What do you get when you have no remorse for what you’ve done?
A resistance to surrender that’s too impressive to ignore.
Dash Marlow wasn’t ignorant of what his money, status, and last name did for him. Raised as the eldest Marlow son, there wasn’t anything that Dash couldn’t have or control. His entire family was an army of wealth, power, and ruthlessness; remorse wasn’t a word that any of them were familiar with. Quiet and observant, Dash always had his eyes on the prize, and he never lost.
When his senior year of high school changes everything for him, he finds himself at Drexler University, and he’s there for only one reason. Ready to follow in his father’s footsteps, Dash doesn’t need a college degree to become successful. With his photographic memory, sharp intelligence, and quiet determination, he’s already proven himself plenty, so he wasn’t in college for the education of it all.
He was in college for her.
Eden Rudolph wasn’t ignorant in the way that the world worked. Sure, she’d been raised in a good home with loving and supportive parents, and even her best friend was solid. Still, that didn’t mean that she’d grown up sheltered from the harsh realities of life. Very aware that there was evil everywhere, Eden had managed to be able to balance the good with the bad, and she’d been good at it.
When her senior year of high school changes everything, she finds herself doing her best to start over somewhere new. Ready to leave her past behind and start the next chapter in her life, Drexler University seems like the perfect place to start. With her priorities in order, her independence secured, and her skin a lot thicker than it used to be, she’s ready to prove what she’s capable of.
She’s prepared to forget all about him.
When your past, present, and future collide, no matter how hard you tried to resist…
After making the biggest mistake of his life, Dash has no choice but to do whatever it takes to make things right. Determined not to let Eden Rudolph’s blinding hate deter him from his goal, he pulls out all the stops, and shows the poor girl absolutely no mercy in his pursuit of her.
After making the biggest mistake of her life, Eden has vowed never to be that stupid ever again, and she’s determined to stick by that vow. When Dash Marlow comes back into her life, she doesn’t care about reasons or explanations, and she lets him know it under no uncertain terms.
Even though Dash knows that Eden has every right to hate him, and Eden knows that Dash will stop at nothing until he gets what he wants, there’s still more at stake than they realize. When the love of a lifetime goes up against the battle of a lifetime, it’s anyone’s guess as to what happens next.
NOTE: This book contains adult language, adult situations, explicit sexual encounters, and violence. If sensitive to any of the aforementioned issues, please do not purchase.
**NOTE: While Resisting the Enemy is considered a standalone, it is strongly suggested that buyers read Resurrecting the Enemy first. Dash and Eden make their first appearances in that book, and it will help you understand the dynamics of their story better if you read that book first.