Masterson
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Masterson by Lisa Lang Blakeney

05/09/2020
She's a sweet girl in trouble. He's a bad boy asked to protect her. Their chemistry is undeniable, but it's an attraction that’s completely off-limits to explore…or is it? After Elizabeth Hill is brutally attacked in her apartment by an intruder and then unceremoniously dumped by her ex-boyfriend, she moves in with family that she barely knows for protection. All she remembers about her aunt’s stepson, Roman, is that he was the moody, mean boy who played a cruel trick on her when she was just six years old; but soon learns that he is now a complex and multi-layered man who has the ability to protect her, ignite her, and challenge her like no one ever has before. Wealthy Roman Masterson makes his fortune by fixing celebrity problems for big money and by any means necessary. He is a foul-mouthed, bad-tempered, manwhore who doesn’t have the time or inclination to babysit a gullible little brat from the suburbs…until he unknowingly spots her in the middle of a crowded dance floor and decides right then and there to claim every one of her orgasms from that moment on. Little does he know that the woman he’s laid claim to is the same girl he’s been sworn to protect. Author Note: Masterson features a deliciously hot and tatted alpha who swears and stars in a lot of flamin' hot sexy scenes. Please note that this forbidden romance was previously published under the title of Cousins and ends on a cliffhanger.
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