I don’t often deny myself. If I want it, I’ll find a way to obtain it, not caring what lines I have to cross.
She is the exception.
Indie is forbidden, a toy that isn’t mine to break but she is a pretty thing I’m eager to play with.
For months I’ve tried to resist and keep my distance.
But it would appear the fates are finally on my side because now she’s willingly come to me.
She’s in trouble and I’m the only one who can help….that is if she’s willing to pay the price.
I want everything, and I’ll accept nothing less from her.
She walked into my life on the arm of my son, but I intend to keep her for myself.
Golden Wings & Pretty Things is an age gap/boyfriend’s father romance that includes themes of coercion, cheating (not on each other but with each other), and adult language/situations.
He’s twenty years her senior, but age is just a number when you’ve found the woman who intrigues you.
Marilyn Jones is a survivor. Her childhood was anything but picture-perfect. In fact, it was nothing short of complete chaos and trauma. She's working hard to be the complete opposite of her upbringing. But no matter how hard you try to get away from it, the past always has a way of coming back around.
When an opportunity shows up at her doorstep, she knows she must pivot her life to accept this new future.
The President of the Nasty Bastards MC has always loved his life just as it is. So, when his past showed up a few years ago, it was a shocking but welcome addition to his life, something he accepted wholeheartedly.
When his eyes land on Marilyn, he knows that his life is missing something. Maybe it isn’t so perfect, just the way that it is. The lives they lead are full of heartache and pain. But their futures don’t have to be, do they?
A moment of clarity is all that Prez needs to know what he wants, who he wants. But Marilyn is too busy trying to shield her battered heart to take the blind leap forward. Will she realize what she not only wants but needs before it’s too late?
A few years ago, when his sister went missing, Haggard Crow turned into something he never wanted to be. A killer.
Even after his sister is rescued a year after she was kidnapped and sold, Haggard ‘Thief’ Crow doesn’t have any plans on changing. He sort of likes the zero fucks given guy that he is now.
Bonus points, he saves women and children from extreme situations, along with his club and real life brothers by his side.
After a horrible marriage, Haggard has zero plans of ever finding a woman again. One-night stands not counting, he adores his life as a single man. There are no expectations. No ‘where are yous’ and ‘are you coming homes.’
The life he chooses to live is a simple one. Until he makes a huge mistake, and he steps over that line between ‘daughter’s best friend’ and ‘a woman he desperately wants.’
Before long, he can’t stop thinking about her. Can’t stop wanting her. Can’t stop feeling things for her that a man twenty years her senior should never feel for a girl he watched grow up.
After one lapse in judgment, he decides she needs to go. But the funny thing is, he never expected Sophia Madden to fight back. And dirty at that.
She’s a spoiled heiress. He’s a hardened police detective. Their marriage is fake … but it doesn’t have to stay that way, does it?
Lucinda Astor has always been a bit of a spoiled brat. At least that’s the way it appears from the outside looking in. She’s the baby of the family, the only girl, and has always had her dad wrapped around her finger.
She’s had a hard couple of years. During that time, she’s become obsessed with someone who helped her. He saved her. He can continue to save her … if only she can figure out how to get him all to herself.
He’s been married, divorced, and is now focused on work and only work. Savage Chenault is a detective and nothing else. He wants the second half of his life to be nothing but cruising down easy street. Then his world becomes a bit more complicated when he meets a twenty-six-year-old princess.
Lucinda Astor is sexy as sin. She’s also thirty years his junior. She’s everything he shouldn’t want. She’s spoiled. She’s young. She’s going to want a family. But more importantly, she’s going to have expectations.
The marriage may begin fake, but can it stay that way?