Series: Players to Lovers #1
tonight and her baby girl might be taken away from me, too, if I don’t find
Lily’s father before she’s ripped out of my life and given to another family.
know who he is. He’s my best friend’s ex, and I hate him in memory and on
but I don’t love him. Even if he does whatever it takes to make me trust him,
and it seems he’s determined to do exactly that.
little of my heart left, and I can’t—won’t—reserve any of it for that bastard,
prodigy, success was laid out in golden dollar signs—until an injury so
cringe-worthy it went viral laid me out for good.
discovered booze and sex, and I get both whenever I want.
up at my literal doorstep, telling me about a baby I never knew I had.
with tears her eyes, I have a sick feeling my world is about to spin out again.
because in no life plan did I think I’d raise a daughter, and I sure as hell
didn’t think I’d fall in love with the woman that comes with her.
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
Brace yourself for an ugly cry that’s completely worth it. Trusting you ripped my heart out before putting it back together better than before. The emotions are real and powerful in this book! I was glued to the pages desperate too see Carter and Locke get the happiness they more than deserved after all they’ve both gone through. Their story may not be the easiest but it’s definitely one of the most beautiful.
Two people who’ve lost more than anyone ever should and a precious baby girl loved so fiercely they’d sacrifice anything for her. While the losses tore my heart to shreds the love that grew from them is so absolutely beautiful it makes every tear worth it. Both Carter and Locke grow exponentially throughout this book as they unravel more and more about each other and learn more about themselves.
What starts as devastating begins to grow into a breathtaking love that can stand through anything life throws at them. Ketley Allison delivers a powerfully emotional romance that will stick with you long after you’ve finished reading in Trusting You.
through the doorway. “I’m not going to abscond with your baby.”
he says it, and in those brief seconds, I detect nothing but irritation.
but I’m coming to understand that about Locke. The conflict and layers and
constant upkeep it takes for him to keep pretending everything in his life is
the lightness—and descend the staircase sideways. Lily smacks at my face and
tries to palm my nose. I blow a raspberry at her, but I’m thinking about the
man I left behind, and how I’m coming to learn that sometimes, it’s not
kindness I crave.
impact unearths a sexual lust coiled beneath my bones.
form of grief, thinking everything will to be all right, like when the
treatment’s working and Paige has more energy, before the crash of devastation
when told there’s nothing more that can be done.
anger to happiness to sweetness, then back to anger, in such a short amount of
time, has me wanting to lift my dress and deal with the overdrive in an
entirely different way. I want to straddle him, to massage and kiss and tame
always been a romantic at heart. That passion ignited when she realized she
could put those dreams into words and her soul into characters. Ketley was born
in Canada, moved to Australia when she was thirteen, to California when she was
twenty, and finally to New York to attend law school, but most of that time was
spent sitting in coffee shops and wine bars thinking of her next book.
include coffee, wine, Big Macs, her cat, and her husband, possibly in that