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Brooks Family Saga (Paperback Bundle)

Brooks Family Saga (Paperback Bundle)

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Synopsis

Kiss of Redemption

He spent ten years in prison, framed for killing his best friend—my brother.

Beckett Brooks wasn't just cute—he was beautiful.

He’s never denied what happened that night.

So why did he push me down to save me?

After I woke up in a hospital bed, my grandparents hid me from the world.

Everyone on the island thought I died.

Now Beckett’s been paroled.

He’s made it clear he only wants me.

Time has made him sexy as sin.

I should stay far away—I can’t.

Yet there’s a reason Beckett never told the truth.

And the past is still trying to destroy us.

Sins of Justice

I’ll stop at nothing until I learn his biggest secret, one I know will destroy his life…

Yet I’m unprepared for Ryland Brooks.

The heat in his eyes…his commands…his sizzling touch… It’s too much to ignore.

But I have to.

He’s part of my investigation and my vendetta isn’t only because of my job.

It’s personal.

So I won't let my feelings deter me.

But Ryland’s a magnet drawing me toward him, causing deep cravings that won’t disappear, only growing hotter the more I resist them.

Once I cross the line, there’s no going back even though he’s hiding something from me.

The more I dig, the more it’s clear everything I thought I knew about myself might be wrong.

And Ryland isn’t making anything easy for me.

Acts of Manipulation

The head of the gang declared, kidnapped, and ripped me away from the love of my life and family.

Sid’s a monster, but not to me.

He tells me he loves me and will die for me.

And he claims it’s my choice—love him or choose not to.

No matter what he says, I can’t stop yearning to feel Javier’s arms and lips on me.

Nor can I forget the future he promised me, no matter how much Sid pressures me.

And the consequences of not picking Sid will kill my family and Javier.

All I want is for him to come rescue me before I have to do the unforgivable.

But I’m running out of time.

Web of Betrayal

Most women can’t handle my filthy, bossy mouth under the sheets.

So when I agree to take in the woman who was rescued with my sister, I fight my demons.

Every moment I spend with Lena, the cravings for her grow.

I need to stop them.

She was declared and forced to marry a monster. The last thing she needs is another man telling her what to do.

And when my ex-girlfriend shows up and has to live with us to give Lena intensive therapy, she claims she wants me back.

All I want is Lena.

Yet Kate’s sneaky. And Lena insists Kate knows things she shouldn’t. Things that have to do with the Twisted Hearts.

I can’t wrap my mind around it.

But betrayal is sneaky.

Masks of Devotion

Kade Coral was my brother's best friend and always in my life—until he wasn’t.

We flirted for years and finally confessed our love.

Six hours after I woke up in his arms, he moved.

Three years have passed and not one word from him.

And no one recreates the zings I had with Kade.

That includes party boy Fisher Corbyn who wants to get serious with me.

Then Kade arrives, swearing he never stopped loving me but full of secrets and lies he claims are for my protection. And he declares Fisher’s unsafe.

My brain says Fisher’s harmless.

Kade’s the one who’s dangerous for my heart.

Or is he?

Roots of Vengeance

Falling in love with my target isn’t part of the assignment. 

Yet nothing about Connor is average.

Not his looks, or kisses, or spine tingling touches.

But I shatter his heart and mine when he discovers my secret.

My actions are unforgivable.

I’ve crossed the line of no return. The only way to keep going is to dive further into my secret life.

So I order my boss to assign me to the most dangerous men.

Until every Twisted Heart ceases to exist, I won’t stop.

Time drags me deep into the underworld.

I can't pull myself out.

Then Connor reappears.

No matter what has happened, our fire is hotter than ever.

He begs me to choose him and get out while I can.

How can I when I’ve already sunk too far?

Kiss of Redeption-Prologue

Beckett Brooks

Redemption occurs by clearing your debt. Absolution for a sin that isn’t yours can turn you into the exact opposite of what you once were. At least, that’s my personal journey through hell.

“Beckett Brooks, do you feel that you’ve rehabilitated over the last ten years and are no longer a threat to society?” the lady wearing a navy-pinstripe suit and blue glasses, whose nameplate says Judge Filmore, asks me.

