Friday, February 12, 2016

BAIT & SWITCH by Kendall Ryan

By Kendall Ryan
Print Length: 211 pages
Publisher: Kendall Ryan (February 9, 2016)
Publication Date: February 9, 2016


Love is a trap, a trick only other people fall for. Former Navy SEAL Nolan has no such illusions. The only things real in his life are his beloved bulldog and the two women in his life. One is soft and innocent, someone he could build a real future with. But the other is dark and gives him all of the wicked things he craves behind closed doors. What starts out as casual quickly becomes complicated. Can he walk away from a sure thing for something that's foreign territory? Nolan thinks we met by chance. We didn’t. I sought him out, seduced him, and in return got the sanctuary I needed to survive. But now, impossibly, I’ve fallen in love with him. I don’t care that he has another lover, because when he finds out who I am, it’s going to ruin any chance I ever had with him anyway. She’s the least of my worries. Bait & Switch is Book 1 in the new contemporary romance series Alphas Undone, which will each feature a new couple.This is a standalone full-length novel. It does not contain cheating.


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About The Author:

Kendall Ryan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance novels, including Hard to Love, Unravel Me, Resisting Her and When I Break.

She's a sassy, yet polite Midwestern girl with a deep love of books, and a slight addiction to lipgloss. She lives in Minneapolis with her adorable husband and two baby sons, and enjoys hiking, being active, and reading.

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“Hey. Just breathe.” He used two fingers under my chin to bring my gaze to his. “I can’t promise you romance, and I sure as fuck can’t promise you forever, but I can offer you this. Now. And I promise everything I’m feeling for you is real.”

I nodded, still dizzy from the power of my earlier release, and utterly confused about where this was all heading. I was starting to feel something real for him too.

And that was very, very dangerous.

Concepts like right and wrong, single or attached seemed murky at best.

I wanted him—plain and simple. But would he still want me when he learned the truth?


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