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The press calls me the “Ice Princess of Pop” because of my unyielding façade throughout heartbreak and betrayal. Perhaps it’s time to show them the real me.
With every syllable, I pour out my emotions and allow them to puddle, forming lyrics from my soul’s breath. And with each word, my broken heart cries out for Kane, begging him to help me break this pattern.
To help me stop being so d*mn good at goodbyes.
A stand-alone, contemporary romance.
I’ve spent the last five years without her and I refuse to waste another day. I have a solid plan. All of my figurative ducks are in a row. I’m going balls to the wall, and I’m not stopping until I win back the only girl I’ve ever loved.
There’s only one problem. This war isn’t just about business.
Because when they’re not butting heads… They’re banging headboards.
The attraction between us is undeniable and something we can’t ignore.
But there’s a secret that threatens to come between us. When we uncover more than we should, things become dangerous.
Premium scotch aged to perfection, making money before sunrise, nine holes of golf and interesting conversation. Those are the things most known about me. Toss in a leggy brunette or a stunning redhead at a society event for good measure and there’s a story to amuse the public. But, my story goes deeper—to the past that I left behind.
Sooner or later past and present collide. I never dreamed Stevie Brockman would be part of both.
When she checks into the Paradise Beach Resort for a week of soul searching, a fat pug takes a wee on her travel pillow. Then the dog’s owner, a stunningly handsome man named Tate, asks her to dinner. But just when things are looking up, an unpredictable turn of events happens.
Ten years ago he broke my heart. Now he’s back, and he wants a second shot at forever.
When I moved back to my home town and came face-to-face with the first boy I ever loved, I finally understood why they say you can’t go home again.