The Boulder Series
The Boulder Series, is a new adult romance series covering tropes of forbidden love to enemies-to-lovers to opposites attract. This series collection tells stories of family, friendship and falling in love.
Book 1 and Book 2 can be read as standalone but you must have read Books 1 and 2 to enjoy Book 3 and Book 4.
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You’d think the universe would toss me a break after the year I’d had.
I made a plan, one that would give me a fresh start in a new town where no one knew me. It should have been simple, but nothing is ever as easy as it should be when starting over.
New town, new school, and a new life. It sounded easy enough, or I’d thought it had.
Nice guys finish last.
It’s a motto I live by. In my world, it pays to be the bad guy—and I’m very good at being bad. I have a thriving business built on blood, sweat and tears—literally.
Illegal fights are my bread and butter, and no one interferes with that. Including an expensive-looking, blue-eyed blonde with a mouth that just won’t quit.
They say opposites attract, and that is certainly true for Hope Walker and myself.
She is everything I am not, yet everything I am starting to crave. I am a self-confessed lady’s man, a player, and a flirt. She is quiet, plain and unassuming. Someone who I have overlooked time and time again. But when she helps my friends and I out of an awkward situation, I begin to wonder how I could have been so blind.
You see, my friends and I share a bond closer than brothers—even though that bond is currently being tested.
After falling for Lela and becoming a father, as well as running a successful—if somewhat shady—business, I thought my life was going to be smooth sailing.
I should have known better. After all, there’s no rest for the wicked.
And despite being a daddy now, I am still very much an alpha—a wicked alpha. Something that will come in handy when an old adversary returns to collect a debt owed.
But how can I focus on taking care of business when Lela runs off, leaving our baby boy alone?