he attraction between us is undeniable and something we can’t ignore. But there’s a secret that threatens to come between us. When we uncover more than we should, things become dangerous.
For the entirety of my adult life, I’ve been content.
Content in my single lifestyle, content in my stressful-but-extremely-successful job as the main corporate counsel for almost every Fortune 500 company in North America, and content in my playful, spontaneous ways.
I thought he’d be my first kiss. I thought he’d be my first everything. He became my first crush. And then he crushed me. Twelve years later he’s back in town and there’s no way I’ll fall for that sexy southern drawl, irresistible smile and all that charm. No matter how well he fills out a pair of old faded Levi’s.
He pushed more. “Where were you, Wynter?”
I flicked my wrist, assuming a nonchalance I didn’t feel. “I was just around. Did you miss me?”
“Wynter, you skipped town three days ago without a word.”
I took a deep breath, stalling for a second. “I answered your texts.”
Kaysen stared at me. “And rejected my calls. I know you, Wynter, and I know there’s something going on. Are you okay?”
Love isn’t on her radar until she meets King. But is the sexy, single alpha who makes her heart race the right choice?
King is rusty in the romance department, but he knows Dawn and her kids are meant to be his. He’s ready to prove to her that he’s in it for the long haul, stepdad duties and all.
Except the spotlight puts her in the crosshairs of dangerous men.
Samantha fights to compose her own ending, even as the final notes rise to a heartbreaking crescendo.
SONATA is the third and final book in the explosive trilogy with Samantha Brooks and Liam North. It should be read after OVERTURE and CONCERTO.
Kaysen and are happy with our no-strings-attached relationship even though he‘s my boss.
Or so I thought.
Now he wants more.
he’ll be gone in a few months…
Except now she’s determined to find her perfect match by checking out every eligible male in the town, and her choices are even more distracting. So why does it suddenly feel like he—and his obnoxious tight-knit family, and even these two wayward dogs—could be exactly what she needs?
My goal was to help Dad, and get back to my life. But what am I supposed to do when the life that used to strangle me suddenly fits like a glove, and makes me dream of things I never thought I’d have? I don’t have room for a man much less love.
Because it’s impossible to hold onto someone who’s already gone.
Brooke Markham needs a man. A real good man.
JJ Harniczek needs money. A whole lot of money.