Atlas Titan isn't your typical billionaire heir. He defied the expectations of his tycoon father and well-heeled, affluent family by becoming a Navy SEAL and later a clandestine operative for the darkest government agencies. He thought he'd left that world behind for a Bay Area start-up with his brothers, but a man's past has a way of catching up with him. I'm Piper Kipton. I'm on the run from my own mistakes, and there's only one man who can protect me from them. And he just so happens to be six foot five with rugged good looks and a penchant for making me weak at his touch.
Odin Titan is just your typical billionaire heir. Except his brother, ex-Navy SEAL Atlas, has brought trouble to his doorstep. Odin's life of fast cars and faster women has come to a screeching halt in the time it takes to squeeze a trigger. Now Odin's life and future are in the hands of widowed doctor Clara O'Grady, who has lived a solitary life dedicated to her patients since the violent loss of her husband six years ago.
Declan DeGraff is old money, turned no money, turned new money. He's fresh off the deal of the decade; he's just sold his tech firm for over two billion dollars and he should be on top of the world. But he's still missing what he lost, long ago. And every time success comes his way, he's reminded of how he would trade it all to have her back again.
Barrett Evers, globe-trotting scion of the Evers Holdings fortune, has all the trappings of the wealthiest men in the world. The fastest sports cars, the sleekest private jets, and business interests on four continents. He rubs elbows with the world's most powerful and beautiful. And on top of all that? He just so happens to have the rugged good looks of a model straight out of GQ. Needless to say, he gets what he wants, when he wants. He has it all. At least, that's what any outsider would think.
A wise man once said, "It wasn't me!" In this episode of Limelight, Hampton Yount takes us to Rooftop Comedy clubs around the country to hear from comedians discussing the what's and why's of denial. Sometimes we use denial to protect ourselves, sometimes we are in denial for the protection of others. Bottom line, we all have something to hide... don't deny it!