Coming this month from Love Is A Drug, Ink is the finale to the Trouble In Paradise series Until My Last Breath. This romantic suspense story closes the chapter on Victoria and Joshua’s love story as well as their friends Dante and Shay, Caroline and Greg, and their nemesis Danielle. If you’ve never read Trouble In Paradise, I insist that you do so before picking up this book! The series is as follows;
The finale picks up right were For Better and Worse left off. Check out the book blurb;
In the finale of the Trouble in Paradise series, Victoria finds herself in the worst position of all, hanging by her wrists in the basement of Caroline’s three story house. She knew that her own actions had sealed her fate and landed her in this position, but how will she survive it? After seeking help to get past his many infidelities, Joshua goes on the hunt for Victoria when he receives a cryptic telephone call from her. Instantly, he rushes to her rescue, but will he be too late?
Danielle’s misery becomes unbearable when her efforts to reach out to Joshua fail. Instead of going after him with vengeance, she falls into a deep depression. Her best friend, January, tries to pull her out of her funk when a person from January’s past resurfaces, determined to steal her heart again.
Have these couples finally hit rock bottom or will they fight for love until their last breath?
Until My Last Breath releases this month June 28, 2016. Be the first to get your copy and pre-order today.
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