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Breaking down in a nowhere town called Providence wasn’t part of the plan. The only break single mother, Amy Lawson, catches after losing her job and finding her boyfriend with another woman, is a broken-down car. Stranded and desperate, she finds herself at the mercy of a handsome, brooding mechanic. When he offers her help, she accepts, knowing too well the pain that comes from trusting others. Widower and grieving father, Ben Young, fixes cars and avoids people. He can’t stand to see the pity in their eyes. There’s something different in Amy’s eyes, though, and he’s driven to help her—for her little girl’s sake. But helping means caring, and that’s not something he’s capable of. Not anymore. Just when it looks like a relationship might be possible between Ben and Amy, she realizes her breaking down in this small town wasn’t an accident. She holds the key to what happened to Ben’s family. But will her quest for answers cost her everything?
Daily schedule: Wake up, Party, Crush on the roommate’s dad, and Repeat. I have one word for this messed up life of mine. Disaster. My best friend literally lives with me. And I drool over her dad right in front of her eyes. She trusts me too much to notice it. And I love him too much to stop. He adores my curves. He nurtures the crazy side of me. And now… Now he’s also put a baby in me. Guess who will have to toss her party schedule in the trash in less than nine months? The same girl who is about to lose her best friend and possibly the love of her life.
The curse of responsibility weighs heavily upon Ewan’s shoulders as the new Laird. And he will sacrifice everything, including his very life, to save them… Meg Lachlan never expected more from her simple life as a crofter’s daughter. Yet, when English deserters target the Clan MacLeod, the fair Meg falls into their villainous sights. As she searches for a way to protect her family and herself, the Laird’s son, Ewan MacLeod, intervenes at the most opportune time. The rakishly dark and handsome son of the Laird, Ewan is used to getting what he wants. When he chances upon Meg facing trouble in the woods, he acts without thought to save her. To protect Meg from the English marauders who’ve targeted her and Clan MacLeod, Ewan brings her to his family’s castle. It seems like a sound plan. There’s only one complication. His intense desire for Meg isn’t part of that plan. Ensconced in the keep with the soon-to-be new Laird, Meg’s desire for Ewan rises. And as much as she fights it, she longs to be in his arms and by his side. After the death of Ewan’s father, Ewan assumes his role as Laird and claims Meg for his own. The passion between them is undeniable. As their love for each other seems certain, accusations of witchcraft from a jealous suitor and deception from within their own clan threaten their happiness. Yet, even with danger at every turn, Meg and Ewan’s bond seems unbreakable. Until Meg goes missing… When a grim betrayal hits too close to home, it all seems hopeless. Meg and Ewan’s love and the fate of the entire clan is in peril. And Ewan will do anything to save them. Only with Meg’s help, Ewan might find a way to save them all.
If it wasn’t for bad luck, I wouldn’t have any luck at all. That saying is as old as the hills in Tennessee, where I used to live. And it’s definitely true. I’m a bad luck magnet, at least when it comes to men. Moving to Stone Lake was supposed to be a fresh start. Here, I was going to build a life I could be proud of. Finally put down roots and live quietly. Be safe and happy. It didn’t quite work out that way, but I’m stubborn and I’m not about to give up. Ben Kingston was the first man to handle me with care. He gave me a glimpse of something I desperately wanted. And then, tore it away from me with the carelessness of one whispered word. I don’t need a man to complete me. In fact, I’ve had enough of them. I’m okay with being single the rest of my life. I’ll be just fine with my handy friend B.O.B. Except Ben keeps coming around, tempting me and a girl can only take so much. Ben’s out to prove I can trust him. I don’t trust any man, not anymore. But my resolve weakens when he touches me, slides his hand down and proves buying stock in batteries might not be a good life plan.
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Running a dating agency can be a killer…. Shelley Linley is sick of sickos. Yet another prankster has applied to her dating agency. This one says he’s a vampire, and he wants Shelley to help him find a wife. Meeting him for a second interview against all her better judgement, Shelley discovers that he has no clue about women. A shame because he’s super hot, amusing, and has a lot of single friends he could recommend her struggling business to, even if he does say they’re werewolves and demons. She has to help him, even if he’s crazy. If she can ignore his delusions, she’s sure she can help him meet someone. But when death threats start arriving on her doorstep, Shelley’s not sure she’s cut out for the job…then her dating algorithm states she’s his ideal partner. Now she’s not sure if she should take the risk for love, or run like hell.
Over a shaky breath I tell myself one more time: I’m Marcela Santiago, I’m nothing but resilient. I’m Miss Always With a Plan, but since losing my job and becoming undocumented, my life turned into one disaster after another. Life is chaos. Frankly, I got used to it. Until him. Thad J Jones barrels himself into my life like he has the right. Suddenly he’s everywhere. A musician, a flirt and a dream in a tight black t-shirt. He’s everything good girl Marcela should avoid. But he’s offering me an out. He proposes to me when we both know becoming Mrs. Jones is the only way out of this mess. I should say no. It’s a felony, and he’s too good-looking to resist. God, if I ever fall in love, I hope it’s not with my husband.