Stephanie Patterson A richly textured, walk on the wild side that engages the reader from the beginning to the end.
Olivia Gaines How much money will it take to keep quiet when what you see and know is wrong? L.D. Fox writes an interesting tale of three women who make personal compromises in order to live. - Olivia Gaines
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My Dad's C*cky Assistant
She's his boss's daughter. He's way too old for her. But there's no denying their chemistry...
When Joshua, an overworked employee at Hill Enterprises, is coerced into taking Alexa out to dinner, the last thing he's expecting is to find himself attracted to the young slip of a girl. Or that she'd end up coming home with him...
If cocky romances get you hot under the collar, then this is just for you.
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Gia, Opal and Ivy prayed for better lives, but Fate was none too kind when it answered those prayers. It set them up with Tanner, Caden, and Owen, the billionaire owners of the Fox Pit, a gentleman's club created explicitly to cater for the depraved and hedonistic needs of its wealthy clientèle.
Before accepting any of the girls, the owners evaluated each to ensure she would become a satisfactory employee.
All three were found worthy. All three were recruited. These are their stories.
Hush Money is the prequel to Dark Rapture.
How far would you go to protect your secrets?
Drew Sugar had the perfect life. A beautiful home, a doting daughter, a loving wife. But the violent car accident that claimed his wife, Juliet, shattered his picturesque world. It's taken him almost a year to piece himself together, and he's vowed that the disturbing events leading up to that fateful day will never be repeated.
When Angel comes into his life - young and beautiful as sin - he knows she's just after his money. But he doesn't care because he's desperate to fill the void Juliet left behind. And when someone threatens to steal Angel away, he's determined not to let her go.
Now no one is safe; Mr. Sugar will do whatever it takes to ensure that his disturbing secret remains buried.
Dante's just signed a pact with the devil. If he wants to live longer than the 3 months his doctor has given him (you know, cancer), then he has to corrupt 13 innocent souls (read: virgins). It sounds easy enough - he's a good-looking guy and there's a large settlement coming his way from his class-action lawsuit. Except... nothing is as it seems - not the deal, not the lawsuit, not the damn virgins.