Lou just needs someone to take her away. It doesn't matter if she knows his name. Or if he knows hers.
Actually, it's better if he doesn't know hers.
At least that's what she tells herself when she's sticking her tongue down the throat of the sexy handyman she just met on her new job.
Her father's dead. Her family's fortune is gone. And, oh yeah--she's assumed a false identity so she could get a position at Huntington Manor, the luxury tourist attraction that was once her family's estate. Nobody here knows that she's Louisa Cunningham, former heiress and current complicated head case. To them, she's just Addison Thomas, assistant to the hotel's General Manager.
Well, except to handyman Ward Brannon--to him, she's the strange but intoxicating new girl who tried to have sex with him without even knowing his name.
Ward is everything Lou knows she should stay away from. He's a playboy. He's constantly getting in fights. And he resents her family for reasons she doesn't understand. But in spite of herself, she can't stay away from him, even when that puts her secret at risk. Even when it becomes increasingly clear that he harbors a few secrets of his own...
Cunningham Family Reading Order:
His Wicked Games (Book 1)
Truth or Dare (Book 2)
Sweet Victory (Book 2.5)
Her Wicked Heart (Book 3)
Take You Away (Book 3.5)
Lost and Found (Book 4)
Completely (Short Story)
Their Wicked Wedding (Book 5)
A Cunningham Christmas (Book 5.5)
Their Wicked Forever (Book 6)
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Her wicked heart
Really quite good.
Wasn't sure what to expect. This series and the one about her brother are good. Not going to discover the meaning of life in these books, but if your looking for a fun read, try this series.
After reading the Wicked series with Lily and Calder, I was very skeptical of Lou and her side of the story. My feelings for her seemed the same as Lily. But like all stories, there are two sides to tell. Ember Casey does an amazing job of highlighting Lou's side of the story and how she chooses to deal with her emotions. This is a great read and I truly was lost in their lives! Can't wait to finish the Cunningham family series.