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Going Down Easy
Meet Kaden Barnes. Alpha-licious in the most unexpected ways, Kaden Barnes always gets what he wants.

Enigmatic and exacting, he’s unable to keep an assistant for long. Until Lexie Parker arrives. She’s no-nonsense, efficient and all business… She’s also hot as sin and soon starring in Kaden’s dirtiest fantasies.

When their passion for each other reaches a boiling point, Kaden may think he’s calling the shots, but for this billionaire bad boy, going down easy has never felt so good.

Going Down Fast
Lucas Monroe dropped out of college only to become a multi-billionaire and tech world God. He can have any woman he desires in his bed, but the only woman he’s ever wanted is off limits and always has been. When Maxie Sullivan finds herself in dire straights, the only man she can turn to is the one she’s always secretly loved: her childhood best friend.

Can they trust their hearts and make a future, or will their complicated pasts stand in the way?

This bad boy is going down fast… And going down fast has never felt so right.

Going Down Hard
Derek West rose from poverty to take the tech world by storm. He’s sexy, confident and gets any woman he wants. And who he wants is Cassie Storms, the rich girl he’s never been good enough for.

She’s desperate to save her family company and there’s only one man who can help. But Derek isn’t interested in helping. He wants to possess both the company and the woman he’s never been able to forget.

His plan? To seduce her out of his head. Except once he’s had a taste of Cassie, he doesn’t want to let her go. Her family remembers where he came from, and they won’t allow it. When the truth about their pasts comes to light, though, it may be Cassie who’s going down hard.

Going In Deep
He isn’t Mr. Nice Guy…

Julian Dane thought he’d hit rock bottom — until he met a woman (isn’t that what they all say?). He used her and broke her heart. Now he wants to turn things around but the damage he dealt stands in his way.

Kendall Parker’s unique issues have made it hard to live a normal life. Very few people understand her and she trusts even less … but she believed in Julian once, and he only betrayed her.

Now Julian is back — a new man — and determined to win Kendall’s heart. But this reformed bad boy just might find that Going in Deep is harder than it looks.

Going Down Again – A Valentine’s Day Short Story
Kaden and Lexie return to give fans a holiday treat.

Lexie didn’t think she’d ever been so stunned. On her first day of work, she’d not only held her own with her supposedly tyrannical boss but he’d now expressed interest in her.

Interest she reciprocated. Her mind whirled with conflicting emotions and realities, so she forced herself to recount the truths in her situation.

Fact: It would be stupid to mix business with pleasure.

Fact: Regardless of what was smart, this man intrigued her on a deep level that made her want to know more about him. Like why did he keep himself so withdrawn and apart from the people around him? Why was he so gruff and taciturn? And what did this part of his personality have to do with the photo of him and his brother?

Because no way had he reacted with such anger just because she’d been looking at an old picture. And she was certain she hadn’t imagined the brief hint of longing on his face when he’d stared at the picture. There was much more to Kaden Barnes than the man he showed to the outside world.

Final fact: Bad idea or not, she was already invested, which meant one thing.

She was staying.

She met his gaze and didn’t back down from the oh-so-intense look in his vivid green eyes. “So what’s for dinner?”

The moment she agreed, the wariness in his expression softened a little. “Let’s go find out what Helen left us.”

A little while later, he was heating up spaghetti and meatballs on the stove. “My favorite meal,” he muttered, as if not wanting to admit to such a tiny personal detail.

“My sister and I used to make spaghetti for dinner. When my mother was too sick to make it downstairs and cook.” She retrieved the plates he’d taken out of the cabinet and brought them over to the stove so he could serve the food.

“What was wrong with her?” he asked, deftly placing the pasta on their plates.

“Depression,” she said, having long since come to terms with the word.

Some people considered mental illness a stigma, something to be ashamed of. She thought of it as chronic illness, a burden to bear when it wasn’t controlled, and merely another facet of someone’s life when it was. For her sister, Lexie still had hope.

She didn’t, however, know how Kade viewed things. Not wanting to see judgment in his gaze, she busied herself carrying the plates back to the table.

“I’m sorry. It’s not easy growing up with any kind of issues dragging you down.”

Something about the way he spoke told her not only didn’t he judge, he might actually understand.

She raised a shoulder. “It wasn’t. It isn’t. But when someone is ill, you learn to put them first, no matter what else is going on in life,” she said, knowing she was talking about more than her mother. But he didn’t need to hear about her sister too.

She picked up the fork and began twirling the long strands.

“I admire that,” he said, taking her by surprise.

She swallowed hard, caught up with emotion. “Thank you.”

“Not many women—I mean people—would be so selfless.”

She glanced away. “Well, I’m not an angel.” She lifted the pasta toward her mouth, realizing there were still long pieces attached to the ones on her plate.

