Thursday, October 26, 2017

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Derek (Hunter PI & Security #1)

After sixteen years as a SEAL, I'd seen more than my share of sadness and horror, but I'd also helped save lives and protect innocent people from the evils in the world. Serving our country was something I was made to do. It was the only thing I knew.

I was going to miss it so much, but the time had come for me to return home for good. The love of my life was pregnant. We were starting a family. I was going to be a father. Life was perfect.

All of my years as a SEAL hadn't prepared me for the heartbreak that was coming. One second my love was right there with me, and the next I was alone, just a single dad raising his little girl.

An unexpected meeting with a total stranger gave me the chance to follow my dreams and start my own company.

There were only two things that mattered to me. The first being my daughter and giving her the life she deserved, and I was working hard to do just that. The second was my company and the thought of building it into something great, so I buried myself in work.

Everything was fine the way it was. I kept to myself, my little girl was happy, and my company was growing. That was exactly how I liked it.

The one thing I didn't need was a distraction. I didn't have time for that, and I didn't want it.

Then I got a call. It was part of the job. That's all it was.

I had no idea just how much that one call would change everything.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

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The company I worked for had been bought by who I later found out was my best friend's ex. That was one crazy story. He ended up being a retired Pittsburgh Pirate. I was just as shocked when I found out.

He'd gotten three of his ball playing friends to agree to do some promotion for the company for practically nothing. I was going to be the one to get them everything they needed while they were there. Out of the three of them, I was sure there would be at least one sexy man that would have the need to release some stress, and I was all for helping him.

You see, I didn't do love or relationships. That part of my life was over. I was all about having fun with no strings attached. There were only three rules I lived by. Don't get close, never fall in love, and always have fun. Life was short, and it wasn't to be wasted.

When he walked in, I couldn't help but notice his sexy muscles, perfectly placed tattoo, earrings, and tight ass. He was the one I wanted to relieve my stress.

Then he opened his mouth and everything changed.

He was cocky. He was arrogant. He was not going to make it through the day.

I made a promise to my friend that I'd do my best to behave.

There was no way he was going to make it easy on me.

Little did he know, I wasn't going to make it easy on him either.

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It had been ten long years since Scott Reid, the man I thought would always protect and love me, had torn my heart apart.

I'd watched from the sidelines during those years as he played ball for the Pittsburgh Pirates. When he came home, I applied for jobs in every state but Michigan. I needed to get away from everything that had to do with him. When I was offered a job at a sports equipment company in Pennsylvania, I jumped at it. He wasn't there anymore. I knew it was a good place to go. Working with numbers was my thing. I loved it. Working with anything sports related and numbers was absolutely perfect.

I'd been there just under a year since I'd moved my entire life two states away from my parents.

My boss was great.

I'd met the perfect best friend.

I was moving forward.

Scott Reid was in the past.

Life was amazing.

Nothing was going to stand in my way.

I should have seen it coming. I should have known life was going to throw me a curve ball. I just had to figure out what to do with it.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

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Hacked by Love, Part 1

When I told my parents during my senior year that I wasn't going to college, they lost their minds. There was only one person that stood beside me, and that was my sister Sammie. I'd been working with computers since I was ten. Everyone laughed and joked about how much time I spent in my room. They had no idea that I'd been working on something great. Sammie listened when I told her I already knew more than I'd learn in college. She believed me when I told her what I was working on would make a difference, and she defended me every step of the way.

I had big dreams, and nothing was going to stop me from making them happen. The best part was that I was doing it on my own. It wasn't going to be because of my dad, his affiliation with baseball, or his money. It wasn't going to have anything to do with Sammie's husband giving me a job. It was going to be all me. I was going to make it happen on my own.

When the day came to tell my parents that all of those hours they'd thought I'd been messing around in my room had paid off, I couldn't wait to see their faces. I was going to blow their minds. I'd made one of my dreams come true, but I wasn't done yet.

When I looked at my sister, her husband, and their daughter, I thought about having that for myself one day. I hadn't had a serious relationship yet, and I wasn't interested in one either. Sure, I hooked up every now and then, but I'd never let it become anything more than that. Every moment was put into my future, and that was exactly where my attention needed to stay. I still had one big dream I needed to make happen. Until I did, nothing else would matter.

Then I got an email that would change my life forever.

All those years of working hour after hour, day after day were paying off.

I'd been offered the job of a lifetime.

There was only one thing standing in my way.

I need to keep my eyes on the prize.

I needed to stay focused.

Then she walked in, sat down next to me, and turned my world upside down.

