characters were and then scold myself for even starting a book with such young characters. There was some immaturity found all through the characters but my fault for not bailing as soon as I discovered the ages.
Now as for Jake. I made a mistake reading this book after the King series because it really showed the difference between the two characters.
This book was good for what it was.