We’ve all done terrible things in the past—things we may never recover from.
To push away the only woman he ever loved, Sawyer did something undeniably horrific.
Now they’re back in the same zip code, and Piper is desperately trying to keep her heart safe from the man who shattered it.
Are some wrongs too depraved to be forgiven? Or is reconciliation sometimes possible, no matter how staggering the betrayal?
This is the second book I have read by this author. I have not been disappointed yet. In fact, after reading this book, I want to read more books by Nicole. She has already gained a new fan in me.
So, having only read two books, I have not read the other books in the Sterling series. However, having got to meet them in this book, I do want to pick up the other books to get to know the other Sterlings better.
Yet, I have to talk about Piper and Sawyer. OMG, these two were bringing the heat. If I was wearing glasses, they would have been flogged up from all of the steam radiating off the pages of the book. Readers will sure be in for a real tasty treat with this book!
About Nicole Dykes
Nicole Dykes is a wife and a professional assistant/mom to two gorgeous girls. Currently residing in Kansas, she's a lover of coffee, Kansas City Chiefs, and all things romance. She currently has over 20 published books with her Monroe and Adamson series being the most popular. She enjoys cranking up the angst level, making her readers cry, and turning those tears into the coffee that fuels her writing.
Description Sadie Becker is not herself. A 40-year-old, divorced mother of two, Sadie wakes up one morning and realizes that she looks and feels like she did in her twenties. Suddenly she’s unable to walk around in her new town of Cougarville without men falling at her feet. Confused and alone, Sadie isn’t sure who to turn toÖexcept answers to her problems might reside with her broodingly handsome reclusive neighbor, Mathis. An alpha shifter, Mathis lost the love of his life, and he knows he’ll never find another mate. But his innocent new neighbor clearly doesn’t know the danger she’s in, and he's the only one who can save her. But when the attraction pulls too strong, will Mathis’ animal nature be unleashed and claim Sadie for his own? Buck Naked is a sexy, emotional thrill-ride that will hook readers on this fantastic new series. Author Bio Evangeline Anderson is the author of the Brides of the Kindred, Alien Mate Index, and Born to Darkness series
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