Tell Me You Love Me
It was supposed to be an easy job.
Serena Bentley doesn’t want or need a man.
She’s got the perfect life, the perfect job, the perfect bank account, and is living her best life as a single, independent woman. #LivingMyBestLife
But she’s in desperate need of a baby. A baby made from lust, passion, and multiple rounds of heated rumbling in the sheets, not a clinic.
This, of course, is nothing short of complicated. Where does a woman like the Serena Bentley find a man who’s willing to knock her up then walk away and be gone forever?
So what else can she do to get what she wants, the way she wants it, except to lie?
Two years ago, Kholton Sharpe hung up his con-man gloves and swore to the almighty he was done with that life. #NotAboutThatLife
Until his best friend, fresh out of rehab, shows up on his doorstep. Against his better judgment, Kholton finds himself picking up his con-artistry gloves one final time.
He couldn’t have known that “one final time” would be the best and worst decision he ever made.