Stone Princess by Devney Perry

It. Was. Perfection. This was the book I didn't realize I needed in this series. I mean I knew I needed it, but I didn't know how much. It also left me absolutely obsessed with the next book coming because this one opened the door wide open to the 4th book at the end. I cannot wait. BUT, back to this book. This book was beautiful and fun.
Presley packed a punch. You really had no idea what was coming when you started, and even once we got towards the end I was continuously caught off guard. Presley has lived a hard life. I say that but you don't understand till you start reading. All we really know going in is that she was stood up at the alter and we all greed that was prolly for the best. What we don't know is the reason and all the baggage that comes along with it. Presley has decided to just Live for herself and the LAST thing she wanted in her life was a famous and gorgeous actor. Enter Shaw. These two, I loved them non stop. They both had their hangups and pasts but watching the angst and chemistry between them two was amazing. You can feel it page after page and when things finally heat up, make sure you are ready. This book deals with all the problems looming above these two and you get a perfect future peek into all our favorite couples in the epilogue. Grab this. Stat. It was everything.
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Presley Marks has just become a cliché: the jilted bride. Wearing a white dress, standing in front of her friends and family, she announces that her fiancé—according to his text—has forgotten about the wedding. Humiliated and angry, she hides from the world in the mundane routine of her life. Working at the Clifton Forge Garage isn’t glamorous, but it’s safe from the spotlight. At least it was, until Shaw Valance comes to town. The notorious Hollywood actor is starring in a movie based on the town’s infamous murder. When he’s not on set, Shaw hovers at the garage, watching as they build his custom motorcycle and irritating her with his handsome smile. He was supposed to leave once filming wrapped and go back to his fancy life, not buy the house next door. But Shaw might regret that purchase once Presley’s ex-fiancé returns, bringing with him a war between old rivals that could burn both their houses down.