I’ve got a secret.
Savannah, Georgia is full of debutantes and greed. The Heirs own this town. They own me, too.
I don’t know what I did to ruin what we had. But their kindness turned cruel almost a year ago. I was prepared to leave it all behind and start over at a new school. But Rogue Kelly, the king of the Heirs, ruined that.
He doesn’t want me anymore but doesn’t want anyone else to have me either. I know too much to be set free, but not enough to stay.
The Heirs aren’t through with me yet. And I crave their cruelty too much to give up now.
Authors' Note: This is a bully romance with dark themes that may be triggering for some readers. Please read with caution.
I’ve got a secret
I’ve got bruises no one can see and the devil’s blood running through my veins. If I want to end my father’s reign, I’ve got to help Rocco Nomar with his daughter.
She’s broken, jaded. A sad, pretty little thing with a big heart and eyes that make me feel like I’m drowning. She’s not swayed by the social politics of Savannah, but she has my heart doing double takes.
I didn’t even know I was capable of love. I’m not a man that can be tamed. But Rachel Nomar just might change that.
As long as the devil in me doesn’t ruin her first.
This book is a dark romance that explores very dark themes. It does include scenes of violence, substance use, and non-consensual sex.
I’ve got a secret.
I have blood on my hands and a trust fund in my name. And I’m in love with someone I can’t have.
There’s six years separating us, and he’s my brother’s best friend. I’ve tried to stay away, but he keeps pulling me back.
Luis Salvador makes me feel wild and free. He fans the fires within me instead of putting them out.
But there’s an even darker secret I’m harboring than this forbidden lust. I can’t escape my past or the man who’s following me.
Savannah is full of secrets these days. And so am I.
This book is a dark romance intended for mature audiences only. It does include substance use, violence, and issues of sexual assault