This is the Rook and Ronin trilogy in one book.
Rook is homeless, jobless, and down to her last $10 dollars when she gets the opportunity of a lifetime. Sitting in Starbucks after splurging on coffee with the last of her money, a bunch of models crawl in and out from a photo shoot; all of who were rejected. One of the girls throws the business card and it flies into Rook's face. So Rook just shows up, she's that desperate. The photographer is internationally famous, Antoine Chaput, and he's doing a campaign called Tragic, but he can't find the model with the Tragic look, that is until he takes one look at Rook and he knows she's the girl. Not only does Rook look the part i.e. sad, not broken completely, but there's a story behind her beautiful blue eyes. Rook is beautiful, has a beautiful body, black hair, and attitude when she needs it.
After landing the TRAGIC contract, years of abuse and struggling, Rook is cautious of making new friends. She keeps her past life only to herself, refusing to talk about it to anyone.
Ronin is intrigued with the beautiful girl with the sad eyes, he wants to get to know more about her. He attaches himself to her and doesn't want to let go. They become very attached to one another, because the type of modeling they do is erotic, which brings them closer to one another in more ways than one.
Rook finds a new family in Chaput Studios and she soon finds out that there's more to these people than she could have ever imagined. No one, and nothing, is exactly what it seems.
A must read!