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Cain Waite watched the girl beneath his lashes. She was skinny he thought but very pretty. He wondered at the conversation she and the nurse was having enough that when the nurse left he followed. He wanted to help the girl and asked for permission to do so.

“Damon Grant knows me. He can vouch for me as a doctor. I just want to see if I can help.” It didn’t matter really once he got back to the girl as she was lying in a pool of her own blood and unconscious.

The girl went by many names. Julie was the one the nurse called her, Shade and also Miss Rocky was just a few more. But it was her real name that she held to her. No one must know who she was or they’d try and kill her. And the good doctor was someone she decided that she didn’t want to see get hurt.

Being homeless helped. Her friends around the streets helped her keep her secret but only until Cain stepped in. And no matter how hard she tried to fight him and his five sisters, the arrogant man got under her skin.

But when it was known that she wasn’t homeless at all and in fact a billionaire, the grounds seemed to open with people trying to get to her. She would only escape one disaster only to be thrown into another. Until Quinn got hurt.

Roscoe wanted the girl’s money and he was willing and quite capable of killing his own daughter to do so. Could she help save the girl and win the man? Did Cain stand a chance against all her money and his family?

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    A unique concept

    I thought this was a storyline that was built on a unique concept. The fact that Julie / Alyssa the main character hid on the streets right in front of the noses of the people who wanted to control her was inspired. I have been finding that Ms. Barton has been incorporating some interesting moral elements in her storylines and this one was no exception. Homeless are overlooked, treated badly and often treated as throwaways. One should be careful of how others are treated as you never know when one of those unwanted people might own your building. Cain is a different type of character, he loves his sisters but looked at Alyssa like she was doing something wrong by living the way she did. He did however treat her homeless friends with more respect then I thought he would raising my opinion of him highly. I like how the author intertwines some of her series. This one overlaps the Grants and I had fun reading about how they had evolved as characters. This story lays the foundation for the ones to come so there is a lot going on and it jumps from place to place. There are a lot of different sub characters introduced and many players involved in the plot. I liked the storyline , characters and loved the drama ( you will not believe the parents of these characters, unbelievable)finding myself smiling at some of the interactions. I was left with some questions that I know will increase as the series continues, however I look forward to figuring them out as I continue with the next book. I was given an ARC for an honest review


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