He's all in. She wants out.
Talia Morales should never have married Aaron Rudeski. Stupid Vegas. Stupid champagne. Stupid Aaron and his talented tongue! She values her independence too much to give it up.
Why hasn't she signed the divorce papers yet? That's what her friends want to know.
Over cocktails one night, they agree it's time to shake things up. They're all smart, sexy, go-getting women living in a city full of hot guys! It shouldn't be so damn difficult to find love.
Talia isn't down with the love part but signing her name on the dotted line is long overdue. She knows it. Aaron knows it. The whole damn world knows.
So, why is he pissed when she does?
*Recommended for readers 18+ due to mature themes.
*This story is a prequel and as such may not have a traditional happily-ever-after
*Previously self-published as 'Mostly Married' Now re-branded as a New Adult romance
Can the first boy she fell for be the man she needs?
Callie Morris has a plan to make dating simple. She doesn’t see why finding Mr. Right needs to be complicated. Before she gets started, her friends insist she take a good, long look at her BFF, Oscar Levinson, to eliminate him from the running.
The last thing she expects to find is a spark of attraction. What’s more, it appears to be mutual!
Oscar has been keeping secrets and some of them are huge. Now the geek Callie grew up with must find the courage to tell her everything. Their friendship could be a strong foundation for happily-ever-after.
But Oscar fears the truth might set him free.
A pact between friends that could change all their lives. Read the newly revised version of the first book in The Passion Pact series!
Praise for Trish Wylie
"One Night With The Rebel Billionaire" This terrific tale is awash with passion and sensuality."
"New York's Finest Rebel" is fast paced and brilliantly written, funny, emotional- made me laugh and cry."
"The Millionaire’s Proposal" is the perfect book to disappear into on a rainy afternoon and just escape the humdrumness of everyday life for a while."
Romantic Times Magazine
Author Louisa George