Julie is a seemingly normal middle-aged woman who married the man of her dreams, or so she thinks. She had a very difficult childhood being the youngest daughter of a divorced couple. Her mother is an alcoholic, and her father resents her due to questions surrounding her paternity. Julie’s upbringing left her unsure of how to differentiate between love, sex, and power. Her story is told through a series of therapy sessions. The reader learns of her abusive past and its effect on the present day.
Archangel’s Warriors MC: Brothers by choice, not blood. Born to ride until they die. All they wanted was to ride free until lightning strikes them without warning. Consumed by desire, surrounded by danger, they find the “one” who will consume, enchant, frustrate and ultimately love them. They only see each other. When Archangel’s Warriors find the “One”, they don’t back down, they don’t ever stray and they will do anything to protect their women, even kill for them. Their women are strong, feisty, and dangerous. They are each other’s every fantasy come to life. The sex is hotter than anything they’ve ever known. Those who stalk their club or threaten their women had better beware!
Terror was the president of the Dublin Falls Archangel’s Warriors MC. He wasn’t looking for a woman. He could have any woman he wanted at any time. Until one night after a dangerous mission, Harlow unexpectedly walks into his life. She was tough, beautiful, sexy, deadly and the daughter of another chapter president. The club has an enemy stalking them already. And now she enters his life with her own enemy. He plans to win her for himself, but first he’ll have to keep her father from killing him and their enemies from taking her away from him. Because he’s found he can’t live without his Temptress.
Engaged to be married, successful television producer Mitchell Spencer’s life suddenly became complicated. Always willing to help Drew McKenzie, his mentor and father-figure, Mitch agreed to a secret marriage to Drew’s sixteen-year-old daughter Jacqueline Marie McKenzie, affectionately known as Quinn, to protect her inheritance from a conniving stepmother. The marriage would be annulled in a few days, but Drew’s murder-suicide requires a five-year commitment to care for Quinn until she reaches adulthood. This gives the young bride five years to save her marriage.