Fiancé in Name Only by Maureen Child: So scared of what anything other than the normal is when the outside starts to shake it up a bit the inside must follow suit, right? Kelly Flynn was used to being alone, or at least as used to it as one could be. […]
Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera: A “mad man” on the loose threatening and releasing secrets. A tech guru brought in. When he meets a young horse master he just knows something is going to change. Amberley Holbrook didn’t want anything to do with city slickers. She was much better […]
Sweet Summer’s Kiss (Love at the Chocolate Shop #10) by Debra Salonen Who says you can’t go home again? Or does that really even count when it was your father’s home, before you were born? Gretchen Zambrinski was trying to figure that out, except she wasn’t. She was running away […]
Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates: It wasn’t as if she wasn’t a woman, but sometimes when you are struggling so hard to survive and to fit in it’s easier to be “one of the guys” the problems only come when suddenly you need to be a woman. Anna Brown […]
The Baby Favor by Andrea Laurence: There are a lot of pressures put on children these days, but the pressure of a marriage? Is that even fair? Scarlet Spencer wanted children, she really did but in the long run she knew it wasn’t worth her marriage. The problem? When Mason […]
Conveniently Engaged to the Boss by Ellie Darkins: When your father announces he is retiring and handing you the company everything should be great, right?
The Billionaire in Her Bed by Regina Kyle: A case of mistaken identities? Or is someone trying to hide out? Whatever the case may be it’s time to just enjoy life, right? Brooke Worthington didn’t do relationships. She didn’t even do feelings most of the time. She had goals and she […]
Tempted by the Wrong Twin by Rachel Bailey: Baggage gets heavy, especially when you are carrying the load alone. However sometimes when someone reaches out to help you only end up with twice the load.
Marry Me at Willoughby Close by Kate Hewitt: Can two people from VERY different backgrounds ever find any common ground? Or will they forever be cursed to the strata’s that they both find themselves born into? Alice James didn’t come from much. She was a foster child, and her upbringing […]
Sarah and the Secret Sheikh by Michelle Douglas: One night can change everything, but when it starts because of a misdirection it can be hard to see what might just be right. Sarah Collins was less than confident in herself. She knew she would figure it out but she did […]