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Dark Elite Book 1:
They say the devil goes by many names, and I know four of them:
Ciro, Hale, Zaid, and Lucas.
My father was once a powerful player in the Chicago underground, but six years ago, he left that life behind.
We changed our names.
The ghosts of the past never forgot him though. They never forgot me.
Dad promised me we were safe, but I should’ve known that was just another one of his lies.
The past always finds you, and mine finds me on my wedding day when four brutal, dangerous men drag me from the altar in a hail of gunfire.
Four men who used to be four boys.
Four boys I cared about.
Four boys I left behind.
They’re not the same boys I knew though, and whatever we may have once been to each other, it doesn’t matter anymore.
Because they’re only one thing to me now:
Dark Elite Book 2:
“Lies are still lies, no matter how prettily they’re wrapped in promises.”
How can the four men who stole me from my life be the same men who saved my life? And in the aftermath of that terrible night, where do we go from here?
I don’t know what to believe anymore.
I don’t know who to trust.
All I know is that someone wants me dead. Someone is plotting in the shadows.
The men vow they’ll keep me safe, but all of them are bound by duty to deliver me to Damian Novak, no matter what the consequences.
Hale, Ciro, Zaid, and Lucas. Are they my captors or my protectors? My enemies or my lovers?
And when all the cards are on the table, when lies and truths are revealed, will it even matter?
Dark Elite Book 3:
Betrayal has rocked the Novak Syndicate, and a new enemy has emerged from the shadows. The same question that haunted Damian Novak now haunts me too.
I’m terrified of what my hunt for answers might reveal, but I’ll do whatever it takes to bring down this threat. Because I have something to fight for now.
Ciro, Hale, Zaid, and Lucas.
My ruthless knights. My dark protectors. The four men who’ve claimed my heart and soul.
What we have is real, and I’m damn sure going to fight for it. For us. Anyone who threatens these men will have to deal with me.
Their savage queen.
Black Rose Kisses Book 1:
In Fairview Heights, there’s one rule everyone knows. Don’t cross the Black Rose gang. Not if you want to live.
My father broke that rule.
Now he owes the notorious Black Roses a favor, and to make sure he pays up, they’re taking me as collateral. Until Dad completes whatever job they gave him, three gang members will be my keepers.
Sloan, Rory, and Levi.
The boss’s son.
The man with a secret.
The flame from my past.
They’re all dominant, cocky, and hot as hell, and I know from personal experience that one of them is a damn good lay.
But none of that matters. They shouldn’t be allowed to run people’s lives like this, and I don’t plan on letting them get away with it. If they’re looking for a pawn in their little game, these guys picked the wrong girl.
Because my dad raised me to be a fighter.
And I fight dirty.
Black Rose Kisses Book 2:
Vengeance is coming. And she’s a cold-blooded bitch.
I can still hear the gunshot. Still see the blank look on Sloan’s face as he pulled the trigger.
Those images beat against the inside of my skull, drowning out everything else. I can’t let my dad’s death be for nothing. No matter what it takes, I’ll make my keepers pay.
The man who took everything from me.
The man who shared his secret with me.
The man who made me think he cared about me.
Maybe Levi and Rory didn’t know about this, but they’re still Black Roses. They’re still complicit. And I don’t care if the moments between us felt real—the hatred burning in my heart is real too.
These assholes think they can lie to me? That they can turn my life into a game?
Well, watch out, boys.
I play rough.
Black Rose Kisses Book 3:
I thought I knew who my enemies were, and who I could trust.
I was so fucking wrong.
With vengeance burning like fire in my blood, I convinced myself it didn’t matter who I hurt as long as I made the Black Roses pay for my dad’s death.
But my father is alive.
And now Gavin wants me dead.
Trust is in short supply. A target has been painted on my back. My heart is a tangled mess. But I've never been one to roll over and give up, no matter how bleak things look.
The world has turned upside down, and if I'm going to survive in this dangerous new landscape, I’ll have to fight for it.
Even if I have to wreak havoc.
Black Rose Kisses Book 4:
With a single bullet, my heart shattered.
With a single bullet, the Jackals destroyed any chance at peace.
Because it’s not just about the war between two gangs anymore. When Hugh came after the people I love, he made it personal. I don’t care if Gavin still hates me, and I don’t give a shit if I’m disobeying his marching orders.
