I enjoy a series book because I've fallen in love with the characters and just can't let them go. When a favorite author writes more than one book, I automatically one click.
Author MO Kenyan has a new release in her New Yorker Series. In His Bed is a wonderful romp through a romance where things have gone wrong from the very beginning. Duke's relationship started with a mistake and things compounded. Now he's got to face up to the problem.
Out Now, In His Bed is book 6 in the New Yorker series, one filled with family, passions and squabbles. A perfect read for fans of contemporary romances. But don't take my word for it....grab a copy for your self.
Secrets always have a way of coming out.
Rayne had been lying to Duke since the moment they first met. It was too late to tell the truth now, so she kept up with the lies. That was until the lies forced her to leave town taking Duke’s son with her. It was only a matter of time before Duke found them, until then she would wait, guarding her secret.
Duke hated being lied to, especially by the people he loved. He didn’t even know what her real name was, or if she even really loved him. Duke was determined to search for the woman who stole his son and his heart.
Rayne couldn’t help but stare into his eyes as he leaned over and glared at her. His tone was clipped, filled with so much animosity it scared her. But there was something else in there that broke her heart. The sad look in his eyes that he had tried to hide behind the anger, the pain in his voice that sounded out his betrayal, even though he tried to act like he didn’t care. She lifted her hand to his face, just about to cup his cheek when he pulled back with a startled expression.
Duke walked away, leaving her alone with her guilt, her broken heart, and her sandwich. Rayne didn’t know what came next after this, but she was willing to stay for as long as it took either one of them to figure it out.
Her appetite gone, she followed Duke into the bedroom.
She walked in just in time to see him peel off his shirt and walk into the bathroom. She missed him, his body, and the way his back muscles would feel beneath her fingertips when he was on top of her as they made love. She longed to hear his heart beat when he head was on his chest, or how his voice rumbled when he laughed. She longed for everything that she had managed to bring out of him when they were together, things that she had now destroyed.
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