Release Date: December 8, 2015
At nineteen, Lady Steele’s whole life is planned. The problem is—it’s not her plan…
Lady’s wealthy family is legendary in the fashion industry, but she wants to escape their control and succeed on her own—so she runs away. When she stops for gas in a small town, she suddenly realizes she can’t use her credit cards, leaving her with no idea what to do next.
Del Ericson doesn’t know what to make of the petite brunette in a sequined dress…
Del’s a farmer who loves the quiet life of his small town. When he runs into distraught Lady at the local gas station, he knows right away she doesn’t belong in the country. Lending a helping hand, he pays for her gas. But when he realizes she really has nowhere to go, he offers her a safe place to stay.
But her family isn’t going to let her go without a fight…
She never expected to fall for anyone, much less a farmer, but she’s never been happier. When her family insists that she return to her legacy and take over the family business, Lady puts her foot down and insists she can be successful right where she is.
However, when Lady realizes that the fashion world has it own corrupt set of rules that will force you to conform or force you out of the industry all together, she has a decision to make.
Royce Blackwater is a billionaire businessman who’s not afraid to break the rules…
He seeks Lady out and makes her an offer that comes at just the right time. Or does it. Royce never offers something for nothing, and this offer comes with strings attached. It requires trading one freedom for another.
Will Lady give up her new found happiness without a fight?
Or will Royce Blackwater take what he wants, regardless of the consequences…
“Lady, you’re right. There’s something to fear from everyone. Especially me. If you’re in danger then it’s because I’m going to spoil you. It’ll make the choice of staying together very easy. Every girl in this city will be jealous of you. And every man will wish they were me.”
Lady looked at him in disbelief.
Del continued his efforts to soothe her. “You knew there’d be some sort of problem with the money and your inheritance.”
Zoe Adams currently resides in Hawaii. She was born the fifth of eight children in the Midwest. A big family and a family store gave a lot of human interaction and work experience at a very young age.
Her mother gave a love for books, paper, pens, and any other creative mediums. Her father instilled work ethic for making, repairing, or polishing things until they shine. There was a lot of competition in the large family and she learned how to tell a good story with few words.Some days she can be found at the beach or kayaking with her husband and partner of twelve years. They have no children but are perfectly content to spoil a dog. On other days, Zoe writes in a fictional world where love rules and romance is mandatory.