It’s bad enough Griffin wants his boss. That boss is also his brother’s ex. This is about to go south.
For a little over a year, Griffin has worked for Assets, a high-end strip club for members only. For Griffin, it’s easy work. He’s naturally flirtatious and good at making money while avoiding entanglements. The problem is his boss, Andrew. Once upon a time, Andrew had been engaged to Griffin’s brother. The pair ended on terrible terms and things are awkward now. Yet Griffin can’t stop watching Andrew, waiting and wanting.
People might consider Andrew a little bitter. Getting cheated on and left at the altar will do that to a person. It’s been eight months, but seeing his ex’s little brother every night keeps the anger fresh. There’s only one way to make things better. He has to get even.
One night’s horrible decision leads to something darker than obsession. It’s mania. It’s inevitable.
Inevitable is a short introduction to Charity Parkerson’s new series, The D, where you never know what you’ll get. It may be a devil, a diva, or a daddy. Or maybe it’s just Silas D, a mysterious matchmaker who likes to meddle a little too much. You’ll have to read each one to find out.
Caught between two men, Abel must choose. He can unmask the man who saved him or love the one who wants him. Both choices feel equally doomed.
Six months out of rehab, Abel is relearning how to live. Mostly, life is quiet now. Some days it makes him crazy doing nothing but wandering the halls of Silas’ huge house by the river. The only time Abel feels anything but apathy is when he gets clandestine visits from his secret benefactor. Then he feels very alive. Until it’s over, that is, and Abel has to go back to the boredom of simply surviving. Everything changes when Jasper bursts onto the scene.
As a successful boxer, Jasper is used to getting what he wants. From the first time he set eyes on Abel, Jasper has felt a kinship with the fire he sees in Abel’s eyes. It’s obvious Abel thinks there’s no real hope for him. Jasper won’t stop until he proves Abel wrong. The problem is Jasper is poison. He has secrets and a darkness he doesn’t think Abel will understand. Eventually, the truth always wins.
Between the benefactor who saved him and the sexy boxer who won’t leave his head, Abel can’t find steady ground. There’s something about both men he can’t resist. If only they were the same man…