CEO Henry Osbourne has only ever desired one woman - the one who got away. New York Times and number one ebook best-selling author Alexa Riley returns with Don't Go, a virgin-hero insta-love contemporary romance in the For You series
I've spent the past 10 years convincing myself that what I felt for her was teenage infatuation. That love so consuming couldn't be real. Then everything went to shit, and in an instant she was gone.
Kory Summers knew returning to New York meant running into Henry. The way her heartbeat picked up at just the thought was nervousness - not anticipation. Oh, no. She never expected to find him on her doorstep looking as handsome as ever.
She's mine. She always has been. I've waited this long for her...but time's up. I'll use all my power, all my connections, to convince her she's the one.
Kory ran from a boy, but a man of power and persuasion now stands in his place.
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Super Sweet, Caveman Short Story
This book was short, hot and sweet all at the same time. Having great narrators and a plot.
Being from two different sides of the tracks, doesn’t stop Kory and Henry from going on the prom together and falling for each other after one date. Unfortunately, a misunderstanding leads to them being apart and not speaking to each other for ten years. When they come back together and hash things out, they learn shocking revelations about what they have missed during their time apart.
True to Alexa Riley fashion (I’ve listened to all the audible books and love the 'For Her' Series), there are sweet parts, swoon worthy parts, steamy parts and parts where the male leads turns into a caveman when it comes to protecting his lady. This sexy billionaire surprised me with his sentiment and dedication to his lady – even during the time they were apart (swoon!).
It’s short and sweet so it’s not much angst but that doesn’t take away from the plot twists. For this book to be so short there are amazing plot twists and multiple epilogues to make me feel as if I didn't miss out on how things turn out. Worth a credit.
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