Hannah’s new reality is that someone is stalking her. Aggressively. The only question now is who. Fingers are pointed and accusations are made as every clue leads to her down another twisted path of questions without answers. Her feelings for both Carter and Trent cloud her judgment as the investigation delves deeper into her personal life and into her heart. Carter’s past is a mystery and Trent has every reason to try and make her seem crazy. Her loss would be his gain after all.
Hannah will have to choose, but making the wrong choice will cost much more than a broken heart.
Everyone has a motive.
But only one of them has a plan.
Expect the unexpected in the thrilling conclusion to the Spend the Night series.
walked around the chair he’d been leaning on and took a seat in front of my
desk. I expected him to lean back and
assume an arrogant position of detachment, but instead he rested his elbows on
my desk like he was anxiously awaiting a quick response from me. I felt my brow furrow as I tried to read his
do you want me to say?” I finally spoke. His lips formed a seam and I watched
him sigh. “Do you want me to beg you to
stay? To ask you to be with me instead of marrying her? Because I’m not going
to make that mistake again,” I added. “There’s nothing between us besides a
business relationship. You made that perfectly clear when you left me alone and
in tears for the umpteenth time.”
done some serious soul searching since our last interaction and, slowly but
surely, I was seeing that Trent Crawford was not the right man for me.
would never expect you to beg, Hannah,” he confessed. “I just wanted to let you
thanks, I guess.” When he saw that I was unaffected by his words, he let his
back fall against the chair. “Does that
mean that you are backing out of the running for C.O.O. or are you still
planning on stealing that from me too?”
not that simple, Han–” he started, but quickly changed the subject. “Exactly
what else did I steal from you?”
I don’t know. My sanity for one thing.”
know that I never set out to do that.” As much as I didn’t want to believe him,
I did. A fact that pissed me off. I had
every reason to believe that the game he’d been playing was intentional. “If it
makes you feel any better, I feel the same way. Like I’m losing my mind when
I’m around you. I think we’ve both let our emotions get the best of us.”
week ago I would have spoken up and tried to get him to see that the way we
felt around each other was more than coincidence—that it was the universe’s way
of telling us we should be together, but the universe was apparently off its
meds. For whatever reason, Trent was
still marrying Alison this weekend and nothing I said was going to change that.
is why I have to go,” he reiterated. Staring into his eyes, I knew just how
easy it would be to climb across that desk and get him to put his hands on me.
To kiss me. Hell, to probably even get him to clear it off and have sex with
me. But, I knew that it would just end with him walking away. It seemed to always end that way with us.
Drawn to both of the intriguing bachelors, she’ll have to determine which one is after her heart and which one plans to do her deadly harm before it’s too late.
Although this journey began years ago, it recently took on a whole new life. After years of devouring hundreds of Romance, YA and New Adult novels, I had an epiphany… I should write a book. And I did it!
If I’m not reading, writing, enjoying drinks with my amazing group of girlfriends or chasing around a sarcastically funny kid, I’m probably watching television shows that were created for teenagers, while my husband teases that I’m too old to watch them.