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The day I found my wife in bed with a friend on our first wedding anniversary, I packed my bags, left, and never looked back. That was the day I promised I’d never get involved in another relationship again.
Nine years later, I had still held to my promise. I was a bachelor, living my life the best way I knew how between saving patients’ lives, hanging with my family, and having more one-night stands than a person should.
Then I met a woman in Cabo. A gorgeous and sexy woman that I’d been eyeing since I saw her sitting by the hotel pool. We spent one night together. What were the chances we’d ever see each other again? Slim to none, right? Wrong. She showed up at my medical center for an interview for the open OB/GYN position.
I didn’t want to hire her. I had my reasons—one being that she lied about her name when we’d met. But my brothers wanted her. The vote was two against one, and she was in.
Every time she looked at me with those seductive blue eyes, I was reminded of that night, and I hated her for the imprint she’d left on me.
Jackson Kind was an arrogant, self-absorbed neurosurgeon I shared one night with. I had no clue he was a doctor, and I would never have slept with him. My heart was already broken by one, and I swore off sex with doctors for life.
I should have walked out of the medical center when I found out he owned it because I couldn’t stop thinking about him since our night together in Cabo.
Every time he looked at me with those smoldering blue eyes, I hated him even more for how he made my body feel.
We lived in different worlds. Mine was a world of hearing, and hers was a world of silence. The chemistry between us was undeniable. We used sign language to communicate, and she had quickly become my everything. But I faced two problems: the secret I held and my family.
I was born a Walker and came from a family of wealth and status. My parents would never approve of or accept her, and my mother would stop at nothing to keep us apart. They underestimated me because I would give up everything to be with her.
Then everything went to hell when my ex-fiancée showed up with some news that threatened to tear us apart.
My life was finally right, and I wouldn't let anyone or anything destroy it.
A fake birth certificate.
A father I never knew about.
And four brothers who were the same age as I was.
At thirty-three years old, I was the CEO of Sterling Capital, thanks to my uncle who took me under his wing and introduced me to the world of investing. He was somewhat of a father figure since my mother never married and told me my father was a stranger she’d met in a bar.
After the sudden passing of my mother, I found out who my father really was. A man named Henry Kind, whom she had a brief affair with all those years ago. A man who left her to start a family with another woman. I was his blood, his son, and he was going to know exactly who I was when the time was right. But I needed to devise a plan to work my way into my newly found family’s lives.
Buying a house down the beach from them was a start, and so was charming a beautiful woman who was close to them—a woman who was unbelievably sexy in so many ways. I’d use her to get to them, gain their trust, and take over my father’s company. The one thing I didn’t count on was falling for Jenni Benton in more ways than one. Then all hell broke loose after she’d found the letter my mother had left me.
I had two choices: either leave her and everything behind or stay and fight the war I started.
The thing about betrayal is that it will always come from those close to you. ~ Samuel Zulu
I won’t. I’m happy with my life and being a carefree bachelor.
Rule Number Two: Ignore the connection with the sexy stranger who rolled into town and beat the crap out of my suspect.
I’m trying, but…
I was on the trail of a suspect I’d been pursuing when Grace Adams got to him before I did. When I found him in the abandoned warehouse, he was lying on the concrete in a state of distress with a broken arm and a fractured jaw while she hovered over him. It turned out he was a person of interest to both of us.
She was one hell of a woman. Sexy, strong, intelligent, independent, and sassy all rolled into one. Did I mention that her tall and fit physique would look perfect lying underneath me?
I offered her my help, and she accepted. The closer we worked together, the more I found the chemistry between us strengthened. Not only was I attracted to her sexually, but intellectually as well. She didn’t play by the rules, and neither did I. My brothers said we were two peas in a pod.
When it was time for her to leave California, I had a decision to make. Did I let her go or force her to stay?
I couldn’t help it. When someone looked as good as she did, it was hard not to stare.
Rule number two: Do not sleep with my new sexy neighbor.
What can I say? Self-control wasn’t one of my strongest suits.
Rule number three: Do not, under any circumstances, fall for my new sexy neighbor.
Emilia Gallo was damaged. A woman with a heart shattered into a million tiny pieces.
She moved to Venice Beach to start a new life. A life where her career came first, and men were off-limits. But the sexual chemistry between us was undeniable. I knew it, and she knew it.
It happened—more than once.
Now, I found myself in a complicated situation.
Was I ready to fight this war? Was I brave enough to go down the rigid road I swore I never would?
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I lived my life as low key as possible. My childhood wasn’t easy, and relationships never worked out, so I stopped trying. I accepted the fact that I would more than likely grow old alone, and I was okay with that. The more men got to know me, the faster they ran. Then I met Asher Remington under unusual circumstances. For him, it was unusual, but for me, it was the norm.
I was sent to New York to convince him not to go through with a merger that would end up destroying him and the company his father worked so hard to build. He thought I was crazy until he discovered the truth. My job was complete, and I needed to forget about him. But after spending one beautiful night together, it became impossible. The more time we spent together, the harder I fell. He was living in the shadow of a lie, only he didn’t know it. If we were to have a chance together, he needed to know the truth, and he needed to put the past to rest.
