Three women. A $120 million fortune. And an heiress pig. She’s a struggling single mother whose claim to the Armington name stems from an affair between Palm Cove’s founder and his mistress. Winning the money will mean her family will never want for anything again. There’s just one big, knee-weakening, mouth-watering problem…the talk, dark and gorgeous lawyer in charge of the Heiress Games. ALERT! The Heiress Games is like no other series. You’ll actually see the same events unfold in Books 2 (Not Quite An Heiress) and 3 (The Forgotten Heiress), but from the other characters’ points of view. Each romance will come to a satisfying conclusion, but you’ll have to wait for the ultimate winner to be announced at the end of the series. The author apologizes in advance for writing a cliffhanger, but knows you’ll love the journey to the grand finale.
Cam meets Heiress #1, "his" heiress, Eve Bennett. She could get him into trouble.
Introducing Cam's two best friends (and former foster brothers), Killian and Jackson. Cam talks his friends into coming to Palm Cove to help with The Heiress Games and watch over the 3 women.
Here attorney Cameron Reed learns about his new case...and it is surprising.
Annaliese Matheson once had the perfect life, with a successful career on Broadway and a loving husband who was her greatest champion. Then her husband died. Devastated, she left the stage behind and only returned when her best friend, Grayson Kendall, asked her to perform at The Paradise Dinner Theatre in tiny Shellwater Key, Florida. Annaliese is convinced she’ll never love again, but when she steps in to direct to Middle School Christmas Show, nothing will ever be the same. A man unlike any she’s known awakens her buried heart, giving her a second chance at forever with the last person she would have expected. It will take a miracle for Annaliese to let someone else in and embrace happiness again...but then it is Christmas.
John-Luke "Duke" Evans wants to see Annaliese. Duke is a former pro football player who doesn't shy away from what he wants. I love their interactions because Annaliese always gives as good as she gets.
"Alpha Man" is among the guys who show up to play Sunday afternoon football in the park where Annaliese Matheson goes to run. She can't help noticing him (he's hard to overlook), but they've never spoken. Her only observations are made from across the park. Sill, he stirs something in her that has been dormant since the death of her husband. Alpha Man is very different from her stage actor husband, which is part of the problem. How could she be attracted to someone like that?
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