(Rockers’ Legacy Book 1)
They call me the rocker’s princess, some even call me the dance prodigy, but none of them knows the real Mia Armstrong.
Now that dancing is no longer my future, I don’t know either.
All I want is the opportunity to find out, to have some time to try being just a little normal. To discover who this new girl is.
I fought for the chance to go to college on my own. Without the guards overshadowing my shot at a real college experience, drawing unwanted attention and making it impossible to learn new things about myself.
My goal was to get my degree and start my own dance school. Barrick wasn’t part of that goal, but suddenly, he was everywhere—and I was so damn tempted. His arms felt so good wrapped around me, making me feel safer than I’d ever felt in my life.
But Barrick had more secrets than I could ever hope to uncover.
And one just might break me completely.
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 2)
She doesn’t realize I will give up everything to be with her.
When I lost my leg, I’d thought I lost everything.
Then I met Nevaeh.
She gave me a reason to wake up in the morning, turned into my best friend, became the voice of sanity when the world was nothing but chaos.
And now, with one announcement at a party I didn’t even want to attend, everything I had planned for us could be destroyed.
A mistake I made when I was too young to know better has come back to haunt me, and it could cost me the one person who matters most.
I’ll burn this place to the ground before I give up the only good thing in my world.
Savoring Mila (Book 3) A Crossover Rockers’ Legacy & Angel’s Halo
That was all we had, all we needed.
It was a chance meeting in a New York City club while I was in town for a wedding. Our paths were never going to cross again.
But I lied.
One night wasn’t enough.
New York City was my dream. Work for the best tattoo artist in the country, build up my own client list, then start my own ink shop wherever I wanted.
Then I met Mila.
One night. That was what we agreed.
But even as I was telling her goodbye, I was already planning our forever.
Surviving His Scars
I have a secret.
One that will get the man I’ve been crushing on for years killed if my father ever finds out.
My sister says he’s a stalker—how else could he know exactly when I’m in trouble and come to rescue me?
I don’t care. He’s saved me over and over again, so I know he doesn’t want to harm me. And every time I get so much as a glimpse of him, my heart becomes even more his.
Everyone who hears my name instantly thinks I’m a monster.
They don’t know the real me. The one who hated the men who tried to make me just as evil as them.
All I wanted was to burn their empire to the ground.
Until I saw her.
My precious one.
Her family thinks I wanted to hurt her when all I want is to protect her.
The scars of my past aren’t pretty. They shroud me like a dark cloak, making me feel like the devil I’ve been cast as. It would taint her sweetness if I let them touch her.
But when she disappears on me, I can’t hold back any longer.
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 4)
“Even before you were born, we belonged to each other, Vi,” I reminded her, trying to fight the desperation to grab on to her and hold her, because I could feel her slipping away from me more and more with each beat of my heart. “You were in your mom’s belly, but I still felt you in my heart. It was as if there was this invisible cord connecting your heart to mine. I can’t see it, but I feel it. Every damn day. You are mine.”
“You’re right. I’ve always felt it too. I am yours. And you were supposed to be mine. We were supposed to be each other’s firsts, Luca. First kiss. First touch. First everything. We promised we would be each other’s firsts. ‘Firsts and lasts,’ that’s what you said. I remember it as clear as if it were yesterday. You swore that you would wait. That I was worth it. But you didn’t wait, did you, Luca? You gave all your firsts away to someone else.”
“I…” My throat closed up, making it impossible to speak, to tell her everything I needed to so I could fix this. Fix us and what I broke.
“You stole that from me, Luca.” Angry tears spilled from her eyes, and my heart shattered even more. “You gave away everything that was supposed to be mine. And you just expect me to be okay with that? I’ve waited my entire life to give you my firsts, but you have none to give to me.”
“I’m sorry,” I whispered, my voice choked with emotions I was afraid to lose control of. If I let the tears free that were burning my eyes, I might flood the world.
“Sorry? You’re sorry?” Her laugh was hard and final, causing me to flinch. “Yeah. So am I.”
“What does that mean?” My throat felt like I’d swallowed broken glass, and I was surprised I didn’t spray blood on her with each exhale.
“It means I’m done. You tossed away your firsts like they meant nothing. So mine are no longer yours.”
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 5)
Just the sight of her is enough to make my mind go blank.
Shaw Cage doesn’t know the power she has over me, and I can never let her find out.
She’s my best friend’s sister, and her brother and I made a pact—our sisters were off-limits.
As much as I wanted her, I could never have her.
Until I realized Cannon was unworthy of my loyalty.
Realizing my mistake came too late.
I’d already let Shaw down too many times.
But I am Emmie Armstrong’s son.
I won’t let anything stand in my way of getting what I want most.
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 6)
I have a stalker.
Nothing new about that.
I’m the latest it girl in Hollywood. Stalkers come with the territory.
But this one is…different.
This one is braver—and unpredictable.
My sister is married to a security expert. One phone call and I could have one of the world’s best-trained bodyguards watching over me twenty-four seven.
But if I do, my parents will find out, and my dad will stress.
What if he gets sick again because he’s worried about me?
No! I refuse to let that happen.
Which leaves me with just one choice.
I’ll have to call the only other person I can trust.
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 7)
Jenner conquered my heart with such ease. I lowered my walls for him, giving him a piece of my heart that I’d never allowed anyone else outside my family to touch. With him, I found the parts of myself that had been missing.
For the first time in my life, I felt as if I’d found someone to cherish me the way my dad cherishes my mom.
Then I found out I was the other woman.
From the moment I set eyes on Doe, I was hers. I tried to keep my distance, knowing that if I allowed myself too close, I’d never get enough. But a man was only so strong. With one touch, I was addicted.
Nothing could make me give her up. I’d spend my life cherishing her.
I just had to find a way to make my stubborn little lamb listen—she was never the other woman.
She was the only woman for me.
(Rockers’ Legacy Book 7)
My favorite charity asked for my help. It sounded so simple—twelve dates in twelve different cities during my summer tour. All I had to do was show up, take a few pictures with the highest bidder, pretend to have a good time, and move on. Pretty easy, right?
The highest bidder for the first date was my childhood bully. He might have stopped tormenting me in recent years, but I couldn’t forget how much he’d hated me when we were younger and all the awful things he’d put me through.
But it was only one date. I could survive a few hours alone with him, especially since he’d dropped some major cash for my time.
Only, he won the bid for the next date…and the one after that. A million dollars later, he’d won all twelve dates.
Which left me wondering… Why?
I was starting to think Cannon Cage didn’t actually hate me after all.