The Big Easy, a wealthy British playboy, and one average Jane.
Ian Wright was in exile.
After the ninth (or was it the tenth?) university kicked him out, his parents washed their hands of him. No great loss there, but it meant he’d be spending the foreseeable future with his brother and bodyguard since being left to his own devices usually found him in a bar or behind bars. Quite often both in the same evening.
Jane Andrews was in trouble.
And it wasn’t even of her own making. It was bad enough her parents left the country the summer before she headed off to college but they also sent her to stay with a godfather she doesn’t know. All because respectable girls don’t spend the summer unsupervised. But when her godfather turns out to be her worst nightmare, she finds herself abandoned in a city better known for its sinners than its saints.
Ian Wright was, without question, a sinner. A drunken playboy with a hair trigger temper, he would never be a saint. Tormented by betrayal, he considered all women to be deceptive creatures. A grasping, desperate and singularly interchangeable gender good for one thing only.
Kristin is an an indie writer from Louisiana who believes happily ever after is a must. A fan of everything romance including paranormal and the occasional mystery, she only writes what she loves. When she isn't writing she's hanging out with her crazy collection of dogs and cats and daydreaming about the next dozen stories she wants to write. You can reach her on her website for updates on her latest writing projects and promotions @ www.kristincoley.com