Sometimes when you bury secrets so deep, you forget they exist.
Self proclaimed bookworm, Lacey Nichols’s life couldn’t be sweeter. She’s a recent college grad who’s landed her dream job at a budding publishing company in bustling downtown Detroit. And she’s finally coming into her own, putting her tumultuous past behind her.
Enter Myles McCrae—the hornet’s nest. The all-pro quarterback who’s insanely sexy, young, and rich with a devil may care attitude. He’s the one your daddy sat you down as a little girl and warned you to stay away from. And until New Year’s Eve, Lacey did. She thinks he’s obnoxious and extremely arrogant, but who knew one kiss at midnight would change her life as she knows it forever.
Lacey’s dream job becomes a nightmare when Myles chooses her company to publish his autobiography and her boss selects her as the co-author. She’s reluctantly thrusted into the biggest break of her young career with someone who she thinks is an egomaniac—even though she finds him devilishly irresistible and mysterious. Lacey soon realizes there’s more than meets the eye to Myles than the flash and glitz of an all-star athlete.
But when lines get crossed, temptation flairs, and secrets from the past rises to the surface, Lacey is forced to reconsider everything she thought she knew about the world and herself.
This is the first volume of the series and ends in a cliffhanger.
This 34,000+ word novella contains explicit adult content.
|Publisher:||Fade To Black Publishing, Inc.|
|File size:||168 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Evelyn Rosado has been many things (stripper, school teacher, debt collector), but writer of erotic tales was one she would have never imagined. She's always been a very sensual woman and wears her heart on her sleeve, so being an erotic author is sort of a natural transition for her. Well, her knowing a thing or two about naughtiness helps too!
When she's not churning out scintillating tales, she's usually splitting poles on the sidewalk with friends, crossing the paths of black cats and walking under ladders.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was easy to follow and fun to read. Awesome writer and thanks for representing the D!
A story with a message about prejudices and preconceptions of others. So many times the story isn't as simple as it might appears.
This was a decent quick read. 72pgs total. It could have been developed a bit more. But over all it was an okay quick read.