Fueled by K. Bromberg
Book #2 of the Driven Trilogy
What happens when the one individual you never anticipated that all of a sudden happens would be the one you’ll battle the hardest to keep?
Colton stole my heart. He should, and I beyond any doubt as hellfire didn’t need him to, however he collided with my life, lighted sentiments inside me that I thought had kicked the bucket perpetually, and filled an energy that I never knew could exist.
Rylee dropped out of that damn stockpiling wardrobe and into my life. Presently I don’t think I’ll ever be the same. She’s seen looks of the haziness inside me, but she’s still here. As yet battling for me. She is no ifs ands or buts the holy person, and I am without a doubt the miscreant.
How is it the one thing neither of us needed—neither of us expected that pivotal night—makes them contend so energetically to keep?
He takes my breath, stops my heart, and breathes life into me back again all in a brief instant of time. Be that as it may, how might I cherish a man who won’t let me in? Who persistently pushes me away to keep me from seeing the harmed privileged insights in his past? My heart has fallen, yet tolerance and absolution can just go up until now.
How might I covet a lady who scares me, challenges me, and drives me to see that in the profound, dark pit of my spirit there’s somebody deserving of her affection? A place and individual I swore I’d never be again. Her caring heart and attractive body merit far beyond I’ll ever be equipped for giving her. I know I can’t be what she needs, so why wouldn’t i be able to quite recently released her?