Doing her best to stay afloat amidst the sh!t storm that has become her life, Elle is hanging on by a thread. Between worrying about Fernie’s precarious future, an incident with a Shemar Moore look-alike gone terribly wrong, and an inability to let go of her feelings for J, Elle just can’t seem to get her head straight.
Deciding a change of atmosphere is what she needs, Elle heads to Mexico to study abroad for a semester.
She has no idea that she is walking into an even worse storm.
One that involves a pissed off MC President, a ruthless drug cartel, and a man willing to die to have her light.
***WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT!!***
***This is the 2nd book in the series L&J – cannot be read as a stand-alone***
I strongly suggest reading the first novel in this series, Steel & Ice, as it helps you understand the strength and connection between the hero and heroine.
Elle has to deal with a great deal of internal conflict throughout this novel, which requires growth, acceptance, and a little hate. Her healing process takes a little more out of her than what she’s used to, but she finds support in unexpected places. I liked seeing this side of her, as she seems more mature and a little wiser than before. I simply can’t get enough of J, and that’s all I have on him. The stellar supporting characters help add a little more spice, and drama, to the tale.
The author has an uncanny way of pulling you into her novels quicker than a Latino soap opera! The no holds barred, in your face, full-on bluntness really makes this series addictive. Grab a copy, you won’t be sorry!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Emily is a Midwestern Gal, but could be anywhere as you read this. She gypsy’s the country, as well as south of the border. Adventure feeds her soul, and offers great writing material.
She loves kids and working with kids, but can only handle caring for four-legged furry friends. A crazy dog and laid back cat have trained her to be their partner in life.
Vices include Swedish Fish, ignoring chores in favor of reading, and caring too much for people in her life. She chose to write this bio in third person as she is an Aries, and found writing in first person ended up with her writing an excessively long life story.
Aries like to talk about themselves. It is something Emily is working on being more mindful of.
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