Manwhore (A Ferro Family Short Story)

Manwhore (A Ferro Family Short Story)

by H.M. Ward

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Manwhore (A Ferro Family Short Story) by H.M. Ward

A short story by New York Times bestselling author H.M. Ward set in her Sexy Ferro World



When billionaire Sean Ferro crosses my path, it's my job to destroy him.
His crimes are horrific, and there's no way I'm letting him walk away from them. Whether he wins or loses in court is irrelevant. I'll destroy any chance he has for a happy life when this is over, whether he lands in a jail cell or not.



The arrogant bastard is more beautiful than I thought. He sits there, day after day, closed off and quiet. Dark hair pushed out of his face, and those blue eyes staring into space, unseeing.



I assist the prosecution and twist his silence into apathy, steadily transforming the image of a broken man into a disturbed monster. I destroy him completely well before the end of the trial. Society hates him. And so do I.



But one night will change everything. One chance encounter shows me my mistake. This isn't something I can't change, so I offer the only thing I know he needs-me.



Genre: New Adult Romance

This story is a standalone volume of approximately 125 pages.

Related Works: The Arrangement Series

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781630350987
Publisher: Laree Bailey Press
Publication date: 12/07/2015
Pages: 136
Sales rank: 697,752
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author HM Ward continues to reign as the queen of independent publishing. She has sold over 10 MILLION copies, placing her among the literary titans. Articles pertaining to Ward's success have appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, and Forbes to name a few. This native New Yorker resides in Texas with her family, where she enjoys working on her next book.

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Manwhore (a Ferro Family Short Story) by Holly Ward | 9781630350987 | Paperback | Barnes & Noble 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
D-B1 More than 1 year ago
Awesome and amazing, captivating and engaging story written by the phenomenally, talented author H.M. Ward. I received Manwhore 1, 2, and 3 free with the H.M. Ward app. Paige is working with the District Attorney to find Sean Ferro guilty of the murder of his wife and unborn child. Paige is an excellent lawyer and uses the media to make Sean appear guilty. Paige feels guilty for what she is doing to Sean and needs some time to cool off. The only place she can do that is at her favorite Club but Sean is there. While both of them are trying to fight their sexual attraction and memories that haunt them, Paige has a dark, twisted way of dealing with her memories. Read the highly recommended, wonderfully written, must read story about Sean Ferro.
ENA1 More than 1 year ago
Great quick read... I can't wait for book 2 to come out because there is a huge cliff hanger at the end and I want to know who Paige is and how she fits in to the Sean Ferro thing. If you are and ARRANGEMENT FAN you will love Manwhore 1 and NEED MORE ASAP. If Manwhore 1 is your introduction to H. M. Ward well brace yourselves for some of the BEST reading you will ever have. The twist and turns and how the Ferro's function and show up in different series is amazing. You will have a NEW BOOK BOYFRIEND ASAP.
RosieGo More than 1 year ago
Be prepared to take a cold shower! Holy hotness! The scenes between Paige and Sean are melt worthy! Seeing Sean in that state of mind and asking Paige to show him how she does it, makes the story that much more intense. I am dying to know more about Paige as well. But will helping Sean and getting him to the mindset he wants to be in cost Paige her only escape? Can't wait for more. Always left dying for more!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fills in holes about the story but goes too far