Mary B. Morrison, New York Times best-selling author also writes as HoneyB. She has 17 novels including her newest release, If I Can't Have You.
What really makes a man plunge headlong into obsession? And what does he do past the point of no return? New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison delivers a seductive, mesmerizing tale of "love" gone dangerously wrong. . .
Madison is my woman. She needs me. This is the mantra Granville Washington constantly repeats to others, including the friends and family who beg him to respect Madison Tyler's demand that he leave her alone. Sure, Granville knows they're as different as can be. He's a construction worker, ball-and-chained to the Houston grid, while brilliant, beautiful Madison runs her own multi-million dollar company. But he also knows she can't resist the way he kisses every inch of her just right. After only three months, Granville is sure she's everything he desires in a wife. If Madison only knew the real him, she'd realize they belong together. And he'll do anything to make her his. Forever.
What part of "I'm not in a relationship with you," didn't Granville understand? No matter how direct Madison is, Granville just doesn't get it. He was fine when it came to putting in overtime burning up the sheets, but that's where their connection ends--or so she thinks. Once the stalking begins, Madison files a police report. She's determined to take her life back. But once she moves on for real, Granville has a surprise for her. . .when she least expects it. Madison is about to discover just how far he will go to have and to hold her. Whether she wants him or not.
From New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison comes a moving, unforgettable story of lives at a crossroads, love lost and found, and the price of secrets. . .
After her high school sweetheart proposed and joined the military, Mona Lisa Ellington thought she'd never love again. So she settled, making a new life for herself with a man who cherished her. . .and made his living hurting others. Despite her reality, she prayed her fiancé would one day return.
Before becoming a T.V. reporter, Katherine Clinton knew she'd marry her high school sweetheart and live happily ever after. But when he left for the military, she had to make new plans for her and their son. Despite his long absence, Katherine dreamed of the day her fiancé would return.
William Lincoln joined the military to make his grandfather proud. He never imagined he would be gone so long, or that the fiancées he left behind would reignite emotions he thought he'd never feel again. But his selfish proposal to two women is the least of his problems, because all three will face the consequences of too much deception.. . .