- Published: April 12, 2016
In this sizzling short novel from New York Times bestselling author Missy Johnson, a young journalist goes undercover in a world of desire—and gets seduced by the billionaire bachelor she’s supposed to be chasing.
Recent college grad Charlotte Lucas thinks she has found her breakout story. It all begins when she answers a provocative want ad posted by a secretive mogul who happens to be a prime suspect in his girlfriend’s disappearance. Young and inexperienced, Char has never been pushed to the limit—until their games take her to the very edge. Char has gone in looking for the truth, but now she’s in way too deep with a master who plays her body like it belongs to him.
Jaxon Murphy knows a lot more about Char than he lets on. Although the media has made him out to be a monster, he’s not about to come clean about his tormented past—at least not before he turns this good girl bad and sends her out to do his dirty work. After all, Jax didn’t make it to the top without breaking some rules. But as their play grows passionate and achingly real, Jax can’t resist taking a shot at something that’s bigger and more powerful than revenge: love.
Praise for Resist
“Prepare to read late into the night. Resist is a sizzling-hot, intense must-read.”—Stacey Kennedy, USA Today bestselling author of the Club Sin series
“Resist is a twisted, gritty, and provocative read full of toe-curling steam and spine-tingling suspense. I give Missy Johnson a big thumbs up for this one!”—USA Today bestselling author J. L. Mac
“This dark, intense page-turner had me gripped to the end. Jaxon Murphy is the troubled soul that every girl will want to heal.”—USA Today bestselling author R. J. Prescott
“Perfect for readers who like [a] dangerous edge to their romance without having it go into all-out sexual craziness.”—The Romance Factor
“Fast-paced . . . very well written and very well developed . . . [There’s] never a dull moment in this book.”—Once Upon an Alpha
“A mix of emotions, a bit of drama and a whole lot of sexual tension between the characters.”—LeAnn’s Book Reviews