Darkness has no place for the light and Sebastian’s world is pitch black, no place for the likes of Gianna DiMarco. She’s everything he’s not and knows better than to bring her into his treacherous world. But desire burns hot and he finds her difficult resist. He wants her, and intends to have her, no matter the cost.
Sebastian’s dark world is no place for a girl like Gianna DiMarco. When she wakes up in his bed, bruised and battered, she knows she should run in the opposite direction, any rational girl would, except she’s not rational. There’s no other place she’d rather be, no matter how dangerous it is to be here.
Sebastian Sinclair has everything, except his memory. Haunted by visions of Gianna, Sebastian struggles to move forward. Every night when he closes his eyes, she’s there, consuming his dreams, but, when he wakes each morning, the memories are lost somewhere in the recesses of his mind. The only evidence he has that he and Gianna were real, is there text string.
From the outside looking in, Kate Jones life looks picture perfect. Married to her college sweet heart, 18-year-old twins, a beautiful home, her life is a fairy tale, or so it seems. Underneath the façade, she’s far from living happily ever after. A cheating husband, an unfulfilled career, and a loss of self, Kate flees her hometown to clear her head and heart. Things become more unclear when she finds herself attracted to the sexy, down to earth, charming bartender Ryan Pierce. His enchanting blue eyes, lazy smile and easy way have Kate wondering what it would feel like to be wanted by someone like him. She doesn’t have to wonder long. Finding it difficult to resist his southern charm, she’s finds herself standing at a crossroads. Her choice: fight to save her marriage or give up everything she knows for the sexy, blue eyed bartender who gives her the one thing she’s been longing for.
I never would have said yes, but I know a good deal when I see one. How difficult could it be? Marry, Sam Andrews, Tampa bay’s most notorious billionaire bachelor for a little over a year and earn enough money to pay for my mom’s exorbitant medical bills and also get myself out from underneath a mountain of debt.