Be sure to check out Cassie's newest Reverse Harem Romance: UNDERCOVER ACTION!

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Two ripped Irish brothers. A dashing undercover cop.
The three of them protecting me--and sharing me.

 

I’m a Boston police officer struggling to advance.
So when a dangerous undercover mission comes my way?
I practically pounce at the opportunity.
But the men I’m spying on are not what I expected.
A pair of chiseled Irish brothers whose club is a front for illegal activity.


Connor Finnegan, the smooth mastermind with a face and body cut from stone, stares at me with emerald eyes that pierce my soul.
Leo Finnegan has delicious washboard abs and struts around the club like he’s looking for a fight. A bare-knuckle boxer on the weekend, he’s the muscle behind their operation.
Complicating things is 
Riley McCarthy, the roguish bartender at their club. Tall, dark, and handsome, Riley and I have a history that predates our work on this undercover mission...

My objective is to get close to the Finnegan brothers.
To learn their secrets by any means necessary.
Yet the more I discover, the more I doubt my ability--and my mission.

Are Connor and Leo really the criminals they appear to be?
Is Riley right that I'm in extreme danger?
Or will my feelings for these three men jeopardize the entire mission?

UNDERCOVER ACTION is a stand-alone Reverse Harem love story filled with suspense, tension, and sizzling-hot love. HEA guaranteed!

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PROJECT PAGE

I normally don’t like college parties. 
I only went that night to keep my roommate company.
Yet when the sexiest, most muscular man I’ve ever met started flirting with me? 
Well, let’s just say I didn’t go back to my dorm room that night. 

But the devilish rogue who took me home isn’t just another student. 
He’s Danny Armstrong, the star quarterback of the football team.
And getting into my pants isn’t the only thing on his mind. 

He and two of his teammates need a physical trainer for the season.
Someone to monitor their workouts and help them avoid injury.
And as a sports medicine student, I desperately need the work credits that come with the job. 

I’ll be working with them every day for the fall semester. 
Watching them lift weights in the morning, monitoring football practice in the afternoon.
And giving them far more specialized physical therapy in the evenings.
Can I be the physical trainer that helps them go to the playoffs? 
Or will they end up falling for me along the way?