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Tainted
     

Tainted

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by K.A. Robinson
 

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Part One: Facing My Demons
Drake lost everything the day Chloe walked away from him. Feeling angry and hurt by her abandonment, he dives deeper into his cocaine use. Each day becomes a struggle for him. After his band is picked up by a recording studio in Los Angeles, things go from bad to worse. What happens to a man who has lost everything he ever truly cared

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Part One: Facing My Demons
Drake lost everything the day Chloe walked away from him. Feeling angry and hurt by her abandonment, he dives deeper into his cocaine use. Each day becomes a struggle for him. After his band is picked up by a recording studio in Los Angeles, things go from bad to worse. What happens to a man who has lost everything he ever truly cared about?

Part Two: Learning to Love Again
When Drake showed up on Chloe�s doorstep, begging for forgiveness, she couldn�t turn him away. To Chloe, loving Drake is like breathing and she couldn�t bring herself to let him go again.

But what happens next? Follow Chloe and Drake as they learn to forgive and heal together.

Will Drake�s fame get in the way of their happily ever after? Or is love enough to keep them together?

The epic conclusion to Drake and Chloe�s story.

Editorial Reviews

Cover - Michelle Valentine
K.A. Robinson's writing is sexy angst at its best. Her characters will leap off the pages and directly into your heart. Love this series and highly recommend it!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148186731
Publisher:
K.A. Robinson Publishing LLC
Publication date:
01/24/2014
Series:
Torn Series , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
274
Sales rank:
166,377
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

K.A. Robinson is the New York Times and USA Today Best Selling Author of The Torn Series and The Ties Series. She lives in a small town in West Virginia with her husband and toddler son.

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Tainted 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
lmk1979 More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of K.a. Torn and Twisted. When I heard that she was gonna release a 3rd book for this series I was beyond thrilled. Thank You, Thank You for giving us more Drake and Chloe. This book is broken up into 3 sections. What happened to Drake after Chloe left him, How Chloe and Drake start over again and finally their HEA. Did I just spoil it? I hope not. Seriously I devoured every single word. And I'm sure I won't give this proper justice after just one read. I can honestly say I'm thrilled with the outcome. And I can't wait for Logan's story.
psee More than 1 year ago
So this is the book you always want and rarely get. Robinson does a great job giving you "the more" readers often want after finishing a book. What is refreshing about this book, is that while it is all new insight, it describes events between and after parts of the story we already know. By the time we get to this book we already know that Chloe and Drake get their HEA. What we don't know are the details of what took place getting there, well at least from Drake's POV. We also get the extra details of what happens shortly after the HEA which is always so great. Overall enjoyable and appreciated.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
K.A is simply amazing. I read both Torn and Twisted, but when I found out Drake was getting a book of his own I grew more excited. I can say I loved Logan, but Drake was my favorite. I'm so glad she wrote this book, because we get inside Drakes head and we learn what he's fighting and who he really is. Drake has demons of his own, and they start taking over his life. Either way, read this book and you won't regret it!
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Born with leg diseases, I had to use prosthetics since. Artificial, but better than no legs. My mother always told me that and i kept that in my mind. With my mother and father seperated, I rotated between them. I had a brother, but he died last year. He was always giving me advice, and even if we argued, I was still sorry he had to die. "Jay! You don't wanna miss the first day of college,right?" My mom was always worried about me. "I'm coming", I replied. I quickly shoved my clothes, and some other random college stuff into my bag. My mom was waiting for me at the bottom of the stairs. "Cmon, let's go," my mom said impatiently. I used my prosthetics to leap the last 8 steps. I had mastered it. I could also do a bunch of other tricks too. My mom was used to it, and said,"Get in the car. I got all of your snacks and drinks in the trunk." I nodded quickly and hurried towards the car. I pressed a button and the car door slid open. I closed it, opened the front right door, and climbed in. My mom climbed into driver seat. "Seat belt!Now!" Grumbling, I reached for my seatbelt. I looked at my watch. 1:00 in the morning! And it was a Monday! Still 6 days until college! I was so sleepy that I didn't even notice. Realizing that I my mom had tricked me, I tried to escape. I knew what words were coming. "Relax, we're just spending some quality mother and son vacation." I moaned and slumped back in my seat. "Cmon mom. All we do on those are go to the Spa. And I just sit while you have your nails polished." My mom looked a little hurt, but still excited. "It's ok. We're not going to the Spa. We're going camping!" She grinned like a little kid. "Please mom, no. That's even worse than camping." But it looked like my mom was about to cry so I said,"Fine. Let's go." My mom screamed with joy and hit the gas. About 15 minutes into the car ride, I said,"So where are we going." My mom said,"Uhh.. I forgot. But I heard there were alot of animals there. But people seem to like it. People who go there never come back. It must be really fun." I looked outside the window, wondering what "People who go there never come back" actually meant.