Torn [NOOK Book]

Overview

Bitter.

When star college footballer Ryder Cavanagh comes back to his hometown of Winter, he's supposed to be injured, but there's no sign of a torn ligament. He doesn't even limp. What he does have is a bad attitude that pushes everyone away, including his childhood friend, Jane Merriweather.

Seductive.

Jane has only ever wanted one thing -...

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Torn

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Overview

Bitter.

When star college footballer Ryder Cavanagh comes back to his hometown of Winter, he's supposed to be injured, but there's no sign of a torn ligament. He doesn't even limp. What he does have is a bad attitude that pushes everyone away, including his childhood friend, Jane Merriweather.

Seductive.

Jane has only ever wanted one thing - to lose her virginity to Ryder. Now he's back and she has a chance. But he's changed. He's not a nice guy anymore. He's cruel and angry, yet still as sexy as sin.

Mysterious.

Why has Ryder been sent home to torment Jane? And why can't she walk away from him forever?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045438896
  • Publisher: CJ Archer
  • Publication date: 11/1/2013
  • Series: Summer In Winter , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 92,968
  • File size: 258 KB

Meet the Author

C.J. loves reading stories that take her away to another world. If she's in the middle of an amazing book, she'll keep reading while cooking or cleaning (when she can be bothered doing either).She likes interesting artwork but can't paint, sketch or make anything more complicated than a snowman from plasticine. She enjoys beautiful gardens but hates gardening. She also hates housework, cooking (see above) and writing about herself.C.J. loves connecting with readers. The best place to interact with her and other fans is via her Facebook page. That's where she posts teasers and other stuff from her books.
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  • Posted April 5, 2014

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     I really like this series and was hooked from the first book. I

     I really like this series and was hooked from the first book. It's simple and sweet with just a  touch of drama. Nothing over the top or out in left field (except a hot football player lol).

    The characters are real and someone you could meet on the street any given day. There is a great connection to them and you feel like you are one of them in their story.

    The story line is simple yet terrific and you can relate to it - unlike the typical rich millionaire books that are far fetched.

    This is a sweet love story with some twists. it would make a great little read on a Sunday afternoon. I think you would enjoy it.

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