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Books 1-3 of the Oil Kings series. A widowed oil tycoon with four adult kids learns each son needs to marry before they get the oil trust money their mother left them, and they're running out of time.
I've made a promise to myself—no more women. It’s not like I’m a love ’em and leave ’em kind of guy. They all know the score, and they’re all looking for the same thing I am. But I have to set a better example for my grown sons, who seem to be making all the wrong decisions when it comes to their relationships.
The last thing I need is to be stranded in a snowstorm with Kendall, twenty years my junior and unintentionally alluring. We’re stuck in very close quarters. With no electricity. And no heat other than what we can generate…
It was supposed to be a simple case of revenge: get to know King Tech owner and CEO Beckett King, learn his secrets, and ruin his life like he ruined my brother’s. But Beckett King offers me a deal I can't refuse. Not only does he want me to pretend to be engaged to him, he needs to marry me to get his grandmother off his back. And at the end of the year, we can go our separate ways, only I’ll be a whole lot richer.
I won’t fall for his irresistible good looks, or that aw, shucks country-boy charm he still possesses from growing up on a ranch. I'm smarter than that. He has a lesson to learn and I'm the best one to teach him. But that’s the tricky thing with revenge. It doesn’t always go as planned.
I take one look at Savvy and know I could spend the rest of my life with her. The feeling is mutual…until she figures out who I am after our impromptu Vegas wedding. I didn’t mean to hide my identity, and I thought a desire to get out from under the weight of familial baggage was something we had in common. But with Savvy just moments from proposing divorce, I offer her the one thing I’d been ready to walk away from: A trust fund worth millions.
All Savvy has to do is stay married to me for a year and then she’ll get half—except I have no intention of letting her go after 365 days. I’ve spent a decade running from my father’s disapproval and my brothers’ successes. Now I’m willing to spend a lifetime convincing the woman I love to stay put by my side.