Willow buys into a poker game she’s not sure she’ll win, but she’s got nothing left to lose. Now, the cards are on the table, and she’s in debt to the hosts when they make her an offer she can’t refuse.
Well, she can, but will she?
My deadbeat ex stole from my business and left me with a mountain of debt, and that isn’t the worst of it.
My options are running out when I learn about a poker game with enough winnings to get me back on track.
The only problem is, it’s held at a club owned by my two best friends from high school.
Well, they were my best friends. We drifted apart and I don’t know why.
SHANE AND ALEX
We’ve come a long way since high school.
Back then, we were the kids with no future, but Willow saw through our situations and we loved her for it. Then we fought over her before we let her go, but neither of us could stay far away.
Now, out of nowhere, she walks into our club, sits down at our table and attempts to steal from us.
We’re no longer boys, and we no longer think she has to choose.
This is our house.
Willow should have always belonged to the both of us, and it’s time to rectify that.
But as all of the cards are dealt, someone threatens to take her away from us—maybe for good this time.
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