Streets of Valencia (#2 in The Billionaire S...
Federica d'Osana has it all: only eighteen, she has success written in her future, money at her fingertips, and beauty as stunning as her anger. She's a third daughter of perfection. One flaw: she doesn't have choice. When summer before college takes an unexpected twist, she finds herself questioning her purpose; whether she should just do and not question. And it all started with him; the guy whose stare dares her to take a chance at all opportunity. One problem about it all: she's lied, and he hates liars.
Antonio Juan Gonzalez doesn't have it all. Life has been battles and struggles, and he's managed to conquer each challenge as it comes. He doesn't need a bratty princess coming in and shattering his peace and he doesn't need her gap-tooth smile distracting him and her vibrant eyes calling to instincts he doesn't want to spare. He calls the women, they don't call him. But she's not a princess, as Federica d'Ordunya claims. She's just into fashion, loves art, and rises to all his challenges. And he's caught as meeting after meeting proves just what she claims: a woman with a heart.
The streets are full of violence, betrayal is a song in the air, tears flow in the sewers like a river of souls, but it can all be washed away by the love, gently trickling down with its ferocious yet rejuvenating spirit, bringing compassion and chance. Valencia is filled with the truths, of battles lost and struggles overburdening young shoulders, and it is in these streets that starts the paths Rica and Tony need to follow. But can what started as a lie, continue to prosper after the hard bump on its road? When things turn awry, can they hold on to new found freedom, or will they lose what they once had, and what they now want?