Burned (Lords of the City – Book Three)

Welcome to the third sexy STANDALONE novel in Bestselling Author Alice Ward’s bad boy billionaire romance series, Lords of the City.

When two Type-A personalities come together, one of them is going to get burned.

My life is exactly the way I want it to be — with me in total and complete control. I love my business. I love my home. I love my dog and my friends. And yes, I love men too… as long as they do exactly what they’re told.

What I don’t love is secrets, but Seth Allman is full of them. He’s full of cockiness too. He knows how to play my body and my mind. I crave him. I’d do anything for him. Including risking it all. And I do. Love… what an out of control emotional rush.

NOTE: The Lords of the City series follows the sexy exploits of the billionaires who rule the city, and the women they love. These billionaires are definitely not boys – they are men, grown up, alpha to the core, and bad in a bad boy way. So, settle in for a deliciously bumpy ride.

Each book can be read as a standalone, has an HEA and NO Cliffhanger. This one will leave you breathless!

Reviews

I opened “Burned” on my Kindle and immediately got pulled in. No way could I put it down! This book isn’t just another steamy romance. It is a story of love that conquers all.

ER loves to read

WOW Alice Ward has done it again, The Lords of the City series is amazing and this book I feel is the best so far. This book is full of angst. Steam. and suspense. You will not want to put it down once you start reading it.

Christy W.

Excerpt

I tilted my head to the side and studied the long swaths of gold and red. The canvas, illuminated by soft lighting above and beneath it, stood a good six inches taller than me. Upon first inspection, the painting seemed full of violent, aggressive tones, but the more I studied it the more the anger in the piece softened. Now it felt like I was looking at a river of lava, strong and secretly aggressive, but also peaceful and deceptively gentle.

“What do you think?” a male voice asked.

I peeped at the newcomer out of the corner of my eye. Tall, blond, wearing a gray suit and holding a beer in one hand. He reminded me a little of the actor who played Thor. All in all, the guy was decent looking enough. If I was the kind of girl who used a rating system, I’d put him at somewhere around six point five or seven. The kind of guy whose attractiveness might increase if his personality proved to be at least semi-compelling. I’d never seen him around before.

That last one was the bonus. I liked them new, liked my future with them to be uncertain and unbound by any real associations.

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