RELAPSE (Sandy Heights #2) by J.P. Nicholas
“Relapse is a steamy and touching second chance romance story that should not be missed; it’s pages hold a love story that will do a number on your heart!” – Reds Romance Reviews
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I broke his heart. Now I hope he doesn’t break mine back.
Darren Gracen looks even sexier than the day I left him. Oh, and let’s not forget that panty-dropping British accent. Just being around him again is bringing back all the sweet and sinful memories we shared together. Smelling his masculine scent in the same vicinity gets me high and makes my heart flutter.
But he’s not the same man I left behind. There’s a sad, mysterious gleam in his eye. Sure, it could be that he doesn’t trust me anymore. That’s understandable, considering the circumstances of our breakup. But I can’t help but feel that it’s more than that. Like he’s hiding something behind those brooding blue eyes of his.
No matter what it is, I can’t deny it…I still want him.
About the Author:
J.P. Nicholas has the great misfortune to be A Male Romance Writer. Turns out, men are also hopeless romantics, given half the chance, and Nicholas’ fascination with love began long before he could write. His parents–high school sweethearts who are still mad for each other–left him enamored with the idea of true love, and its ability to transform and redeem even the most jaded soul. Nicholas lives to capture this magic, lust, and passion on the page; his characters known for their sizzling chemistry and chest-squeezing plot lines.
When J.P. Nicholas isn’t tapping away at his laptop, he can be found in his home state of Florida, binge-watching This Is Us with his girlfriend, or devouring Italian food with his family. His latest novel, Just Pretend, is a friends-to-lovers drama and the first in his new Sandy Heights series, to be released in June. Get in touch with the author via Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, or his website.
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Aly and Darren fell in love and were planning their future after they finished college until she chose to end their relationship rather than work through their problems. She left town to pursue the future they planned alone until she returns home years later never having found what she was looking for.
Darren stayed in their hometown and created a new life for himself until not only is Aly back in town but they find themselves working together. Neither time nor distance has diminished the chemistry and connection between them but is it enough to overcome the past so that they can have a future together?
Darren and Aly have always belonged together and with maturity and understanding they may finally have the life they were destined to have.