Praise for The Author
"Raw and intense, The Debt had me enthralled from the first chapter. An impressive and addictive debut!" — Leisa Rayven, author of Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet
"I've fallen in love with Tyler King's writing style and absolutely can't wait for her next book. Whatever it is, I'll be buying it! If you're looking for a swoony, addictive romance with just the right balance between angst, heartbreak, and hilarity, with light-hearted banter, a sexy love story, but also some serious and darker themes, then you have to try this book!" — Aestas Book Blog on The Debt
"This book is smart, cinematic and sexy as hell. It's completely original and 100% certifiably addictive." — Parker Swift, author of the Royal Scandal series on Riot Street
"Riot Street—what a gripping, raw, emotional read. Ethan and Avery’s lives are brought together by her past. She lived it—he wrote it." — Melanie Moreland, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
Avery Avalon is starting over for a second time. After a unique upbringing and painful past, she's determined to reinvent herself as she enters adulthood. In her path to become a journalist, she is disheartened that the only thing people want from her is to hear about her infamous father—the one who is in prison. It doesn't help that the only job offer she receives comes from the one man she'd rather not owe a favor.
Without a better offer, Avery reluctantly takes the job at Riot Street magazine, working side by side with Ethan Ash. The man who launched his career as the first journalist to get Avery's father to talk after he was sentenced to prison. The man who she wants nothing to do with. The man who seems to understand her more than anyone else.
As Avery begins to let Ethan in, what she hopes will be a new beginning, a release from her past life, proves too good to be true. She can't keep the past hidden forever and as the fate of her father and his crimes force her to confront her own issues, she realizes that Ethan may have darker demons than her.
Hadley saved my life . . . and I ruined hers
Hadley's my best friend. We share a house, our friends, a life. She knows all my secrets . . . except one. My desperate need for her is inked on my body, it's the best I can do. But Hadley needs to hear the words . . .
Growing up as foster kids, Hadley made me feel whole—sane. And what did I do? I destroyed our chance to be together. I ran out on Hadley when I should have stayed, and something broke between us. Now I'll do anything to fix it.
I'll never leave her again. I won't ever let her feel afraid again. But the more I try to protect her from my pain, the more I just make things worse. I'm terrified that if I tell her everything, she'll never forgive me. I'm even more terrified that it may be too late to make her mine. I have to try to give her what she needs . . . it's a debt I'm determined to repay.