The third book in the 'Marked Men' series. Somewhere between the perfect fairytale and a broken heart lies a happy ending.
Loud and colourful, Cora Lewis is used to keeping her rowdy colleagues at the tattoo shop in line, but all her fiery bluster hides a heart that's been mistreated too many times. After her supposed happy-ever-after went out of the window, she's become fixated on nothing less than 'perfect'. But does such a guy exist?
Rome Archer is as far from perfect as can be. Rigid and uncompromising, he's returned from his final tour of duty a broken man, and nightmares of war plague his every moment. Faced with family rifts and no idea what to do with his time, he's used to seeing the world in black and white, good and bad - and right now, he's lost in the dark.
On the surface, neither is what the other person wants - but in the search for perfect, imperfection might just be what they need.
©2014 Jay Crownover (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
Praise for Jay Crownover:
"A wildly addicting read!" (Cora Carmack, New York Times bestselling author of Losing It)
"Deliciously real, raw, and romantic. Jay Crownover is amazing!" (Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author)
"The characters of Crownover's Marked Men series are all outlandishly colorful and irresistibly passionate, while still being so genuine that their stories become unforgettable" (RT Book Reviews)
Every time I listen to an audio book of this series I find a new favourite! It sends my mind into a spin as to how the rest of this series can get any better. The heart breaking epilogue has me eager to grab Nash ' s story. I have love every minute of this audio, the narrator's were fantastic. They gave an even deeper depth to the story and after reading the paperback that was always going to be a big challenge in my eyes. They brought the passion of this story alive in a way that was mind boggling.
Rome's story will always have a part in my heart, this guy who has always been strong and there for everyone else finally needs someone to care for him if he is only willing to open up. Cora, well I would love her as a bestie she is fiery, colourful and badass. This is an audio that I spent every spare five minutes listening to everywhere.
Oh my.....after my slight disappointment with Jet, Jay's back with Rome Archer, and. WOW! Got to say, I loved this book. I have loved Cora, our little punk rock pixie, since book 1, Rome too to some extent. So yes, this book I loved. Well written (as I have come to expect from Jay Crownover), and a wonderful storyline. How do writers keep coming up with these ideas? I'm in awe of them. Can't wait to see what happens with Nash.
Loved the narrators too, especially Rome ❤️
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