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As a made man, obligations are my middle name.
As a Five Pointer? Those obligations are even more complicated.
I fell for her when I belonged to another.
Another I didn’t love.
Another I loathed.
Who trapped me in a vise, and blackmailed me into being hers.
I was born a filthy fecker, dragged kicking and screaming into a cold,
hard world. My son isn’t like me. He isn’t filthy.
I don’t want to pollute him, but I will.
Because I’m a b*stard.
I don’t want that for Seamus.
I want to step up. Be the father he deserves. And Aela? I want her
just as much as I want to be a part of his life.
Of course, she’s nothing like I imagined. When I first wanted to wife
her, she was young. Pliable. Now? She won’t take what I want to give
She wants it all.
Every part of me.
But my heart died a long time ago. If anyone can resuscitate it, it’s
her, but first, I need to become a better man.
And that might be the one thing I can’t do.
Have your eyes ever met someone’s across a crowded room?
Have you ever looked into that person’s eyes, and somehow known that you were theirs?
That, more importantly, they were yours?
I was fourteen when that happened to me.
It wasn’t the first and only time it happened either. It kept on happening, only with the same guy. Over and over and over, it would happen.
Our eyes would connect, and it was like the sun would peep out from behind the clouds on a dull day.
I knew it sounded like nonsense, but it actually wasn’t.
Every time my gaze was captured by Declan O’Donnelly’s?
I knew we were meant to be together.
That was what made things so awkward.
I wasn’t his.
He wasn’t mine—he was my best friend’s.
And that was only the start of all the trouble.
She writes MF, Menage and Reverse Harem (also known as Why Choose romance) in both con-temporary and paranormal. But she has recently decided to concentrate more on contemporary MF stories, mainly with A Dark and Dirty Sinners’ MC Series and The Filthy Feckers Series.