They’re powerless without her; she’s powerless to resist.
The list of reasons why Lexus Wren is the last girl any guy would be interested in is mercilessly long:
Her dad’s in prison for murder, her mom drowns her sorrows every night at Dave’s Dive, and Lexus is just trying to survive the cruelties of high school as a painfully shy bookworm with a bad wardrobe and a collection of nervous habits. Never in a million years did Lexus expect to draw the eyes of two hunky transfer students, Phoenix and Griffin Easton.
The troubled brothers are haunted by their own demons and don’t seem bothered by Lexus’ reputation. They’re too busy trying to figure out why touching her makes them feel like electricity is frying their insides and why they’re compelled to obey her every command.
You’d think having two hot guys vying for her would improve her reputation, but the troubles at home and school only get worse. When Lexus’ safety is threatened, the boys are drawn to protect her, and the truth about their powerful connection is revealed in an explosive confrontation that will blow them all away.