Some call him a rock god. Others a celebrity bad boy. Me? I call him the arrogant bastard who stole my concert venue. His apology? To take me and my violin on tour with the band. It’s an offer I can’t refuse, even if it does come with strings attached. Because Rey Thomas isn’t who he seems. Life isn’t pretty behind the deviant frontman’s facade. It’s raw, ugly, and at times downright painful. But it’s real. And far better than the lie he presents to the world.
Once upon a betrayal. Sebastian Stone – the boy I grew up with. My best friend who I confided in and trusted more than anyone. The boy who stuck up for me at school and filled my days with laughter and happiness. The boy who turned into a man who slipped into my bed at night and made me into a woman while the rest of the house slept.
Dragon’s Fake Wedding Date
Gayle Weber’s life is a mess. She’s turning thirty in two days. Her long-term boyfriend just left her for her best friend. And, as if that wasn’t enough, she absolutely hates her job. She has zero interest in flirting with the stranger sitting next to her at the bar, but she can’t ignore the fact that he’s scorching hot. She’s not interested in a relationship right now. So why is her stomach tying itself in knots whenever she catches him looking at her?