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She was the beautiful chorus to a hit song I hadn’t written yet. My spotlight was already beginning to fade. The success of my first album was dimmed by the lukewarm reception of the second. If my third album didn’t shine, my career was over. Cassie appeared with a sparkle I’d never seen before. She was an adorable little pixie, dropping her fairy dust onto every song I wrote. I was hooked on her sexy energy when I tasted those soft berry lips. She was more than a muse. Much more than a younger, gorgeous woman I couldn’t stop touching. She was a treasure that I needed to protect. She swore that the touring life wasn’t for her, but there must be a way to help her see that the stage lights were what she needed. If Cassie could make me see that collaboration (and instant love) was possible, I had to convince her that we belonged together – at home, on tour, everywhere.
Wren: I fell hard and fast for Brady Conner, even though I knew in my heart that he wasn’t ready for me. Sure enough, he messed up. And I did too. I wanted to make him regret what he’d lost. Hence the break up sex. It was an impulsive move for someone who failed to consider the consequences, or practice safe sex. That’s how I ended up with a souvenir. And that’s why, as much as I wanted to, I had to be even more careful about giving bad boy Brady a second chance. Brady: I wasn’t ready for Wren Jacobs, even though she was the best thing to happen to an ass like me. No wonder I cracked under pressure. She’d warned me. She’d predicted this. And she promised me just one chance. Still, I wanted more. I wanted all of her for always. Too bad I figured that part out too late. She moved out. And from the looks of the guy hanging around her apartment, she’d also moved on. I couldn’t blame her, but I also couldn’t let her go without trying harder and proving I could be the man I should’ve been all along. Then I’d move her back in and it would be just the two of us, like it was before. Only this time, I’d make sure we were forever.
Turns out the line between love and hate is as thin as mountaintop air… Bryson Tripp has two missions. The first? Hunting down homegrown terrorists with the Mountain Ops team. The second is far more personal. He will find his niece’s killer, and he will get revenge. Nothing’s going to stand in his way. Especially not his attraction to the sexy detective who thinks he’s a murderer… Alexia Oaks will do whatever it takes to close the investigation, even if it means working closely with the number one suspect. Getting answers out of the lethal former Navy SEAL won’t be easy. Neither will keeping her mind—and hands—off the impossibly hot jerk… All it takes is a little forced proximity to test the very limits of Bryson and Alexia’s self-control. But when the truth comes out, can the fragile bonds they’ve only just begun to forge survive?