Warning: This standalone M/F/M novel is the trashy romance you’ve been waiting for.
Turning eighteen was supposed to mean escaping the trailer park and the shadow of her mom’s job– the world’s oldest profession. But then her mother gives Vickie an ultimatum: work on her back or live on the streets. Suddenly, Vickie is out of options.
Beers and babes. The two b’s are all Buck needs to be happy. That is, until he and his roommate save the prettiest little thing in the park, inviting her into their trailer and their beds. Now Buck’s wondering if the two things he needs to be happy are the people he could lose all too easily.
In a park with nosy neighbors and a long memory, Shep can’t outrun his reputation. Bitter and jaded, he relies on Buck’s friendship, hoping soon he’ll get the hell out of Dodge. That is, until little Vickie and Buck show him that there’s love in even the trashiest corners of the earth. His reputation, though, threatens to unravel everything.
Just as they start to build their family, a murder in the park turns everything upside-down. Vickie’s troubles, Buck’s faith, and Shep’s dark past collide — testing their love and their trio. Can their unconventional relationship help them survive the fallout in a town where unearthed secrets can get you killed?