Reese Hunter, often dubbed the “nice” one among his best friends, has given up on ever finding his happily ever after. After several failed attempts at love, he’s decided to focus his energy on the business of VIP—and having multiple sex partners. Having been a successful trainer for years, at only twenty-six, he’s forced to take the reins and become the boss. Almost two years later, he still expects Harriet the Hun, the tyrant partner from hell, to arrive and set his ideal world ablaze. But the normally even-tempered, fun-loving man has changed. And when Harriet finally arrives, she is met with a very hostile environment.
Harriet “Harry” Wellington has been berating men for years while she’s climbed the rungs of the business ladder. At forty, this British billionaire and single mother has decided to personally check in on the one company in which she can’t seem to control the men. When she faces the gorgeous and very elusive Reese, she has met her match. The rift between them runs deep—until she almost drowns and he saves her life. This single deed turns their rivalry into a friendship that becomes physical, leaving both baffled and in denial. As tensions begin to lessen and their war of wills bends toward passion, what began as adversarial quickly evolves into something much more than they ever bargained for.
Emerson Dawson hates her life – more specifically – her marriage. Her husband, David, believes she’s the reason for his bad fortune. Because of her guilt, she accepts a punishment for his destructiveness, but gains an experience she never knew she needed – Babysitting a million-dollar car, along with the one-and-only mechanic who can fix it; Donovan Bradley.
Donovan’s not what she expects. Beneath his rough exterior and bad boy ways, she finds a kind hearted man, full of compassion and passion, and a protectiveness she’s never felt. But above all, he’s sparked a fire within her that’s only begun to ignite.
Will their love survive the ride or will fate cause them to crash and burn?
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.