MATCHLESS: Book Two of the Black Brothers
NOTE: MATCHLESS IS A STANDALONE NOVEL
When her boss asks for her help on a high profile intellectual property case, the last person attorney Mila Kingston expects to walk into her office is the gorgeous stranger she had an unforgettable one night stand with on her birthday. Navy SEAL Griffin Black has been upfront since the beginning that he's not looking for love or commitment, which is just fine with Mila, who's focused on her career and certainly doesn't have time for a charming playboy. However she can't pass up the opportunity to represent Griffin and his brother in a landmark trade secret case involving a plant from the Amazon with the potential to cure cancer and the greedy woman who will stop at nothing to possess the rights to the research.
Although Mila's determined to keep him at arm's length, the more time she spends with Griffin, the harder it is to resist his easy going charm and his promises of forbidden pleasures. Before long, Mila is entangled with Griffin in a battle for the rights to medical research that could change the world of medicine, as well as her heart.
The Black Brothers Trilogy
Three brothers, bound by a secret that could change the world of medicine.
Three women, hired to protect the secret that someone is willing to kill for.
The last thing they expected to find was love.
PRAISE FOR MATCHLESS:
I didn't think this book could possibly be better than the first book in this series, but it was! This trilogy has definitely become instant favorites of mine.
I love when the women in these books are strong and stubborn, can take care of themselves, but yet ultimately submit to the alpha men in their lives. The results are explosive!
The plot of deceit and mystery and danger is still alive and well in this book too, and I love where the story is going. - Goodreads Review
Wow, this series just keeps getting steamier. Bush did an amazing job describing Mila and Griffin's encounters. The imagery created definitely goes down on my list of most memorable encounters. From dinner at Griffin's to the role play at the club and finely their night on the beach...wow. Can I get a fire extinguisher please. - Goodreads Review
As a stand-alone it’s good, however as part of the series it’s great. I’m ready for book 3. And to see what happens with the rest of the family.