"Life is not measured by the breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."
A New Adult Romance Novel.
Bad boy professional Motocross rider, Jesse Morrison, knows how to leave an impression. Except lately, it has mostly been bad impressions. Frustrated and wounded, he surrounds himself with women, booze and drugs. After getting kicked out of his brother's house, he relocates to California for the summer to crash at his uncle's place.
In Santa Monica, Jesse meets the one woman who can lead him back on the right path, beautiful twenty-two year old, Niki Milani. Only one problem; she is not interested. Niki has her own demons to fight. A past that left her emotionally abandoned by her own blood, her father. She keeps her heart guarded and finds it difficult to trust a man again. Especially not a bad boy player who is more messed up than she. However, Jesse never backs down from a challenge. Armed with a sizzling attraction, he is determined to prove to Niki that there is more to him than what appears on the surface. That he is the one who can heal her heart.
The story of Jesse and Niki is a New Adult Romance that will leave you breathless.
Jesse Morrison is on a one-way trip to Trouble USA and he is travelling at the speed of light. After a tragic accident leaves him unable to race anymore, he dives headlong into drinking, girls and drugs. His older brother has had enough and sends him to California to clear his head and spend some time with his uncle, Kenny. While working at Kenny’s bar, Jesse meets a girl that captivates him as no other ever has.
“I never had much faith in love or miracles. For me, love had always been more about physical release than anything else, but when I saw Niki, something was different. My heart skipped a beat and I felt driven to be with her by some unexplainable force. I knew I would pursue her with everything I had, even if she had some loser boyfriend. I had to give it a shot. I couldn’t deny the emotions churning inside and my instincts told me she felt it too.”
“But this was more than just a game. Jesse burrowed into my heart and this time, I was playing for keeps.”