Society. What do I know about society anymore? How much has changed on the outside?

“Yes, ma’am. I wish to live an honest life of peace and contribute to my community.”

“Is there anything you would like to say today to your victim’s family?” She points behind me.

I didn’t do it, and I wish you could know the truth about what happened.

I spin behind me. My mouth goes dry and pulse increases. The last decade inside hasn’t given me anyone to look at, and most of my memories are faded and gone regarding any of the teenage girls I ever felt anything for. She looks familiar, but I’ve surely never seen her before, and it’s as if God himself opens up the gates of heaven and says, “Here’s your reward for going down for a crime you didn’t commit.”

Long black curls frame her porcelain, flawless skin. And eyes like the ocean—at least what I remember of it—drill into the depths of my soul. But not the darkness of the sea. The bright blueish-green color you’d find in the Caribbean or off the shores of some parts of Florida. I’d seen those eyes in the past on only one person, but she is dead. This woman has a mouth so lush, I can’t help but stare at it until her lip begins to shake, ripping me out of my trance.

Get your head out of your dick and remember where you are so you can get out of this hellhole, Beckett.

She is blinking back tears.

My heart breaks, watching her experience her pain.

Who is she? Why have I not seen her before? Where are Clay’s grandparents?

“Ma’am.” I nod at her and take another deep breath. She hates me. Understandably so. She thinks I killed her loved one. “I’m truly sorry for the involvement I had in your…” I turn to the parole panel. “I apologize, but I’ve not seen this woman before. What is the relation?”

Judge Filmore says, “Sister.”

My head snaps back to her, and the blood draining from my face gives me the chills. “Mia? You’re alive?”

She wipes at tears streaming down her cheeks, and I blink back my own.

How is this possible? They told me she died.

I would give anything to comfort her and tell her what happened so she no longer hates me. But I can’t.

What do you know anyway? You thought they murdered her, too.

“Please make your statement or turn back around. And address the victim’s family as ma’am or miss,” the judge instructs me.

I swallow hard, scanning her eyes. “Ma’am, if I could have a do-over, I would. I cannot tell you the remorse I have in my heart regarding your brother’s death. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about that night and not one will.”

I will her not to hate me, to somehow magically know that I did not kill her brother. I expect to see a disgust for me in her eyes, but all I see is her pain, and it shatters me to the core.

How old is she? She was only thirteen and would have been fourteen in the fall...

The judge clears her throat. “Mr. Brooks, please face me.”

I turn around, the chains on my legs clashing against each other, reminding me why I am standing in this room.

Focus, Beckett.

“Is there anything you would like to say, Ms. Crimson?”

I keep my head straight even though I want to look at her again.

“No,” she says so quietly I almost don’t hear her, but her voice drips honey and everything sweet.

The judge addresses me. “Mr. Beckett Brooks, the State of Florida is granting you early release for good behavior. It is my sincere hope you do not make us regret this decision. In the next forty-eight hours, the paperwork will be filed, and you will be a free man, with time served for your crime. More information will be given to you regarding the steps to stay in good standing with your parole requirements. Do you have anything further to say?”

She’s letting me out?

“Thank you, your honor. You will not regret this.”

“I hope not.” She bangs the gavel, and an officer takes my arm to escort me back to prison.

On my way out, I glance over at Mia. Tears pour down her porcelain cheeks.

How is she alive? Does she know I didn’t do it? Why is this the first time she’s been here? Who knows she’s here?

The guard tells me, “Look where you’re going, Brooks.”

Through the doors we step, and the slamming of the metal echoes behind us. The muggy Florida weather fills my lungs, reminding me of the stale air I’ve breathed within the prison walls for the last ten years.

I’m led to a police van where the half-hour journey back to hell begins.

Only forty-eight hours, and then you’re a free man. You can put all of this behind you.

It’s a lie. Warnings have plagued me for the past decade, reminding me of what’s next. They will surely know I’m out.

I need to get to them before they get to me. And now they will be after Mia.

