Even Money (Book 1): I love this book. The writing (as always) is phenomenal. It's sexy and dark and daring, a story like no other I've read before. Dario's unrelenting pursuit of Bell is both romantic and borderline stalkerish, but their chemistry is undeniable. This exciting, sexy, fast-paced book will have you on the edge of your seat from page 1 to the "WTF just happened" end.
Double Down (Book 2): The conclusion to Dario and Bell's love story is filled with angst, murder, suspense and longing. Dario's alpha personality is romantic and frustrating. Double down is just as fast-paced as Easy Money, but there is more mystery and suspense. The total package is an engaging story that will keep you guessing until the end.
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He looked like a pretty boy who grew into a man and beat the shit out of the kid he'd once been. He looked like a night full of filthy, delicious sex, and a string of orgasms that would leave you panting and delirious. He looked untouchable.
God knew that foreplay was a lost art, one this man had mastered. But it wasn't fair to have such a beautiful dick and torture someone by withholding it.
He'd never had a woman so responsive, so engaged. When she was touched, she bloomed. When he fucked her, she was a rabid animal. When he made love to her, she melted.
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Sometimes it only takes a minute. A connection of eyes across a room, a quickened heartbeat, and everything changes.
I was a cocktail waitress with a fondness for partying and meaningless hook-ups.
He owned half of Vegas, with the reputation to match.
I should have turned away. Instead, I stepped closer.
Then, the lies started.
And someone died.
It didn't stop me from falling in love.
In Vegas, there was one man who was off limits. One man... and I fell for him.
I knew there were risks. Still, I played the game. When Dario Capece called, I answered. When he beckoned, I came. When he broke all my rules, I looked the other way.
I knew there were risks. I just never realized they included death.