USA Today Bestselling author Adriana Locke delivers a “sweet and steamy!” romance between a wealthy mogul and the struggling single mother that captures his attention … and his heart.
Alison Baker is over love.
Relationships are great. But peace? That’s priceless. The only way to get and keep a calm existence is to stay away from men. This is especially true for wealthy, charming, powerful men like her ex-husband.
Then she meets Barrett Landry.
He looks dapper standing in front of her in a suit, taking a glass of champagne off her serving tray. He pushes but she pulls. He asks questions. She tries desperately not to answer.
But Barrett isn’t one to be refused, and he won’t be easily convinced to let the beautiful, sweet woman go without a fight—especially when he falls in love with her son too.
It isn’t that easy.
When their worlds collide, the fallout changes everything. Because everything comes at a cost and sometimes, even for love, it’s a price too steep to pay.
Praise for Sway
“I loved this book by Adriana Locke. It has heart, soul, and a whole lot of feels.” – NYT Bestselling author S.L. Scott
“Mark my ballot 5 sweet and sexy stars! Sway will melt your heart and your panties and leave you wishing every politician was as hot, adorable, and as good with grapes as Barrett Landry. Another book for the keeper shelf from Adriana Locke!” -USA Today Bestselling author Lili Valente
“Locke figured out how to mesh power and prestige with home and hearth in this book and make it sexy. Not many can do that. But she did and she nailed it! My NEW favorite Locke story. Until she writes another.” —Mandi Beck author of the Caged Love series
“This is without a doubt my favourite Adriana Locke book! I loved every single word and devoured it. I felt every emotion imaginable and got lost in the story so much that everything else around me didn’t exist!” – author Rachel Brookes
“Sway is amazing start to a new series! It made me cringe, get hot and bothered, swoon, tear up, and laugh. P.S I will never look at grapes the same way again. Ever.” – Sandra, Two Book Pushers