Layla is one of the most powerful women on the west coast, in every aspect of her life. Until one business trip leaves her with a 150 pound lapdog intent on pleasing her.
Danny has never had any direction, was more of a follower, than a leader. He was constantly the butt of jokes and never knew how to keep his mouth shut, until the day his Aphrodite crashed into his life.
One wielded all the power, while the other was desperate to prove their worth. Only time with tell which one will win when the roles are reversed.
Lily Novak’s life in Crystal Cove, Maine is just about perfect. She has a
great group of friends, runs a successful day spa, and has managed to build her new life without anyone asking about her mysterious past. There’s nothing more she could want…except maybe to catch the eye of the gorgeous and introverted carpenter, who also happens to be her friend’s brother.
Ty Parker knew fear in the Army, but nothing like the panic of seeing smoke billow from Lily’s building. When a dryer fire brings him face to face with the heart-stopping Lily Novak—and her lacy black thong—he can’t deny the chemistry sparking between them.
As their feelings deepen, Lily’s evasiveness reignites the self-doubt Ty has been battling for years. Lily knows her secrets are putting her relationship with Ty at risk, but telling him the truth puts both their lives in danger. She’s just not sure she’s strong enough to sacrifice her heart to keep the man she loves safe from the secrets of her past.
Hunter “Pappy” Papacosta can’t get Lucy Grant out of his head. He’s had a casual relationship with her for awhile, but when she almost dies in a fire, everything changes in his eyes. He’ll do anything to prove to her that he can be the man she needs. But Lucy doesn’t trust that Hunter is ready for a relationship and isn’t willing to risk her heart on someone that will just let her down. But when someone comes after Lucy, Hunter will do anything he can to protect her. Even if it means he loses her.
My Life of Crime, Murder, Missing People and such! Above all else, never forget the victim, that the victim lived, had a life and was loved. The victim and their loved ones deserve justice, as does society.