To Take (Crimson Trails #3)

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Tristan and Amalah were high school sweethearts. Even though they knew the risk of falling in love with each other they allowed their love to grow anyway. Worst case scenario, they would move out of Crimson Trails and create their own happily ever after to avoid being promised to someone else.

When Tristan suddenly broke up with Amalah a week before she graduated college, her entire world came crashing down. Even though she stayed in Crimson Trails, Amalah was sure her parents would never be able to find her husband for her. Five years later, she receives the coveted betrothal box with its customary white ribbon and cries when she looks inside.

All Tristan has is ninety days to prove to Amalah that her heart is safe with him. He has ninety days to prove to Amalah that although he broke up with her years ago, there is nothing more that he wants than to be her husband. Will he be able to succeed? Or will her lack of faith and trust in him be too tall of a wall for him to climb over to get to her heart?

Please note: “To Take: Crimson Trails Series” is an ongoing novella series spinoff from “To Take: A Novella.” Each story will be a completely different couple, and the couples do not connect in any way besides being in the same town. The series can be read in any order. There will be no cliffhangers.

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