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The kids are back to school, second waves are coming & everything’s a bit meh. So I thought I’d offer a pick me up & put This Cruel Love out for free today. It’s a stand-alone, enemies-to-lovers, second chance romance. I hope Jackson can give you a little lift. 😉

Purchase link- http://mybook.to/Thiscruellove

Blurb

Ryley
Don’t trust the fairy tales. They trick you into believing true love will appear on the back of a white horse, in the form of a perfect, handsome Prince Charming. Most of the time, Prince Charming turns out to be even more deceptive and evil than the wolf himself. I thought I’d met my soul mate at high school. Turned out my Mr Wright was so very wrong.
Jackson
I live in a cruel and unforgiving world. I learnt from an early age how vicious life can be, but I’m a survivor. Life may have dragged me down to the depths of hell, but I know how to dance with the devil. Sometimes bad things happen to good people for no other reason than to remind us that this life is cruel. Sometimes good people are pushed to do very bad things to right the wrongs of another. But when all is said and done, we need to ask ourselves… how far would you go to protect the ones you love?

Ryley thinks she has her whole life mapped out. Her happily ever after with her high school sweetheart, Justin, is already planned down to the very last detail. But life doesn’t always work out the way we expect it to. And when demons from Justin’s life threaten to destroy everything they’ve built up, Ryley finds herself thrown into a world of deception, lies and confusion. Truths get twisted, love and hate walk a dubious thin line, and the enemy you think you know isn’t always what they seem.

This book serves as a reminder that the first Prince Charming to cross your path isn’t always the hero in your happily ever after. *An enemies-to-lovers, second-chance novel. Although this story isn’t a dark read, there are elements of darkness within it, so please take note of the trigger warnings. There are also cameos from Luca’s story in this book. However, you don’t have to read Luca to enjoy this; it can be read as a standalone. .

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