Genre: Contemporary Fiction
About the book
Graphic artist Trinity Hargrove never knew real passion until she sleeps with her boss’s son. Mistake number one. Mistake number two…liking it too much. But they agreed to only one night. Simple enough, right? Wrong. He may be out of her bed, but their intense night together still burns in her memories. As long as she keeps her distance from the oh-so-desirable Xander Duval, everything will be okay. Unfortunately, fate won’t go along with her plan.
Restaurateur Xander Duval agrees to Trinity’s “one night” stipulation, but only in theory. He has no intentions of not being with her again. Especially when his mind—nor body—will allow him to forget the fire that blazed between them until the wee hours of the morning. When Trinity is injured in an automobile accident, he jumps at the opportunity to be her arms and legs. He plans to show her just how determined he is to make her his…for far longer than just one night.
By Jacqueline Paynes on June 20, 2016
Loved, Loved this book. Sometimes it's hard to trust again after being hurt. In this story you showed how to slowly put your guard now. She also helped me remember what grandma said growing up, "be careful because that best friend can turn into your worse enemy". When's the next book coming I have read all your books and loved them all.
By Sophia Stephens on June 20, 2016
YES!! I have read ALL of Ms. Avery's book and this will be at the very, very top! I laughed, I related and I cried and I almost went and got my Vaseline and put my hair in a ponytail!!
By Rashelle S. Richards on June 20, 2016
I am a huge fan of Ms. Avery. I loved the chemistry between Trinity and Xander and the fact that they both had issues. Xander is the man. He was there for Trinity from the very beginning. Helping to heal her heart. Love him!! Great job!
By day, Joy Avery works as a customer service assistant. By night, the North Carolina native travels
About the author
Since she was a young girl growing up in Garner, Joy knew she wanted to write. Stumbling onto romance novels, she discovered her passion for love stories; instantly, she knew these were the type stories she wanted to pen.
Real characters. Real journeys. Real good love is what you’ll find in a Joy Avery romance.
Joy is married with one child. When not writing, she enjoys reading, cake decorating, pretending to expertly play the piano, driving her husband insane, and playing with her two dogs.
Joy is a member of Romance Writers of America and Heart of Carolina Romance Writers.