#2, Devereaux Billionaires
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He's a criminal.
And he's her boss.
Lacking enough evidence to go the police and not enough money in her bank account to quit on a moral basis, Lori Briggs is stuck, and it's quite clear that her boss, the criminal mastermind, intends to start mixing business with pleasure.
Michael Devereaux will do anything to protect his family's interests--even if it means posing as a criminal for an undercover FBI operation. He's got to keep Lori close, and his enemies closer. But when the intimacy with Lori deepens, Michael must decide what's more important: his family or his heart?
About The Author:
Mallory Crowe is the award winning author of the Fractured Farrells series, the Bad Boys of the Underworld series and many other novels. She grew up surrounded by rescue dogs and escaping into romance books whenever possible. After trying to do the "adult" thing by getting an accounting degree and CPA license, she decided to try her hand at writing and never looked back.
An avid traveler, reader, and Netflix addict, Mallory currently lives in Michigan, with her husband and three laidback dogs.
Things are happeing so fast!!!
This is book 5 of the Billionaires in the City series and this is Michael's and Lori's story. We get some answers to some of the questions we had in book 4 but things are getting a little complicated for Michael and Luke. There are so many more specifics in this story that it gives you a better picture of who's doing what to whom. Lori gets thrown into the mix and she can't deny her attraction to Michael, as much as she wants to. Their one-weekend stand turns into much more and it's really cute how much Michael likes her. He chases her relentlessly. Now we know that the group they're looking for is called Thirteen Stars but we still have many, many questions about them that I'm sure will be answered in upcoming stories. I can't wait for Luke's story coming soon.
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"I liked it"
Mallory is a gifted author.