She lowered the utensil, shook her head, and began to laugh, breaking the tension between them.

“What’s so funny?” he asked.

“Spaghetti is, hands down, the worst date food on the planet. Not that we’re on a date,” she rushed to correct herself. He was her boss, and though he’d said he wanted to get to know her better, he hadn’t elaborated.

And she shouldn’t presume. “I mean…”

“I know what you mean.” He grinned.

A full-on smile that could only mean he’d dropped his defenses, and it transformed his face. He was sexy at any time, but in this moment, he resembled the young boy in the photo, and she was fully engaged by him.

“Thank you for sharing about your mother,” he said, taking her off guard by returning to their previous conversation.

She nodded. “It’s not easy to talk about things that hurt you.” She deliberately avoided pushing him to open up but hoped he understood she’d listen if he chose to.

“No. But you seem like you’d be a good listener too.”

“I am,” she said and let it go at that.

Silence ticked by, and he stared into her eyes, the emotional tension slowly turning into something different. The kind of undeniable awareness between a man and a woman who were attracted to one another. And she was attracted to this enigmatic man and all his different facets. Especially when he looked at her like he wanted to eat her for dinner. Or dessert.

Feeling breathless, even a little aroused, she did what she could to diffuse the desire arcing between them.

“So how about we dig into this meal and stop worrying about who gets sauce on their face?” she said, giving him an easygoing smile.

“Sounds like a plan,” he said, that sexy gaze never leaving hers. And as a result, she spent the rest of the evening in a heightened state of sexual desire for a man she had to face in the morning.

As her difficult, demanding boss.

Kade stood before me, wearing nothing but a towel tucked around his waist in all his bare-chested glory.

My gaze traveled from his dark brown hair, handsome face—he hadn’t bothered to shave—down his chest, taking in the sleeve of tattoos on one arm, giving him an even sexier edge. Finally, my gaze dropped to the towel knotted at his hip, and I sucked in much-needed air.

“Did you forget I was coming?” I asked, my voice catching on that last word, which I hadn’t meant as innuendo but felt like it anyway.

“No, that’s not something I could forget.” Amusement and a rough timbre laced his tone, letting me know he’d picked up on it too.

My cheeks burned. “Your doorman should be up with the food any minute. Am I expected to put it away too?” I asked, deciding it was best to move past my foot-in-mouth moment.

“The housekeeper will do it. She’s here today.”

“Okay then. I can just go back to the office and—”

He reached out and grasped my arm, generating a jolt of heat that ricocheted through me.

He jerked and immediately released me. “Come in and get familiar with the place. You’ll be working here, as well as at the office,” he said gruffly.

He stepped back to let me inside, shutting the door behind us. “I’ll go get dressed. Keep yourself busy,” he muttered and stalked off, leaving me to examine his home.

After a short time in which I took note of state-of-the-art appliances and in the den, family photographs, I noticed family photos, and I picked one up to look at the picture of two young boys.

“What are you doing?”

I startled in surprise. “You told me to wait for you while you dressed. You’re dressed.”

And if I thought I’d seen all facets of Kaden Barnes, from the man in the suit to the fresh-from-the-shower version, I was wrong. This man, in the gray sweatpants that hung low on his hips and faded white T-shirt that read Geek Squad across his chest—I had a hunch this was the real man beneath the façade he put out to the world.

Despite his gruff exterior, his sex appeal couldn’t be denied, and the little hint of vulnerability I’d seen when he’d looked at the picture of his brother made him seem even more human.

Sensing I’d pushed him out of his comfort zone enough for one day, I turned my focus to work. “So what’s next … Boss?”

He studied me for a few seconds, then said, “Call me Kade.”

Find out what happens next in Going Down Easy!

Billionaire Bad Boys: rich, powerful, and sexy as hell.

Four billionaire tech geniuses from different backgrounds now have everything each wants—except the woman of his dreams. Kade with his quirks, Lucas who longs for his deceased brother’s wife, Derek whose plan for revenge quickly goes awry, and Julian, the bad boy who needs to make amends.

Read the full series if you love:

  • Billionaires
  • Workplace Romance
  • Mental Health
  • Forced Proximity
  • Second Chances
  • Suspense
  • Damaged Hero/Heroine
  • Forbidden Love

Get all five books and buckle up for a billionaire ride. This bundle includes separate paperback editions of the five Billionaire Bad Boy stories: four novels and a holiday short story revisiting Kaden and Lexie.


  • Going Down Easy — Kaden & Lexie
  • Going Down Fast — Lucas & Maxie
  • Going Down Hard — Derek & Cassie
  • Going In Deep — Julian & Kendall
  • Going Down Again — Kaden & Lexie reprise

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