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One woman alone held the key to my freedom. If I had to ask Sloane Walton for something, I would rather light myself on fire.
Lucian Rollins, the mogul who wants revenge, is a lean, mean machine. He is obsessed with erasing his father’s legacy from the family name and spends his days manipulating powerful people and erecting an impregnable empire. He will be less vulnerable to danger as his wealth and influence grow.
Except for the fiery small-town librarian who gives him nightmares…
Sloane Walton is a fiery young woman who is committed to continuing her father’s fight for fairness. She plans to do so once she learns what the man she despises did to (or for) her loved ones. Sloane trusts Lucian about as far as she can throw his designer-suited physique because they share a dark secret from their history and hate for one other.
When their argument escalates into foreplay, they realise they’re not entirely sorry they had that sensual one-night encounter. It seems hopeless to put out those fires after they have been stoked. These former foes-turned-lovers are at an impasse because Sloane wants to be married and have babies, while Lucian is completely against the idea.
Women can be broken by males. This is what Lucian thinks and has seen, and he isn’t willing to take a chance on Sloane because of it. He’d rather be alone than risk her safety. But he finds out the hard way that abandoning her leaves her vulnerable to additional dangers.
This is the second time he’s completely abandoned her. She will never give him another chance. He’ll have to improvise something to suit his needs.
About The Author Lucy Score
A new #1 New York Times bestseller, written by Lucy Score. She came from a family of writers who made it a rule to keep books off the table at mealtimes, and she went on to study journalism.
She and her husband, Mr. Lucy, and their irritating cat, Cleo, live in Pennsylvania, where the writer does much of her work. Lucy can be found on the couch, in the kitchen, or at the gym when she’s not hard at work creating heartbreaker heroes and kickass heroines.
She dreams of being able to perform her writing from a sailboat, oceanfront condo, or exotic island, all while connected to the internet.
Things We Left Behind Book Summary
This is the third book in the Knockemout series, and I was unaware of that until now. At first, I thought I’d jumped into the middle of the plot, but then I saw that wasn’t the case at all and that the author just likes to write that way. In the first chapter, Sloan Walton is making funeral arrangements for her father. She’s a senior librarian in Knockemout, her hometown, and she loves her job. When Lucian Rollins shows up to the services, she is taken aback. Growing up, he was the neighbourhood kid. He is now a very cold-blooded business magnate with a lot of money. As a result of his upbringing with an abusive father, he has an ingrained need for power. though it turns out, he kept in touch with her family even though her father was dying of cancer.
This is a story about two people who were best friends as kids but then became bitter rivals. The initial chapters were written in a way that was too dramatic for my taste. However, I eventually came to care about Sloan and Lucian’s history together and their subsequent breakup. When things heat up, the tale really takes off. Lucian becomes the alpha male in his quest to defend Sloan from those who would harm her because of her work. The plot and the friendship group are both appealing. The best friends of Sloan and Lucian, who were the protagonists of the preceding volumes, are also couples. They’re the story’s confidantes and boosters, and they help keep things light.
Score appears to be a writer who like to narrate her stories over a longer period of time. With nearly 600 pages, there was plenty of room for me to make cuts. She even includes two other endings. I would go back and read the rest of the series if my to-read pile weren’t already so big. As for the future, I shall be on the lookout for new books. In exchange for an advanced reader’s copy (ARC), I offer my sincere thanks to Sourcebooks, Bloom Books, and NetGalley.