Welcome back to The Indigo lounge, the scandalously sexy sky-high playground where anything can happen. Buckle up. Emotional turbulence guaranteed...
SOAR, the sizzling conclusion to the next duet in the Indigo Lounge Series.
Seven Nights, Seven Highs…the story continues!
Dark and sinfully sexy Noah King thought he'd left his past behind in New York. He should have known better. The past isn't not done with him yet.
Leia Michaels thought she was finally free. Free of the shadows of her past. Free to contemplate a future with Noah. She should have known better. The past isn't done with her either.
Perfect for lovers of Sylvia Day's Crossfire series, SOAR is the conclusion to the scorching duet in the bestselling Indigo Lounge series. Step back aboard and check your inhibitions at the door.
*Warning* This book contains explicit sexual scenarios that will make your pulse explode. 18+ only.
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“It’s fine. I get it.” His voice held cold, bleak acceptance. Its roughness tore at her shredded heart. “Things are a little too messed up for you.”
“No! I mean yes, they are, but I’m doing this for you, Noah.”
“Like hell you are!” He gestured indoors to the two people seated out of sight. “He tells you to jump and you can’t wait to say how high!”
“Warren has nothing to do with this,” she shouted. “Credit me with knowing my own damn mind.”
He seized her nape, forced her gaze upward to meet his. “If he’s got nothing to do with this—with us—then stay. God, baby, did last night mean nothing to you?”
Memory slammed into her, making her tremble. “Of course it did. This isn’t easy for me.”
“But you’re doing it anyway. Do you really have so little faith in us?” he demanded gruffly, sliding his thumb back and forth over the short hairs above her ear. She knew he loved that patch of shaved hair. He’d been fascinated with it since they moment they met.
God, had it only been five short days ago that she’d walked into the Indigo Lounge’s Ozone Bar and seen him for the first time?
She wasn’t ashamed to admit Noah King had become her whole world in a stupidly short time.
And now she had to walk away.