Morgan Brothers Series by Lauren Rowe

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  • Hero (Morgan Brothers #1)
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    Hero (Morgan Brothers #1)

    Lauren Rowe

    · 20 ratings · published 2018

    The first time I laid eyes on Lydia Decker, I couldn’t speak. Or breathe. Or string two coherent thoughts together. And I don’t mean any of that figuratively. I’m not talking about a guy being floored by the sight of a gorgeous woman—although, of course, Lydia is gorgeous beyond words.No, when I first laid eyes on Lydia Decker—my physical therapist—I was lying flat on my back in the ICU, high as a kite on painkillers, breathing on a ventilator, my bones as broken and splintered as my spirit... more

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  • Captain (Morgan Brothers #2)
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    Captain (Morgan Brothers #2)

    Lauren Rowe

    · 19 ratings · published 2017

    It wasn’t the way this kind of story was supposed to go . . . Insta-love isn’t supposed to turn into insta-hate. But that’s exactly what happened when the hot-as-hell dreamboat I met in a bar turned out to be a lying, cheating scumbag-player-douche looking for nothing but a little side action. Jerk. And he has the nerve to call me a liar and a “sociopath”? Assh*le... more

  • Mister Bodyguard (Morgan Brothers #4)
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    Mister Bodyguard (Morgan Brothers #4)

    Lauren Rowe

    · 15 ratings · published 2018

    A bodyguard, a beauty, and a bet. “I’m hiring you to do more than guard her, Zander,” my new boss explained. “You’re gonna be her rock. Her human Valium. Her trusted friend. And she’s gonna be your mission from God.” “So I’m her babysitter?” “Her babysitter, her bodyguard, her f*cking service doggie. Whatever she needs or wants, that’s what you’ll be. Anything except her booty call.” The vein in my new boss’s neck bulged. “Touch her and I’ll do more than fire your ass, Zander... more

  • Rockstar (Morgan Brothers #5)
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    Rockstar (Morgan Brothers #5)

    Lauren Rowe

    · 16 ratings · published 2021

    It was lyrics at first sight when I saw Violet Rhodes across that crowded party. She was lights and darks, swirled together. Music in motion. And all of it while looking like a hitwoman at an Elvis convention. I had nothing to offer the intriguing girl but a one-night stand. I figured I’d revel in my last night of anonymity before my first tour and shoot her a quick “We’ll always have L.A.!” goodbye the next morning. But nothing went according to plan... more

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