Luke Series by Cassia Leo

3.85 · 80 ratings
  • Mirror (Luke #1)

    Mirror (Luke #1)

    Cassia Leo

    · 14 ratings · published 2013

    At twenty-eight, Luke Maxwell is the hottest eligible bachelor in America and the billionaire CEO of Maxwell Computers. When Brina Kingston is hired by Luke’s competitor as a corporate spy, Brina successfully works her way into a position as Luke Maxwell’s new executive assistant. What Brina doesn’t expect is to find herself in a compromising position in his bed. Brina thinks she has the savvy to see past Luke’s cunning intellect and extract the trade secrets she was hired to acquire... more

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  • Memory (Luke #2)

    Memory (Luke #2)

    Cassia Leo

    · 12 ratings · published 2013

    Twenty-three-year-old corporate spy Brina Kingston has successfully wormed her way into a new position as billionaire Luke Maxwell’s executive assistant and love interest. Brina expected to get in, steal the password to his latest software creation, and get out unscathed. She didn’t expect Luke’s kindness or his ability to draw out long buried memories and emotions about her brother’s suicide... more

  • Linked (Luke #3)

    Linked (Luke #3)

    Cassia Leo

    · 10 ratings · published 2013

    Twenty-three-year-old corporate spy Brina Kingston has a new position as billionaire Luke Maxwell’s executive assistant, a space in his bed and his heart, and the one piece of information that could tear his company and their relationship to shreds. Brina has the password to a secret software project Luke is set to unveil at a conference in six weeks. Brina’s employer wants the password. Brina wants Luke... more

  • Password (Luke #4)

    Password (Luke #4)

    Cassia Leo

    · 10 ratings · published 2013

    Brina Kingston has just lost her job as a corporate spy and her relationship with billionaire Luke Maxwell has ended. Brina believes she has one chance to show Luke how sorry she is for deceiving him, until she discovers it may be too late. Luke Maxwell is at the top of his game as he is set to reveal his most innovative software creation to date, but none of it matters when all he can think about is Brina... more

  • Timeout (Luke #5)

    Timeout (Luke #5)

    Cassia Leo

    · 10 ratings · published 2013

    Timeout (noun): An interrupt signal generated by a program or device that has waited a certain length of time for some input, but has not received it. Brina Kingston and billionaire Luke Maxwell have decided that if they want their relationship to work, there has to be more to it than amazing sex. They’ve agreed to take a timeout for thirty days to work on being friends... more

  • Hunting Luke (Luke #5.5)

    Hunting Luke (Luke #5.5)

    Cassia Leo

    · 6 ratings · published 2014

    This story must be read after Timeout (Luke #5). Luke and Brina are looking forward to their first entire day alone together since becoming parents. For Valentine’s Day, Luke sends his wife Brina on a sexy scavenger hunt. The surprises keep getting better, but Brina wonders if parental guilt will spoil her hunt for Luke.

  • Trust in Me (Luke #6)

    Trust in Me (Luke #6)

    Cassia Leo

    · 10 ratings · published 2013

    This book takes place three years after Timeout, book 5. Brina has been running the Kingston Foundation for two years now. The Kingston Foundation is a trust set up in her brother’s memory to ensure veterans get the mental health care they need. When Brina meets a guy who served with her brother and finds out he’s homeless, she invites him over for dinner. Will Brina’s need to help others get her in trouble with Luke again?

  • Decode (Luke #7)

    Decode (Luke #7)

    Cassia Leo

    · 8 ratings · published 2013

    The seventh and final installment in the Luke Series. Luke and Brina take the children and the new nanny, Violet, to London for a trip that is supposed to be both business and pleasure. When Violet and the children get separated from Brina while sightseeing, the events that transpire test Brina's faith in Luke.

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