Under Her Skin (Lone Star Sisters Series #1)

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Lexi Titan can just see the headlines. All of Titanville will be buzzing. Not that she has any other choice. Faced with exactly thirty days to come up with two million dollars, she is out of options. Marry Cruz Rodriguez or lose everything—the successful day spa she built herself, her tyrant of a father's respect. And the long-standing competition with her sisters for the family business.

Cruz has money, success, smoldering good looks—everything but the blue blood needed to ...

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Lexi Titan can just see the headlines. All of Titanville will be buzzing. Not that she has any other choice. Faced with exactly thirty days to come up with two million dollars, she is out of options. Marry Cruz Rodriguez or lose everything—the successful day spa she built herself, her tyrant of a father's respect. And the long-standing competition with her sisters for the family business.

Cruz has money, success, smoldering good looks—everything but the blue blood needed to become a true member of Texas society. If Lexi agrees to be his fiancée for six months, lending him her famous father's influence and connections, he'll hand her a check on the spot. And in six months they'll go their separate ways.

But neither one is prepared for their long-ago shared passion to throw a wrench into what would seem to be the perfect deal….

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Despite an absurd premise, bestseller Mallery's Lone Star Sisters series opener draws in readers with intriguing characters and a precisely assembled plot. Cruz Rodriguez makes former lover Lexi Titan an offer she can't refuse: he'll provide the $2 million she needs to keep her business if she will pretend an engagement to him for six months and introduce him around the small circle of Texas society. Their deal requires that she live and sleep with him for the duration, and despite her better judgment she agrees. Powerful, arrogant and sexy, Cruz disdains romance lest he recreate his parents' abusive relationship. Raised by nannies, Lexi knows little of love and doesn't trust high-powered businessmen. As they struggle to overcome their issues with their parents and each other, their emotional journey makes for painful yet satisfying reading. (May)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780373773473
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Series: Lone Star Sisters Series , #1
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 236,066
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Mallery
New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is known for emotionally complex stories told with charm and wit. Susan has lived all over the United States, including a childhood in the suburbs of Los Angeles, graduate school in the hills of Pennsylvania and several years in Texas. These days, she makes her home in Seattle, Washington. She's there for the coffee, not the weather.
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"It's only two million. Is that going to be a problem?"

Lexi Titan forced herself to smile. "Not at all," she lied, wondering if John, her banker, had lost his mind. Two million dollars? She had to come up with two million dollars in twenty-one days? Oh, sure. She would just go home and dig around for loose change in her sofa. There had to be a million-dollar bill or two stashed under the cushions.

"You could always ask your father," John said, studying the papers on his desk as if they were the most interesting thing in the world.

Lexi smiled. "Thanks so much for the information," she said as she rose. Ask her father? Not likely. Even if Jed Titan was willing to bail her out, having to go to him would cause her carefully executed three-year plan to crumble and die. "I'll get back to you."

"Soon, Lexi," John told her, standing and shaking her hand. "You only have three weeks to come up with the money or you lose everything."

Having the ability to sum up the disaster of her life in a single sentence was quite the gift. She hoped John appreciated it.

"I'll figure it out," she told her banker. "Talk to you in a few days."

John looked uncomfortable. "Actually I'll see you tonight, at your sister's benefit."

Where he would spread the news of her failure far and wide? "Are bankers like lawyers? Do you have to keep this sort of thing to yourself?"

"Yes," he assured her. "There's a code of ethics. I won't say anything."

She hoped he was telling the truth. "Then I'll see you tonight," she said, pretending an enthusiasm she didn't feel. She picked up her purse and walked out of the elegant office.

Frustration and annoyance hurried her along the carpeted hallway. She ducked out the nearest exit and found her car in the parking lot. Once inside, it was all she could do not to bang her head against the steering wheel. She could accept that bad things happened. What she hated was when they were her fault.

"You gotta be tough if you're gonna be stupid."

The familiar phrase, spoken in her head by a voice from the past, made her groan. She was in really big trouble and she had no one to blame but herself.

Thirty minutes later she'd left Dallas behind and entered the city limits of Titanville. She ignored the sign that told her to go thirty-five and sped down the divided road. The crap pile that was her life got a little deeper when she heard a siren behind her.