Everly King was crazy. She was the craziest yet most beautiful woman I’d ever laid eyes on. We met under very unusual circumstances. She saved me from making what would have been the most destructive decision of my life. I owed her. After spending one night with her, I craved more.
Even though there were things about her that frightened me, I didn’t want to stop seeing her. Then I let my guard down and feelings emerged. I couldn’t allow it, and I needed to stick by the decision I’d made several years ago after an incident determined the course of my life. I needed to forget about her and let her go. There was no “us,” and there never would be. The problem was the fear I had inside was giving in and it tried to reason with me. The question was: could we ever live a normal life?
I had my reservations about hiring Alex Clark.
With her long brown hair and deep brown eyes, she was a beautiful woman.
I knew if I hired her and moved her into my home, the temptation to keep my hands to myself would be torturous.
But I was desperate, she needed a job, and my daughter liked her.
Rule number two: Stop imagining her body on top of mine.
Too late. Within a week, I’d broken both rules.
She was complicated, I was complicated, and now the situation was complicated.
I wasn’t a relationship type of guy, and for good reasons.
Her dream was to find a man who checked off all her boxes.
Her person, hero, and knight and shining armor.
The man who would rescue her from the grips of her past.
I didn’t want to be that guy, or did I?
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Hiring the woman whose virginity I took when she was sixteen was not part of my life plan.
I thrive on chaos in which I breathe, eat, and sleep real estate deals. Then Bella Marcus blew in and turned my perfect life upside down. I’ve never forgotten her, and the distant memories of our one night together on the beach of Maui still haunted me. As hard as I tried to stop it, those feelings resurfaced the moment I saw her. But she wasn’t the shy young girl I’d met in Hawaii fourteen years ago. Instead, she was a gorgeous, smart, and independent woman who may be the death of me.
My company and my son were the two most important things in my life.
After my wife walked out on us twenty years ago, I took that pain, turned it into a purpose, and built a multi-billion-dollar real estate empire. I didn’t have time for anything else until Cassandra Peters entered my life. She was a sexy, smart, and free-spirited businesswoman who knew what she wanted. The chemistry between us was undeniable the moment we met, and all the feel-good emotions I buried twenty years ago clawed their way out, tearing down my armor piece by piece.
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It all started one night when a sexy billionaire bought me a drink, and I accidentally tossed it all over his five-thousand-dollar suit.
He tried to blame me, but it was his fault because of his lack of respect for my personal boundaries.
I offered to pay for the dry cleaning and gave him my number to tell me how much it cost.
He did, and we ended up spending the night together.
Long story short. The condom broke, I forgot to take my pill two days in a row, and we mistakenly created a baby.
I never planned on telling him about the baby until I lost my job, and my landlord turned the apartments I lived in into condos.
He told me he couldn’t be a father, and I was okay with that. I didn’t need a man complicating my life.
I was all set to embark on my journey as a single parent until…
The only thing I did was notice a beautiful woman and buy her a drink.
A drink she carelessly spilled all over me and then had the nerve to say it was my fault.
I forgave her because I wanted her. At least for one night.
Maybe I should have just forgotten about her and thrown her number away.
But I didn’t, and a mishap occurred during our one-night stand resulting in a baby.
I wasn’t father material, or maybe I was but didn’t want to be.
The last thing I needed in my life was baby drama.
I liked my bachelor life the way it was, and Jenna was cool with that.
She made it clear she didn’t want me involved.
I was all set to continue with my life as if nothing happened until…
I made a promise not to sleep with my new personal assistant.
I’d already slept with her before I knew Grayson, my human resources director, hired her.
Long story short.
We first met at a café when she let me have the last apple turnover.
Then I saw her again that same night at a bar.
She was incredibly sexy, and she wanted me as much as I wanted her.
We both agreed it was a one-time thing, and she left the following day.
Imagine the shock on both our faces when she showed up for work on Monday.
I wasn’t a relationship type of guy and for good reasons.
Julia Benton had her own reasons why she wasn’t looking to get involved with anyone.
So, continuing our sexual relationship was a win-win for both of us.
But the more time we spent together, feelings I’d never felt before started to emerge.
Then things became complicated, and she quit to pursue her dreams.
I knew how much it meant to her, and I didn’t care.
Now that I’d lost her, I wanted, no, I needed her back in my life, and I would do anything to make sure that happened.
He was the sexy and domineering man who wore an expensive suit.
A man who cracked the hard shell I’d built around myself for the past four years.
I wasn’t looking for someone to save me, but Sam unintentionally did just that.
Then I was given a chance to pursue my lifelong dream.
He tried to stop it from happening by showing me exactly who he was.
My only focus now was starting the business I’d always wanted and leave Sam behind in the trail of a disaster he created between us.
The problem was: he truly was one of a kind, and I had to use every bit of strength I had to forget him.