"Is that the only reason you never did anything?"
"Yeah, well...that and among other things."
Due to her mother dying at a young age Ember Ryker and her brother are forced to be raised by their single father, after never having the time for them, both Drake and Ember grew up being raised by the rough streets of Waterfall Cove.
Embers true passion isn't the songs she writes for herself and other artists, although she does have a knack for words, Ember waits everyday, for when the lights go down above the ground, because when they do the lights below shine bright. Ember is her very own successful fighter, making a career at night from the deep dark depths of The Devils Tooth.
The Ryker family is known for their hard edge bad sibling type of persona, but have always remained humble and down to earth with their fame. Gunner Ryker, Embers father runs the family business; a above ground company and an illegal drug trafficking ring.
Enter Harley Knight...
The Knightingales to be exact is your average run-of-the-mill bad boy-named family through and through; the men are rich and snobby; all think they are above, or do they? The Knightingale women are sure of themselves and they all have their own distinct way of even walking down the street...When a Knightingale woman walks into a room, you can instantly tell.
The man Ember considers her worst enemy is Harley the middle brother of the Knightingale family, the person she conjures at night in her steamiest dreams and the demon of her worst nightmares all in one, and that is because of the awkward first kiss they both shared years ago and Harley has never let her forget it as they went through their teens together.
When Ember turned seventeen both Harley and Drake left for college, only they come back to Waterfall Cove for Ember's twenty-third birthday after five years to complete chaos...
In the explosive form of good ole hot-fiery chemistry between Harley and Ember that frankly burns them both quickly.
Will their feelings for each other prevail over the stereotypes of their two families; good and bad, or will the typical scrutiny of modern society throw their already complicated relationship into a tornado of a life?