Cover Reveal Tailspin by Anna Paige

Jun 022021
 

Tailspin by Anna Paige (The Driven World)

Tailspin is a sexy, swoon-worthy contemporary romance novel written in K. Bromberg’s Driven World Project.

Aidan

When I left Harrington Heights, I vowed never to return.
In the years that followed, I built not one empire but two.
Aidan Wright no longer existed.
Now, I was Aidan Decker.
Finance mogul. Race team owner.
I had the world at my feet.
I should have been happy.
Or, if not happy, at least content.
But I was neither.
What was worse; I had no idea what to do to fix it.
Not until an old friend talked me into coming dangerously close to the hometown I despised to celebrate his upcoming nuptials.
A bachelor party.
At a gentleman’s club.
And who should appear onstage but the only girl I’d ever loved.
The girl I couldn’t bear to hold back because I knew she was destined for so much more than “The Heights” had to offer.
More than I had to offer back then.
The girl who’d long ago abandoned this place to chase her dreams of starring on Broadway.
Dreams changed; I knew that better than anyone.
But there was one dream I’d held tight to since I was fourteen.
And it was right in front of me for the first time in a decade.
I wasn’t about to let her go a second time.

Kinlee

Aidan Decker.
Everyone knew the name.
Even I knew it, if only in passing.
But until I strolled into the club that night, I had no idea that Aidan Decker was Aidan Wright.
My Aidan.
My best friend growing up.
The one who bid me goodbye on graduation day with a single, sweet kiss and a promise I never forgot.
Not even after ten years apart.
Unfortunately, we were completely different people now.
Maybe all that had changed about him was his name.
But my whole world imploded and the girl he knew was long gone.
The friend he’d shared his dreams with was living in a nightmare, one to which he didn’t deserve to be exposed.
All that was left was pain and fear and the will to survive.
There was no way I could let Aidan back in.
No matter how much I wanted to.
We might have been in the same room for the first time in years, but we were still worlds apart.

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