From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cathryn Fox comes the scorching Blue Bay Crew series, that follows the sexy, blue collar Owens men who take over their family’s construction business in the small town of Blue Bay, CT.
Jamie Owens doesn’t trust women. Especially not the rich, entitled women looking for a summer fling with a boy from the wrong side of town. But one look at Kylee Jensen in a tiny bikini, and Jamie decides that some rules are made to be broken.
Kylee is tired of being the obedient daughter, and Jamie—shirtless, in a tool belt—is the perfect opportunity to do something for herself, so she hires Blue Bay Construction to work on her cottage. Their hot summer days turn scorching until it’s revealed that Kylee has ties to Jamie’s dark past, forcing them to decide if their dreams, and their relationship, are worth fighting for.
Leveled is a steamy page turner with sizzling emotional intensity and an ending that will hammer readers’ hearts and never let go!
Life as an underground fighter has left me broken and scared, both in body and spirit, but when my brother calls me home to Blue Bay for a family emergency, I hang up my gloves and leave the fight circuit behind. I don’t expect a hero’s greeting, not for a guy from the wrong side of the tracks, nor do I expect to find a shadow of the vibrant girl I crushed hard on back in the day. Layla Scott has secrets, serious ones and I want to be the man who uncovers them.
I didn’t escape a disastrous relationship only to walk into another one, especially with one of the Owens boys, but when Tyler blows into town, his battle-worn, tough-guy persona preceding him, it doesn’t hide the anguish in his eyes when he thinks no one is looking. But I see it, and the scars I’ve been hiding call out to a kindred spirit.
And then my ex shows up.
You know those slow-mo shots of a blooming flower? Well, that’s Layla, gradually opening up, reaching up to the sun…until her pro-football ex struts into the picture, and it turns into a hyper-speed rewind. I’ve never been good with threats, especially when they’re made to the woman I love, but do I dare break out the gloves and become the very thing she fears the most?