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Riley Beckett's past just came back to haunt her ... and this time he's got a gun. UNFORGIVEN ... click image.

UNFORGIVEN’s Gage and Riley have a very heated past, and things between them aren’t looking to cool down any time soon. :c) Note: This scene includes a non-explicit reference to intimacy.

“I need to know what’s going on with you and Colt.”

Startled, Riley looked up to see Gage filling the doorway. His head tipped so his hair fell forward across his face, giving her the kind of view that made a girl think of sex. Or remember it. Tingles shot through her with the phantom feel of his hair brushing her face, of her fingers clutching the strands as they drifted between her thighs.

But if he shared her thoughts, there was nothing to indicate it. He leaned against the doorframe without expression, his brooding demeanor stealing half the square footage from the room.

She sighed. “You want to sit down? All of that hulking isn’t conducive to conversation.”

He snorted. “And you think me joining you on a bed will be?”


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Riley Beckett’s past just came back to haunt her . . . and this time, he’s got a gun.

When Gage Lawton finds his brother shot dead on his back porch, every shred of evidence points to one person: Gage’s former lover, Riley. He and she didn’t part ways on good terms, and he’s not planning to rekindle anything now–not when he’s got a revolver pointed at her head and a finger on the trigger.

A year after Riley swore she and Gage were over, he returns in a hail of gunfire. One look into those achingly familiar blue eyes and she knows how wrong she was to let him go, but now far more than their heated past stands in the way. A twist of fate puts them in the crosshairs of a killer, leaving Riley with two slim options:  trust her greatest betrayer or face a murderer on her own.