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I need this internship to help pay for law school. I’m lucky my friend convinced her dad to hire me. He’s intimidating, sexy and grouchy as hell that he agreed to help out some sorority girl. We try to resist, but our chemistry is just too much. Con and I spend a scorching night together. My bestie can never know I’ve fallen into bed with her dad, That I’ve fallen in love with him. His vindictive ex tells his daughter about us. My bff hates me. Con and I can never be together now. I leave LA for good, go back to my small hometown, With a broken heart and a huge secret. Once so sure about my future, now I have no idea what I’m going to do. One morning I come down to breakfast to find him sitting at my mom’s table, Might I actually get my happily ever after?
Carly Bishop loved Christmas…until tragedy struck. Carly Bishop doesn’t want to come home for Christmas. Hood Hamlet is filled with nothing but heartbreaking reminders of the fiancé and brother she lost six years ago. But her family needs her, so Carly must dig deep to unearth her Christmas spirit so she can give her niece and nephew the best holiday ever. Mountain rescuer Jake Porter believes he could have saved his two friends that fateful day and kept the Bishop family from experiencing such a heart-wrenching loss. He hopes helping Carly rediscover the magic of Christmas will allow him to finally move forward with his life, but he’s not certain anything can relieve the guilt that’s kept him stuck all these years. As Jake and Carly spend more time together, attraction grows, but toe-curling mistletoe kisses aside, his late best friend would never think Jake is good enough for his little sister. But maybe he can open her heart to something else she’s given up on…love.
My stepbrother hates me. That’s fine, because I hate him too. I hate his crooked smile and the way he looks at me, like he’s a sugar addict and I’m the last cupcake on earth. I hate that he makes me feel like I’m more than that lost little girl whose mom didn’t want her, then leaves and doesn’t come home again for days. And I really, really hate that he flirts with other girls. A lot of other girls. But it’s fine. Really, it is. Soon, he’ll be leaving to attend university on the other side of the world, and I’ll only have to see him on holidays and at the rare family get-together. It’ll all be just fine. As long as I don’t fall in love with him.
NEVER get knocked up by your older brother’s bad boy best friend. Even worse, he’s also my rich grumpy boss. It all started when he came to my rescue and pretended to be my boyfriend in front of my ex. But the sparks that flew when he had his strong, protective arms wrapped around me felt all too real. Three days later, I’m starting my new dream job and he is introduced as my boss. The pull between us is undeniable, but completely off-limits. But he doesn’t care… He’s made it clear that claiming me as his own is his top priority. The stakes are high – my brother would be furious if he knew. And we could both lose our jobs. Things are really messy, but they just got even messier… I’m pregnant.
Lennox: If I focus on his six-pack abs and crazy sexy crooked grin, I, Lennox Ashby, can get past the fact that I’m about to let Tripp McCain, the last man I’d ever want to be stranded on an island with, move into my apartment. Aside from seeing Tripp on campus, I do everything in my power to avoid situations with him. We butt heads. A lot. In fact, the only thing we agree on is how we can’t stand each other. But now … we need each other. How bad can this get? Tripp: Stubborn. Predictable. Boring. That’s Lennox Ashby. No one gets under my skin more. If she didn’t have a banging body and a smile that makes me forget why I dislike her, I’d never put up with her, let alone share a bathroom. If you thought your life was bad, try moving in with your best enemy.