Lexi pulled over and lowered her window. She waited until the deputy approached her car, then pulled off her sunglasses and sighed.

"If you're going to arrest me, could you rough me up a little first? Then I could sue the department."

"Because it's a slow week?" the deputy asked.

"I'm running a little short of cash."

"How much are we talking about?"

"Two million dollars."

Deputy Dana Birch whistled. "I have a new twenty-percent-off coupon from Linens 'N Things in the car, but I don't think that's going to cover it." She glanced at her watch. "Want to talk about it? My lunch break starts in fifteen minutes. I can meet you at Bronco Billy's."

Lexi nodded. "That would be great. I'm going to whine, though."

"I'm used to it." Dana sounded cheerful. "Now stop speeding. You know that really pisses me off."

"Okay. Sorry."

Fifteen minutes later Dana slid into the booth across from Lexi. It was early, only eleven-thirty, so the place was still quiet. Lexi had spent the time waiting for her friend studying the various Clint Eastwood movie posters on the wall. Bronco Billy's celebrated all things Clint. His movies played endlessly on TVs scattered around, T-shirts and DVDs could be purchased and the "Do you feel lucky, punk" sundae was a regional favorite.

Dana ignored the menu. "What happened?" she asked. "Someone rip you the wrong way during a bikini wax?"

Lexi pretended she hadn't heard the snarky question. Normally she and Dana had a great time sniping at each other about their very different views on female beauty. Lexi owned a luxury day spa and believed in making the best of what a woman had. Dana considered using conditioner on her hair during her daily three-minute shower more than enough girly stuff for anyone. Lexi wasn't sure Dana knew what mascara was for.

Dana wore her dark hair short, dressed in a uniform while at work and jeans and a T-shirt the rest of the time. They'd known each other since they were ten and Lexi had only ever seen her in a dress three times.

Dana leaned back in the booth. "Okay, you're seriously upset. What is it?"

"I wasn't kidding about the two million dollars. I need to figure out how to get it in twenty-one days."

"Are you being blackmailed or something?"

That made Lexi smile. "You're such a cop. No blackmail. Just me being stupid and greedy." She sighed. "When I left my dad's company to start my own business, I had that small inheritance from my grandmother. I got Venus Envy up and running but I was barely making it. I had no assets of my own, except my condo. Without the right balance sheet, being a Titan means a whole lot less than people think. Anyway, I was struggling. One day about two years ago, my banker called me. One of his clients was willing to loan me two million dollars for growth. The terms were simple—I would make payments. The guy didn't even want a piece of the business. I used the money to buy the building and completely expand and redo my spa. It was a dream come true. But there was a catch."

"There always is," Dana said.

"The investor's identity remained a secret and the loan was callable. He could demand full payment with only three weeks' notice." She shrugged. "The clock starts now."

Dana swore. "Is it your dad? This sounds like something Jed would do."

"I don't know," Lexi admitted. "I wondered that myself." Jed Titan was a legendary Texas businessman. Had her father given her the loan only to call it back as a test?

"The reason I want to say no," Lexi continued, "is that Jed isn't subtle. If he was screwing with me, I think he'd tell me to my face."

"Then who's the guy?"

"I haven't a clue. My banker won't tell me."

Dana snorted.

"What?" Lexi asked.

"Your banker. You have a banker. I know a little ATM machine by the grocery store, but we've never been more than friends."

"Everyone in business has a banker," Lexi said, but knew Dana didn't believe her, even though she should. Everyone thought being a Titan meant something. Maybe it did—but whatever it meant, it wasn't always good.

"What are you going to do?" Dana asked. "Seriously, I've got five thousand dollars in savings. You can have it, but I don't think it's going to help."

"You're sweet to offer, but no. That's the irony. Everyone assumes the Titan girls are rich, but we're not. Well, Skye has her inheritance from her mom but Izzy and I are just like everyone else. Living from paycheck to paycheck. Jed holds all the family money and he wants each of us to prove ourselves before we get a piece of the family business. That's what the day spa was about for me. My grand plan to prove I could make it on my own. I'm not going to lose everything to some faceless jerk. I'll figure out a way to get the two million. I'll do anything. I don't care what."

Dana tapped the badge on her left breast pocket.

"Careful there, little lady. You don't want to break the law."

"If I do, I won't tell you about it."

