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Torment by Emily Rose

When Danny Marshall decided to up and leave everything behind to move to Georgia with her best friend, Reanna, it wasn’t because she wanted to attend college, but that was exactly what she found herself doing. But doing anything was better than going back to her hometown of Palm Bay, Florida. Back to the place where everything changed. Where she changed. A broken heart could do a lot of damage. One night stand after one night stand. It was the only way she could keep her already broken heart safe. But when she walked into a bar called Twisted and met Jaxson Steele, with his no bullsh*t attitude and outspoken personality, she was instantly drawn to him. Not to mention he was drop-your-panties gorgeous. Like every man before him, though, she only expected one thing to come out of their quick connection. Sex. That was until she got to know him and realized that maybe…she wasn't the only one with a broken heart. Can Danny and Jaxson heal each other or will their pasts rip them apart before they get the chance? * * * Warning: this book contains scenes and/or situations that could be triggers for some people. It is dark, twisted, steamy, full of angst, an emotional ride, and has moments that might make you throw your kindle. Due to these elements, it is recommended for ages 18+.
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