From New York Times
bestselling author Mary B. Morrison comes the scintillating,
no-holds-barred novel of a dazzling potential power couple who regretfully take their scandalous love-hurt reunion to an all-time low . . .
Between their rising careers and insatiable passion for each other, Xena Trinity and Memphis Brown seem to be perfect partners. Sure, they break up constantly, but their love and sexual chemistry is undeniable. Since their ultimate goal is to marry and start a family after Memphis fulfills his dreams, they believe they can one day have it all. Until Xena gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take her fashion brand from Savannah to New York City—just after track star Memphis clenches an Olympic spot . . .
Never conceiving Xena could outshine him, Memphis crosses a new line: He looks elsewhere to fill the void of her abandonment and betrayal. Fed up with Memphis’s shenanigans, Xena moves on to a new man who supports her dream of building her brand . . . until her heart makes her yearn once more for a life with her soulmate, Memphis. With her career and love life hanging in the balance, Xena is forced to re-evaluate her priorities. Which man can she depend on for happiness? Will she take another chance on Memphis? Or stay with the self-made billionaire offering wisdom and stability? Will turning to her business partner or her best friend for advice give her answers or more complications?
Just when Xena has hope everything will turn out fine, life-altering discoveries put her and Memphis’s careers on pause—breaking more than their hearts. And getting real enough to manage this devastation could cost Xena and Memphis more than they ever imagined . . .
Praise For Mary B. Morrison
“Mary B.’s quick pacing and penchant for sexy bedroom scenes—her forte—have always kept the pages turning.”
“Morrison piles on extra helpings of soap opera-esque drama in this final entry of her
If I Can’t Have You trilogy.”
—Library Journal on If You Don’t Know Me
“If you’re looking for some serious drama . . . this will fit the bill nicely.”
—RT Book Reviews on If You Don’t Know Me