Sister Tse is brought to New York by a Snakehead, a human smuggler. Although she is indebted to the crime family responsible for her transport, her survival instincts help her gain favor with the matriarch, and she rises quickly in the ranks. Soon Tse must reconcile her success with her real reason for coming to America—to find the child that was taken from her. In the end, Sister Tse must draw on the strength she found in transforming her victimhood into power.
Liam is set to wed a younger French girl in the Hamptons. His sister Audrey and her husband Ethan drive to attend the wedding, yet Audrey’s motives are likely to stop the wedding. Audrey and Clemence do not get along, a perfect gorgeous French woman reminds herself of how imperfect her own life is. Feelings of jealousy due to her own lost opportunities, uncertainty of herself and her 40 years of lifetime choices could explode and scorch her new sister-in-law.
Clay Kincaid hates the nickname ‘Saint’, he got for being too kind to stray animals and desperate people. Especially when it comes to women. With a rough and damaged past that has left him jaded, he doesn’t do committed relationships. This is before he meets Samantha Jamieson, an heiress turned runaway in need of help. When she starts to work as a waitress at his bar, he discovers that she is someone truly special and amazing… someone that could warm his damaged heart.