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Lorena: I’ve been told that things heat up in Sunset Ridge the weekend of the annual rodeo. Moving to the country to live in my grandmother’s old house was an attempt to restart my life. I just wanted to live and work somewhere safe, and maybe find a way to sing in a country band someday. Cody’s striking eyes watching my every moment made me tingle, but then he was forced to break the ice and speak with me. It was hard enough to get over my nerves. Was I able to let this rugged, older man into my life completely? Cody: I’d worked with huge animals, rough men, extreme equipment in dangerous conditions - nothing ever rattled me. But one kiss from the girl I’d been obsessed with, and I felt like I’d been struck by lightning. (Read the full blurb on Amazon)
She had to marry a monster… Rumors had followed the chieftains of Clan Kilborn for centuries. Said to be descended from the Viking Berserkers, they were ferocious in battle, known for tearing off the heads of their enemies and drinking their blood. But English noblewoman Lydia Swann Williston would marry Kieran, Laird Kilborn, to bring peace to the Kilborn lands after the horror of Culloden and the brutal pacification. A widow, she also brought needed wealth to Clan Kilborn. For her part, eighteen-year-old Lydia wanted children. With her husband killed at Culloden, she would make a new life in the Highlands. The old chieftain of Clan Kilborn also died in battle, and she hoped that the new young Laird would lack his ancestors' ferocity. She was wrong.
Corby King’s skill on the ice was the only reason he ended up switching schools his senior year. He was being scouted by pro hockey teams, and his new foster dad thought Corby was the key to the Cougars winning a state championship. Cutting through red tape was easy when you had money to burn, but Corby didn’t complain. Playing for his rival team was a small price to pay for a better chance at a full-ride to college. What Corby didn’t expect was to meet someone he’d grow to love as much as hockey. Emmeline Cushing grew up in a different world than him, but Corby was determined to claim the shy girl who stole his heart.
Cole Was A Football Player That I Wanted To Be More Than Just Friends With. The name’s Sage Wilson. You might have heard of my father, David Wilson, the political king of this city. I had everything anyone could want, including a beautiful girlfriend. But I’m gay, and what a scandal it would have been for me to out myself. So I left home to escape the pressure, but there were some things I couldn’t escape, and I thought I was going to go mad. Cole changed all of that. At first we were friends, but quickly turned to lovers in my first gay romance. There was so much for me to learn about myself, about him, about, well, everything. How could we possibly keep our love a secret when it burned so fiercely?
Finally, a man who takes the time to truly listen to her timid whispers... When a girl is abandoned by her Master, she hopes to find a new Dom to care for her. Janson’s protective instincts instantly surge the second he spots her, taking her home to keep her safe. He’ll do his best to care for this precious girl, but it’s difficult to refuse the physical way she desires to communicate. He still has no idea what she truly needs, or how he can help her speak up for what she wants. The more he discovers, the more Janson sees that she’s the perfect sweet pet he’s always dreamed of.
Luella Campbell is having the weirdest day ever. Getting fired from her job at the sunscreen factory for no good reason is bad enough, but when a mysterious dog brings a tempest into her former workplace, Luella’s life is completely upended by the sudden gift of wild and windy magical powers. With the help of her ride-or-die best friends, her motorcycle-riding mother, and a romantic blast from the past, Luella must find a way to make ends meet while unlocking the mysteries of her newfound magic... and the secrets hidden in the picturesque town of Sparkle Beach. Sometimes, an empty nest means it’s your turn to fly.