Decker Collins waits for no one and expects the world to kowtow to his wishes. He’s one smart successful attractive lawyer. However, when Tate Reynolds enters his path in the most unconventional way he finds himself a little less cocky and a lot more challenged. Reynolds makes no mistakes as she takes over his thoughts and soon his world beats to a new drum.
For a first co-authored work, Sloane Howell and Alex Wolf turn up the heat with Decker and Tate. The craft of each author is felt as they move through the cocky styles of both main characters and the strength they build not only on the professional level of the white-collar corporate dynamics but also with the power plays in the bedroom. A bright light in the author’s craft within the prose is the uncanny ability to detect the voice each author brings to the story. No doubt they will only get stronger the more they collaborate.
He’s a bastard in Burberry.
Decker Collins knows how to do one thing—win.
When his billion-dollar law practice moves to merge with a firm out of Dallas, she shows up to oversee the transition.
Tate Reynolds—the vixen in Versace.
She’s whip-smart, sassy, and gorgeous. Oh, and she doesn’t take any of Decker’s sh*t.
With the merger hanging in the balance, they go to war with each other.
There’s only one problem. This war isn’t just about business.
Because when they’re not butting heads…
They’re banging headboards.