Gambled, TITAN SERIES #4
Brock Gamble’s epic fall from the Titan Group labeled him a traitor. He betrayed his men. He failed his family. And when he thought he’d hit the lowest point, his wife walked out with their children, leaving him alone to drown himself in the bottle.
Surviving an abduction didn’t end the nightmare for Sarah Gamble. The aftershocks of post-traumatic stress disorder hit her hard. Self-doubt and confusion. Anger and hurt. Running away was an easy escape until Brock shows up on her doorstep offering a trip to paradise and a promise to fix their marriage.
Before the couple can search for answers, Brock is pulled back into the very world that Sarah is so scared of—kidnapping, cartels, and guns—and the stakes are too high for either one of them to ignore.
Brock started with the section Sarah had titled Secrets and ended with her bulleted Bucket List. No way was he writing down anything comparable. First, because his self-worth as a husband had drained down the shitter, and, second, because his thoughts were all shock ’n awed.
Looking from the purple notebook to the sleeping beauty, he knew his eyebrows neared his hairline. Knew there was a perma-blush dyeing his cheeks. What he hadn’t known was his wife.
As the jet descended, Sarah stirred. His heart clattered inside his chest. Not rhythmic. Definitely sporadic and panicked and turned-the-hell-on.
She would ask if he’d read her notebook. He could lie and say no. He could combust and say yes. Or he could just look at her the way he knew he was looking at her now, and she wouldn’t have to ask the question.
His skin was crawling, burning to touch her. Be with her. Make her read aloud everything she’d penned on paper.
Fuck, man. He needed off this plane. Now.
Wheels hit the ground, and Sarah’s eyes cracked open, locking on his. She didn’t blink. Didn’t smile. Didn’t have to. “You read it.”
One short chop of his head issued a confirmation.
“What’d you think?”
He blew out a hard breath, feeling too confined by the seat belt and his pants. “That we’re not having this conversation in the front row of first class.”
She giggled. Giggled. Her cheeks pinked, and goddamn, if this plane didn’t get to the gate and un-board them, he was going to pull the emergency hatch.
Never. Again. Would he fly commercial. Never.
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