Candy Macintosh - an overprotected young woman from a strict household. Inexperienced but eager for adventure, she has no idea how much her life will change this fateful summer...
Jake Ross - a tall, muscular Navy SEAL back home after a long and difficult deployment. He thinks he wants a few uneventful weeks of downtime but all his instincts tell him to love and protect the young woman who manages to mesmerize him with her innocence and warmth.
Lust is the spark that pushes them together - will it burn itself out or will these two damaged people find solace in a connection so primal neither of them can ignore it?
Friday nights are about fish and chips, not finding tempting boys on your doorstep, particularly when the boy in question seems so lost.
Jack's been Amy's customer for years so they're not exactly strangers, but he's stunned when he finds himself homeless and she offers him a place to stay.
Amy's desperate for change. Fed up with fulfilling her father's expectations, she’s struggling to see a way out without letting him down. Suddenly faced with more issues than she can cope with, Amy turns to Jack for comfort. But as they get closer, and Jack's troubles get deeper, he’s reluctant to make promises he can’t keep.
When her mother remarries, curvy Jolene has to move halfway across the country for her senior year of high school. Worse, while the happy couple takes a month-long honeymoon, she's home alone with her mean-girl stepsister, Angela, who's making her life miserable at home and at school.
Jolene's only bright spot is Jonathan, the nice half of her new identical twin stepbrothers. It's hard not to fall for the handsome, well-built college athlete, especially when he's the only new family member who is nice to her. Yet she doubts he has any real interest in her, even though he keeps showing up and offering to take her out.
When Angie steps up her mean campaign to cruel levels, Jolene retaliates and thinks she's put an end to the situation. At the same time, Jonathan proves he has more than friendly feelings toward her. Just when Jolene thinks things are looking up, Angie comes back with a secret weapon--Harrison, the other twin.
Curvy, beautiful Brienne always thought she was playing the good girl, but never really believed that good girls finished last until now. While on a routine trip home to get a quick change of clothes, she surprises her boyfriend at the worst possible time...
But Owen and Lyle Jack are quick to make the most of this opportunity. They've had their eye on super-smart Brienne and they're not just going to let her slip away!
Can Brienne really keep two men happy without risking a spectacular crash and burn.... Or burning her own heart in the process?
As far as Lord Duncan Aldham is concerned, war is a thing which affects other people. He’s quite content to sit in the ancestral pile, ride his horses, and defend himself against his mother’s attempts to marry him off. So when Duncan meets the Manor’s new stable hand, he’s thoroughly unprepared for the desire which the man ignites within him.
William Fossett is handsome, muscular, and utterly forbidden. A kind and gentle soul, William is a pacifist in a country which is about to force every man to test the strength of their convictions.
Confused by his yearning for Fossett, Duncan will soon be forced to work out whether he dare act upon this illicit attraction to another man - and to a Commoner, no less. But Fossett has bigger problems: the Military Service Act has been passed into law, and even absolutists are at risk of conscription...
The 1840s: A time of increasing social awareness, particularly for progressive cotton mill owner Adrian Bennett and his son and business partner Christopher. But one social issue Christopher has never considered much is violence against women. A Robert Browning poem and a chance encounter with Katerina Valentino change everything.
Katerina is in fear for her life from her father's constant beatings. That is, until Christopher becomes entranced by the delicate dark-haired beauty, and decides that he must rescue her from her father--by marrying her.
Is Christopher's tender affection enough to help Katerina heal her broken spirit?
Champion equestrienne Jo Martin has set off for France and her dream job at a breathtaking Château. She dismisses the rumors about vampires as nothing more than tabloid fodder and just wants to spend all her time in the saddle. But David la Motte, the Marquis's sexy younger brother, has other ideas—and he's not shy about spelling them out.
The longer she stays, the more entangled Jo becomes with the la Motte brothers. David is irresistible to women but a classic playboy; his brother Henri is a shy scientist who lights up when Jo enters a room. But she didn't come to France looking for romance, and struggles to sort out passion from real emotion. Before long, events begin unfolding faster and faster, threatening everything she has always believed about the world, and about herself.
Tasha and Kole Graham have trod the wafer-thin line between friends and enemies since they were teenagers. So when their friends suggest a bet with the shop they both want as the prize, they're quick to agree.
The Shakespearean-style scheme? To get the other person to fall in love with them. In eight days.
Both are confident their attraction is only physical. Both are going to get into trouble. But who will win the bet on Midsummer night?
Dakota Brooks can't stop fantasizing about the man he desires most – his sexy and mysterious older stepbrother, Dalton. He never pursued Dalton for fear of what it would do to the huge extended family he has, but beneath the glow of the full moon, sparks begin to fly.
Dalton Summers can't trust himself around Dakota. He always thought his younger stepbrother was gorgeous and smart, the whole package, but he's strictly off-limits. He's always kept his distance to hide his feelings, but finally, fate intervenes at a family reunion.
When Dakota lands himself in trouble in the deep Maine woods, Dalton saves him and is forced to reveal what he truly is.
Indie Malone fly to a tropical island paradise at the far side of the world to let another man destroy her life.
No matter how freaking hot he looked in a swimsuit. She came for cocktails on the beach and her best friend to mop up the tears.
Damien Lothaire Beauregard Le-Comte is the island's registered bad boy. With an aristocratic billionaire father, Damn is an untamed wild man who can do anything he wants on the isolated island.
Alexxia is an unapologetic vampire who works hard and plays harder.
When Alexxia’s vacation rolls around, she’s got big plans for a sunny beach holiday on Planet Plai. Too bad her interstellar module has different plans. It breaks down on Earth, and she’s stranded without a blood source. Especially since boring old Earth is nothing like her home planet, where you can walk into a restaurant and order blood by the glass.
Earth vamps are totally shady about their drinking habits. It takes forever to find a vampire club, but Alexxia’s search leads her to Conrad—a guy unlike anyone she’s ever met. He’s thin and pale and broody and… actually kind of cool. But why are Earth’s vampires so secretive about craving blood? Why’s it so taboo? And why does doing something that’s considered wrong feel so knee-bucklingly, heart-palpitatingly right?
To save her brother from financial ruin, Piper Harland must do the one thing she swore she'd never do—return to the tiny island hometown where Ryan "West" Westlake crushed her heart. As a cop who's part of the elite New Zealand Police National Dive Squad, bringing the dead back to their families still doesn't stop the guilt she feels over her father's drowning death. Now nine years later she's obligated to return to a hostile community as the outsider, and forced to work with the man who was once her best friend and first lover.
West is an Island man, through and through. As owner of the local pub, he lives and breathes the local community, and sure as hell can't imagine living anywhere else. Maybe West wants Piper a little bit, maybe he can't resist the temptation to tease and touch her, but can he fall in love with such a flight risk?