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What do three millionaires have to do with a comic book shop?
The first millionaire wants to shut it down. The second millionaire gets bought during a fundraising bachelor auction. And the third millionaire falls for one of the owners, who happens to be the father of one of her students.
Three standalone stories in one box set.
Unraveled was previously published as the Fanboys box set with the titles Unmistaken Identity, Highest Bidder, and Based on Principal.
First to Lie
I’m living the dream. My comic book shop supports me and my ailing mother, and I have a chance to buy the strip mall it's in. For only a dollar. That is until my dear friend and landlord dies before the sale, leaving the place to his estranged son who plans to shut my store down and sell the building.
If only I can confront my new landlord and convince him how much the place means to me, and how much it meant to his father. But he’s ignoring my calls and my emails, so I take it one step farther and track him down in his nightclub. I should’ve done my research first.
First to Bid
In high school, my crush on Flynn wasn't so secret, but he was so far out of my league that I didn’t care. I had more important things to survive. Ten years have passed, I’ve built a new life, and it’s my lucky day. He's one of the eligible bachelors in the fundraising auction I'm helping organize.
I saved money to donate to an organization that helped me escape a bad situation, but if I can give it to the same cause and buy a week away with Flynn, why not?
First to Fail
By day, I'm a strict principal of a private school filled with wealthy families like the one I grew up in. By night, I'm a lithe assassin with a penchant for latex and roller derby. At least my cosplay character is, and I never let my personal life bleed into my professional one. Until the handsome comic book shop owner I had a steamy session with at the local comic con walks into my office.
Chris is the father of one of my students, and completely off limits. I wouldn’t be a good role model for all my young students if I trashed my career over a guy, not even one I can’t quit thinking about.