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THE B. E. WARE SERIES:
Beware the Stranger (Book One)
Once a party girl, Stella Burberry has turned over a new leaf, and her bad-boy alarm is tripped the moment she meets tall, dark, and handsome charmer Ben Ware. After all, even his initials—B. E. Ware—are a red flag. It doesn’t help that he’s temptation in the flesh and a serious threat to her new vow of chastity.
When she learns Ben’s secret, she becomes convinced he’s both the key to her redemption and the miracle she needs to save her teenage brother, who is in a coma because of her carelessness. Persuading Ben to help her, however, is way harder than she thought. He’s a loner, trusts no one, and wants to keep it that way.
The stakes are high: Stella’s brother’s life, Ben’s freedom if the world finds out about his extraordinary telekinetic abilities. But for both of them, the highest stake of all might be their hearts…
Beware the Magician (Book Two)
Stella Burberry made a huge mistake.
She pushed away Ben Ware, the only man she’s ever really fallen for. The only man who made her want to break her vow of chastity. The only guy she knows of who has amazing telekinetic abilities and is capable of saving her brother.
She wants to make amends, but Ben seems out of reach. For one thing, he’s now the star of the hottest magic act in Las Vegas, with little time for old flames. The entire town is abuzz over his tricks, which have baffled even the most talented illusionists. What would his adoring public say, though, if they knew his illusions aren’t illusions at all?
As Stella maneuvers her way back into Ben’s inner circle, she discovers there’s even more to his magic act than she expected. Tyler, Ben’s manager and old “friend,” has a dangerous hold over Ben. Now it’s not just Stella’s brother who needs saving: it’s Ben too.
Can Stella save Ben from Tyler’s greed? Or will she betray Ben’s trust in one last desperate move to save her brother’s life before it’s too late?
Beware the Seeker (Book Three)
Stella Burberry’s life has gone off the rails.
She’s given up on being a good girl—and on miracles—and just wants to drown her sorrows in whatever bottle of booze is handy. Or whatever man is handy. However, she hasn’t gone all the way with anyone…yet. That’s mainly because no one measures up to Ben Ware. Too bad she threw him out of her life for good.
Ben Ware is hundreds of miles from Stella when he gets shocking news: his mother, a member of a cult, is soon going to commit ritual suicide—that is, if he doesn’t stop her. There’s no time to waste. He needs to shake the brutal withdrawal symptoms from an addiction that still haunts him and find his mother before it’s too late.
And Ben needs one other thing: Stella’s RV.
Ben has one week. One week to convince Stella to come along on a cross-country road trip. One week in close quarters with Stella without wringing her neck—or giving in to a desire that could destroy his heart as easily as the withdrawals could destroy his body. One week to save his mother’s life and discover the truth about his own mysterious origins and where his telekinetic abilities come from.
Will Ben find his mother before it’s too late? Or will Stella’s downward spiral sink him before the week is over?
In this, the third and final book of the B. E. Ware Series, Stella and Ben embark on a tumultuous journey to find out who they are—and who they love.
Jay Bontrager, a strong, sexy California blond, has mostly adjusted well to living with paraplegia since his spinal cord injury. But Jay feels disgusted by devotees—“freaks” who are attracted to people with disabilities—until he meets the enigmatic and beautiful devotee Erin Silver.
Unfortunately, after Erin overhears Jay expressing his contempt for people like her, the disgust is mutual: she can’t stand to be in the same room with him. Things get even more complicated when her brother, unaware of their brief but hostile acquaintance, installs Jay as Erin’s new housemate.
Erin has long struggled with the guilt and self-loathing caused by her strange attraction to disabled men and just wants to be normal. The last thing she needs is a disabled (and, God help her, hot) roommate reminding her she’s defective. Once she gets to know him better, though, she begins to see Jay in a different light. Maybe he’s not a complete jerk after all. But what will happen when, against her better judgment, she finally lets herself trust him—even love him—and finds out he’s been deceiving her all along?