"Fair enough."

The waitress appeared. They ordered burgers and fries, along with Diet Coke, because balance was important.

"I hate that I was stupid," Lexi said when they were alone. "I hate that the most. I know better." She sighed. "Okay, I'm officially not going to whine for the rest of lunch. What's going on with you?"

"Your sister is a pain in the ass," Dana grumbled. "Skye is having one of her fancy parties up at the house tonight to raise money for her foundation and expects me to attend. She knows I loathe that kind of stuff." She rolled her eyes. "I have a friend who has a foundation. It's like living in an alternative universe."

"At least you can tell her no," Lexi reminded her. "I'll be required to attend. Not that I'm complaining. Maybe someone will drop a really expensive diamond necklace and I can pawn it."

Dana raised her eyebrows. Lexi's gaze dropped to the deputy badge again.

"Sorry," she murmured. "You didn't hear me say that."

"Fortunately I don't believe you'd do it. Look at the bright side. There will be a bunch of boring rich guys there. Maybe you can talk one of them into giving you a loan."

"I'm not sure I'd want to give them what they would require for that kind of money."

"There is that."

Lexi brightened. "Come with me. It'll be fun. You can mock everyone. You enjoy that."

"No, thanks," Dana said. "I have a date."

"With Martin?" It was all Lexi could do not to roll her eyes.

"Why do you say it like that?"

"Because Martin is just like all the guys you date. He's too nice and you boss him around."

"I do not."

"You do. You find these sweet, unassuming men who adore you and are terrified in equal measure. You completely control the relationship, then complain you're bored. You need to find someone who will be more of a challenge."

"So speaks the woman who hasn't been on a date in six months. You're not exactly an expert."

"I have a career to think about. A business."

Dana just looked at her.

Lexi dropped her head to the table. "That I'm going to lose in three weeks unless I come up with a miracle."

"Your sister runs a charity. Go ask her for the money."

"She won't give it to me. She hordes it for disad-vantaged children. You know Skye. She's practically a saint. It's annoying."

"Tell me about it. At the very least, there will be good food tonight. You can bury your sorrows in appetizers with funny names. Just don't drive drunk."

Lexi straightened. "You so need a man you can't push around."

Dana grinned. "There's no such animal."

"There is and I can't wait until you finally run into him. In the meantime I need to find a man I can push around. Or a miracle. At this point, I'd be very happy with a miracle."

Cruz Rodriguez had never believed that cars and women had much in common. He loved cars—they were his life. But they couldn't keep him warm at night… or in the morning. And even brand-new, they never smelled as good as a beautiful woman about to surrender.

He climbed out of his silver Bugatti Veyron and tossed the keys to the valet. The kid stood there, staring at his car.

"J-jeez. You're gonna let me drive that?"

Cruz looked at the car. "You going to damage it?" he asked.

"No, sir!" The kid walked closer, reached out a hand to touch the side, then pulled it back. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen."

Cruz grinned, then moved toward the massive house. Now it was his turn to stare at the most beautiful thing he'd ever seen.

Lexi Titan stood on the porch of Glory's Gate, talking to a couple he didn't recognize. Even from this distance he recognized her long blond hair piled on her head, the delicate, classic features of her perfect face. She laughed at something the woman said. The sound carried to him on the warm night air. It was a sound he remembered from a long time ago.

He knew all about Lexi—statistics were easy to come by and he'd taken the time to remind himself about her. But he also knew other things. Like the way her skin felt in the shadows and how her breath caught when she couldn't help herself. That she hated her real name, and saying it would make her eyes narrow and her hackles rise. He knew pride was both her greatest strength and greatest weakness, that she played to win and unless her back was against the wall, she lost with a graciousness he'd never mastered.

She was old money and breeding. He was a guy who'd fought his way to the top. There were still plenty of social doors that were closed to him. Which was why he was here. He was ready to get those doors open… by force if necessary. And whether she knew it or not, Lexi was going to help him.

He took the half dozen or so marble stairs up to the front of the house, careful to keep several people between Lexi and himself. He didn't want her to see him just yet. He would determine when and where they met. He would have the advantage. A less confident man might wonder if she'd forgotten, but he knew she hadn't. No woman forgot her first time.

