Taming Lily (The Fowler Sisters Series, #3)
Random House Publishing Group / July 7, 2015 / $15.00 print, $7.99 digital
Perfect for fans of Christina Lauren, Emma Chase, and Maya Banks, the anticipated finale in New York Times bestselling author Monica Murphy’s sexy contemporary romance series about three fiery and determined sisters with their own ideas about life and love.
I’m in trouble. Again. And instead of facing my problems head-on, I’ve run away. Far away this time, and no one can catch me—not my two younger sisters, Violet and Rose, not my father, my grandmother, or that witch Pilar who wants to take control of my family’s cosmetics company. Now I’m in Hawaii, enjoying the sun and sand and water, where nobody knows the hot mess known as Lily Fowler. And I’m loving every minute of it.
But someone is watching me. Following me. He’s gorgeous. Soon we’re talking, and against all my instincts, I reveal bits and pieces of myself to Max. It feels good, though I know he can’t be the man for me. These sudden feelings we share are way too complicated, too fraught, too intense.
Then everything explodes and I’m forced to return home. My intentions have always been true, but now everyone’s mad at me. I don’t know who to turn to anymore . . . except to Max. He’s the one I want to trust. But I’m not so sure I should. Maybe it’s worth the risk—what-ifs be damned.
In Monica Murphy's Taming Lily, Lily Fowler is in trouble. The “wild” child of the three heiress daughters to the perfume company, Fleur, Lily finds herself on the run after hacking into the email accounts of a high up executive at Fleur. Armed with the information that could potentially hurt Fleur, she hides out in Maui while she figures out what to do. You see, as the oldest and most reckless of the sisters, she has built up a reputation that renders her as someone not to be taken seriously. And for a while, she was content to let her family and the media view her in such a light so she could stay under the radar with her extra-curricular hacking activities. Surely no one would suspect that Lily would be capable or intelligent enough to understand the inner workings of technology and computers.