Family means everything.
Slotted to become CEO of his family’s tech company, he lives, breathes, and sweats family.
But his commitments are crushing his hopes of starting his own family.
Margot lights up all those ignored desires and unspoken dreams.
She is what he wants—exactly what he needs.
It’s not a matter of want. It’s a matter of who he lets down.
Which ball will he drop if he decides he wants more from life than a job that is his life?
Family means disappointment, broken hope, and reinforced insecurities.
It’s not a sanctuary to seek, but a tie to break.
Fin showed her what family could mean. What it would be like to be loved despite her flaws.
Her goals are tested when she desires to have more with a man she shouldn’t want, yet can’t resist.
But she’s hiding a secret from the world—her bubbly personality, a mask she wears well.
When Fin decides to make Margot a priority, will she unburden her secret for a chance at love?
D.M. Davis’ Until You Believe is the fourth book in the Until You series and is a poignant, emotionally raw, friends to lovers, sexy, contemporary romance.
“I could. But I won’t, Pixie.” A quick press of my lips to hers is not nearly enough, but it soothes me until I can get more. “I need you to give your secret to me, to carry, to heal with you.”
She shakes her head and bites her lips as her eyes fill with tears. “It can’t be healed, Fin.” Her chin wobbles, and each word is tight with emotion. “Don’t think you can fix me, because you can’t. I’m flawed. It can’t be erased.”
God, my girl. “You’re killing me, Marguerite. I don’t mean physically. I don’t care what perceived physical flaw you’re hiding. I’m talking about the scars you carry on the inside. The ones that make you doubt your worth. Make you think you have to be the happiest person in the room. You don’t, baby. You just have to be you. And when you’re ready, you give me your secret. Let me love you and carry it until you believe enough to stop hiding.”
“Holy nutcrackers,” she whispers. “You’re like every dream I ever had except way better, way hotter, way sexier, way sweeter in every way.”
“Sweet?” I chuckle. “No one has ever called me sweet.”
“But you are.” She leans back, drying her face. “You are sweet to me. You may give the world buttoned-up-in-control Fin, but you are tender and thoughtful with me. Your calm crumbles for me.” She placates me with a heated kiss that ends too abruptly. “I like you sweet and undone. Give the world what you want, but give me everything else.”
She is a Texas native, wife, and mother. Her background is Project Management, technical writing, and application development. D.M. has been a lifelong reader, and wrote poetry in her early life, but has found her true passion in writing about love and the intricate relationships between men and women.
She writes of broken hearts and second chances, of dreamers looking for more than they have and daring to reach for it.
D.M. believes it is never too late to make a change in your own life, to become the person you always wanted to be, but were afraid you were not worth the effort. You are worth it. Take a chance on you. You never know what’s possible if you don’t try. Believe in yourself as you believe in others, and see what life has to offer.