Everyone has an image of Jameson Riley they can’t forget. Invincibility.
They believe it and essentially create it themselves. It’s his rough and tough exterior, reckless attitude, never hesitant and rarely questioned persona. He’s born and bred to be this way, sliding two-wide through life, living on the edge of the cushion.
He’s a king. A legend.
Some think he’s indestructible. He can’t fall, right?
What happens when he falls before the woman that holds his heart? He’d gladly give it to her, too.
Let her have it to survive this. But in his heart, he knows what they have is a bond, a foundation that will get them through pace laps.
Authors Note: This book is part of the Racing on the Edge Series and shouldn't be read until the others are read. Due to explicit language and sexual situations, it's not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.
I loved my job.
After meeting the owner’s son, I hate it.
He's making my life difficult, and I'm positive he only comes to work to annoy me. I contemplate quitting just because of him. That is until I realize who he really is. A famous wedding photographer whose clientele ranks among the rich and famous. Getting Elliott Warren to be your photographer comes with a price tag and it just so happens my best friend has been trying to book him for her wedding.
He’s so famous that asking him to take her wedding photos is like asking Michelangelo to paint your apartment.
I can’t let my best friend down.
Go on a date with him and he’ll take the photos. It's supposed to be a simple business transaction.
Pfft. Impossible. Not when you're dealing with someone as devastatingly attractive as him.
Just when I think I have it under control, he makes his next deal. And this time, I find it even harder to resist. He knows exactly how to deal.
Authors Note: A portion of How to Deal was previously released as a novella titled Deal in 2014. How to Deal is now a full length novel and includes brand new material to complete the ending of Tathan and Amalie.
COMING SOON IN 2018!
Rager and Arie Sweet finally have the life they always dreamed of.
Marriage, kids and another championship with the World of Outlaws.
Life couldn’t be more perfect.
Until now, having just been given the opportunity to be partial owner in JAR Racing, Rager believes he has what it takes to live up to his legendary owners expectations.
What he could have never been ready for is the crash ahead, the one pushing this dirt driven racer full speed into a turn he didn’t see coming.
When their lives are sent into a spin can Rager and Arie adjust their line and give it throttle or will they lift?
“There’s parts of her that were completely untouched until my dirty hands pulled her in, marking her in all the ways she needed.”
Desperate to find a new mechanic, the last thing Reddington expects is a woman to show up, let alone one with a sinful body, sharp tongue, and the inability to just do her job and not give him lip.
He can’t deny he’s hoping to catch a view of her bent over a hood, but there’s not a chance in hell that’s going to happen. As much as Red wants to take her for a test drive, he knows he needs to keep his priorities straight.
“Have you heard of Newton’s third law of motion? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction? It all goes back to one saying. You’re able to choose but you’re never free from the consequences of your actions. There’s no reset, there’s no take-back, there’s an action, and an outcome.”
After fleeing from an abusive ex, Lennon hopes the garage bays of Walker Automotive will keep her dark secrets hidden from her past. What she doesn’t expect is a sexy, brooding, tattooed boss with an attitude.
Neither of them can ignore their attraction as they struggle to make sense of their connection. And what happens next will no doubt be unsteady.
“I’m not going to let him hurt you anymore, Lenny. I won’t let him anywhere near you.”
“The best relationships are the ones that make it through darkness. The ones where people look at one another and see hurt and say, you’re worth it.”
After attempting to drink away a broken heart, Raven Walker finds herself in the arms of the one man she never thought she’d have. The problem is he happens to be her childhood crush and her brother’s best friend. What she assumes will be just a one-night stand turns into so much more. He’s strong, confident, loyal, tattooed and before she knows it, her head and heart are fighting a battle between staying within the boundaries or crossing a line she can never come back from.
“That’s how Tyler and I began. Secretive and undecided.”
Tyler Hemming isn’t looking for anything but whiskey when he walks into Murphy’s Bar. He certainly isn’t expecting to find his best friend’s little sister drinking away a cheating boyfriend. He’s not supposed to want her. It breaks all the rules. But what he finds is an escape. A no-strings attached distraction that allows him to forget and live in the moment. Everything is perfect until he’s confronted with life-changing news.
“Hurting makes you react in ways you shouldn’t. Makes you lie and use others until the pain’s gone and what you suddenly feel is nothing but loneliness. The way it should have been in the beginning.”
There’s one place Rawley Walker feels at home. On a stage, gripping a mic in a darkened bar. Desperate to distance himself from the temptation to use her, Rawley leaves town in hopes to forget his childhood girlfriend who broke his heart.
“They chant my name between songs, worshiping the lost soul in front of them, but not a single oblivious one actually knows Rawley Walker, the front man of Torque. Why would they want to? Want some heavy truth? I don’t know him either. Not anymore.”
For years Sophie Cunning regrets one night that changed everything between her and Rawley. She can’t take it back, as much as she wishes she could.
Just below the surface lies a truth she never wanted to admit and he won’t let her forget.
As she attempts to move on with her life her past and present collide and she’s forced to deal with a new reality, one neither of them can run from.