“Let’s get one thing straight, Mayor’s Daughter. I didn’t pick you up. You picked me up.”
LEAH REMEMBERED THE NIGHT HER FATHER HAD BEEN NOMINATED.
Joe had been so gentle, so exciting.
Later, she realized that night had all been an act.
“But love is blind, only temporarily.”
Whether as a dare or to spite her parents, Leah Clark had never backed down from a challenge. The more powerful the man, the stranger the experience, the faster the relationship, nothing would stop her from self-destruction or ruining her father’s reputation.
“Any man with money is a man to be worked.”
WAS IT LOVE OR HATE THAT URGED HER TO SHAMELESSLY SHARE HER BODY?
WAS IT THE LIES THAT DROVE HER TO ABANDONMENT?
If her parents never taught her love and truth, who was going to now?
Ben. Joe. Dan. Martin.
“Loving a woman is very much like playing songs on a jukebox. The results are as varied as there are records.”
“So fun! I love that this is a retelling of the author’s grandfather’s work of fiction. It’s so much fun to see it modernized with details of my beloved hometown. Well done and can’t wait to see what story is next!” – Heidy