Evie Cole. She’s the one person I can’t figure out.
People say they love you, but what they really mean is that they love how you make them feel about themselves, or what they can take from you.
I can’t leave her on the streets, so I make her a deal she can’t refuse. It buys me the time I need to figure out whether Evie is the real deal or just another gold-digger.
The day Evie graduates, she breaks all contact with me, which proves that she was only in it for the money.
At least, that’s what I think, until random payments are made to my bank account.
Rhett Daniels. My hero, who saved me from a life on the street. My unrequited love, who will sleep with every girl but me.
His playful smile and humorous façade might fool others, but not me. I see myself in his eyes.
He only has one rule.
He’ll pay for my education, giving me a chance to become independent. All I have to do is keep my clothes on which also means no dating.
I hate being his charity case, but I tell myself it will only be until I graduate. I will find a way to pay him back.
The worst part is that I fell in love with him.
Hoping to forget the one man I can never have, I move to the other side of the country. I’m determined to make it on my own, but things don’t always work out the way we want them to.
Rhett Daniels & Evie Cole ~ Book 5 in the Enemies To Lovers Series
This is book #5 in the Enemies To Lovers Series. Each book in the series is about a different couple. To get the full experience of their friendship, I'd recommend that you start with Heartless.
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Shameless is the last books in the series so the last screw crew member to fall in love and tell his story is Rhett.
I love this series, every book I have flown through, unable to get enough from the characters, their stories and the anticipated endings.
I love an enemies to lovers story which is what each one of these boy's stories is based on but I thought Rhett was more the savior and the prince charming to the damsel in distress than an enemy, he just couldn't take it any further romantically through his trust issues and that made him a heart-breaker.
Rhett took Evie off the streets when she was a teenager going from foster homes and once she turned 18 it was prostitution or worse or go hungry. Once Rhett met Evie he couldn't help but support her, his own past and the way he was saved too had a big part to play in Rhett wanting to help Evie. As Evie grew older so did her love for Rhett and vice versa but it just never became more and Evie could no longer live with her feelings she could no longer see Rhett with his one night stands and so she moved away. The plot jumps to years later and Rhett still regretting letting Evie go, every day he is reminded of Evie.
A great story of trust, fate and second chances
Recommended series by Michelle Heard . Can be read as a standalone but recommended to be read from the beginning in the screw crew school years