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These are contemporary romances that occur at the intersection of love and the law, which is a dangerous place. For full description see each individual title. More
Pick up the first Dangerous Relations bundle at a BUY TWO, GET ONE FREE PRICE including FULL versions of all 3 DR Books: Seducing The Billionaire, Griffin’s Law and The Office Ink:
Seducing The Billionaire:
Billionaire Alixander Angelis wins freedom on his terms because of his ex wife’s bed hopping. Alix doesn't want freedom from Rachel, his ex's much younger half-sister. He plans to dabble in romance with Rachel to give her time to mature. But she's a Carolina girl who is older than her years. She gives him an ultimatum - he must court her publicly and claim her fully or she'll walk away. Alix can't lose Rachel and perhaps she's right - Mother Nature doesn't have a calendar.
After he meets her demand, Alix is arrested for sending emails intended to entice and seduce Rachel. To defend himself at trial Alix must display his helpless adoration to a national TV audience and a Myrtle Beach jury. Rachel's testimony would clear him but she disappeared, leaving behind a letter full of lies.
Had Alix been seduced by love or had he fallen for an elaborate con?
Shea Ramsey starts her first year of law school planning to concentrate on her studies, make law review, and chart a course for a successful career. She's vowed to ignore any temptation to stray - including the McDreamy guy she met at a party the night before her first class. Ignoring him would be a whole lot easier if he hadn't turned out to be one of her professors.
Grey Griffin teaches Constitutional Law and he has as many secrets as ladies' phone numbers in his Blackberry. He's not a big believer in limits or boundaries, except the unbreakable law known as Griffin’s Law – that he'll never get involved with a student.
But aren't all laws made to be broken?
The Office Ink:
Frolicking with the forbidden can be deadly.
Jed Ballinger fell for his newest associate, Gemma Marshall, putting him in danger of violating a rule of his family's law firm - Never Dip Your Pen In The Office Ink. Worse, Jed's younger brother Mark wanted Gemma too. Despite Jed being the designated damsel delighter for The Esquire Club, a group of dedicated bachelor lawyers, despite his brother's interest in her and despite that rule, Gemma was the one lady Jed couldn't walk away from - until Mark was murdered in his office, holding a picture of a partially nude Gemma. But Jed may have walked away too late.
On one fateful night, Gemma discovered Jed entangled in his office with another woman and Jed fought with Mark before passing out on his office sofa. And sometime that night, Mark was murdered. The police think Jed killed Mark to win the tender battle and they charge him with the crime. Will a jury agree? Can Gemma explain those naked photos? Even if she does, can she ever forgive Jed for his betrayal?