Luckily, an ad in the paper helps me regain some hope. I have something to barter with that not many courtesans have, after all, and it just might be enough to earn what's needed to secure my future as a successful Blood Courtesan. My first client turns out to be the man of my dreams, the sexy-as-sin vampire rock star I've lusted after since I was a teen, but he wants nothing to do with me or what I have to offer.
My father's misdeeds continue to haunt me and I'm left with only one option: I need to make the talented and headstrong Lyric Rivers desire me, or lose everything. Maybe even my life.
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"These books are wonderful. The trio starts with the harrowing tragic beginning to Beautifully Wounded with Jackson Beaumont. Then on to the exasperating clashes of Beautifully Used with Brodie Beaumont. And finally the lonliness and feelings of abandonment in Beautifully Undone with Asher Beaumont. All three books are, yes, I'm going there, beautifully written. The guys are so much fun to read. And the girls are... sorry. That would give spoilers. The situations are engrossing. I only put the books down long enough to feed the dogs. This set would make the ideal summer vacation read."- Ravenz Reviews
"This has got to come with a warning label. Caution may set your panties on fire and your heart thumping! I'm addicted to the Beaumont boys and this is my cure." Amazon Reviewer
This is the complete series of the Beaumont Brothers consisting of books 1-3.
Beautifully Wounded - Jackson and Lena's Story
Beautifully Used - Brodie and Gabrielle's Story
Beautifully Undone - Asher and Melody's Story
Beautifully Wounded, originally titled, The Fawn, was inspired by a long time day dream I'd had as a child and continued into young adult hood. I'd always had this fantasy of being saved by my prince. Jackson is that prince. The original name came about because of the fawn Jackson nurtured when he was a kid. But then, I thought people might think the book was about a cute little deer, so it became Beautifully Wounded, which worked out well for the next two books.
All three books can be read as stand-alones, but if you are going to read all three, and want to get to know each of the brothers individually, I'd suggest starting with Jackson and Lena in Beautifully Wounded.
All three of these stories deal with real life situations and social issues. I've tried my best to keep it as real as possible, of course, it is fiction, and I do like to have a happily ever after at the end of all my stories. Just a warning, the sex scenes get steamier with each book. Sorry, I just couldn't help it.
It takes a strong individual to bounce back from some of the horrors of real life, and I believe I've portrayed that in these stories. Never give up hope, because I truly believe you are what you make of yourself and we are all in control of our own situations. Be brave, be strong, and don't ever let someone tell you that you can't do something that you have a passion for.