Listen free for 30 days
Add to basket failed.
Add to wishlist failed.
Remove from wishlist failed.
Follow podcast failed
Unfollow podcast failed
Listen with a free trial
Buy Now for £18.29
After her husband was killed and she lost her unborn child, Sarah Madison believed she’d never find love and happiness again. Instead, she has channeled all her energy into her job as assistant to the sexy CEO of Guardian Security. When he proposes a marriage of convenience, the chance to become a mother is tempting, and so is her new prospective husband. His only flaw - the distance he keeps between himself and his sweet little daughter.
Reno Sullivan’s life is a mess. His first marriage was based on a lie, and the fiery death of his wife left him to raise a baby - a constant reminder of his wife’s deceit. He desperately needs someone to mother the child and take charge of his personal life, and his no-nonsense assistant is perfect for the job. Unfortunately, the alluring woman in the bedroom next to his chips away at his determination to maintain the hands-off clause in their agreement and the ice around his heart.
A near-tragedy and Reno’s fear of love could kill Sarah’s hopes of turning their fake marriage into happily ever after....
What listeners say about Killing LiesAverage customer ratings
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
Love the series
I love this series and can't wait for more. In this book, the author kinda threw me off because the erotic scenes at first sounded like the real thing and then you find out that there were dreaming of just thinking of the act. I had to catch myself a couple times and really think that this isn't real. Rhino killed me with his attitude towards his daughter just because he thought based on what his crappy ex-wife told him, what a loser. What were you going to do hate the damn child for her life? She didn't even do anything. I love Sarah and how she immediately loved her and took her under her wings and provided unconditional love. Was so happy that they got it together and that it turned out to be a HEA. The problematic scenes, however, could have been spicier and more suspenseful.