The only thing headier than wine is lust. Escape to California’s wine country in Crush by Mae Wood… it’s AVAILABLE…
I’ve never been anywhere, but here. And now I’m going to get to travel with you—even though I’ll be seeing it through your phone’s camera. Meeting you was really good luck.”Oh yeah…The cheesecake. I’m ruined. I brush my lips very lightly across hers and smile when she whimpers. God, I’m going to miss her. “I promise, I’ll call.” It doesn’t make my heart race to say it. “Don’t promise, Carter. Those are bound to be broken. Just do it.”Her eyes turn solemn and I see that she and disappointment are intimate friends. I want to break them up.
Shannon has gone from bright-eyed co-ed and confirmed do-gooder to event planner to the stars. Life is good, but she’s never forgotten, Nick.
atalie’s discovery of his secret pushes them past the boundaries they’ve carefully constructed around their friendship. For Natalie, this could be a second chance at her happily ever after. But when a person from Aidan’s past reappears, everything he has built with Natalie is threatened.
One thing Rose Riley is proud of: standing up for what she believes in while living her best life kindly.
One thing she’s not so proud of: whacking a man on the head with her handmade sign at an animal rights march.
I’m too busy trying to run a business, keep the red socks out of the white laundry, and get the damn pillowcases on without owing a dollar to the swear jar. Sure, Frannie Sawyer is beautiful and sweet, but she’s twenty-seven, the boss’s daughter, and my new part-time nanny—which means she’s completely off-limits.
Two unlikely friends – the innocent, good girl and the notorious bad boy. One fateful night brought them together, and they formed a bond – one so strong it was unbreakable – until one night they gave into temptation.
Title: Dominate The Final Harris Brother Duet #2 Series: The Harris Brothers #5 Author: Amy Daws Genre: Sports Romance Release…
The only kinds of luck I knew were bad and worse…until my life hung in the balance. I finally caught a break in the form of a second chance.