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I read this in one sitting from beginning to end, it was that good. Exes are always trouble, but it's even worse when you're set up for their murder and have to deal with the family. Being alone is never fun or easy, but that's what Riely deals with until Gage comes back into her life. Loved reading this.

Nobody expects to come home and find a gun pointed at their head. They don't expect to be accused of killing their ex by the ex's brother. They definitely don't expect the weapon to be from the gun of their dead father. They also don't expect to be shot at and run for their lives. All this and more happens to Riely and it was just pitiful. She was a lot nicer than me in some situation because I would have tried to kill him. You don't point a gun my way unless you plan on using it and are a good shot. It was very adventurous.

Book Blurb for Forsaken

Her past is back to haunt her—and this time, it’s got a gun.

When Gage Lawton finds his brother shot to death on his back porch, every shred of evidence points to one person: Gage’s ex-lover, Riley Beckett. The only gun in town that fires a bullet of that caliber belongs to her.

Certain the shooting is payback for his part in the loss of her parents, he abandons his promise to stay out of her life and confronts her, his rage backed up with a revolver. Yet when she steps through the door, all thoughts of revenge burn to ashes.

A year after Riley unwillingly walked away from Gage, she enters her home to find him sitting in the dark, gun pointed at her head. One look into those achingly familiar blue eyes reminds her how wrong she was to let him go. But now there’s more standing between them than their heated past.

A twist of fate—and a hail of sniper bullets—puts them in the cross hairs of a killer, leaving Riley with just two slim options: trust her greatest betrayer, or face a murderer alone.

This book has been previously published.

Warning: Prepare to get caught in a crossfire of profanity, danger, and desire. Intense violence may trigger the desire to wear body armor…and take it off. Very, very slowly.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2014 4.50