Author: Linda Kage
Published by Self-Published
Release Date April 29, 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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After I caught my boyfriend cheating, I tried to be mature about it with an amicable split. But he took his retaliation too far, and I have officially had enough. No more Miss Nice Haven.
No one is allowed to lie to me, betray, embarrass, and devastate me, fill me with self-doubt, or put my future at risk, and expect to get away with it. He is going to feel my wrath.
Enter Wick Webster, his archenemy.
Nothing would provoke my ex more than to see me moving on with the one guy he hates most, so that’s exactly what I plan to do.
The only hitch in my brilliant scheme is Wick himself. He’s just gotta be all love-not-war and peace-is-the-only-way. He’s more concerned about helping me heal than seeking my sweet revenge.
And what the hell is it about his soothing presence and yummy looks that calls to me until I forget how much pain I’m in? He’s making it awfully hard to use and abuse him for my malicious means. The damn guy is making me fall for him.
Title: The Revenge Plan
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Linda Kage
Release Date: April 29, 2019
“I’m sorry,” she sobbed, soaking my collar with tears. “I’m such a mess. I’m so sorry. I don’t know why I’m crying. Why do I just keep crying? I thought I was done with that bullshit. I never used to cry like this, especially in front of people. And now, it’s all I seem to do.”
“It’s fine. Don’t apologize,” I murmured, pressing my cheek to her hair. “You’re not a mess.”
“I’m a fucking mess,” she argued brokenly. “I…I…I just don’t get how things keep feeling worse and worse. When is it going to get better again?”
I shook my head. “Sometimes, you have to sink all the way to the bottom of the pool before you can reach a sturdy enough base to really push yourself back up to the surface again.”
“But it feels like I’ve been sinking forever,” she sobbed, clutching my shirt. “It feels like I’m drowning. Wick…”
“Shh. You’re not drowning,” I assured her. “I won’t let you drown.”
I kissed her hair. “Of course.”
Nodding as if comforted, she kept her face buried in my shirt and mumbled, “Okay. Thank you. Okay. But can I… Can I hold onto you a minute longer, just until I get my balance back?”
“You can hold onto me as long as you need.”