Zero Day Exploit

Zero Day Exploit

by Cole McCade

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Zero Day Exploit by Cole McCade

A bad decision never felt so good.
zero day exploit (noun):
1. An attack that penetrates a previously unknown vulnerability in a computer or system.
2. The kind of infuriating, manipulative man who gets under your skin and refuses to get out.

And now, a one-night stand may turn out to be the biggest mistake of Zoraya “Zero” Blackwell's career.

In this free side story to the Bayou's End series, Ion Blackwell's (A Second Chance at Paris) younger sister Zoraya gets a rude wake-up call about her life, her programming career, and her love when a one-night stand turns out to be more than she can stand. But just when Evan James thinks he has her number, she’ll turn his world on its end, find her way into his heart...and make him realize the love he’s never wanted is everything he’s ever been missing.

GET A GLIMPSE INTO THE BLACKWELL FAMILY WITH A SIZZLING EXTRA IN THE BAYOU’S END SERIES!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152373400
Publisher: Cole McCade
Publication date: 09/24/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 244,531
File size: 514 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Cole McCade is a New Orleans-born Southern boy without the Southern accent, currently residing somewhere in the metropolitan wilds of the American Midwest. He spends his days as a suit-and-tie corporate consultant and business writer, and his nights writing romance novels when he’s not being tackled by two hyperactive cats. And while he spends more time than is healthy hiding in his writing cave instead of hanging around social media, you can generally find him in these usual haunts: •Email: cole@colemccade.com •Twitter: @ColeMcCade •Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cole.mccade •Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/ColeMcCadeBooks •Website & Blog: http://www.colemccade.com •Tumblr: http://colemccade.tumblr.com/ He also runs an advice column called Dammit, Cole, where he occasionally answers questions about everything from romance and dating to the culture of hypermasculinity, from the perspective of a male romance author: •http://www.colemccade.com/category/dammit-cole/ Looking for more? You can get early access to cover reveals, blurbs, contests, and other exclusives by joining the McCade’s Marauders street team at: •http://www.facebook.com/groups/mccadesmarauders/

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Holding every element I want to find in a romance, from the characters and their story, to the humour and those little moments that pulled on the heartstrings, I lost myself in Evan James and Zoraya Blackwell's journey. Perfect in a completely imperfect way, Evan puts his brain in gear after his mouth has opened, yet has more sensitive side and is completely loveable (plus he has a beard; I'm a sucker for a bit of facial fluff). Zero was a woman after my own heart; bright, stubborn, snarky and standing out from the sea of perfection we often find in romance, she's a refreshing heroine. And when Evan approaches her in a bar, their chemistry ignites from the moment they meet, leading to a night filled with fire and passion...
Nicola_1202 More than 1 year ago
I make no secret of being a fan of Cole McCade's work; he has an exceptional writing style that absorbs you from the opening page and a gift of creating endearing characters with depth. Zero Day Exploit is a great read. "You are definitely the mistake I'll regret in the morning. You won't call me, I won't call you." "I can live with that." Holding every element I want to find in a romance, from the characters and their story, to the humour and those little moments that pulled on the heartstrings, I lost myself in Evan James and Zoraya Blackwell's journey. Perfect in a completely imperfect way, Evan puts his brain in gear after his mouth has opened, yet has more sensitive side and is completely loveable (plus he has a beard; I'm a sucker for a bit of facial fluff). Zero was a woman after my own heart; bright, stubborn, snarky and standing out from the sea of perfection we often find in romance, she's a refreshing heroine. And when Evan approaches her in a bar, their chemistry ignites from the moment they meet, leading to a night filled with fire and passion... "F*** you." "If you insist." Banter, snark and fight creates a couple who are both amusing and sexy together and the emotional angle is written in a way which makes it intimate throughout as these characters fight a losing battle against their desires. If you enjoy a light, sexy, fun romance with some emotion, then this is not to be missed. I can't wait for more from this series (and I don't have to because A Scond a Chance at Paris is waiting for me). "It's like you bring that feeling of home wherever you touch."