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Two full length stand alone novels.
I don't do relationships.
My sisters insist I have commitment issues. I insist they should mind their own business.
Then Anthony crashes into my life.
The sexy bad boy is tasked with community service and I’m the girl who has to make sure he gets his crap done.
When he suggests hot and sweaty sex with no strings attached, I jump in with both feet.
Who wouldn't want a solid string of orgasms without the commitment?
But then he starts sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong.
And I can’t let that happen.
After losing my job and letting the perfect relationship slip through my fingers, I wanted a fresh start.
I needed it.
Then I screwed up and am paying for it with community service, which is where I meet Sway.
The girl is the exact opposite of everything I've ever wanted in my life.
And bright colors.
And a crazy cat lady who believes that relationships are a waste of energy.
She's the perfect opportunity to pass the time until I can get my head out of my ass and move on with my life.
But the more I'm around her, the more I begin to realize that we can't run from our pasts.
Neither of us can.
We can only embrace it.
And I thought I was the broken one.
Walking down the aisle toward my arch enemy wasn't exactly what I was picturing when I planned out my dream wedding as a little kid. But as I take in his chiseled jaw and sexy smirk, I remember why I agreed to this sham of a marriage.
It's because I'm a glutton for punishment and love a good underdog story, and the more I get to know Liam, the more I can see that he's exactly that.
I just hope I'm not wrong about him.
Marriage is a load of crap and my dad knows it, which is why he insisted I find a wife if I ever wanted to touch my inheritance.
Little does he know, I don't have a problem getting my hands dirty in order to get what I want. And if I have to use my little brother's nanny to prove it, I will.
Besides, the girl drives me insane. It's not like we have anything in common other than our mutual disdain for each other.
This'll be a walk in the park.