Wanting to Forget: A Jordie Thomas Tale (Assassins Series #6.7)

Wanting to Forget: A Jordie Thomas Tale (Assassins Series #6.7)

by Toni Aleo

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Wanting to Forget: A Jordie Thomas Tale (Assassins Series #6.7) by Toni Aleo

Jordie Thomas is looking for something to take his mind off of the woman he let go-- or rather, pushed away-- and the terrifying prospect of what will happen if his broken leg doesn't heal. He's ready to get back to his family and fellow teammates on the Nashville Assassins and get back onto the ice. However, with his injured leg in the way and his mind clouded by a certain woman, he needs a break to clear his head and his heart. With New Orleans in his sights, can this player find a way to get back to the crazy and reckless life he used to live? Find out as author Toni Also takes readers on a wild journey in this Assassins novella.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151170727
Publisher: Toni Aleo
Publication date: 07/10/2015
Series: Nashville Assassins Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 72,542
File size: 868 KB

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Wanting to Forget: A Jordie Thomas Tale (Assassins Series #6.7) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Always love "The Assasins" and Toni Aleo, this novella didnt actually seem like it was written by Ms Aleo.....still a fan,and will continue to read the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! This is some start to Jordie's story. You want to hug him and smack him all at the same time. Can't wait to read Overtime!
khulseman More than 1 year ago
As far as novellas go, this is an excellent example of a length prologue to the next book, Overtime. Is the novella necessary? Not exactly. Do I recommend you read it if you'll be reading Overtime? Possibly. So let me explain. It outlines the events that are the starting catalyst for the Hero's change arc in Overtime. There is enough information in Overtime that the description of events outlined here is not necessary to enjoy the novel. But, if you want a better understanding of the demons the Hero must face then read this first. This is not a HEA novella. As the reader you experience the demons he has but yet to fully acknowledge. It's not tear jerker sad, you just want to kick him into reality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a fan vulgar language, but the way women were described just seemed blatantly disrespectful and unnecessary. It was very off putting.