Between City and Sea carries on directly from Stories from the City, following the characters as they deal with the fallout from a dramatic climax of events.
It brings to the spotlight one very lovable background character from the first book, introducing Ritchie Carlton as the narrator. It's very hard not to be enamoured with the roguish Aussie as you delve further into the inner workings of his mind.
Written for an 18+ audience only, this book comes with a trigger warning for anyone sensitive to drug abuse, domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Genre: Fiction - Urban Romance
Similar titles: Fifty Shades of Grey - E.L. James; Outlander - Diana Gabaldon; Crossfire - Sylvia Day; Burn - Maya Banks; Rachel's Holiday - Marian Keyes
After the night from hell, the Artemis crew are now picking up the pieces of their shattered lives and figuring out how to move forward with, and without, each other.
Nathan Stone's world was turned upside down with the arrival of Ashley Granger. For the first time in his life he'd fallen in love, but now his new life has been violently shattered into pieces at the hands of a drug-dealing psychopath. In his girlfriends blood spattered apartment, Nathan is facing the reality of life without Ashley Granger.
Ritchie Carlton is a lovable rogue. Under his mischievous facade, the Aussie larrikin is madly in love with his non-girlfriend, Amy Vaughn. All he really wants is to do is get married, settle down and raise a family but Amy is resistant to his proposals and refuses to commit to him. It's time for Ritchie to make a choice, it's either stay or go.
Ryan McPherson no longer recognises himself or his life. Full of rage and unable to cope with the discovery that his pregnant wife had cheated on him, Ryan veered off the rails and found himself in rehab. After the arrival of his daughter, Ryan is more determined than ever to pull himself back together and he can return to life with his new family.
Kat McPherson made a huge mistake and has spent many months dealing with the fall-out. After spending time with her family in Framlingham, Kat decides to move back home so she can be near Ryan while he finishes his stint in rehab, but some unexpected news may change her plans. Will the McPherson's marriage survive this latest trial?
Between City and Sea (Book 2) - N.J. Ewing
Trim Size: 5.000" x 8.000" (203mm x 127mm)
Interior Color and Paper: Black & White on Groundwood
Binding: Paperback - Perfect Bound
Cover Finish: Matte
Page Count: 342