Beetiful designed the book cover for Mad Max by Brill Harper.
I thought bad boy heroes only existed in romance novels…until Max Duke rode back into town and swept me off my feet.
I was just a little girl with a crush when the notorious Max Duke and his brothers were run out of town for being too wild. When he roars back into Tempest astride his Harley, our corrupt mayor and his cronies tremble in their boots. All the women tremble too … but not with fear. Max is the ultimate tempting bad boy come to save our town, and he can have his pick of eager companions.
But this filthy talking older man only has eyes for me. Just like my favorite book heroes, he claims me as his woman and promises to fill me with his babies and make all my dreams come true. Me–the curvy town bookworm who slings hash and pours coffee at the corner diner and still carries her V-Card.
But I can’t ignore the warning bells going off in my head. Max is an infamous rebel with a questionable past. Can I trust him? Or am I setting myself up for heartbreak?
Author Confession: This small town steamy age gap romance is all about wish fulfillment. She’s been holding out for a hero and Max is a fantasy come to life. Plus it’s basically all spicy love scenes threaded together loosely with a plot. Because I like it like that.
Unfailingly filthy...and super sweet
Brill Harper is a pseudonym. Like…a secret identity. By day she’s Clark Kent, writing romance books for young adults and grownups. By night, she’s Brill Harper writing unfailingly filthy, yet super sweet books, that would make her alter ego blush.
She especially likes to writes book about quirky, awkward heroines and alpha bad boys. Well, except that they are really alphamallows once they fall in love. Seriously--these heroes only have one weakness, and it's sticky, sweet love. They don't let anything stand in the way of taking what belongs to them. Ooey-gooey marshmallow hearts in big, burly dominating dudes. What's not to love about that?
Brill's books are filthy/sweet for when you're in the mood for something a little over the top. Okay, a lot over the top. Sorry, not sorry.
Brill Harper is represented by Deidre Knight of The Knight Agency.