Book 1, The Everly Brothers
Wild girls get what they want…
After moving to New York City, Hailey Thompson lands a job as the assistant to her older brother’s best friend – and her childhood crush – Andrew Everly. Seeing Andrew again both thrills and terrifies her. The lighthearted boy she remembers has grown into an impossibly handsome man, but he’s also become a cold and ruthless businessman.
When Andrew agrees to hire Hailey as a favor to his childhood friend, he still thinks of her as the fresh-faced girl that he knew growing up. On the contrary, she’s all woman. Temptation in a short skirt. As alluring as she is though, the little beauty is far too flighty for a man like him…not to mention that he’s her boss.
As Andrew secretly struggles with his self-control, Hailey does everything in her power to crack his rigid façade. After being forced to spend a weekend away together on business, Andrew’s rigorously sculpted mask of discipline begins to slip, and Hailey gladly takes advantage of the opportunity to educate him in the ways of seduction. He can claim all he wants that he likes his women elegant and controlled, but Hailey knows a dirty little secret…when it comes to matters of the heart, wild girls rule.
Praise for Wild Girls Rule:
“It was quick, funny read. Hailey was a fun character and Andrew’s stern personality made it easy for Hailey to mess with him, a lot. They both try to deny their feelings which complicated the storyline but it just made it fun! Can’t wait to continue the series!” ~ Hot Guys in Books
“I thought this was going to be the typical forbidden office romance but it turned out to be so much more. I really got into this read! Hailey had such a great personality, at times flighty but it’s what made her, her. Andrew is the picture of a business man, but when he let his true self out, he was adorable and totally alpha.” ~ Wicked Reads
“I highly recommend this as a book for readers of romance to obtain. I am looking forward to reading more by this author. I believe Andrew’s brother, James, will have quite a great story to tell.” ~ Cruising Susan Reviews