Gripped  by Katy Baker

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There is no such thing as a hero.
If you want justice in this world you make it yourself. That’s why I became a lawyer. I don’t trust anyone, not since the night I saw my mother murdered. But when tattooed, gorgeous Cole Davies saves my life from the very criminals I swore to fight, my armor begins to crumble. He’s dangerous. He has dark secrets. I know I should walk away but I can’t. I want to peel back his layers, see what lies beneath.
But I’m terrified of what I’ll find there.

I’ve been broken for a long time. I had a life once. A future. Then I made a mistake and that future was shattered. Now I live in a world of violence, where everyone is out for themselves and you have to watch your back. I trust no one. Until I meet Olivia. She’s intelligent, beautiful. And dangerous. I should walk away but I can’t. She’s breaking down my walls. But if I let her, I’ll lose her.

I can’t be her hero. No matter how much I want to be.

Gripped is an 18000 word New Adult Romance novella.

I’m hooked on this story and looking forward to the next book. Liv is a serious criminal lawyer who doesn’t have time for a social life. Cole is a bad boy with lots of secrets. Their attraction is undeniable. Even though Liv tells herself she should stay away from him, she can’t seem to do it. It’s the same for Cole who knows he’s not good enough for Liv. This ends in a cliffhanger. I hope we don’t have to wait long for the rest of their story

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