A Stepbrother RomancePeople say a lot of different things about money, some of them true and some less true than others. But one thing I've learned the hard way to be completely and unquestionably true, is that money can never be a substitute for love. I've been madly in love with my stepsister Hillary since the two of us were teenagers, everything about her driving me wild, but I've never been able to tell her about it, for obvious reasons. If I ever said anything, I know it would destroy what we have with each other, and I know it would tear our family apart. So for years I've been running from my feelings, running, running, running, running, turning to drugs, other women, and amassing my immense wealth as a means of ridding our forbidden love from my mind. But there comes a time when you just can't run anymore, and sometimes you're forced to confront things face to face. But is facing the truth worth the possibility of destroying a relationship with the woman you love? This is a stand-alone Contemporary New Adult Romance novel. No Cliffhanger. Content suitable for mature readers, contains sexual content and harsh language.
A road trip for a couple goes awry when the husband dies of a heart attack on a lonely stretch of New Mexico highway. Not knowing what else to do, the dazed widow drives him home to Colorado, saying what has been unspoken between them for 35 years -- the memories, regrets, anger and humor of an unsettled relationship. Based on a true story, the author also provides a script for performance as a stage-play. "A dead guy in the front seat makes for a wild ride with vivid imagery." "Funny and tumultuous, this one hits a nerve."
Now, O Lover, till this time you have been indeavouring, slaving, turmoiling, sighing, groaning, hoping and begging to get from those slow and tardy lips, that long-wish'd for word of Consent; you have also sent many messengers to your Mistriss, to her Parents and Tutors, who were as able to express themselves as the best Orators, but could obtain nothing; yet at last that long desired Word, is once descended by the Draw-bridge of her lips, like a rich cordial upon your languishing heart. You have vanquish'd all your Rivals. Oh who can imagine your joy!
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