Two men with nothing in common. An instant connection neither man expects. It’s an obsession born.
When his car gets recalled, River dreads a day wasted at the dealership. The sexy and overly helpful mechanic in charge of his car has him feeling a little better about the inconvenience. When his Mr. Fix-it, Nash, offers to do some extra work on River’s car after hours for free, River can’t pass up the deal. He never expects Nash to be kind, funny, and overwhelming. River definitely never expects Nash to steal his heart.
Even as Nash hears himself offer to work on River’s car for free, he has no idea what’s gotten into him. River is a tiny thing who looks skittish and entirely too breakable. Nash has never been accused of being any of those things. He’s big, rough around the edges, and terrible at picking up men. No one is more surprised than Nash at how easily and quickly he finds his heart snagged by the guileless River. He’ll do anything to make River his, even if it means upending his own life.
When two men from different worlds find themselves on common ground, both will have to find the strength to face their pasts if they hope to be together. Otherwise, they might miss a real shot at love.
Heart-jacked is the first book in bestselling author Charity Parkerson’s Messy Hearts series. Messy Hearts is a series about imperfect men with messy lives who find something beautiful with their other halves. Hopefully, you’ll find a couple to love.
Two men made weary by life. A vow to accept each other as they are. Together, they’re building a beautiful future… no matter what anyone thinks.
When Jason moves to Vegas to start a new life, the first friend he makes is in the same boat: new in town with only business acquaintances to call friends. Jason is immediately drawn to the bitterness Raiden doesn’t try to hide. Since he’s lived his life forced to tell lies, Jason doesn’t hold back with Raiden. He dumps all the truth and ugliness on him the first time they meet. No one is more surprised than Jason at Raiden’s acceptance of a criminal past that would send anyone else straight for the hills.
Raiden is used to men chasing him. After all, he gets paid because of his looks. Despite Jason literally chasing him down in a parking lot, Jason is different. He doesn’t expect Raiden to smile, be quiet, and look pretty. Jason has something unique Raiden can’t resist. Raiden can’t explain why he keeps letting Jason deeper into his life. All Raiden knows is, he can’t withstand another loss. He needs Jason to be exactly who he claims to be, because Raiden is too weak to fight against life any longer.
When two men with equally broken lives come together, no one trusts their love as real. Not even them. Someone will have to be the first to challenge the odds, or they’ll miss out on a lifetime of happiness.
Cruz thought they were perfect. Ford couldn’t take the loneliness any longer. Everything will need to change to save them.
Ford has been Cruz’s best friend for a few years. Their friends with benefits arrangement has always worked for Cruz. Cruz isn’t seeing anyone else. He assumes Ford is the same. It’s a perfect relationship as far as Cruz is concerned. He’s too busy running his successful custom bike shop to look too closely at their relationship. Then it’s gone.
Since Ford met Cruz, he’s been in love. Despite Cruz’s inability to see anything beyond his success, Cruz is still pretty amazing. He’s gorgeous and fun. He’s that guy who never loses. The problem is, Cruz doesn’t love Ford. He could walk away anytime, and Ford wants someone who can’t live without him. Ford knows there’s no way he’ll ever have a normal life with Cruz, and as long as he stays close by, he’ll never stop saying yes when Cruz calls. That’s why he takes a job over three hundred miles away from the man who owns his heart. It’s the only way he’ll ever be free.
When Ford drops the news that’s he’s done and moving away, Cruz has to find a way to stop him. Everything he believed about their relationship has to change. While Cruz has no intention of letting Ford get away, this might be the one time he doesn’t get his way.