🎧The Sin of Kissing You from Maya Hughes on Audio!🎧
I don’t deserve her forgiveness, but I can’t stop fighting for it.
Bay ran from me four years ago, and I can’t blame her. I broke her heart and my own with one split second mistake. Now, we’re thrown together for four weeks. Training camp after the draft is the final step to cement my pro football careers, but after seeing her again, she’s the only future I want.
If I were a better guy, I’d walk away and let her live her life. Maybe I haven’t learned my lesson yet because I can’t stop thinking about her. And I won’t stop until she knows how much I still love her.
The sins of my past are hard to run from, but I’ll battle every single one, if it means one more chance with her.
The Sin of Kissing You is the second book in the new Fulton U universe sports romance, Falling trilogy.
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It’s been four years since the event that ended Keyton and Bay’s relationship and changed the course of their lives. Keyton’s future is bright as he has finished college and is preparing to start his professional football career when Bay comes back into his life. From the moment he sees her again all the feelings come rushing back like a tsunami and although his past is still a complication, he can’t imagine a future without Bay in it.
When her relationship ended with Keyton Bay had no choice but to forge a future for herself. She has now finished college and is no longer the girl that he used to know. She is already conflicted about her future so having him reappear in her life becomes another challenge she must face. Her feelings for him still run deep but trust is an issue both when it comes to him and herself.
The chemistry and connection between them is stronger than ever but both Bay and Keyton are at a crossroads personally and professionally. The characters draw you in and the plot keeps you guessing and leaves you wanting the conclusion of Bay and Keaton’s story. Both narrators did a wonderful job of ensuring that you could feel all the same emotions and angst that Keyton and Bay were feeling.