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From the moment I laid eyes on her, I was doomed.
Quinn Whitmore was unlike any other woman in the world.
She was it for me. That spark, that instant connection, became my sole purpose for breathing.
Her laugh would take over a room.
Her smile brought me to my knees.
And her body was…pure perfection.
When I met Quinn, she was fresh off a nasty breakup and had ruled out all men. She wanted to spend the week in the Rocky Mountains unplugged from the world, unwinding and focusing on herself.

So I decided to let it go.
But my mind wouldn’t.
Every thought suddenly became consumed with Quinn, and I knew I had to have her. So when she finally agreed to a week of just sex, no strings attached, I took the deal and ran. It would give me time to fuck my Quinn obsession out of my head.
But, man, was I wrong. A week wasn’t enough. A lifetime wouldn’t be enough.

The problem…Quinn was hiding a secret—a secret that would ruin my life. And ruin it she did.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Unplugged
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.28 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published (first published November 30th 2016)


Chapter 1


Slowly, I creep up the snow-packed driveway, thankful that I have my new Jeep to navigate the slippery terrain. As I put the SUV in park, Ted opens my door, his adorable green eyes sparkling in the last of the evening sunlight.

“Fancy new car you got here,” he says. Ted is my best friend, Willow’s, husband.

“Why, thank you. I did sign the biggest client my office had this year.” He takes my hand as I steady myself, planting two feet firmly on the icy ground. A chill runs through me, and I zip my coat. “God, it’s cold.”

“But beautiful,” he says, and we both look up at the shimmering white flakes coming down hard. “Come on, let’s get inside.”

I nod and open my rear door, handing him my bag. Then we walk up to the gorgeous winter retreat that Willow’s brother, Ari, rented for the week. Every y...

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i rizky · 05-22-2018

Lies and betrayal, those made this book interesting. I was so glad Merrit and Quinn found their happy ending on their remote and unplugged home.. Good read.