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T oye Lawson Brown lives in Ohio. She is an Amazon bestselling author of romance that includes interracial romance, romantic suspense, and multicultural novels. Her multicultural books were nominated for Breakout Author of the Year (2014) and Best Interracial Romance (2015) by the B.R.A.B Book Club.
A bogus contractor stole Peyton’s money and left her kitchen stripped to the bare bones. That was the last straw for the Crime Scene Investigator who is already dealing with major trust issues. She is reluctant to put her trust in another contractor until her best friend convinces her to try a contractor she swears will not hustle her.
Then comes home improvement contractor Jason Green, a man dealing with trust issues of his own. With a little arm-twisting from a friend, he offers to build Peyton the kitchen of her dreams and prove there are honest contractors, and not all men are dogs.
Not all goes as planned when the two meet unexpectedly. She is left with a bad first impression of him, but he is head over heels smitten at first sight with her. Something Different is a grown and sexy read that will have you laughing, crying, and mad, all at the same time.
Daniel Lombardi is back and ready to grow up. Known as a troublemaker, he has taken necessary steps to become a better man and live a positive lifestyle. Envious of his older brothers, Daniel desires the love of a good woman and eventually a family. To achieve that, he has to change everything about himself. Follow Daniel as he struggles to separate himself from his destructive past. Will he find love on his personal journey or manage to screw that up also?
Josh and Tasha were best friends who became inseparable. As college came to an end, so did their budding romance. A job opportunity moved Tasha to Atlanta. She was a little perplexed when Josh didn't attempt to dissuade her from leaving him, and she left with a broken heart.
Josh returned to Cleveland to make his mark in the legal world. Along the way, he never shed his partying ways. Bouncing from one-night stands to short-term relationships, he never found the right woman to settle him down. The one woman who could was no longer around, and it was his fault.
Now, Tasha is back, and she is a prosecutor for the County of Cuyahoga. She’s also working on his brother’s case. Will Josh be able to rekindle the flames he never lost for her, or will Tasha shut the door in his face, unable to forgive him for letting her go?