Part 2 will be available April 4
Part 3 will be available April 25

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

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It had been five years since my twin brother Gabe had moved to California when I got the call that changed my life forever.

He was my family, the only one I had, and he was gone.

I sat in the cold, dark funeral home while people moved around me. I could hear them talking, but all I could do was think. So many questions ran through my mind as I looked down at my hands in my lap. How could I have let him go? How could I have lost five years with him? Why hadn't I gone?

There were two reasons. One was to take care of my grandparents. They'd both passed in the five years he'd been gone. The other was the one person I couldn't stand, my brother's best friend, Doug. He'd gone with him to help him start his company.

I'd been under my covers in the same clothes for two days when my phone rang. It was my brother's lawyer letting me know that I needed to be in California the following morning. If I didn't show up, my brother's company would stop running. It was in his will. My plane ticket was waiting, there was no getting out of it.

It took all I had to get out of bed and shower off the funk I was feeling, but I did it. I did it for my brother, his company, and the people that worked there. 

When I walked into the room to wait for the rest of the people to arrive, I thought about Gabe and how proud I was of what he had accomplished. He'd taken his passion and turned into something amazing. When the door opened and his best friend walked in, it took all I had to remain in that room. I couldn't wait for the others to walk in and fill the space between us, but that never happened. There were no others. It was just the two of us.

Then it happened, the lawyer began to speak, and I thought I was going to lose it.

Gabe left everything, including the company, to his best friend and me evenly.

But that wasn't all, not even close. There were rules we had to follow before the papers would be signed and everything would be split.

1. We had to work together at the company for six months.
2. We both had to live in my brother's house the entire time.

I was done. There was no way. My brother always had been a jokester, and that by far was his best joke ever.

I was ready to leave when his lawyer added one last thing.

If either of us treated the other badly during that time, the company would be sold and everything would be given away.

I couldn't let that happen.

Just in the hour I was there, I'd already learned that my brother had kept things from me. I hadn't told him everything about my life either.

What else didn't I know about him?

There was only one problem, and his name was Doug.

Could we be that close for that long without ruining everything my brother had built?

Friday, February 10, 2017

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Gavin had just turned eighteen and graduated from high school. He had a huge decision weighing heavy on him. What was he going to do with his future? His father had been convinced since the day he was born that he was going to take over the family business. Both of his parents were software developers, and their company was doing very well. There was only one problem. Gavin couldn't stand software development and wanted no part of the company. He wanted to join the service to help people and keep his family and the rest of the country safe. The only thing he had to do was find a way to tell his parents.

Gavin stood up and looked down the table at all of the people he loved. There were five families, and between them, they owned seven houses on one stretch of a Hawaiian beach. It was their last night there, and Gavin knew he needed the support of everyone around him when he told his parents what he'd chosen to do with his life. He instantly saw concern cross his mom's face, but he had to do it. There was no going back.

"I'm joining the service," he said.

It didn't take long for his father to get to his feet and all of the chatter to fill the empty space between them.

"I'm joining too," Gavin's best friend Jack announced.

By the time everyone calmed down and both of their families accepted their decisions, Gavin was beginning to feel a little better about things. There was only one person that wasn't going to let it go that easily. That person was Gracie. Gavin was taking her brother, and that was not okay.

When Jack told Gracie he wanted her to write to Gavin each time she wrote to him, she was not happy. Gracie was going to write him, but she wasn't going to make it easy.

Little did Gracie and Gavin know that those letters were going to change their lives forever.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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Falling for My Best Friend, Part 5

When I heard James say that he loved me, I couldn't believe my ears. I wanted it to be true. I was also so afraid that I'd wake up to hear that it had all been a mistake again.

That was the second best night of my life. We were really going to be together.

I wanted every second with him I could get. He was going to be on the road again, and I was so busy with school.

When I'd asked him if we could wait to tell our parents, he didn't want to do it, but he'd agreed to wait until I had my apartment and we were free to do as we pleased.

That day came and went, but I still wasn't ready.

Why wasn't I ready? He asked the me the same thing. He thought I was embarrassed of him. It was the opposite. I was afraid he'd decide what he'd have to go through wasn't worth it. I was afraid he'd walk away from me.

Then it happened. My biggest fear came true. Only it wasn't our parents that caused it. It was me.

I'd lost him.

That was when I decided no matter what I had to do, I'd prove my love to him. I'd prove I was ready to fight for us.

We were going to be together, and nothing was going to stand in our way.

When the knock came at the door, I hadn't thought twice about answering it. When I swung the door opened, everything changed.

The one person I never expected to be standing there was looking down at me, and I knew I was in a world of trouble.