What happened in chapters 19 – 24?:
Clair wants to know if AJ and her mom are dating. Clair tells AJ that she thinks her mom is currently with her father, Fred, but she’d told AJ she had a last minute thing at work. AJ confronts her about Fred and Addison tells AJ the truth about him and almost everything – about how he got in touch with her in the last year, about how he keeps popping up, and is still in love with her. AJ is pissed and jealous as the idea of her talking to him, but he’s also upset that she lied to him.
Not long after, though, AJ finds out from his sister that Addison also lied to him about something else – she’d withheld information about Kelli and Isaiah’s potential relationship. He schemes with Emi about what could possibly be going on.
One day Clair, Addison, and AJ are out to the movies and Addison has to take a phone call. AJ lets Clair have some of his ice cream, not realizing how serious Clair’s allergies are, and she ends up falling into anaphylactic shock and eventually slips into a coma. AJ blames himself, and even though Addison tells him it wasn’t his fault – it was hers for not paying more attention – she still wants to break things off with him. She hasn’t given herself enough time to focus on Clair because she’s been so distracted by AJ and she never wants that to happen again.
“Whatever happened, they had this.”
“AJ was hands down the most intense man she’d ever met.”
Why do you think Addison won’t trust AJ with the information about who Clair’s fatehr is?
Having made it to the major leagues, AJ “Rage” Romero is determined to shake the stigma his temper has earned him over the years. He’s finally managed a shaky hold of that elusive self-control.
Until he meets them . . .
Without warning, his coach and mentor’s brilliantly gifted granddaughter Clair and her equally amazing mother Addison Lara blow into AJ’s life. The harder he falls for Addison, the closer and more attached he becomes to Clair.
Having fallen so fast and hard, he agrees to respect the understandably protective single mother’s wish to forever keep the identity of Clair’s absent father unknown to everyone–including AJ.
But when the ugly truth about Clair’s dad begins to surface, the fire in AJ’s fiercely possessive heart is lit. As more of the troubling reality comes to light, his zero tolerance for secrets and dishonesty put his temper–and his love for Addison–to the ultimate test.
Self-control has never felt so impossible.
RAGE is a STANDALONE sexy romance with a alpha male hero that will make you tremble. It has an HEA and NO cliffhanger!! It is suitable for ages 17+
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About Elizabeth Reyes
Award winning, USA Today Bestselling Author, Elizabeth Reyes continues to answer her calling on a daily basis. Since releasing her debut novel FOREVER MINE (MORENO BROTHERS #1) in 2010 she has since published seven more in that series, FOREVER YOURS, SWEET SOFIE, WHEN YOU WERE MINE, ALWAYS BEEN MINE, ROMERO, MAKING YOU MINE, and TANGLED with more stories about the Moreno family and their friends to come. She’s also published a second series, 5th Street which includes, NOAH, GIO, HECTOR, ABEL. FELIX. Her Moreno Brother’s spinoff series FATE includes FATE, BREAKING BRANDON, SUSPICIOUS MINDS and AGAIN (Sydney’s story). Her debut traditionally published title is DESERT HEAT and her latest release is her first ever three part romance serial DEFINING LOVE.
When she’s not writing (which is rare) she spends as much time as she can with her husband of almost twenty-one years, two young adult children, her Great Dane, Dexter and big fat lazy cat named Tyson.