New Adult Romance
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.
Praise for The Debt...
"The Debt was an addictive friends-to-lovers romance with a sexy, heart-meltingly sweet, tattooed and pierced tortured hero who was totally fucked up but utterly lovable and a strong, sassy, feisty heroine who I absolutely adored!! This was pure old-school New Adult Romance with that delicious balance of angst, hotness, witty banter, heart-break, healing, and of course a swoony love story. A great standalone read!" — Aestas Book Blog
"Tyler King delivers a debut novel that is sure to entice and seduce readers and leave them anxiously awaiting her next book. Josh and Hadley are intense, full of emotional depth, and explosive chemistry that are compelling and unforgettable." — Rochelle's Reviews
"WOW....this book blew me away. This book might seriously be my go-to recommended read of the year so far! Yes...it was that good. Tyler King's writing was superb." — The Literary Gossip
"I can't recommend this book enough to readers who want a fair amount of emotional depth to their reads, who want to push their boundaries and truly feel something for the story...I'd highly recommend this book for people who enjoyed the musical aspect of Thoughtless by SC Stephens...the emotional darkness of The Dark Light of Day by TM Frazier, and the beautiful, almost poetic writing style of someone like CD Reiss." — The Reading Escapade Book Blog