Saint View Prison, #2
In the middle of a prison riot, the psychopath who murdered my sister holds me hostage. Soulless eyes black, bloodied knife in his hand, my name a whispered threat on his lips.
My only hope is the three men fighting for my heart…and their lives.
Separated in the chaos, flames surround Rowe, the growly prison guard who acts like he hates me but always has my back.
Liam, my lawyer on the outside. I’ve only just realized the depth of my feelings for the boy I once despised in high school. I dragged him into all of this and now I need his help more than ever.
And cornered by violent criminals is Heath, the prisoner I’ve fallen for more with every day he’s been incarcerated. I know he’s innocent and I’m here to prove it, but I won’t get the chance if he doesn’t make it through the riot with his life.
I came here for one thing but with new prisoners comes new threats. As sins are exposed and secrets unravel, one thing becomes apparent.
The killer may not be as obvious as the man with his fingers wrapped around my throat.
Solitary Sinners is an adult, #whychoose romance, meaning the main character has more than one love interest. This book contains enemies-to-lovers and romantic suspense / dark themes that may trigger some readers. It contains a male/male storyline. It is the second book in an ongoing trilogy and cannot be read as a standalone. Start the series with Locked Up Liars.
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“Fine, Mae. What do you want me to say? That I care about you? That I want you? That I can’t stand the sight of his hands on you because I wish it were me? You made your choice. You’re with him. Or Liam. Fuck, I don’t know. I don’t get to do that with you. I get it. But I’m not going to stand here and fucking watch.”
I faltered, a stupid daydream shattering into smithereens. Because he was right. My head had been filled with ideas of the three of them – Rowe, Heath, and Liam. Liam had encouraged them by being seemingly open to the idea of sharing. And seeing Colt happy with his family had lulled me into the idea that a four-person relationship could work. Somewhere along the way, I’d gotten lost in those daydreams, not really thinking about the fact that Heath and Rowe wouldn’t feel the same.