Tess receives two rings from two different men.
Both have loved her, or seemed to have loved her even in book two. But accusations make her question one now. Can you guess which ring may not represent true love? Now match your choice of a True Love ring to the person you think really loves her.
Steel or Dan?
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About the Book
By Liza O’Connor
Tess Campbell, mafia princess, has fallen in love with a British prince, who is protected by a Secret Service agent during his stay in America. Two weeks into their budding romance, Tess’s father, a psycho mafia don, kidnaps and nearly kills the prince and his Secret Service agent, believing she has taken both as her lovers. The brutal assault reveals the true character of each man and Tess must face some hard truths, even as she takes control of her destiny to build the finest state park in the country.
Excerpt for Dance or Die
(I’ve removed the name of which fellow gets to marry Tess. Tell me who truly loves Tess in the comments.)
Steel or Dan?
He knelt on one knee and opened a ring box. “I have never loved anyone before you. You have touched my soul and brought it to life. You occupy my heart and thoughts every moment. Tess Campbell, will you marry me?”
Ignoring the ring, she dropped to her knees and hugged him. “Yes, but I won’t change my name, and I can’t wear a ring. I could lose my finger when working.”
He burst into happy laughter. “Can I tattoo on your forehead: ‘She’s mine; find your own perfect woman’?”
“Only if I can do the same to you,” she countered, certain there was a ton of women who would grab him up if they could.
“Wait, we can tattoo our rings if you want,” he offered.
That sounded painful so she shook her head.
“How about this? We won’t wear them at work, but when we leave the woods, we’ll put them on.”
She stroked his cheek. “Is my wearing a ring really that important to you?”
She thought that very odd. It’s not like she’d ever forget he was her one and only. But his furrowed brow assured her that for some odd reason, he needed to have her branded as his.
“Then give me the ring and I’ll wear it whenever I’m not in the woods.”
A Fortune to Die For
Dance or Die
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