I’m going to end this.
Sloan, Levi… Rory.
I never thought I would fall for the men I tried so hard to hate.
But I did.
I love them in a way that’s not rational or sane. It’s hard, brutal, and fierce. It’s everything. And if I have to burn all of Fairview Heights down to protect them…
Give me a fucking match.
Sinners of Hawthorne University Book 1:
When Sinners Play
Sin isn’t supposed to feel this good.
I never wanted to come here.
The scholarship to Hawthorne University is my ticket to a better life,
but I don’t fit in with these rich, privileged students.
I’m the daughter of a drug addict.
A girl with a half-remembered past.
A foster kid who’s seen too much of the wrong side of humanity.
My tattoos are my battle scars, and my heart beats for no one.
Until I meet them.
Gray, Declan, and Elias.
They run this school, and one day, they’ll run this whole city.
They snap their fingers, and the world falls at their feet.
They breathe a word, and that word becomes law.
I’ve been numb my whole life, but when they touch me, sparks dance across my skin.
For the first time in years, I feel.
I feel so much.
Too bad there’s only one thing the Sinners feel for me.
Sinners of Hawthorne University Book 2:
How Sinners Fight
There are secrets buried inside of me.
From scars I don't remember getting to memories that creep at the edges of my mind, I know there are answers just out of my reach.
I'm missing something. Something important.
I thought the Sinners had my back, but am I right about that? Or are they just playing me again?
Among the privileged elite of Hawthorne University, not knowing who to trust can be deadly. Because with every scrap of my memory that comes back, I become more and more sure of three things:
Someone at this school wants me gone.
Someone at this school hates me.
Someone at this school is afraid of me.
And you know what?
They should be afraid.
Sinners of Hawthorne University Book 3:
What Sinners Love
All it took to blow my world apart was a single word.
Like a patchwork reforming in my mind, snapshots of my past are starting to filter back. And with every piece I remember, fury grows inside me like a hurricane.
The man who captured me wants to bury the past, and me along with it. But I’m not afraid of him. I won’t let him hide his secrets in the dark.
Because I’m not alone anymore.
For the first time in my life, I have people in my corner. Declan and Elias knew it long before I could see it, and Gray has finally realized the truth just like I have—we’re stronger together. We’ll have to be to hunt down the monsters that stalk me.
There are people in this town who are rotten to the core, and my Sinners and I are going to burn them down.
We’re going to make them bleed.
We’re going to make them pay.
Even if we have to walk through hell to do it.
Clearwater University Book 1:
Who Breaks First
They were my bullies once.
Three boys I hated more than anything.
They made my life hell for a year--until I escaped their cruelty when my dad's job moved us away.
I've never forgotten them though. Never forgotten what they did. And I know they haven't forgotten me.
But when I'm offered a full-ride scholarship to the prestigious Clearwater University, I refuse to let old fears stop me from accepting.
Because I'm not the girl I used to be.
I'm stronger. Tougher.
And if West, Reese, and Trent think they can screw with me again... well.
We'll just see who breaks first.
Clearwater University Book 2:
Who Laughs Last
They say revenge is a dish best served cold...
But I'd rather serve it hot, with a side of humiliation.
The Icons got what they wanted. My life is a smoldering wreck because of them.
But that doesn't mean I'm done fighting.
What I did to Trent is just the beginning. He deserves so much worse for what he's done to me.
West and Reese are no better. They told me they cared about me, but when it mattered most, they took his side over mine.
My body still craves all of them.
But my broken heart?
It just wants to take all of them down.
Clearwater University Book 3:
Who Falls Hardest
"What happened between the four of us—it changes everything."
Everything in my life has been turned on its head. My allies have become enemies, and my enemies have become...
I don't even know what.
There's no denying the pull between me and each of the Icons anymore. I've denied it long enough, and I'm done letting secrets fester between us.
I know they want me too. But how am I supposed to choose between them?
Why do I have to?
Slateview High Book 1:
"You're in our world now, Princess. You're ours."
My whole life, I’ve been groomed as American royalty, raised to be the perfect daughter of the wealthy elite.
On my sixteenth birthday, my father bought me an Aston Martin.
And on my seventeenth birthday, the Feds took everything away.
