Series: A Northbridge Nights Novel
Author: Jackie Wang
Genre: Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Release Date: July 22, 2017
Brandy Paige – “This is such a enjoyable that will give you roller coaster of emotions..”
Excessive Reader – “This book has so many secrets I didn’t see coming, I don’t want to give away any of the fun.”
Natalie – “I enjoyed the twists and turns throughout the book that kept me captivated the whole way through.”
First, he broke my heart. Then, he ripped it out of my chest.
Fifteen years ago, Beckett Longstead broke up with me, then disappeared.
One stormy night, he shows up at my doorstep bloodied and bruised, begging me for help.
I should’ve shut the door in his face. Should’ve left him to bleed.
But instead, I take him in and fix him, just like when we were teenagers.
Beckett has secrets, though, and everything about him screams guilt.
He’s hiding something terrible, but he won’t tell me what.
He claims he can’t remember. That he has amnesia.
He’s sick, plagued by nightmares, and his memory loss troubles me.
But he’s got no one else.
So against my better judgment, I welcome him into my home, and back into my vulnerable heart.
Little did I know, his sins would destroy us.
Little did I know, his secrets would ruin everything.
Beckett’s childhood has been awful losing his parents, dealing with his sick grandfather and then top it off dealing with a very abusive step mother. Beckett’s light to the darkness is Terri until Beckett leaves. Fifteen years go by and Beckett is at the door all beaten up and of course Terri takes care of him. But what secrets is Beckett hiding? What happened Fifteen years ago? Can Terri really trust Beckett? My favorite part was when Terri really proved how strong of a woman she truly is and loving! Very intense and shocking moments that had me gasping and turning the pages wanting more! 5 Stars
JACKIE WANG lives in Vancouver, Canada with her real-life alpha hero and their rambunctious daughter. When she’s not writing, Jackie is binge-reading, gorging on expensive chocolates, or fiddling around with Photoshop.