If you love series books, MO Kenyan's New Yorker Series is a great one. Tied to a family, each book shares the love story of a couple who face challenges set among the backdrop of New York City.
Big families, fierce love affairs and passion are three key pieces to MO Kenyan's stories. Now in Book Six, secrets have come back to haunt the family...
Secrets always have a way of coming out.
Rayne had been lying to Duke since the moment they first met. It was too late to tell the truth now, so she kept up with the lies. That was until the lies forced her to leave town taking Duke’s son with her. It was only a matter of time before Duke found them, until then she would wait, guarding her secret.
Duke hated being lied to, especially by the people he loved. He didn’t even know what her real name was, or if she even really loved him. Duke was determined to search for the woman who stole his son and his heart.
Have we met before? Was he joking?
Rayne’s first instinct was to run and hide. It might have been because she hadn’t realized he had been standing there, watching her for God knew how long, or because he had seen her for the first time in five years. The first time they met...met might be too big of a word for what had happened.
Rayne had seen him and he—through his alcohol goggles—had seen a female shape he’d led into his room.
Yes we have met—in your bed, actually. We were kissing. You took off my bra, then you were on top...we were sweating and swearing. We both seemed to have a lovely time.
Was that what she was supposed to say?