Sullivan Byrne had been talked into many things in his lifetime, most of them by his younger sister Rhona. So when she asks him to be the one to share her father-daughter dance with her at her... More > wedding, he’s surprised and touched at the request. At least until he figures out he has to take dancing lessons for two weeks straight. His irritation quickly turns to intrigue when he’s introduced to Rhona’s close friend and his new instructor, the alluring Channing Harris. Now Sullivan wants to know more about what she can do with her hips in other activities aside from her amazing dancing skills. The question is; can he get her to stop being skittish long enough to admit she feels the same attraction he does?< Less
Konstantine Vetrov is pretty sure he’s made it abundantly clear that he only has one woman in mind to carry his progeny and take his name. Or so he thought until he landed back in White Plains,... More > New York, six years after traveling abroad for his father’s company and finally realized that said woman is completely oblivious to his feelings. Harper Sweet is the end all, be all for him. The beginning and the end. The one. He’s not satisfied with their twenty-odd years of friendship staying firmly in the zone where he doesn’t get to touch and kiss and hold her. Which means what, exactly? That it’s time for him to show Harper the sweetest thing—what they could be if she’d just open her eyes.< Less
Ten long years have passed since Noel Austin left Baton Rouge in search of solace. Having lost two of the most important people in his world, he needed a clean break, a life away from the constant... More > reminder his parents were gone. Now, a decade later, he’s realizing what he really needed was the love and support of the woman he adored half his life but left behind. The question is; can he get Ambrielle Hudson to understand his reasons for becoming a SEAL? Or is the damage to her heart too extensive to repair? One Christmas and one storm that lands them together gives him all the answers he needs.< Less
How do you tell a woman who has threatened to set you on fire on more than one occasion that she’s your mate? Oh and not only that but everything her father has ever told her is a lie and she... More > also has a forty foot monster living inside her?
Ryker Anosov didn’t have an answer to that question. As a matter of fact if it were up to him then he’d just walk away and pretend like none of it was happening. But it wasn’t up to him entirely. When his inner beast wasn’t lounging about or demanding that he take someone’s face off, it was sniffing around Catori Akita. Now he has to muster up enough courage to inform her of what he knows.
That should be easy enough right?< Less
Viking. That was the only way to describe her soon to be brother-in-law’s best man and cousin. Giant, blond and extremely pushy could fall in line behind those also. But as far as Rebecca... More > Williams was concerned, Viking was the best characterization for the man she teasingly called Hans. She had one goal and one goal only as her sister’s wedding got closer and closer; to make it as easy of a ride as possible for the woman who was finally marrying the man of her dreams.
The only problem? Dean Alexander seemed to be convinced that Becca was meant to be conquered and taken—by him. She had two choices; run until he tired of playing cat and mouse with her, or finally give in to the Viking’s pursuit.< Less
Kyran Alexander had no idea how he was going to make the woman that he adored beyond anything see him as more than a fried. And he damn sure didn’t know how he was going to make her stop hating... More > a national holiday made just for lovers but he was determined to try. Could he get his long time best friend and the love of his life Maryssa Williams to see past the pain of one experience and have a change of heart?< Less
Luciano “The Philly Brawler” Antonelli was a fighter. He fought on the streets as a kid, he fought in business as a man, he fought in the ring as a world champion. As his gift graduated,... More > so did his way of thinking. His fighting never stopped, just his methods. Twenty odd years later and he’s found himself fighting for something entirely different—the heart of a woman he’s wanted from the first moment he heard her voice. The second opportunity knocks, he takes a leap composed from faith and bravado, succeeding. Perhaps a little too much. Now he’s thinking up lullabies and trying to determine how to convince radio star Samara Blackwell that he wants her for more than just the life they’ve created resting on the inside of her ever growing belly. Is this one battle where he’ll have to call a draw? If the behavior of his obstinate little media queen is any indication than it just< Less