Today the final book in the series has been released. I'm stoked. I love Maddox so much and Bee is my favorite heroine I've ever written. I wish I could be as outspoken and as okay with who I am as she is. No, she's not perfect but she's honest and feisty and I just loved writing her.
Maddox needed a strong woman. I think that was pretty obvious in Facade. He's man enough not to feel threatened by a strong woman and I loved that about him.
It was a joy to write their story and I hope you guys will love it as much as I loved writing it. I'm going to miss the people in this series so much.
A biker. A tattoo artist. A love to last a lifetime.
Maddox Cross has always had to be tough. When his father went to jail for murder, the teenager took care of his sister and mother. Now on his own and working security at a night club, Maddox wants to become a tattoo artist-a dream that comes closer to reality when he falls for the hottest, most tatted woman he's ever seen. She's wild and beautiful, and Maddox will do anything to be with her.
Bee Malone came to town to open up her new tattoo parlor, Masquerade. Since being kidnapped as a young girl, Bee has had trouble getting close to anyone. But when she meets Maddox, she sees that under his hard biker's body is the sensitive soul of an artist. What starts out as a sizzling one-night stand soon becomes so much more.
Bee wants Maddox to join her tattoo business, but letting him into her life means revealing all her most intimate secrets. And as the past begins to intertwine with her present, Bee fears their love may not be as permanent as their ink . . .
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“Yeah…you’re kind of incredible. Has anyone told you that?” Closing down my thoughts, I focus on the muscle in my chest for the first time in forever.
“No.” Her voice is soft…sweet in a way I’ve never heard it. “It scares me that you did, only not as much as it should. That freaks me out even more.”
“It’s not like you’re the only one who’s nervous here.” Because I’m falling for her. Really fucking falling for her. I think I’ve known it for a while but it hasn’t been as real as it is right now.