Justify Me: A Stark International/Masters and Mercenaries Novella
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McKay-Taggart operative Riley Blade has no intention of returning to Los Angeles after his brief stint as a consultant on mega-star Lyle Tarpin’s latest action flick. Not even for Natasha Black, Tarpin’s sexy personal assistant who’d gotten under his skin. Why would he, when Tasha made it absolutely clear that—attraction or not—she wasn’t interested in a fling, much less a relationship.
But when Riley learns that someone is stalking her, he races to her side. Determined to not only protect her, but to convince her that—no matter what has hurt her in the past—he’s not only going to fight for her, he’s going to win her heart. Forever.
Hot. So freaking hot!
Justify Me takes you on a sexy adventure with Natasha and Riley. The character development and well placed humor give this quick read all the feels. A complete standalone with action and intensity that will have you feeling like a voyeur.
I highly recommend this book.
Great story set in our Stark Universe. Riley and Natasha are back and they sizzle off the pages. We finally learn all about their past and hope they can overcome bad memories for a fantastic and sexy future. We also get glimpses of Lyle/Sugar and Ryan/Jaime. Great read!
Justify Me~Stark International Trilogy 4.5 & Masters & Mercenaries Cross Over Collection
Julie Kenner, Lexi Blake
“Now I’m balancing on a precipice, and all I can do is hope that, despite everything, he’ll catch me if I fall.”
As usual these amazing authors did not disappoint. This novella packed a lot into these pages. It was filled with history, hope, mystery, steam and new discoveries.
“I’d been shocked at first—and then a bit turned on. A fact I’d confessed to no one, and fully intended to keep to myself until the end of time.”
What do you do when...your past confronts you and you don’t know how to hide your true feelings. When you are afraid of exposing yourself in fear of being turned away. When the person you need and trust is the last person you want to expose yourself to.
“He’s with me even though I can’t see him, and the awareness of that constant connection strengthens my resolve.”