Cocktales, Book Three Sophia Kennedy is determined to chase her own success, rather than ride her father's coattails. She's devoted herself to Books and Brew, the business she owns with her three best friends. She doesn't feel the need to explain herself to anyone, least of all the free-aid lawyer who's determined to judge her as a society princess. She'd ignore him altogether...if it were up to her mind. But nooooo. Her body just has to have its say--and it's using words like "gorgeous", "hot" and "sexy". Soon, annoyance turns to attraction, verbal sparring to physical satisfaction as the couple is drawn together by a common cause. Marc Garrett has no time for a relationship. And he certainly doesn't want a rich society fixture, though the damning evidence below his belt suggests otherwise. The more he comes to know his hardworking princess, the more he wants her, again and again. Marc's falling hard, but after holding Sophie's wealth against her, how will she react when she learns of his own rather prosperous roots?