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The Pierce Brothers couldn’t be more different except for one thing – they all have big hearts and plenty of love to give. Each of the books can be read as a stand-alone and features four brothers who are as equally nice as they are naughty.
- The Pierce Brothers Series by Belinda Williams
- Mr. Nice Guy: A Friends to Lovers Fake Dating Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 1)
- Spoilsport: A Second Chance Enemies to Lovers Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 2)
- One In A Billion: A Billionaire Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 3)
- Cry Baby A Grump Sunshine Slow Burn Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 4)
The Pierce Brothers Series by Belinda Williams
Mr. Nice Guy: A Friends to Lovers Fake Dating Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 1)
Published 28th June 2021
Dual Third-Person POV
Nice guys can play dirty too…
“Give me a week. Seven days and seven nights. I’ll show you what it’s like to be with a nice guy.”
Chelsea seems to attract bad boys who by nature treat her badly and leave her drowning her sorrows with her best friend Nadia. Her latest bad boy, Darren, managed to convince Chelsea to lend him $3k for his gym business but suddenly appears with a new car.
Returning from a long work shift as a paramedic, Tom can tell straight away that douchebag Darren has messed things up, leaving his best friend’s little sister and flatmate Chelsea upset. Listening to her and Nadia talk about the bad boys she chooses to date when Nadia suggests that she needs a nice guy – highlighting that Tom would make the perfect Mr Nice Guy.
Agreeing to seven days, seven dates, Tom hopes to show Chelsea that dating a nice guy doesn’t have to mean being boring. Although he needs to keep his feelings in check after being attracted to her for the past year. Their dates come with little hiccups along the way from a choking incident, a raunchy film, scorned lovers and revelations from Tom’s past. But they also allow Chelsea to think about the future and what she wants from life.
Whilst they blur some boundaries it becomes clear that Tom has some issues he needs to deal with from his past in order to move forward, but has he pushed Chelsea away for good?
Published 25th October 2021
Dual Third-Person POV
A second chance at love is no laughing matter
Purchasing a fixer-upper without a home inspection has certainly bitten Nadia in the bum a few times. Returning home following a long shift in the emergency dept as a nurse she finds that she has no power. Attempting to rectify the situation herself by checking the fuse board leaves her thrown backwards, with a sore bum and a singed hand. Turning to her best friend Chelsea and her boyfriend om she calls asking if she can stay the night – although there is already a houseguest at the flat, Tom’s brother Luke, so she’ll have to sleep on the sofa.
There is a history between Luke and Nadia, after hooking up for a one-night stand that leads to a few more meetups. Not telling her that he was separated was a mistake and caused Nadia to shut down anything between them. As a builder with his own company, Luke is best placed to help Nadia with her house woes, but she is reluctant to accept his help. Managing to get her a good quote for all the electrical work with the promise that he’ll be able to quote for the rest of the renovations she finally agrees to his help.
Nadia doesn’t do love, heck she’s not even interested in relationships. Preferring to keep things with no strings attached. Although she can’t understand why Luke’s betrayal bothered her so much. Attempting to work with him for the good of her house she can see different sides to him than what she had previously, especially his relationship with his nine-year-old daughter, Esme. But whilst there is chemistry between them, can Luke ever get Nadia to realise that love isn’t such a scary thing?
One In A Billion: A Billionaire Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 3)
Published 20th June 2022
Dual Third-Person POV
Making a deal with a billionaire is a risky business…
A self-imposed deadline of her thirtieth birthday has Victoria stepping up her game in order to get an interview with IT genius Seth Pierce. Hoping that this will be the article to land her the promotion she has been in line for. However, she is prepared to give up the security of a permanent position if she doesn’t land the role. Taking an opportunity to turn up at his offices she is able to get an interview with him after a case of mistaken identity but it’s not a media interview, it’s a job interview.
Whilst Seth may have just broken into the billionaire category he does not want this to be the first thing people say about him. A media recluse he is happy for his business partner Byron to be in the spotlight but when a journalist becomes a contender for his PA position he decides now is the time for a personal media plan and hires her as a freelance consultant and agrees to the interview she wants.
Attracted to each other, Victoria attempts to keep things professional, especially as he has been dating Pip for almost four years. But when Seth attempts to tell Victoria that their relationship isn’t what it seems he leaves her thinking that he and Pip have an open relationship. Finding ways to be together their connection grows but as revelations are made public and her birthday arrives, Victoria has some big decisions to make.
Published 20th February 2023
Dual Third-Person POV
First rule of being a nanny – don’t fall for your boss…
After a career in journalism, namely beauty journalism Amy has decided that now is the time to retrain and has just had her acceptance details for the university to train as a teacher. A call from her best friend Veronica has her easter to share the good news, however, this is put on hold when she is needed to help one of the Pierce Brothers – Noah. His best friend has just died from COVID and is left with guardianship of her seven-month-old daughter Amelia. tasked with becoming his semi-live-in nanny to help him look after Amelia whilst he attempts to find her dad.
Noah’s friendship with Beth spanned back until their teenage years. They had been friends, bandmates and that constant person in each other’s lives through the loss of his mom and failed relationships. Whilst he knew that he’d agreed to be Amelia’s guardian alongside her parents, it was one of those worst-case scenarios, neither one of them thinking that it would ever be needed. Her parents are away and have health issues to deal with, so Noah is left caring for the baby but completely out of his depth.
The arrival of Amay helps Noah gain a routine in his new life. finding out that Beth’s parents are able to care for Amelia makes his search for the unknown dad more important as he doesn’t feel he can do this long-term. Growing close, Amy attempts to bring Noah’s forgotten talents back out there and they fall into a relationship behind closed doors. But as Amelia gets sick whilst they are out Noah realises for certain that Amelia is better off with someone else. This triggers unresolved issues from Amy’s past and she has to put space between them in order to deal with things. Are they able to come back from this?