The first Murphy’s Law of Love - NEVER SLEEP WITH ANYONE CRAZIER THAN YOU
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Small-town librarian Charity Prewitt never dreamed she'd meet and fall in love with a man like Nicholas Ames. The handsome, rich, charming, sexy-as-hell millionaire blew into tiny Parker's Ridge, Vermont, and immediately rocked her world. Powerful, sensual, the perfect man, Nick knows all the right words—and all the right spots to touch, sending…
The morning after the night before, gifted young mathematician Faith Murphy runs away from Nick Rossi, hockey star heartthrob. If you have to run away from home it might as well be to a gorgeous place—Siena, Italy, where an international conference is being held. She wakes up in the buttery sunshine only to discover the murdered body of her Boss from Hell and she is the prime suspect.
Nick Rossi wakes up with a massive hangover and fabulous memories of his night with Faith. She ran away from him to Siena. Siena is where his family is from and his cousin Dante is the cop who arrested Faith. He has to rescue her, also because his cousin Dante is really good-looking and now that Nick has tasted Faith, he realizes she is his.
**Note to readers - This is an extensively rewritten and much sexier and funnier version of a PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED BOOK titled, Dying for Siena.**
International best seller, Lisa Marie Rice has twice been a Cosmo Red Hot Read author and her books have been translated into several languages, including German, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, and Tagalog.
Praise for her books...
“Edgy, sexy, endlessly exciting…. Give me a dangerous, seductive Lice Marie Rice hero any day …or night.”
—New York Times bestselling author Shannon McKenna
"Lisa Marie Rice is an autobuy author for me. She never disappoints! Her books are comfort reads that I re-read time and time again. Hands down she is one of my favorite authors."
—New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks
"Buyer beware! Watching a warrior choose a woman over his brotherhood is definitely addictive, and for me, I Dream of Danger was a gateway drug."
—New York Times bestselling author Eloisa James