Title: Uncovering Stone
Series: The Stone Brothers Series #3
Evan Stone, a high-powered Chicago lawyer seemed to have it all—handsome, rich, and intelligent. His confidence and dominant nature allowed him to have any woman he desired, except the one he truly wanted. Alani may drive him crazy with her smart mouth, but he can’t deny his obsession for her.
Once the victim of an attempted assault, Alani James became a private investigator, dedicated to getting justice for others. When her search for answers to the mystery of her own past leads to her disappearance and puts her life in danger, she has to rely on the one man she’s sworn to never turn to.
Lani moves in with Evan to hide from a dangerous stalker, but will living with Evan really be safer? Every time she’s alone with Evan, she finds it harder and harder to resist his charms.
Noah Stone has returned to Chicago, after his six year serving as an Army Doctor. His only family lives here, his two brothers that he would do anything for. At thirty-five, he doesn’t need anyone else. One and done is good enough for him. His past made sure he was incapable of love. By chance and circumstance, a young, smart-mouthed nurse keeps showing up in his life. Slowly, Noah realizes that he’s changing. Changing the way he is thinking, the way he is acting. As much as he tries to fight it, he realizes he can’t fight the fate that keeps bringing them together.
Kerrigan Andrews grew up believing she was trailer-park trash. She moved away from home determined to make a better life for herself.
When Kerrigan finally relents to Maddox’s constant request for a date, they realize there’s a connection neither are familiar with. With one thoughtless moment, Maddox sends Kerrigan straight into the arms of another man – one that nearly kills her.
As an officer of the law Maddox’s job is to serve and protect, but he couldn’t even protect the woman he’s fallen for. Now Kerrigan is living in constant fear, and she can no longer ignore Maddox. She has no choice but to trust someone who has proven himself untrustworthy. Or is he?