Love doesn’t matter. Romance doesn’t exist. (The final installment in The Future of Sex series) In the year 2060, sex is a game of extremes. No desire is unexplored and even the unimaginable is possible. Alexa Mathis, head of the monolithic O Corporation, has found a prodigy she believes will drive her sex empire to
Love doesn’t matter. Romance doesn’t exist. In the year 2060, sex is a game of extremes. No desire is unexplored and even the unimaginable is possible. Alexa Mathis, head of the monolithic O Corporation, has found a prodigy she believes will drive her sex empire to rapturous new limits: Chloe Shaw, a common girl with
The Syndicate’s plans are finally made. Everything’s been building to THE GURU. Anthony Ross is larger than life: tall and handsome, strong in body, mind, and vision. I’ve always believed what my friend Jamie says: what Anthony does onstage isn’t an act. One day, he’ll change the world. Jamie would know. Anthony is like a
These hot, powerful men don’t impress me. I’m not new to this secret club of billionaires. I know all about their Syndicate … and even some of their plans to control the world. I’m Alyssa Friggin’ Galloway, publicity genius, and I’ve dealt with all of them: Nathan Turner, who built the Boys’ Club, and even
“You have to fall in love,” Alyssa suggests. And then, because she’s my publicist, she adds the key word: “Publicly.” My name is Ashton Moran, and I’m CEO of the $2.2 billion Hurricane Apparel company. You’d think that’d be enough, but it’s not. Not for Alyssa. She says my public image sucks. She says my
People say money can’t buy love. Fortunately, it can buy everything else. My name is Nathan Turner. I’m the best networker in the world, and I make big deals happen. Right now, I’m bringing together the most powerful people on the planet. When the group is complete, we’ll have a pool of over one trillion
I’ve always hated Hunter Altman. I hated him at first sight, in my teens, when my mother met his worthless father. I hated when Bill moved in with us, dragging Hunter like bad baggage. I hated when Mom and Bill made it official, turning the delinquent a-hole in the next room into my brand-new stepbrother.
At the luxurious Hotel Indigo, the staff is attentive and the heat is always on. Between her father’s funeral, stress from work, and her mother’s guilt, Lucy White has hit her boiling point. Something’s got to give, so she books a room at the exclusive Hotel Indigo spa to let it all go, and leave
“I won’t do anything you don’t want me to do,” Caspian tells me. “I’ll just force you to do as you wish.” I’ve always been a good girl. Partly by choice, partly because of my mother’s shame and my father’s belt. Caspian White is strong. Handsome. Powerful. Frightening. The world knows his name, envies his
With Trevor’s contest at its end, it’d be easy to say we’re three against one. And yet I’ve never felt so alone. My heart is torn, twisted, ripped. I’m alternately hot and cold. I dream vivid dreams, no longer sure if they’re fantasy or reality. There’s a new player in the game. He’s tall, broad,
I’ve been in this billionaire’s game for a month — but something changed when half my competition was eliminated. It feels less like a contest now … and more like an experiment. I shouldn’t have made it past the first round. I don’t know how I did; I’m not special like the others. When I
Good girls finish last. The contest is heating up in every way imaginable. Bridget still only wants one thing: the money she needs to sort out her life, and the lives of those who depend upon her. And so far, nothing has broken the boundaries of what she’ll do for that money—though that edge keeps
Desperate times call for desperate pleasures. Bridget is at the end of her rope, deep in debt to the kind of people you don’t want to owe money, with zero prospects of paying it back. That’s when she meets handsome stranger Daniel Rice. He works for a powerful man who promises that he can make
He left her alone. Now he’s back … but too much has changed. Maya grew up with a big heart and even bigger dreams. She never thought she’d end up a single mother spending her whole life where she grew up—the small town of Inferno Falls. But things didn’t work out the way she thought.
Gavin might just be the music that Abigail yearns for … if only his painful past will allow him to love again. Just a few months after arriving at Inferno Falls, Abigail can’t see the light at the end of her tunnel. No one can complain about being overworked and broke when the rest of
Riley’s whole life is ahead of her … if the temptation of her father’s new protege doesn’t prove to be too much to stand Ever since losing her mother as a girl, Riley James has lived for her father, Mason. The loss has nearly consumed them both, and they’ve only survived it together. But while