The Cavanaugh Brothers
Laura Wright is passionate about romantic fiction. Though she has spent most of her life immersed in acting, singing, and competitive ballroom dancing, when she found the world of writing and books and endless cups of coffee, she knew she was home. She is also the author of the Mark of the Vampire series, including Etermal Beast, Eternal Demon, and Eternal Sin. Laura lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two young children, and three lovable dogs.
In the small town of River Black, Texas, sits the Triple Ca working cattle ranch that sustains the town. But it also holds painful memories and shocking secrets for the Cavanaugh brothers....
When the Cavanaugh brothers return home for their father’s funeral, they discover unexpected evidence of the old man’s surprising double lifea son named Blue, who wants the Triple C Ranch as much as they do. The eldest son, Deacon, a wealthy businessman who couldn’t wait to leave the ranch and move on with his life, is looking to use his powerful connections to stop Blue at any cost. He never expected the ranch’s forewoman, Mackenzie Byrd, to get in his way.
Mac knows Deacon means to destroy the ranch and therefore destroy her livelihood. But as the two battle for control, their attraction builds. Now Deacon is faced with the choice of a lifetime: Take down the Triple C to feed his need for revenge, or embrace the love of the one person who has broken down every barrier to his heart.
Praise for Laura Wright’s Novels
“Wright knows how to lure you in and hold you captive until the last page.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Larissa Ione
“Wright turns up the heat and takes you on a wild ride.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Lara Adrian
“Powerful…with page-turning tension and blistering sensuality.”—Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
“I can’t wait for more from Laura Wright.”—Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author of Heart of Obsidian
“The pacing is steady and the action plentiful, while the plot is full of twists and the passion…is hot and electrifying.”—RT Book Reviews (4 stars)