He’ll get his revenge, one way or the other…
The one righteous act of Trace Graham’s life cost him ten years in prison, and now that he’s out he’s looking for a little payback. His fury has one focus, the woman whose life he’d defended that long ago night, Serenity Lynn Jameson.
She’s spent a decade atoning for her father’s sins…
Police detective Lynn Jameson has her hands busy with a missing person and drug smuggling case. The last thing she needs is Trace bulldozing his back into her life. She knows better than to get involved with a recently released convict, even if his touch is something she’s dreamed of for years.
Opposites attract…or do they collide?
As things heat up between them, Lynn’s investigation paints a target on her back and Trace has to decide how far he’s willing to go for revenge and love.
Will their reunion be ruined by his past?
Walker Graham has his life just the way he wants it, except for the woman he loves at his side. She’s keeping things strictly physical, but he knows with a little patience and persistence she’ll come around. He has time.
Until his past and her present collide…
When Grace Monroe is hired to investigate the murder of an Alabama crime boss the last thing she expects to find is Walker at the top of her suspect list. Quitting the case isn’t an option.
He’s under her skin…
As Grace tries to unravel the mystery, the threat against her grows and she sets a deadly game in motion. As the attempts on her life mount, she has no choice but to turn to Walker for help. But in the end, can she trust him with her life and her heart?
Life as a crime boss ain’t all it’s cracked up to be…
Hunter Wallace has money, power, and a self-made family, but his life won’t be complete until he has the woman who drives him in crazy in his bed. He has a plan but everything changes when he finds out she has a stalker.
She isn’t looking for excitement…
Honor Monroe’s life rarely veers to the wild side and Hunter makes it hard to resist. The man is nothing but trouble and she is oh so tempted to indulge, though she knows it would probably be a heart breaking kind of mistake.