The Price of Cash

By Ashley Bartlett

Cash Braddock’s summer started bad and it’s getting worse. Her suppliers keep getting arrested. Her competition is poaching all her customers. Laurel isn’t who Cash thought she was. And her farm is under a microscope, which makes money laundering difficult. 

There’s a new dealer on Cash’s turf. When kids start dying from the dealer’s pills, Detective Kallen turns to Cash for answers. Turns out her reputation for selling pills doesn’t make her an expert. It makes her a suspect. Cash preferred it when she knew which cops were bad and good.

Last time, her business and reputation were on the line. Now, she’s got to worry about staying out of jail. And stay alive.

Second in the Cash Braddock series.

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Cash Braddock

By Ashley Bartlett

Cash Braddock is a drug dealer. But the classy kind. Pills. She really doesn’t get why people are so uptight about that sort of thing. She has a decent operation, a little business to launder money through, and only a few Mommy issues.  

Laurel Collins is the perfect girl for Cash. She wears vintage ties and is totally chill. She doesn’t mind the dealing or Cash’s cat. It’s almost like she’s Cash’s dream girl. Sometimes she’s a little closed off about, you know, life. But who isn’t?

Sadly, the drug game doesn’t always run smoothly. There are dealers who don’t respect boundaries and unreliable customers. And, of course, dealers don’t fly under the cops’ radar forever. Even when they work with dirty cops. Which is a damn shame. It’s not like they’re hurting anybody, right?

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Dirty Power

By Ashley Bartlett

Dirty Plays | Book 3

Vivian Cooper and the DiGiovanni twins have been through hell and back. And they're still broke and on the run. Life's a bitch like that.

Cooper and the twins are together again. This time with Reese and Ryan's fathers in tow. All they have to do is get their money back. But they dig up more than they bargained for in Vegas. And that chick who ripped them off in Mexico doesn't want to give up the gold. Plus the DiGiovanni family is probably still after them. And maybe the cops. This whole stealing the money and running thing is hard.

Even if they manage to get the money and get away, can they stay hidden? Cooper's sins have to catch up at some point. Will Reese and Ryan still be her salvation?

Final novel in the Dirty Trilogy

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Dirty Money

By Ashley Bartlett

Dirty Plays | Book 2
Vivian Cooper and Reese DiGiovanni just found out that falling in love is hard. It's even harder when you're running for your life.

Cooper, Reese, and Ryan have escaped to Mexico. But they aren't safe. The DiGiovannis want their money and their progeny back. And Cooper doesn't feel like letting the money or the twins go. That is until she realizes exactly what she's up against.

In a moment of anger, desperation, and fear, Cooper makes a mistake that will cost her. First, the gold disappears. Then the twins abandon her. Cooper is left broke and heartbroken. And the only person she can turn to is the man she has been running from.

Second in the Dirty Trilogy.
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Dirty Sex

By Ashley Bartlett

Dirty Plays | Book 1

Vivian Cooper and Reese DiGiovanni have hated each other since the second grade. Too bad Reese's twin brother, Ryan, is Cooper's best friend.

Cooper and Ryan will do anything for each other, even when it's illegal, suicidal, or just plain stupid. Which is why, when Cooper and the twins stumble upon millions of dollars in gold bars, they take it and head for Las Vegas. Soon they find themselves running from some very angry and very organized criminals. Which turns out to be not nearly as sexy as it looks in the movies.

Even if they manage to survive the pissed off guys who are chasing them, Cooper and Reese might kill each other for the hell of it. Or hook up. It really could go either way.

First in the Dirty Trilogy.

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Sex & Skateboards

By Ashley Bartlett

Sex and skateboards and surfing on the California coast. What more could anyone want?

Alden McKenna has spent her entire life not growing up. Being an adult is tedious, not to mention totally boring. And requires less skateboarding. So why bother? Moving to a small beach town seems like an awesome idea. The skateboarding is good, the sun is always shining, and no one moves very fast. She even meets a hot chick like five minutes after moving there. Life is good. Except young Weston Duvall has already grown up and her reasons for doing so surprise Alden even more because she didn't see them coming. Weston can't trust Alden, and Alden isn't sure she wants to be trusted. So why can't they seem to stay away from each other?

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