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A Beautiful Danger by Lilliana Anderson

Title: A Beautiful Danger
Series: Beautiful #7
Author: Lilliana Anderson
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: June 21, 2017
Bad boys. They’ve been Ruby Garvan’s weakness since she
started dating. But, when one of them took the ‘bad’ in the ‘boy’ too far, her
bones broke… along with her spirit.
She swore she’d never go down that road again. Her next
boyfriend would be a ‘nice guy’—a man with integrity, goals and a heart of
Armed with a stack of inspirational quotes and a list of
traits her new man must have, Ruby goes in search of her happily ever after.
She’s convinced she’s found it with her self-defence
instructor—a kind hearted man named Joel, who cares for her deeply. But when
Flynn Trotsky literally slams into her life with the force of a steam train, he
quickly derails her plans with his unwavering interest and refusal to take no
for an answer.
After a drunken night of far too much honesty, the two
strike a deal—two weeks for Flynn to show Ruby that he’s not the bad boy she
thinks he is. If he can’t convince her, he’ll go away for good this time.
Ruby doesn’t think he stands a chance against her resolve to
turn her life around, and agrees to get the pesky dare-devil out of her way and
hopefully out of her mind.
But, when your friends are all on his side, the chemistry
just might be too palpable for even the most stubborn red-head to ignore…. 
Standalone New Adult Romance featuring mature scenes.


Review by Candy:
This was a great read. Loved it! Here we have the perspective from Ruby one of the main characters in this story. We will read this story from her point of view and it’s a good view. She will let us know why she is the way she is and the path she is taking in her life. Hello from Down Under is where this story takes place. Australia sounds like a great place to surf with the story told here and parkour is something I never heard of till now. Parkour as described by Ruby is free running with jumping from object to object, interesting type of exercise. When stories are told from different states or continents you get a new perspective on traveling. Ruby has been broken and wants to rebuild herself in this contemporary love story. Flynn literally crashes into her and this is where the story really begins to form. It’s an interesting story of boy meets girl and wants to be with her but she doesn’t want to be with him. Will Ruby give Flynn the chance he wants to change her mind or will she lose what could be the best thing for her? “A lot happened to me to this point. I was the wild girl. Crazy decisions were the only ones I made. But a life like that has costs. I’ve already paid a heavy price. Right now, all I’m trying to do is take all of my broken pieces and turn them into a mosaic instead of just gluing them back together in the same old shape they always were” – Ruby Lilliana has done a great job with this story and it was a pleasure to read. Her style of writing just flows and you get in touch with the character through Lilliana’s writing. A must read stand alone with a happy ending. I will be reading more work by Lilliana in the future. 5 Stars
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Author Bio
Author of the Beautiful Series, Drawn, and 47 Things, Lilliana has always loved
to read and write, considering it the best form of escapism that the world has
to offer.
Australian born and bred, she writes New Adult Romance revolving around her
authentically Aussie characters with all the quirks you’d expect from those
born Down Under.

Lilliana believes the world should know Australia for more than just its
beaches and outback. Book after book, she successfully brings to life city and
suburban characters much to her readers’ delight.

When she isn’t writing, she wears the hat of ‘wife and mother’ to her husband
and four children.

Lilliana turned to writing, she worked in a variety of industries and studied
humanities and communications before transferring to commerce/law at
Originally from Sydney’s Western suburbs, she currently lives a fairly quiet
life in suburban Melbourne.


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