An Enemies-to-Lovers Standalone
Series: Stonewood Brothers #2
Cover Design: Book Cover Kingdom
Photo: Sophie Weilguni
Model: Martin Migschitz
Ever austere, billionaire businessman, Jett Stonewood, refuses to even crack a smile while vacationing in paradise. I’m determined to break him down by introducing some fun into his life.
If we have a bit too much by sleeping together, so be it.
The rude, overly practical man soon reveals that he can also be caring—thoughtful, and before long he’s the one wrecking me.
He’s drawn me into a complex dream I’ll have to find a way to forget when we return home.
The problem: Jett acquired my company.
He’s everywhere now, a constant reminder of the unattainable.
Victory Blakely needs a lesson in safety precautions. Not that she would follow it if our recent tumble in the sheets is any indication.
She’s too peppy… so naive it’s dangerous. Someone should break down her fortress of positivity, teach her that warnings aren’t meant to be invitations.
The solution: I’m the man for the job. I’ll Infiltrate myself into her life and let the disassembling begin.
The little pixie flutters around in reverie. Let’s see how well she flies when I reduce her fairytale bubble to dust.
He narrowed his eyes. “You know that’s a lie.”
“I’m not lying. I don’t need you between my legs. Especially if your handbook frowns upon it.”
He ran his tongue over his teeth and sucked on them as if sharpening the retort he was about to make. He pressed the privacy button on his desk and stalked toward me to grab my neck with one large hand. “If my handbook flat out denied you of it, I’d still be there because it’s where I belong. And you damn well know it.”
“Then, stop talking about it and prove it.”
When she isn’t writing, she’s spending the days with her husband, daughter, son, and terrible cat. She and her husband drink way too much coffee, eat way too much candy, and laugh way too much. Life is good when the kids are behaving.
On the off chance she’s not writing or spending time with family and friends, she’s calling them to talk. And if no one answers, then she’s reading and watching trashy TV.