Clash: Cal and Macy’s Story Book 1 (The Legal Affairs Series #3)

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Clash (verb): to conflict, disagree

It might be fair to say that I despise Macy Carrington. She slings insults with precision, not caring about the destruction she leaves in her wake. We clash in a battle of wills every time we’re around each other, and yet… I still fantasize about being lodged deep within her body.

Clash (verb): to come together or collide

I have never encountered someone that grates me the way Cal Carson does. His pompous, arrogant demeanor. A holier-than-thou attitude. Any interaction with “Saint Cal” ends in a verbal clash of epic proportions, and yet… there’s no one I’d rather have in my bed than him.

Clash (noun): a battle, fight or skirmish

Her breathy moans mingle with the sound of our flesh coming together, clashing with the silence that surrounds us, dispelling any notions I once had about Macy Carrington.

Maybe I can break down her walls if we can call a truce to this battle.

He whispers filthy words in my ear, provoking feelings I never knew were possible. The burning desire in his touch clashes with everything I once believed about Cal Carson.

Maybe he can be the balm I need to soothe my broken soul, if only temporarily.

**Cal and Macy’s story is a trilogy within the Legal Affairs series. All three books—Clash, Grind and Yield—must be read in order. You do not have to read the other Legal Affairs books to understand this trilogy.

See all of the books available in the Legal Affairs series here: https://sawyerbennett.com/bookstore/the-legal-affairs-series/

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A highly steamy contemporary romance series featuring interconnected standalones and a trilogy. Start with Legal Affairs, then follow it up with Confessions of a Litigation God, the companion novel told strictly from the hero’s POV with bonus scenes! Next, enjoy an enemies-to-lovers romance with a hint of suspense in Clash, Grind, and Yield, a Legal Affairs Trilogy. Then round out the series with Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll and The Pecker Briefs, which are both standalone tiles.

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