Uptight accountant Ally Taylor always plays by the rules and it has gotten her nowhere. Deep inside, she longs for fun and danger. A night at the dark and dangerous Felony Bar is just what the doctor ordered for mending her broken heart.
Tattooed bartender and playful bad boy Jack Jameson likes to break all the rules. He’s been watching Ally for months, waiting for a chance to make his move. He might be willing to end his one-and-done philosophy for a treasure like her. She’s different from the nameless, faceless girls of his past. She’s smart and sexy and way out of his league. When Ally wanders into his bar after a devastating breakup, he’ll do anything within his power to seduce and claim her for his own.
After a night of the hottest sex she’s ever had, Ally’s hooked on Jack like a drug. When she begins to consider a relationship with him, a woman from his past arrives with a devastating secret. Ally is convinced Jack lied to her. Is she willing to take a chance on him, knowing his past will complicate her future? Can Jack persuade Ally to reconsider or will she walk away forever, taking his heart with her?
This book is part of a series, can be read as a stand-alone, and is not a cliffhanger. It contains hot sex, drinking, addiction, mental illness, graphic language, and tattooed alpha males in the setting of an underground heavy metal club.
The saga continues with Unexpected (Book 1.5), Vindicated (Book 2), and Impulsive (Book 3-coming in 2015).
Ten years ago, I did a terrible thing. I sold my self-respect, my marriage, and my chances for happiness. What was the going rate for these intangible things? For me, it was a check in the sum of one million dollars and a get-out-of-jail-free card for my delinquent brother. A decade later, I’m broken, unemployed, and still single. My baby brother is back in jail. The million dollars is gone.
My ex-husband wants to trust me again, but the thing is…how can he trust me when neither of us can forget all the pretty, filthy lies of our past?
This book is the sequel to Pretty Broken Girl and is not a standalone.
From the bedroom to the boardroom, Sam and Dakota are locked in a battle of wits and desire. One of them will break. One of them will pay. Both of them want to win. Neither of them expects to fall in love—again.
You’ll never look at a closed office door the same way again.