Brawich’s Way by Aliyah Burke, McKenna Jeffries, and Taige Crenshaw


Genre: Contemporary

Series: Trescott Cove - Book 4

Length: Novel
Price: Free
Publication Date: January 30, 2009  - March 13, 2009
Cover art by
MMJ Designs

When a man who usually gets things his way meets a woman who only accepts her own way, what will happen...

Nicola Holland has fought hard to get where she is. She does not take no for an answer and refuses to back down from any challenge. Frustrated that her attempts to meet with her client were being thwarted, she goes to see him personally. The meeting does not go as she planned. The man she meets is like nothing she expected. His mixture of arrogance, confidence, and charisma is intoxicating to her senses. Yet, as she gets to know him, it is his gentleness that makes her most afraid. She knows that getting involved with him would be foolish, but can she resist? Does she even want to? Nicola decides to do as she has always done--do things her way and let no one stand in her path.

Bradford “Brawich” Chadwick likes his solitude, and people generally leave him be. Yet, from time, the raven-haired beauty comes into his house, and he wants to get up close and personal. Although Nicola is trespassing, she acts like she owns the place and thus seals her fate. No way can he let this self-assured, arrogant, and sexy woman walk away. He is usually underestimated because of the image of lazy self-confidence he portrays, but Nicola sees through all that and challenges him. She might think she has the upper hand and that things are going to be her way. However, Nicola is about to learn that it is always Brawich’s Way.

Please note format available.

(Update: Note all the books have been removed from site as we reformat them and make them available again. Check back for when they will be available.)

 
 
 

 Download the Novel

 

 

Read More free books from Trescott Cove

 
     
 
 
 

 

 

All characters, towns, places and events are from the author’s imagination

and should not be confused with fact. Any resemblance to persons, living or

dead, events or places is coincidental.

blog stats

© 2008-2017  Satin Notes 

ALL MATERIAL ON THIS SITE IS PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT.

Web design and Maintained  by: MMJ Designs

Contact the Webmistress .