What happens when a pretend boyfriend wants more than make-believe? Find out in this Westmoreland novel from New York Times bestselling author Brenda Jackson!
No red-blooded man turns down the chance to escort gorgeous Trinity Matthews—and Adrian Westmoreland is definitely red-blooded. For her, he'll pretend to be her man. But keeping his hands to himself? That is impossible. A Westmoreland always keeps his word, but how long before Adrian turns this fake affair into something real?
Can’t get enough of the sexy Westmoreland brothers? Find out what kind of trouble Adrian’s twin, Aidan, gets himself into in The Secret Affair. Available December 2014 from Harlequin Desire!
Look for Bane, the latest sensual story in The Westmorelands by Brenda Jackson.
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I love the westmoreland series
I really really wish this family series was an HBO special. I would love to see these characters come to life on the screen and not just in my head. I can't wait until Bailey find her man I know that story will be great as all the other. Thanks for he awesome read.
Another Westmoreland fairy tale...
Well, Mrs. Brenda Jackson, you’ve done it…again!! I pre-ordered this book and got it a few hours early and as expected, it was all that! I just finished reading this wonderful story and the best way I can say it is, “Well done!” I just love how the innocent caveman act surfaced in the beginning when Adrian was pretending to be Trinity’s lover. But beware of the protective man, for he has other intentions, whether he realizes it or not! And Trinity soon found out.
Unfortunately, there are lots of Casey Belvederes in the world who are untouchable because of their wealth and pedigree. It was so nice to see him be taken down a notch by someone more powerful. I thought it good that the hospital administrator was included so that the bad behaviour and the cover up of bad behaviour would cease. And what Dr. Belvedere did not only ruined his career, but his brother’s as well. But in his selfishness, he was only thinking about himself.
I loved the accident that Dr. Belvedere got into the night before. That was priceless. Maybe if Dillon had not been so noble, this whole farse could have ended sooner.