My vengeance is waiting for me on the outside.

Find out what happens next in Kiss of Redemption

This series is about The Brooks Family and it takes place in Anna Maria Island, Florida.  You will fall in love with this family.  Beckett, Ryland, Gabriella, Hudson, Gracie and Connor will win over with how much they love each other and have each other's backs always.

I wake up the day of the hearing and take a shower. No one ever showed me how to put on makeup, so I wear very little. I dry my hair, plug my curling iron in, and decide to fight the humidity. 

Looking at the few items of clothing I own, I debate but decide I should look nice going to court. The nicest thing I own is a sundress I bought the previous day at one of the stores on the island. I only went in to buy a hat to shield my face from the sun when I'm outside but decided to buy it because my clothes are warmer from living in the Upper Peninsula. 

I put the dress on and look at the time. There's one hour until the hearing. My stomach is in flutters, knowing that I'm going to face Beckett today. 

Deciding that traffic is unpredictable, I leave for the court‐ house, getting there thirty minutes early. I sit in my car, breathing in and out, trying to calm my nerves. 

It's pointless. With ten minutes to go, I get out of the car and walk into the courthouse, go through the metal detector, and have the guard point me to the correct courtroom. 

The room is empty, except for the panel of four professionals who sit at the front. One woman, whose nameplate says, Judge Filmore, looks at me. "Can you state your name for me so I can verify you're in the correct hearing? These are closed proceedings." 

I nod. "Mia Crimson." 

She looks at her file then back at me. "You are Clay Crimson's sister?" 

"Yes, your Honor." 

She smiles, sympathetically at me. "And you are the only living relative?" 

I nod again. 

"Please, have a seat then." She points to the seats. 

Do I sit at the front or the back? 

I decide to sit in the back. 

Several minutes pass, and I tap my foot and twist my fingers together in nervous anticipation. 

The doors finally opens, and a guard stands between a man in an orange jumpsuit and me, guiding him to the front of the room. His hands and ankles are chained together. 

My heart beats faster in my chest. I swallow hard, looking at the back of him. 

He's different—filled out, full of muscle, no longer a boy. His hair is darker than ten years ago, and he has a thin goatee. I can't see his face, and when the judge asks him questions, his voice is the same one that yells in my dreams, "Get down, Mia." 

It's deeper than ten years ago, but it's his voice. 

"Is there anything you would like to say today to your victim's family?" The judge points to me. 

Beckett turns around. My insides quiver hard and I blink back tears. The boyish grin he used to carry is gone. His chiseled face is now one of a man's. Eyes that used to be full of laughter are full of sadness, and...is it hardness? 

Surprise fills his face, almost as if he doesn't know me. He starts to apologize, then stops, turns to the judge and asks her who I am. 

He doesn't remember me? Is this some kind of sick joke? When she tells him that I'm Clay's sister, his head spins to me. "Mia? You're alive?" His eyes scan mine, and his blood drains from his face. 

It seems as if he genuinely thought I was dead. Confusion once again fills me. Why does he think I died? 

Find out what happens In Kiss of Redemption

Read the full Brooks Family Series if you love:

  • Family Saga
  • Dark Romance
  • Brothers Best Friend
  • Friends to Lovers
  • Forbidden Love
  • Forced Proximity
  • First Love
  • Second Chance Romance
  • Enemies to Lovers
  • Guarenteed HEA

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"Well-written, perfectly paced, with characters you can't help but connect with. An enjoyable read beginning to end."-Goodreads Reviewer

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"This story was well written and engaging from page one. It has the perfect mix of comedic relief and steamy romance with family drama sprinkled throughout. I can’t wait to get to know the rest of the family.-Goodreads Reviewer

 PRINT BOOKS INCLUDED IN BUNDLE

  • Kiss of Redemption (Beckett and Mia)
  • Sins of Justice (Ryker and Chloe)
  • Acts of Manipulation (Gabriella and Javier)
  • Web of Betrayal (Hudson and Lena)
  • Masks of Devotion (Gracie and Kade)
  • Roots of Venengence (Connor and Gia)

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