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Crushed (Life Shocks Romances, #3)
     

Crushed (Life Shocks Romances, #3)

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by Jade Kerrion
 

Cody Hart, the daredevil black sheep of the esteemed Hart clan, should never have made it to his twenty-fifth birthday. What he hadn’t counted on, though, was his best friend dying instead of him.


Emotionally devastated and financially ruined by the death of her brother, Felicity Rivers is down to her last hundred dollars when Cody offers his help,

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Cody Hart, the daredevil black sheep of the esteemed Hart clan, should never have made it to his twenty-fifth birthday. What he hadn’t counted on, though, was his best friend dying instead of him.


Emotionally devastated and financially ruined by the death of her brother, Felicity Rivers is down to her last hundred dollars when Cody offers his help, at a price. She’s out of options, but nothing on Earth could possibly entice her into the arms of the man who killed her brother.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046318272
Publisher:
Jade Kerrion
Publication date:
11/29/2014
Series:
Life Shocks Romances , #3
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
807,678
File size:
435 KB

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Crushed (Life Shocks Romances, #3) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
=This will be very hard, considering he is gone. Though, if someone ever finds this, I just want them to know how I feel about him. About this boy. About his personality, his kind-heart and funny soul. How I would do anything just to feel his lips pressed to mine. . . One more time.= <p> =He wasn't outgoing... Neither am I, so I have no idea how fate brought us together. One of the first things I realized about this boy is how he was a nerd. I loved that. He could just sit and talk about how much he loved to read. . . I liked that too. When he would talk, he would just have a certain calmness to him. One that I admired the best. I guess it was to easy, to easy to open up and be truthful to this particular being. It was to easy to love him.= <p> =People made up a ship name for us. . . Though I acted as if I hated it, I loved it. I thought we were destined to be together, though the world had different plans. He was my love, and I hope I was his. I would go to the ends if the earth, just to hold his hand. To run my fingers through his blonde mess of hair. To just stare deeply into those beautiful eyes. No one can replace this boy.= <p> =He told me to forget about him. That he wasn't important. Though I refused to believe that. He said that once he left, he would make it rain, everyday to follow along with my sorrows. Still no rain. He made me cry, laugh, smile, angry, love. Alot can change in just a few simple words. So my advice to you people who are reading this, is to make the most out if the time you spend with your loved one. They will leave before you know it.= <p> =I just want him to know that, he will always have my heart, and I do not want it back.= <p> To,<br> The Boy Who Loved Socrates. &#9829
Brencz More than 1 year ago
This book as other books by Jade Kerrion was terrific. A fast easy read that holds your attention as soon as you start reading it and keeps it till the very end. All the characters are well developed and so real, everyday people. The story like was great with a little bit of surprise added in. The story was about, Felicity, who works in NYC and loses her job, lives in New Jersey and is down to her last $100. Suddenly, Cody Hart comes into town and offers her a job back in Colorado. The problem is he’s the man who was the cause of her twin brother’s death. She decides to take the job and learn not to hate Cody for what he has done. Cody also has to learn a few things along the way about Felicity and himself. Can they both find love along the way?