Except Carrington Carter can’t ever seem to win… Carrington has never been
good enough, between competing with the ghost of a sister she never met and a
brother who can do no wrong in their parents’ eyes. She’s convinced finishing
nursing school will finally make her parents proud, until she finds out she
didn’t pass her boards. Now she needs money, more than she’d make working as a
A secret life of late
nights and fast cash may be the only way to keep the news of her most recent
failure from her parents…
While driving to the
hospital, she spots a gentlemen’s club, the Thirsty Beaver, and
decides to apply for a job as a dancer. She’s danced her whole life—how hard
could it be? The only problem is it’ll have to be a secret because if her
parents found out, it’d be one more thing for them to be disappointed with her
David “Damien” Michaels
loves his job with the DEA. Posing as a bouncer at a strip club is just another
Damien lives the single
life, scratching his itch one woman at a time, while jumping his career up the
ladder. The fact-finding case at the Thirsty Beaver goes
perfectly until one gorgeous redhead complicates everything. She doesn’t belong
there, and he knows it.
One look leaves him
mesmerized, and he realizes she’s gotten under his skin. He knows he should
stay away from her. It could jeopardize her safety and his case, but when he
can’t convince her to leave the club…rules no longer apply.
Will the truth set them free, or will Carrington and
Damien finally be consumed by their…Secret Love?
Available in Kindle Unlimited
There’s one main stage with three different poles placed in various spots on the stage. Two smaller stages are on opposite sides of the main one. The DJ booth is in the corner, and I can see a guy standing up there. Right now, the music is a lot lower than one might expect. A group of men in suits are all sitting around one table with drinks in their hands. There’s no one dancing, but a girl in a bikini is standing by the table of men.
“Can I help you?”
The voice behind me causes me to jump and then turn around. The woman is gorgeous. She has to be at least six feet tall. Her blonde hair is slicked back, giving the illusion of a Mohawk.
“Um, yes. Hi, I was wondering if you were hiring.”
She looks me over and surprisingly makes me feel like a piece of meat. For a second, I think I’m imagining it until the woman very slowly lets her gaze travel down my body and then settle on my breasts. She bites into her lower lip before she looks back up at my face.
“Follow me.” She starts walking toward the bar, so I follow behind her. My palms become sweaty as we step behind the bar and head down a hallway that leads to a huge office. “Have a seat. What’s your name, sweetheart?” Her voice is husky, and she has a slight accent that I can’t place.
“It’s Carrington Carter.”
“You want to be a dancer here?” I nod my head. “Have you danced before?”
“I’ve been dancing since before I could even walk. Now, I’ve never stripped before, but I don’t have a problem showing off my body.” I sound confident even though, under this woman’s scrutiny, I’m feeling self- conscious.“You are beautiful. Our customers are going to love you. I’m Bridgette, by the way, and I’m in charge of all of the girls. We don’t need any more dancers right now, but we can always bring you on as a cocktail server until a spot opens up. You’ll make sure the customers have full glasses, help serve during private parties, flirt, and make sure everyone is having a good time. What do you think?”
has been an avid reader most of her life, but five years ago got bit by the
writing bug, and it quickly became her addiction, passion and therapy. When the
voices in her head give it a rest, she can always be found with her e-reader in
her hand. Some of her favorites include, Shayla Black, Jaci Burton, Madeline
Sheehan and Jamie Mcguire. Evan finds a lot of her inspiration in music, so if
you see her wearing her headphones you know she means business and is in the
During the day Evan works for a large homecare
agency and at night she’s superwoman. She’s a wife to Jim and a mom to Ethan
and Evan, a cook, a tutor, a friend and a writer. How does she do it? She’ll