Once inside the house, he took a moment to admire the architecture of the structure. It had been built in the 1940s, when land was cheap and a man was judged by the power of his horses, the beauty of his women and the size of his house.

Twin staircases curved up to a second-story landing the size of an airport runway. The entry glittered with light that reflected on the black and white tiles. A grand piano hugged one of the curved walls because what was an entryway without a grand piano?

Although he'd never been to Glory's Gate before, he knew that the twenty-foot-high ceilings were hand carved. He noticed that the seemingly impenetrable walls of the two living rooms and parlor actually rolled away, creating a massive space that easily held five hundred. Now he walked into an elegant room mostly done in gold and sage green, with touches of red. The center parlor had been set up with rows of armless chairs for the auction that was to follow the cocktail hour.

He'd come to be seen, to rub elbows with the Texas elite. To find a way in to their high-class society. A charity auction would allow him to announce his presence with subtlety and class. If he spent money here, he would be invited to other charity events. Over time, he would be accepted. At least that was the plan.

He went deeper into the room, ordered a Scotch, neat, from the bar, then looked at the people he knew by reputation alone. He knew the exact moment Lexi entered the room, was aware of her chatting with the guests. As he watched her move toward her sister, he wondered how she was going to react when she saw him. Lexi Titan could give him everything he wanted. There was only one problem—ten years might have passed, but he was sure that when she saw him she would be far more interested in killing him than offering help.

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  • Posted November 18, 2011

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    Great read!!!

    Susan did it again...this was a really good book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 22, 2009

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    I love Susan Mallery

    This book is number two in a set, I can not wait for the other books to come out, these sisters are loving people and you cant help being a part of their troubles!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2014

    Very enjoyable read!

    I really enjoyed this story of Lexi and Cruz. Lexi comes from a wealthy family that is dysfunctional and Cruz comes from a background of poverty and abuse. They each set out in life to prove something to themselves and family. Along the way they met while Lexi was in college. They parted ways but not without hurt feelings. Cruz decided after 10 years and the fact he had become a success in his business he was missing the connections needed to be accepted in the circles of the wealthy. Cruz had something Lexi needed and just had to convince her to help him out in return. The author did a great job with their story and keeping the reader interested to see what was going to happen next. I also enjoyed the cast of secondary characters especially Lexi's sisters and friend. Together they made this book so much more. I can't wait to read more of this series and see what Susan Mallery has in store for us. Just an overall enjoyable romantic story with some mystery added in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2013

    Highly Recommend

    Love all her books.

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  • Posted May 23, 2012

    Classic Susan Mallery

    I fell in love with Susan Mallery when I first read her Fools Gold series. While waiting for her newest realeses I decided to go back and start reading some of her earlier series. This one did not disappoint. I loved Lexi to start the series but I have to admit... they got better as they went along!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2012

    Got to read all of them!!!!

    I love, love, love this series. I have read them time and time again. My favorite character is Dana. She reminds me of myself being a full figured woman and a tom boy to boot. I like Nick who is just hot as all they come!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2012

    Fun read, a must for a lazy evening.

    I liked the book more that I thought I would. The character were interesting and fun, not the typical rich girl story. I definately encourage you to read for a fun, fast read.

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  • Posted October 3, 2011

    Wonderful very highly recommend

    Four books in this series about three sisters Lexi, Skye, Izzy and a best friend named Dana all four different types. Tells how they fall in love come to terms with their father who you want to kill. Great books I couldn't stop reading the first and bought the rest and kept reading. You will enjoy why can't sexy men that that be real.

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  • Posted September 29, 2011


    I started with the second of the four books in this series, I've read three so for, but I gotta say each book draws you in. They make you want to know what will happen to each of the Titan sisters and how they will finally defeat their evil half-brother.

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  • Posted February 16, 2010

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    Delightful Romantic Read

    I love Susan Mallery books and she did not disappoint with Under Her Skin. The banter between Lexi and Cruz is sexy and continually made me smile. The characters in this book are funny and bright. I had an extremely hard time putting this book down and am looking forward to reading the others in this series.

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  • Posted January 26, 2010

    Amazing Love Story

    I thought the beginning of the story was a little farfetched - the idea that brings the couple together in the beginning. After that, however, I was hooked and loved every minute of this story. I thought the story had some great twists and turns and the love story between the two main characters was beautiful. I think that if this book is any indication, this is going to be a great series! Can't wait for book 2.

