Ryan “Cass” Cassidy was once a pristine young man. A figure of the All American male. Trim, clean cut, church every Sunday, until the people who were supposed to have his back betrayed him. That betrayal sent him to prison for 13 years.
Once out he has nothing on his mind but revenge and retribution. He’s had years to plan, years to make connections, years…..now it’s time.
This book is not your typical contemporary romance. This book is full of human flaws, revenge, cheating, lying, profanity, and sex!!!
Tap Dancing With the Devil follows Ryan on his quest and the roadblock that is love.
Wade has allowed grief to take over his whole existence until he believes the only way he can truly feel again is to die and hope that his partner of the pasttwenty years is on the other side waiting for him.
After a series of not so unfortunate events Wade finds himself on his neighbor’s stoop and comes face to facewith the most handsome Kent Walker. Kent too has lost his partner but he’s chosen to continue living. The polar opposite of Wade.
The two share stories and griefand Kent shows Wade what he had in the past versus what he can have in the future.
Arthur-Viscount Campden has been left mentally ill after a fever as a child. He hallucinates frequently by hearing and seeingthings that aren’t there. He’s since been locked in his rooms for the past ten years.
One night he disturbed by a ruckus outside his door. He listens intently trying to figure out what the noise is when a stranger appears in his room. He believes it another hallucination; that talks back.
Fox first presents himself to Arthur as a commoner but soon allows Arthur to know he too is a gentleman. Fox is charmed by the innocence of Arthur and frequents him in his rooms. They quickly develop a friendship that eventually leads to more. All the while we’re seeing Arthur come out of his shell.
Secrets are revealed that have Arthur making rash decisions that drastically change his future.
Miles at the end of book #2 killed a man to save his best friend. Since then he’s been carrying a sufficient amount of guilt. He needs to let go, give someone else control of his crumbling life, before there’s nothing left of him.
Josie is a computer analyst at the same security firm that Miles works at. In fact, Josie has been in love with Miles since she met him six years ago. Eventually she put her infatuation aside and they became friends. Now that Miles is falling apart she believes that desperate times call for desperate measures.
Only Miles sees things different and it takes an attack on Josie’s person to help Miles see beyond himself.