Mistake (Siren Publishing Classic)

Mistake (Siren Publishing Classic)

by Allyson Young
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Mistake (Siren Publishing Classic) by Allyson Young

[Siren Classic: Erotic Romantic Suspense, bondage, HEA] Bryce Meadows is a cop with a past, living in the moment when it comes to women. He makes a mistake taking Jenna Muirhead to his bed and not ending their connection within his usual self-imposed time period. He didn't convey the rules to Jenna, a survivor of a deadly marriage allowing herself a glimmer of hope after many long years of despair. When she shares her feelings, Bryce breaks things off, crushing her. Then Jenna's ex-husband is released from prison, a man with violent tendencies who has anyone connected to Jenna in his sights. She agrees to pretend to live with Bryce to draw her ex out for capture before he can act out. Bryce recognizes what he has lost, the real mistake he made, and plans to take advantage of their living situation to make amends. But he must deal with Jenna's well-honed ability to distance herself, as well as the threat her ex husband poses. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13: 9781627407144
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Publication date: 02/11/2014
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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Mistake (Siren Publishing Classic) 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If the book hadn't started at the break up it would have been way better. As it stands, you really don't get the depth of emotion the characters are going through. You don't get to see the relationship build. It felt like I had flipped the book to the middle of the story and was left not knowing what was going on. The way the author "built" the relationship was through memories the characters were remembering. So it was fragmented and biased. The whole story was a deficient and exiguous read.