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Out Bad

by Janice M. Whiteaker

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I used to be that man.

The one you warned your daughters about and crossed the street to avoid.

Not anymore.

Five years ago I left the club, and everyone in it, behind me. Walked away with nothing but the clothes on my back, carrying the burden of the things I'd done.

But I won't look back.

Not when the view in front of me looks as good as it does.

The minute I saw Gwen I knew she could save me. Take on the demons I can't seem to escape and make them beg for mercy.

Only there's more than demons coming for me.

Because my past doesn't want to stay buried. When I left I didn't go quietly. Now it wants me to pay, and to the kind of men I used to know, there's only one thing I have worth taking.

The only thing that really matters to me.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940161209592
Publisher: Janice M. Whiteaker
Publication date: 07/09/2019
Series: Sinners or Saints , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 240,471
File size: 474 KB

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Out Bad 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
micharch More than 1 year ago
Joe was drawn to Gwen upon their first meeting. Joe didn't know that his best friend's wife, Gabbi, was Gwen's sister and was kind of upset that they were never introduced or mentioned to each other. Gabbi was hard to like throughout this book and was a pretty crappy sister at times. She constantly got in everyone's face and thought her wishes were law. Gwen finally had to stand up to her sister and lay out that she was a grown woman and could decide what she wanted in her life for herself. Heath warned Joe away from Gwen so many times it got tiring to read. Joe and Gwen were both looking for something with each other but both of them went into it with more trepidation because of Heath and Gabbi. Gwen did want to run away a couple of times but I gave her credit for deciding to stick it out. She really did not have a clue at times about what was going on around her, just caught up in her own world and it almost cost her in the end. Joe tried over and over to do the right thing and it was sweet to see him trying so hard to be the person he thought Gwen would need. I did like the ending and was glad I stumbled upon this book.