Must she choose between love and money?
Or can Rook get both?
I get it. Stripping naked and letting your boyfriend's best friend paint your body in order to sell custom motorcycles isn't the ideal way to start a brand-new relationship.
Add in a TV reality show, another best friend who seems determined to make me notice him, and the little fact that in order to get paid I will have to strut my stuff in public wearing nothing but body paint.
Yeah. There's not a chance in hell that Ronin is going to be OK with all this.
It feels like everyone is trying to break us apart. Spencer with his stupid body painting contract. Ford with his stupid TV show contract. My sister and her boyfriend's niece constantly calling me for help. Even Rook seems determined to stop our love before it starts with all the bad decisions she's making.
But I'm not the kind of man who walks away.
I'm actually the kind of man who sticks around.
I don't care how against-the-odds we are—I'll fight for us.
Even if she won't.
Manic is book two in the Rook & Ronin series and features Rook getting naked in front of tons of hot men, body paint being applied to the most inappropriate places, and a whole gang of people ready to let go of the past and look towards the future. It's a story about love, and second chances. About friends who become family. And most of all, learning to live with who you are.
About the Author
After graduation she got a job with the state of Colorado as their one and only hog farm inspector and spent her days wandering the Eastern Plains shooting the shit with farmers. After a few years of that, she got bored. And since she was a homeschool mom and actually does love science, she decided to write science textbooks and make online classes for other homeschool moms. She wrote more than two hundred of those workbooks and was the number one publisher at the online homeschool store many times, but eventually she covered every science topic she could think of and ran out of shit to say.
So in 2012 she decided to write fiction instead. That year she released her first three books and started a career that would make her a New York Times bestseller and land her on the USA Today Bestseller’s List eighteen times in the next three years. Her books have sold millions of copies all over the world, the audio version of her semi-autobiographical book, Eighteen, was nominated for an Audie award in 2016, and her audiobook Mr. Perfect was nominated for a Voice Arts Award in 2017. Johnathan McClain is her first (and only) writing partner and even though they are worlds apart in just about every way imaginable, it works.
She lives on a ranch in Central Colorado with her family.