Heartbreaker by Melody Grace



Heartbreaker by Melody Grace

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: March 28th

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“A must read second chance

love story!”

 Claire Contreras, NYT Bestselling Author


They say that time heals a broken heart, but you try moving on when your ex is the most famous man on

the planet.

Every time I walk down the street, there he is on magazine covers and billboards plastered with his

gorgeous face: Finn McKay. Now he’s a drop-dead sexy rock star, but when I knew him, he was just the

boy from the wrong side of the tracks – and the first guy I ever loved. He broke my heart into a hundred

pieces when he skipped town without saying goodbye – but now he’s back.

And he wants me.

I’m determined not to make the same mistakes twice, but the chemistry with Finn was always way too

hot to ignore. He was the guy who had me sneaking out my bedroom window for just one more kiss,

and breaking curfew parked by the riverbanks, steaming up his windows in the backseat of his car. The

past five years have been good to him, real good, and between his dirty mind and that ‘I know how to

make you scream’ smile, he’s breaking through my defenses all over again.

Maybe one last wild fling for old time’s sake is what I need to finally move on. But what happens when

Finn wants more than my body? This time he wants everything.


Finn walks me to my front porch. “Listen, Eva, I wanted to say…” He stops there on the dark road, with

nothing but the moon to illuminate the shadowed planes of his face. “About what happened, when I


“Don’t.” I cut him off before he can try to justify what he did. My pride is all I’ve got now, and I can’t

bear for him to know how thoroughly he broke my heart. “You don’t need to explain. Ancient history,” I

add, with a forced little laugh. “It’s all over now. Thanks for walking me, but I’ve got it from here.”

I turn to go, but then his hand is on my arm, pulling me back, pressing me hard against a wall of solid


“Is that what you really think?” Finn demands, searching my face, just inches between us. There’s

something raw in his voice, something wounded and real.

“I…” I stop, caught in the intensity of his gaze. The feel of his body, the hot whisper of his breath on my

skin, it’s overwhelming. And oh, those lips, so close… A hundred volts of electricity race through my

numb, tired veins, short-circuiting my brain until I can’t think, can’t breathe. I can only feel him. All of


I fight for air, my blood pounding in my ears. “Finn…” I whisper, pleading, but for what, I don’t know.

And then his lips claim mine in an urgent, fevered kiss, and I realize what I’ve been waiting for since the

moment he walked through those doors.

This. Right here.

Finn kisses me hard, yanking me closer and circling me with those taut, chiseled arms. His mouth is hot

against mine, merciless and wild. He eases my lips apart, exploring the wet, hot depths as his tongue

slides deeper, demanding. I buckle against him, sensation flooding through me. It’s lightning to dry

wood, the sharp spark that roars to wildfire in an instant, the heat surging through my entire body.

And God, I can’t get enough.

My hands are in his hair. My body presses close against him, like I could mold myself to his form. The

years melt away, obliterated by the force of our passion, so familiar but still so new. Every touch, every

taste feels like a revelation.

My Finn. Back again.

He makes a low groan, sliding his hands lower, possessive, to cup my ass and bring me hard against him.

Time is lost, gone forever as his lips take possession of me completely, and I match him kiss for kiss.

Desire rages to life again, so sharp and craving. It’s like I’ve been sleepwalking for the past five years,

and only just come back to life. The world bursts from black and white to glorious, vivid technicolor.

“Look at me,” he whispers, in a low husky voice that sends molten honey pooling between my thighs.

“Look at me, baby.” He tilts my chin up, so I have no choice but to stare into those stormy eyes, the face

I’ve imagined so many nights in scenes just like this. He traces my lips with his thumb, and I shudder at

the friction. Light-headed, dizzy with desire, I part my lips, ready for another kiss.

Finn’s lips curl in a victorious smile. “Ancient history, huh?” he teases, stepping back. I blink, still reeling

as cold air rushes to fill the space his warm body has left behind.

Wait, what?



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About Melody


Melody Grace is the New York Times bestselling author of the Beachwood Bay series. A small-town girl

turned SoCal beach lover, after spending her life with her nose in a book, she decided it was time she

wrote one herself. She loves steamy romance novels, happily-ever-afters, and lusting after fictional

menfolk. She lives in LA with her two kittens, Bucky Barnes and Steve Rogers.


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Eva has struggled to get on with her life after her first love Finn up and left her with

no goodbye. That was years ago in college but to her heart it still feels like yesterday.

Desperate to get away from her past, Eva sets off to New York to pursue her dream

of becoming an actress. Looking for something to ease her pain, Eva ends up turning

to drugs, alcohol and nameless men.

When her sister suddenly needs her help, Eva heads back home to turn her life

around. Unfortunately everywhere she looks, Finn’s gorgeous face is there. He is

now a world famous rock star.

Finn couldn’t wait to leave home and get away from his abusive father. He has

always been told that he is nothing and never will be anything special. As much as it

killed him to leave Eva behind, he did it to protect her and give her a chance at a

normal life that she deserved.

Now that he has made something of his life, he is determined to win Eva back. It is

going to be harder than he thought. She is worth fighting for though.



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