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The emotional rollercoaster of the USA TODAY bestselling Give &Take series by Kelli Maine continues!
Rachael and Merrick must decide once and for all if their love is strong enough to overcome the roadbloack in their path to happily ever after.
The emotional rollercoaster of the USA TODAY bestselling Give & Take series by Kelli Maine continues with MJ and Maddie's story! DECEPTION Maddie Simcoe knows the devastation that comes from keeping secrets. Now, she's desperate to move on from the heartbreak that almost destroyed her -- trading wild passion that once made her knees weak for a life of comfortable stability. But before Maddie can start over, she must return home to put the past behind her once and for all... PASSION When Maddie blows back into MJ Rocha's life, nothing will stop him from proving to her that walking away from him was the biggest mistake of her life -- not even the engagement ring she wears. Her every look, every touch tells MJ that the fire that once raged between them still burns hot, and MJ won't give up until Maddie gives in to the inferno. REDEMPTION Trapped by a hurricane roaring through Turtle Tear Island, MJ and Maddie find shelter in each others' arms. While the lightning flashes, MJ and Maddie are helpless to fight bonds of desire that tie them together. But just as they're about to surrender to the torturous longing that consumes them both, the storm unleashes violent secrets from MJ's past...secrets that could wash away all MJ and Maddie's hopes of forever... TAKEN BY STORM
FIRST TIME IN PRINT! Includes NEW prologue! ABDUCTION
He steals her away to a deserted island, to the one place she's dreamed of being-the one place she can't go. He's used to buying whatever he wants, but he can't buy her.
How can she resist the magnetism of his body, the longing ache deep inside her? She wants him to take her-on her terms.
Every attempt he makes to love her only hurts her. How can they go on like this? This is the story of how she was . . .