Marisol's family is on the brink, and the man she falls for may just push them over the edge.
Law student Marisol Clay loves her sister Dawn--most of the time, at least. She's been picking up Dawn's messes her whole life, always trying to be the reliable daughter, the dutiful daughter, the daughter who stays out of trouble . But when Dawn is arrested, not for youthful indiscretion but high-stakes burglary, Marisol copes by getting into trouble of her own:
Randal is the billionaire who solved California's drought, then disappeared from the public eye. He has stone-worn hands and hungry eyes, a perfect face with a vicious scar, a past he won't discuss and kinky secrets he wants to share with Marisol. He's the perfect distraction.
Or would be, if Dawn hadn't stolen from him.
Now Marisol is wrapped up in a world of crime and conspiracy, torn between her desires and her duties, tasked with saving her sister and unraveling a plot that threatens all that she loves. She's not prepared for any of this. She isn't even sure she'll make it out alive. And if she does, will she be able to look herself in the mirror?
"This was literally the best book that I have read in the past 2 years, and I can’t recommend it enough!" -Crystal Marie, Crystal's Many Reviewers
This is a stand-alone novel without a cliffhanger ending.