- File Size: 915 KB
- Print Length: 178 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071KPP8CK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,311 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Kash (Walk of Shame 2nd Generation #3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Well, Kash definitely does this series justice and might be my favorite hero yet. I know, I KNOW! How can I honestly have a top choice when they're all so amazing?! Trust me, once you meet Kash and experience his story, you'll be with me in this judgement. He's so protective and full blown alpha in all the most delicious ways. Seriously yummy!
Eden has been dealt a bit of a crappy hand, especially with her stupid ex. She's slightly resistant and standoffish due to past pain. Kash doesn't mind a challenge, especially with the beauty that's caught his attention. He can't stop thinking about Eden and he's so dedicated! I freaking love them together!!!
All of our favorite WOS bad boys make an appearance as we say goodbye to this fantastically filthy series. Victoria does it right by leaving Kash for the end and I secretly hope we haven't seen the last of these guys. Bravo to this talented author and thank you for such a wild ride!
Starts out that Kash is called in to dance at a last minute party. One of the women there seems distant, which obviously has him intrigued. As with all these wild men, I know their fast, but I don't need to read about it in their book, even if he hasn't or doesn't know who Eden is yet, the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. No biggie, just my preference. Kash is also a fighter and is saving money to by his own gym. He goes in to get a massage and Eden is the one to help him. He ends up giving her a massage too, gotta love his boldness.
Every Monday morning Kash stops by his sisters house to hang out with a boy she watches......the way he is with Alec will have your ovaries melting......so damn sweet. He ends up figuring out that Alec is Eden's son, which ends up causing some friction. Eden took this very badly....a little bit over the top in my opinion. If I was a single mother with a crappy ex and deadbeat dad, I would love to have a great guy that adored my son & I, and to want to hang out with my son. But that's just me.
This book ends with Kash fighting his last fight, which is against the deadbeat dad that is always trying to manhandle Eden....and he kicks his a$$ *happy dance*. We also get a barbecue with the Walk Of Shame gang and I love that. Hopefully we will still get novellas from time to time about everyone....hint, hint. I will miss this naughty series, one of my guilty pleasures.
Kash Knight is the total package. He is a man who will do anything for the people he cares for, family, friends they are all the same. He has been working as a male dancer and he sees how people perceive him, but what he wants is to show everyone that with hard work you can have anything you want and that might even include Eden Quinn.
Eden Quinn is a single mom with an angry ex who is struggling to raise her son and show him that he means everything to her and nothing will stand in her way. What Eden doesn't expect is to meet Kash in the most unlikely of places and when that happens everything you know is turned upside down.
Kash & Eden most definitely are a couple that will steam up each and every page but they will have plenty of ups and downs between there pasts and even the here and now but when you trust someone with your heart you just hope that they will embrace it and not break it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kash was a great read and I enjoyed getting to...Read more