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Publisher's Summary

A world-renowned extreme athlete. A motivational speaker and philanthropist. He thinks they’re a match destined for heaven. She’s convinced they’re polar opposites. 

Bridger Hawk has been in love with Avalyn Shaman since childhood. He knows he’ll never be worthy of her charitable heart, so he throws himself into a life-threatening extreme sports career. When they reconnect at his brother’s wedding, he can’t resist kissing her at every opportunity. She demands he stay away from her and her heart. After multiple rejections, he gathers what’s left of his pride and leaves. 

Avalyn has always loved Bridger, but he shredded her heart in high school and she knows, given a chance, he’ll do it again. When she’s kidnapped and forced to be the pawn and prize in dangerous events that risk her life and her virtue, Bridger is forced to compete in the deranged challenges and is the only hope she has to survive. Can Bridger win and prove to her that his love isn’t just a show for his fans?

Bridger knows he has to save Avalyn at all costs - even if it means he can't have her. 

©2018 Cami Checketts (P)2020 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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