With my father in prison for fraud and nothing left to our name, my mom and I are forced to move to a tiny house across town, and I transfer to Slateview Public.
The only problem is, nearly everyone at my new school has reason to despise my family name. They want to see a princess brought low, and they’ll do whatever it takes to make me fall.
Money was the language of my old world, but violence is the language of my new one. The only way I’ll survive until graduation is to make a deal with three gorgeous, dangerous devils—the ones everyone calls the Lost Boys.
If I accept their bargain, Bishop, Misael, and Kace will protect me.
But they’ll own me too.
Slateview High Book 2:
Bishop, Kace, and Misael promised to protect me.
But after what they did, can I protect them?
In the aftermath of a single gunshot, my life seems to be splitting apart at the seams.
Nathaniel can never discover what my boys did, but keeping it hidden from him may be harder than we hope.
Especially since I'm still being pulled between two loyalties, two halves of myself.
Between duty and love.
Between my old life and my new one.
My father still insists he's innocent, and even though the Lost Boys despise him, I'm determined to prove he doesn't belong in prison.
I want answers.
But if I start pulling at these threads, will my life unravel entirely?
Slateview High Book 3:
Our love doesn't make sense.
But it might be the only thing that saves us.
After the bombshell my father dropped on me, it feels like my whole world is unraveling.
Everything I was brought up to believe has turned out to be a lie, and this life that looks so perfect from the outside is anything but.
There's only one thing that feels real anymore. One thing I can trust.
The Lost Boys are mine.
And I'm theirs.
No matter what.
Magic Blessed Academy Book 1:
Gift of the Gods
A motorcycle riding Irishman, a bad boy rock star, and an ex-boyfriend I might still have feelings for...
You wouldn't think they'd have much in common, but they do.
They're all students at Magic Blessed Academy, the school I'm forced to attend after I manifest insane magical powers out of nowhere.
Oh, and they all seem to hate me.
If I was smart, I’d keep my head down and ignore all three of these too-sexy-for-their-own-good dicks until I can graduate and get the hell out of here.
But when we’re all chosen to compete in the Gods’ Challenge, a deadly competition for the honor of meeting the gods themselves, teaming up with these tempting, infuriating men may be my only chance at survival.
Now the only question is: will we kill each other or f#ck each other first?
Magic Blessed Academy Book 2:
Secret of the Gods
Nothing is ever as it seems. Especially when it comes to the gods.
It’s official: there’s something super messed up about this school.
And I want to know what it is.
A smarter, saner woman would keep her nose out of it, turn a blind eye, and just focus on enjoying the three insanely hot men who’ve agreed to share her.
Unfortunately, sanity isn’t really in my wheelhouse.
We barely escaped the last Gods’ Challenge with our lives, and not everyone who competed was so lucky. It’s dangerous as hell to go back, but I know that’s where the answers lie.
With my men by my side, we’ll risk the dangers of the gods’ realm again.
But this time... we won’t be playing by their rules.
Let the games begin.
Magic Blessed Academy Book 3:
Wrath of the Gods
Everything I’ve been told about the gods and magic is a lie.
I wanted answers. And, holy shit, did I get them.
But now all I have are more questions and a bunch of powers I don’t know how to control.
After the shocking revelation that left me reeling, I’m left questioning everything about myself. But at least there are three men who still believe in me. Three men who will fight by my side no matter what.
Lachlan, Trace, and Merrick each hold a piece of my heart. I never thought I needed anyone, but they’re mine now, and I’m theirs.
And if the gods want to come for them…
They’ll have to get through me.
Say Yes: A Millionaire Fake Marriage Romance
One shocking proposal.
One fake marriage.
One more chance at love.
Walker Prince was the love of my life, but our story ended without a happily ever after.
Or at least, that’s what I thought.
But now I’m staring into his gorgeous blue eyes—eyes I never thought I’d see again—as he says four little words:
“Will you marry me?”
This is crazy.
A recipe for disaster.
Live with him?
Play the role of his wife so he can claim his inheritance?
No way. I shouldn’t do this.
Walker and I have always had combustible chemistry,
and there’s every chance this will explode in my face.
That I’ll get burned again.
But as a struggling artist in New York City,
sometimes a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do.
What’s the worst that can happen if I just…