Brier (The Kingsbrier Quintuplets no.2)


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If growing up as a quintuplet wasn’t hard enough, wild Brier Cavanaugh also had to wonder what men love more—her or her trust fund?

Brier’s defiant streak kept that hurt away. No one was going to tell her what to do or how to live. She left Kingsbrier unwilling to let the man she’s always refused to acknowledge she loves stop her from pursuing her dreams. Now, despite a fulfilling career as a police officer, Brier knows that something is missing from her life. The more distance she puts between herself and her family, the more empty she is becoming. When circumstances bring her back home, Brier confronts the one person she’s avoided for years.

Drew Newhouse, a professional football player and Brier's childhood sweetheart, has never backed down from a challenge. Brier has pushed him away more than once and Drew has given her space because he knows they've always been meant to be. This time, he's playing for keeps. With the help of the other quints, will Drew be able to win her trust and marry the woman he loves? Can Brier put her heart on the line and finally give Drew the chance they both deserve?

At the same time, Brier's baby sister, Daveigh, is struggling with her own role in the family. It was one thing being shielded by her siblings when she was young, but she's not a little girl anymore. It's becoming harder for Daveigh to make her way in the world as the woman she is destined to be. If her overprotective brothers would just stop thinking they are doing what is best to keep her safe.

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