Publisher Description

USA Today Bestselling Author, Lexy Timms, brings you a new series About Love and everything in between the road to forever.

The course of true love never did run smooth...                William Shakespeare

After losing her money and fiancé in one go, Kellie Margolis, the one-time owner of a lucrative business, checks out of society. She needs to become something—or someone—unassuming. She’s hired on as a waitress at a bar called Darkness. It’s in a dangerous part of town, locally known for its Russian-American population.

Betrayed and humiliated by her fiancé who used her business as a front for an escort service, Kellie wants to keep her world small and simple. Unexpectedly, her new life involves the erotic, shady, and incredibly charming Sasha Petrov. Sasha’s too good-looking for words. Life for Kellie becomes passionate, adventurous, erotic, and bold—but by no means simple.

Though too many signals say Sasha plays dirty, Kellie decides she’d be a fool to deny herself the pleasure he brings her. Their affair becomes more like a fairy tale, and Kellie starts believing Sasha is the love she deserves after her hard times. He lavishes her with opulence and tends to her every need like no one has ever done. When Kellie’s past unexpectedly comes full circle, she realizes how small the world really is.

Will an unforeseen discovery break Kellie’s heart for good, or will Sasha be the bad boy hero he’s set himself up to be?

Just About Series:

About Love

About Truth

About Forever

June 25
Dark Shadow Publishing
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

nmcneely34 ,

Great book!!

Great book, and steamy love story. just lots of words not translated correctly to the virtual book.

guyclan ,

About this book

I was pleasantly surprised that i enjoyed this book.
It got a smudge predictable but that's ok. It was still fun. I need to read part 2 because Sasha seems to be the nicest bad guy ever.

taylorRip ,


This story is okay. But the inconsistency in the characters personalities is annoying. Details get jumbled and wash back and forth. I feel like this was a high school level writer testing the waters.
I started the second book in the series because the ending sucked but I was curious to see if it got any better and just COULD NOT bring myself to get past the second chapter.

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