To Take (Crimson Trails #4)

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Zen Mitchell was in absolutely no rush to get married. It didn’t matter how frantically her parents searched for her husband, Zen found contentment and peace in her life of singleness. That may have had a lot to do with how fulfilling her friendship was with Cason.

Cason Jackson wanted nothing more than to get married. For years, he submitted to his parents’ desire to arrange his marriage. When he meets Shantae in Memphis, Cason considers moving there to give their relationship a genuine chance to grow.

It isn’t until Cason is prepared to fully commit himself to Shantae that his parents bless him with his betrothal box. His promised wife? Zen Mitchell – Cason’s best friend. In their defense, Cason’s parents assure him that they had such a hard time finding his wife because she was hidden in the role of his best friend.

The problem – neither Cason or Zen want to risk losing their friendship for love. The promised lovers are convinced that their betrothal can only lead to one of two things happening – their friendship becoming the foundation for a loveless marriage, or their friendship ending completely when forced to reach levels it was never intended to reach. Will they suffer for risking their friendship? Or will true love step in with a completely different plan?

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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