Are you looking for that book that you want to savour reading but at the same time want to just keep on reading to know what happens? Do you want your romcoms to have authentic characters with flaws that make them believable? Lucy Score has provided you with your dream in THINGS WE LEFT BEHIND.
Sloan and Lucian have an enemies-to-lovers romance where they really hate each other. They used to be "secret friends," but they both know what happened back then. They destroyed each other's lives at seventeen and there is no going back. Since then Sloan has been busy living her dream of being the librarian in Knockemout and Lucian has been building his empire of money and power.
Neither one has any interest in the other until one night they can't keep their hands off each other and they have a one-night stand. That's it though--no more they both said. Sloan was starting to look for a partner to start a family and Lucian was the farthest from ever wanting a family. They decide again that they were meant to be enemies but will their sexual chemistry die now that they can't have each other or will it just grow stronger?
THINGS WE LEFT BEHIND is by far my favorite Knockemout novel and Lucian is everything I want in a crazy, sexy man. Lucy Score is quickly becoming an auto-buy author for me and I'm not at all mad about it.
There was only one woman who could set me free. But I
would rather set myself on fire than ask Sloane Walton for
Lucian Rollins is a lean, mean
vengeance-seeking mogul. On a quest to erase his
father’s mark on the family name, he spends every
waking minute pulling strings and building an indestructible
empire. The more money and power he amasses, the safer he is
Except when it comes to the feisty
small-town librarian that keeps him up at night…
Sloane Walton is a spitfire determined to carry on
her father’s quest for justice. She’ll do that
just as soon as she figures out exactly what the man she
hates did to—or for—her family. Bonded by an
old, dark secret from the past and the dislike they now
share for each other, Sloane trusts Lucian about as far as
she can throw his designer-suited body.
bickering accidentally turns to foreplay, these two find
themselves not quite regretting their steamy one-night
stand. Once those flames are fanned, it seems impossible to
put them out again. But with Sloane ready to start a family
and Lucian refusing to even consider the idea of marriage
and kids, these enemies-to-lovers are stuck at an impasse.
Broken men break women. It’s what Lucian
believes, what he’s witnessed, and he’s not
going to take that chance with Sloane. He’d rather
live a life of solitude than put her in danger. But he
learns the hard way that leaving her means leaving her
unprotected from other threats.
second time he’s ruthlessly cut her out of his life.
There’s no way she’s going to give him a third
chance. He’s just going to have to make one for