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  • Posted October 20, 2009

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    Great 1st book of the series

    I enjoyed this book very much. It was very romantic, and makes you fantasize how romance should be. Anyway the story was great to. I love this series.

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  • Posted September 27, 2009

    Good book!

    The character in the book suck you into their world and make you need to know if Lexi will be ok. Sometimes I would just feel so bad for her and before I knew it I was done with the book.Lexi is the oldest sister out of 3. Lexi Titan is having a real hard time,she needs 2 million to save he business and a long lost love makes her a offer she cant say no to.

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

    Under Her Skin....Oh Yeah!

    Titans rule! Definitely an escapism and rainy day book. These sisters really stick together and support each other. Love it!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2009


    It was a very enjoyable book and am looking forward to reading the next two

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  • Posted June 4, 2009

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    Mediocre start to a new series

    There are some authors who are dependable. You KNOW that any book you pick up with their name on the cover is going to be terrific. There are others who are less dependable. Susan Mallery is one of the latter.

    While I enjoyed her Marcelli sisters series, her Buchanan series was hit and miss. The latest release, Under Her Skin, was both hit and miss. Some parts were REALLY good, other parts were so trite and unconvincing that I almost put the book down. Even the characters weren't uniform in their depth. Some were memorable and believable, others were ho-hum and easily dismissed.

    This was the first in a new series, but I doubt I'll be bothered to pick up the installments to follow.

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  • Posted May 15, 2009

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    Lexi & Cruz????

    Another wonderful book by Susan Mallery with a HOT hero and the beginning of a great series-Lone Star Sisters

    Lexi is the oldest Titan sister, Skye and Izzie are her half-sisters but they may only share a father, a strange hard businessman, they have a real love for each other. The girls have a wonderful, tough best friend, Dana the policewoman who seems to have problems with men too!

    Lexi finds herself in a financal bind-she had taken a $2 million loan to buy the building her day spa is in and make improvements to make it a bigger business and now the loan is being called in and she doesn't want to go to her father or sister for the money to cover the loan. In steps sexy Cruz Rodriquez who has business proposition for Lexi.

    Of course Cruz and Lexi have a history they raced for pink slips some years ago. She lost her car and her virginity that night and maybe she lost her good sense where Cruz is concerned. Cruz's proposition is for her to be his fiancee for 6 months to introduce her to the Texas Society he can't get into without an introduction by a member - Lexi and her family are one of the "first families" of Texas Society.

    Cruz came from the barrio and has a father that he doesn't want! He has a plan and wants to follow it but he has a hard time not falling for Lexi, of course he doesn't know how he feels just that he likes having her with him. Lexi creates a wonderful world for Cruz, takes him into her confidence re:her loan and all the other unusual happens with her father and sister, and of course living with him! They both can hardly wait to be alone wherever it is in their home. Lexi has a bombshell for Cruz, can he take it?

    I'm eager for next month, the month after and finally the 4th book in the fall. The Titan's are a BIG Texas family!

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  • Posted April 7, 2009

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    This is an intriguing contemporary tale

    In Texas the clock is ticking away on Lexi Titan who needs two million dollars in one month or her spa will go bankrupt. Affluent self made businessman Cruz Rodriguez offers the money to Lexi under the condition that she, coming from old money, pretend to be his fiancé for the next six months and escort him inside the highest levels of society; the other stipulation is that they live together sharing a bed. She is so desperate she agrees to his terms having not forgotten their sexual encounter a decade ago. He also throws in the caveat of helping unmask who is demanding payment of her $2 million dollar loan.

    As they begin the 180 day countdown, both expected an attraction, but neither anticipated how powerful the pull between them is. As the days go by initially too slow and then too fast, they fall in love. However, neither recognizes the feelings as she was raised by efficient cold nannies and he witnessed the abusive war between his parents.

    This is an intriguing contemporary tale starring an old money female and a nouveau riche male who have nothing in common except the strong belief that love is a fake as each witnessed a form of parental neglect. Fans will be pulled into the story line early as we will feel for both protagonists who believe "love is only found in fairy tales" (Monkees). With two Titan sisters to go, Susan Mallery opens up with a strong first act.

    Harriet Klausner

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