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I thought I was helping a damsel in distress with car trouble. Instead, I fell for an angel. Natalie’s unexpected stop in Mackton changed my life. She was the gorgeous, seductive girl I’d always dreamed of. It was impossible not to obsess over her sexy energy, her sweetness. I need her to settle down and decide to live here permanently. Even if she’s afraid to make such a serious decision so quickly. Even if her domineering father has other ideas. I’ll have to be the man who deserves such an angel to convince her.
River probably didn’t even remember who I was. But I couldn’t ever forget about him. He was branded in my soul. At almost six feet tall, 250 pounds, and thirty-five years old, fashion designer Samantha Quinn should be (in theory) on top of the world. While she battles with Lupus, a creative rut has taken hold of her life and enabled her to design. When she decides to go back home and stumbles into the sights of Christopher Samuel Walker. Her childhood crush and brother’s best friend. But he is no longer the boy that she used to obsess over. He changed his name to River Ellis, moved to New York, and became one of the most popular rockstars of this decade. As the world crumbles around them, will their love be enough?
Two men love her. But only one truly knows her. College Junior Giada Conti wants nothing more than to pursue a normal life fueled by her own choices. Unfortunately, she doesn’t realize her father’s business isn’t completely lawful, or how that fact will completely dictate her future. Pre-law student Adrian Patras is certain Giada is the perfect woman for him, until he meets her family and grasps the extent of his girlfriend’s naivete. As Adrian finds himself unwillingly pulled into the family business, Giada grows frustrated with his insinuations about her father. Meanwhile, Giada’s ex, the notorious Luca Marino, pops back into her life with his own criminal agenda that includes winning her back.
If you had a second chance with your childhood crush, would you throw caution to the wind and try again…or take a step back and forget about your brother’s best friend? Ari: When your good friend asks you to be the ambassador for her new food truck, what do you do? You say yes! At least that’s what I did––and then I found out my co-worker is my high school crush who is also my older brother’s best friend. Never mind the kiss we shared years ago…we’re in an enclosed space and there’s nowhere to go. Carter: Moving back to Lake Lorelei, I hoped Ari was still around. I’ve known her forever as my best friend’s little sister, but she’s always intrigued me. I even had a crush on her in high school and we kissed once, but we were young and her brother didn’t want me anywhere near her. Now, we’re in a food truck together and it’s just like old times…
The only thing more dangerous than the Wildness is the dark fae lord that controls it. Too bad by the time Aurra learns this, it’s already too late. Abused, mistreated, and neglected by the human parents who kept her true nature a secret, no one is more surprised than Aurra when the fae show up on her doorstep to sweep her away to a new life. Shiel, Zev, and Finch—three golden-haired warriors from the Western Court. They swear to protect Aurra at all costs, to carry her to safety where she can learn what it is to be fae. More than just any fae, however. They say she’s the true heir to the kingdom, a changeling switched at birth to protect her from the fae lords who would want to control her and the humans who would want to harm her. They warn her of the sweeping Wildness, the vast fae forests ruled by a lord perverted by a glamour so powerful that no one dares contend with him. Icarus—Lord of the Wildness. The Dark Fae of the Forest. There’s a problem with their warning, however. That dark fae lord, that winged creature of terrible beauty, already knows Aurra … intimately. Only one thing is certain in Aurra’s new world. No one is to be trusted, not even herself.