With a life in shambles, and left with no alternative, Viola Swanson must return to the place that she doesn't want to go and see the last person she positively does not want to see.
Yet, when she comes face to face with Drake Millar all of her secret feelings come rushing back, uncovering a deep broody desire that she can barely admit to herself. But Drake is not alone; he has another taking up space in his heart, or so it seems.
Viola, however, is presented with an opportunity which she cannot refuse, that could solve all of her problems, help get her life back on track and give her a purpose she so desperately needs.
But there’s a catch. Taking the job means spending more torturous time with Drake.
The one person she can never have.
Carson Warner had never met a woman who could resist him; Francesca Mansfield had never met a man she couldn't resist.
Billionaire playboy and fox shifter, Carson Warner, just needs to acquire one more piece of property to complete his river front territory.
It's taken months to convince Frankie "the Man" to meet with him in person to discuss his offer. But when a glamorous blonde woman approached him at the rendezvous point, he's disgusted that Frankie didn't show in person.
When it turns out that the crow Carson has to eat tastes like Francesca's lips, they begin a love affair that will take them both into new territory.
Carson learns that the scent of his mate can overpower even a fox's competitive need for control while Francesca's discovery of the shifter community leads her down a dark path that threatens to destroy her and her true mate forever.
The Twin River pack anxiously awaits the first full moon since Lia’s arrival.
Kane and Ronan clash as they both seek to claim their mate. Lia doesn’t know what to expect when Delirium descends, but she does know one thing: There’s only one way for her to join the pack.
First she must be Bitten. Then she must survive.
This is the second part of an ongoing story. Not a standalone. Cliffhangers abound.
The universe hates me, I swear. I have a date tonight. I'm finally going to meet AJ, the guy I've been talking to over the Internet for the past few months, and I just know my jerk of a stepbrother, Andrew, is lurking around the corner somewhere, waiting to dump another load of filing on me and keep me late at work.
Andrew gets his kicks by picking on me. He knows because of the agreement I have with his father I won't stand up for myself. But if Andrew messes this up for me, I swear this time I'm going to get him back. Because while AJ is the man of my dreams and everything I've ever wanted, I don't think he'll hang around the restaurant if he believes I've stood him up.
FML. I think I hear Andrew coming.... Why do you do this to me, universe, why? AJ isn't answering his phone, I can't get ahold of him. My life can't possibly get any worse than this....
Although Elsa knows that Roderick, the lord's heir, is pursuing her only for her generous breasts, she can't help but respond to his bright eyes and broad shoulders. But it's not only her heart that's affected: the women of her family begin producing milk as soon as they become intimate with a man.
Elsa can guard against physical intimacy, but Roderick's very presence stimulates her inherited trait. Worse, she finds herself falling in love with the young lord, a man far above her station. As her master, he can use her ability to lactate for whatever purpose he chooses - unless she can somehow keep her ability secret.
Scott's a scholar. A historical researcher. He came to the Historic Sound, not for the tourist-trap demonstrations, but to finish a project in the archives.
But he's got a problem: Hiram, a blacksmith - or a man performing as one. His accent may not be real, but he knows how to heat up metal and bend it to his desires. And he's heating up Scott as well.
When the pressure gets too hot, will Scott be able to reach out - and will Hiram take him? Or will they both be left apart?
Left behind by a man who refuses to admit he's gay, Jacob's ready to move on. He embarks on a camping retreat in the remote mountains of Montana, hoping that he'll find a sign of how to get his life back on track. So what if he doesn't know the first thing about survival in the wilderness?
Mason is the alpha of his pack- bigger, stronger, and fiercer than all the other wolves combined. When Jacob steps into his shop, he catches the scent he's been waiting for too long- that of his mate. His wolf knows this is who he wants to bond with, even if he can't understand why it would be to a human male. Spurred on by his instinct to protect, Mason heads out into the woods after Jacob, where packs are roaming for a little omega to take for themselves...
Staying away from temptation isn’t easy, and keeping it secret can take its toll…
Cassie never expected to fall for her billionaire stepbrother.
Curvy Cassie is tempted by Daniel—a self-made tech billionaire. Only problem is, he's the annoying, teasing guy she grew up.
Daniel can have whatever he wants—including any woman he wants. However, it’s sweet Cassie he's tempted by and she’s supposed to be off-limits.
But how far is Daniel willing to go to keep his tech empire afloat, and how much is Cassie willing to trust him?
When Grace said she'd help her dad out by working with him at the vet clinic the summer between college and vet school, she did not expect her very first day to involve a sexy, shirtless cowboy, a misunderstanding of embarrassing proportions, or her arm shoulder-deep inside a birthing mare.
Newly single and never one to jump in blindly with both feet, her summer kicks off to a very heated start when she finds herself jumping out of the frying pan that is Adam, and into the fire of his twin brother, Scott.
Will the heat of this Texas summer melt her with desire or burn her to ashes when both billionaire, cowboy brothers set their sights on roping Grace in between them?
"My Stepbrother Rocks and I'm His Biggest Fan."
Morgan has listened to her stepbrother, Alex, perfect his vocals below her with his garage band for years. During that time she's perfected her art of writing lyrics to his melodies. All the while, creating a deep burning passion for him that she only shared with her diary.
Until one day, she catches Alex reading it, her thoughts, her lust, her love. It was exactly what Alex needed. His own feelings unleashed, confirmed, reciprocated so easily, it was a perfect love connection, only at the wrong time. Their love is put to the test as Alex leaves on tour and Morgan is sent away to boarding school.
Will their love endure the distance or fade with the music?