The author recommend starting with MY HEART FOR YOURS, then reading MY FATE FOR YOURS, and then reading ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE. But they’re shown in chronological order above. The choice is yours.
MY FATE FOR YOURS
Work hard, play hard, protect what you love at all costs…
For Eamon and Rachel, friendship has always had to be good enough.
A safe distance, a guarded heart, nothing more.
When Eamon’s brother, Tobin, takes off after a nasty breakup, Eamon needs Rachel to help find him. But the more time they spend together, the harder it is to keep the lines of friendship from blurring when they both want something more.
When Tobin returns, what was supposed to be a celebratory weekend for Eamon and Rachel, somehow, turns into much more. And as scary as it is, neither one of them know how to let it go.
Maybe the answer is that they shouldn’t…
Or maybe their destiny was decided long before they met.
MY HEART FOR YOURS
For Tobin and Delia, everything was always equal.
A bargain, a trade, a deal to be struck.
A kiss for a kiss.
Your shirt for mine.
Break my heart, I’ll break yours.
Their disastrous split was no different. Tobin’s spent the last year pretending Delia never existed, and Delia’s been in D.C., pretending to be anything but the country girl that she is.
When tragedy brings her back to town, Tobin and Delia realize that time apart hasn’t healed either one of them. But staying away from each other is harder than they imagined, especially in small town Louisiana, and old feelings are quickly brought back to the surface.
In the mess they’ve created, is there anything to be salvaged of a love that they both thought would be forever?
ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE
Pick up the pieces the best that you can.
Try to be strong.
Don’t let grief or guilt pull you under.
Those are the rules after someone you love dies too young.
In the wake of his brother’s funeral, Tobin struggles to stay above the grief enough to take care of his parents, that’s what Eamon would’ve wanted. It should be easier now that the love of his life, Delia, has defied her parents and has stayed behind in Crawford–with him.
Delia needs to stay strong for the guy she loves, and against the unbending will of her father. But a conversation with Rachel, makes Delia realize that there’s more to the night Eamon died than anyone knows.
Rachel is trying hard to push aside the memories of Eamon–there’s too much regret.
More than that, she’s trying to keep the secrets he would’ve wanted buried with him.
But no matter how busy she stays, she can’t outrun the truth of what they were to each other.
In small town Crawford, Louisiana, it’s only a matter of time before secrets come out–and the truth about Eamon could change everything.
Will unraveling the final mysteries of that night bring them together, or tear them all apart?