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War is inevitable, but who will win?
The minute Murphy Larussa stepped foot in New Orleans, her life changed forever.
Murphy was meant to remain in the shadows, hidden from prying eyes, like any good bastard.
She finds herself hunted by a dangerous family for a debt she has no knowledge of.
Everyone wants her gone, but they underestimate her. She refuses to allow them to push her back into obscurity. From now on, everyone will know her name because she is here to stay and claim what is rightfully hers.
There will be a war, one Murphy is hell bent on winning!
Sent on a hunt for a person who owes his family, Zander will not stop until he has his man.
How was he to know who he would find?
Murphy Larussa is not what any of them saw coming.
So unexpected, she’s the only woman to ever bring the great Zander Stern to his knees.
Now he will do anything to protect her, even if that means protecting her from his own family.
Everyone wants a war.
He will give them one, but this is a war he plans on winning!
Art of War is the third story in the Stern Family Saga and this time it’s Zander’s story! He is the middle son with the middle child issues you would expect, only he’s the bearded hottie in a family full of super hot criminals. Zander is the one who sorts shit out when it needs to be sorted, and in this story he’s out to collect a family debt.
Murphy is a girl with issues. She’s been neglected by her too busy father so when she gets an unexpected inheritance she doesn’t know how to react. But when she meets Zander, man do the sparks fly!
She inherited daddy’s debt and he’s there to collect it, only she’s not cooperating. From the moment they meet, there are sparks. Chemistry. Fire.
Zander falls for Murphy in a big way and if I’m being honest in a way I didn’t think the bearded hottie was totally capable of. Turns out Zander and Monique Orgeron proved me wrong. This book is called Art of War for a damn good reason; Zander is willing to defy the family matriarch for the fiery redhead, and if you know anything about this family, that’s something they just don’t do.
The thing that I really enjoyed about this story was Murphy. Unlike the heroine in the other book I read, Art of Forgiveness, she is strong and tough. Sure, she’s got a whole barrel of issues that would take a therapist a lifetime to sort through, but she isn’t weak or delicate. She’s a fighter, a survivor and that really made this book a thrill ride.
Mix in a few twists and turns, a few lessons learned and you’ve got a damn good story!