America's most popular underground racing club masquerading as a college fraternity...
Expect the steamiest and most heartbreaking college romances. Happy-ever-afters are earned, not given.
Leandro Christopoulos is known for three things. Rich. Hot. And he drives a bike.
Roberta "Bobby" Granger is also known for three things. Nerdy. Snarky. And she runs a charity.
She isn't his type at all, but when the Greek billionaire accidentally sees her naked, he knows he has to have her...even if it means pretending he has a heart to lose.
Past betrayals had made Helios aloof and cynical, and he only trusted his brothers and chosen kin. Everyone else was suspect...and that included the tomboyish, camera-wielding MJ.
She was too young for him. Too nice. But when he found out that she had only joined their club because she liked another man---
Helios decided it was time to stop treating her with kid gloves.
He wanted her. He would take her. And then he would leave her.
Kellion was the Vice President of Afxisi, America's most popular and exclusive underground racing club...that also happened to be masquerading as a college fraternity.
He was wicked and dashing, a man whose charm had him surrounded by people every second. But no one really saw him. No one except her.
She was beautiful, funny, and snarky. But she was also far too young and good for him, and whose childhood trauma had her refusing to use her voice and speaking only with pen and paper.
He wanted her. Needed her. But if he chose to stay, he also knew he would end up destroying her.
Yuri Athanas' role was to be the golden boy of the Afxisi, and he played his role to perfection...even if the truth was the opposite.
Because of him, his sister had nearly lost everything, and since then, he had kept everyone at a distance.
Yuri did not want the past to happen all over again, but it seemed as if he had no choice.
Her name was Kalli, and she was the real angel between them.
She was innocence personified, and when she told Yuri she loved him, he knew he had no choice but to believe her.
And because he loved her back---
He had to let her go.
Now that she’s twenty-four, and hopefully just a little wiser, too, Hallie decides that it’s time she stops running away from her feelings.
This time, she’s going to let nature run its course – and stop pretending she’s not in love with him.