M. Malone

http://www.mmalonebooks.com/

Very down to earth, comfortable with herself she comes off as a free spirt.  I’m thinking that is why I loved her stories.  Yes I have read two of them and I just downloaded the next two.  She has hit the New York Times, and the USA Today Bestselling Author’s. 

A mistake in identity isn’t always bad.  Ridley Wells never intended on pretending she was her sister, it just kind of happen.  And with Mr. Hunkey next door, Jackson Alexander, offering her assistance she couldn’t resist after finding her twin sister not home.  She needed a safe haven and he was offering it.

Jackson Alexander, never noticed the hot and sexy model living next door, and he has no intentions of starting that now.  He already had his hands full with have to young boys to raise as a single father after his wife died.  Self-guilt of allowing his music to come first before protecting his wife has left him refusing to sing another note.  And a woman in his house that gets along with his boys, isn’t going to happen, but she is so perfect in every way except letting him near.

The secrets they each hold with keep them apart for so long when the physical attraction becomes over powering.

It isn’t until Jackson’s brother shows up and thing turn to blows because he comes on to Ridley hot and heavy accusing her of wanting him.  She cannot stand there and watch the brothers fighting so he confesses the whole thing risking the heart ache she is causing Jackson for lying.

You will have to read the story to find out if Jackson is more angry or relieved to hear that Ridley is not the person he though she was.  I adore this story!!!!!

Raina Winters is happy to have her sister so close to her now that she was dumped right before her wedding.  She doesn’t believe in love, but she had an arrangement that would look good for both parties and she would have the child she so desired.

The only hard part about seeing them all the time its in eveitable that she sees Nicholas Alexander.  They once went to dinner, and had a great night together, but she knew he was a playboy, so she didn’t want to needy or clinging and she left it be what it was, “one night.”

Now that he knows she wants a baby, and he’d be happy to supply it, he would just have to convince her.  His condition, the one thing that will make this all possible, she has to say I DO.

After being dumped can she take the risk to believe in this playboy? 

Another great story by M Malone.