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Badass. Kickass. Sometimes just ass. All words that define former SEAL, Archer Ford. Former because an error he made sent his friend and teammate home to his pregnant wife in a body bag. Lily Scott doesn’t know her best friend’s estranged brother. He’s always been a mystery to her. But when her best friend disappears, she has no choice but to call Archer for help. Archer can barely trust his instincts let alone his desire for the beautiful, curvy woman he finds in his brother’s bed. She assures him they’re just friends, but he doesn’t know how anyone could resist her. Archer definitely isn’t strong enough. The rest of his team shows up to help search for Archer’s brother and everyone becomes a suspect, including Lily. Trust is questioned and broken. And freedom is guaranteed to no one.
It’s terrifying enough modeling for an art class in the city. Then my professor walks in. I’ve wanted my art professor since the day I met him. He’s so calm, so assured, so stern. But he’s only ever been distant. Polite and professional. That all changes the minute I drop my white robe. We shouldn’t be here. He shouldn’t see me like this. But I don’t turn back. And neither does he.
Mistaken identity, drunk texts, and hysterical mishaps… just another day in my life. Girls all over the world spill the tea to me about their most intimate questions. They thank me for talking about sex with them. For fixing their love lives. I wonder if I’d still be a relationship influencer if they knew what a train wreck my own love life is? If I was writing anyone else advice, it would say things like: Never drunk-text your ex-boyfriend. No, seriously, that’s a terrible idea. But if you insist, maybe double-check the number first. Oops. But I guess I give good…text, because the stranger I messaged wrote back. And I responded. He doesn’t have to put up with my colorful personality—as my hot next-door neighbor describes me. Or my messy schedule. This relationship is as seemingly perfect as my online persona. Until we agree to meet up. When he meets the real me, will he hate me forever? Or will we be one day telling our grandkids about that wrong text, right love?
Stranded in time, she finds herself bonded to a handsome highlander… After traveling to Scotland for a solo artist’s retreat, Fiona Stewart finds herself mysteriously transported to the fourteenth century. But as she attempts to get back to her own time, complications ensue when she meets a handsome highlander who sets her heart aflame… Forced into an engagement with the daughter of a rival clan leader, Eadan Macleay struggles to fulfill his promise to his dying father. When he comes across a strange lass claiming to be from the future, he strikes a deal with her. If she poses as his bride to end his betrothal, he will help her return to her own time. Amid their growing attraction and increasing danger from the rival clan, Eadan and Fiona must choose between love, duty, and the hands of fate…
He thinks his hands aren’t fit to touch her, but he can’t stay away. It’s been a month since Luka saved Maya from an illegal virginity auction. She’s finally out of recovery and ready to thank the handsome man she’s been dreaming about since that day. There’s only one problem: Luka refuses to accept her gratitude. Luka fell in love with Maya the moment he laid eyes on her. But hell if he’s going to do anything about it. She’s way too pure and perfect for a brute like him. So, to make himself feel better, he’ll do everything he can to keep her safe, including taking down the man who nearly broke her spirit. Then, he plans to stay the hell away from her for good. Luka’s vow is seriously tested when this little spitfire of a woman refuses to take no for an answer. She’s convinced that they’re meant to be. Could she be right? Or will Luka finally convince her that he’s the bad guy after all.
Oliver might only get one summer, but he’s determined to make it memorable. Frida left her hometown a year ago. When she suddenly finds herself without a place to stay for the summer, she is forced to go back. A stubborn, foolish part of her wants to show them that she can’t be broken. She’ll hold on to her anger, push the nostalgia away even if the scent of seawater and beach-roses is making it difficult. Ever since Frida left, Oliver’s life has been a little lonelier and a little greyer, despite him staying busy to distract himself. When he realises that Frida, his favourite human, the one person who was always up for his shenanigans is coming home, he knows he has to make it right. She’s hurting, and so much is left unsaid. Frida is afraid to trust. Oliver can’t let go of his guilt. Neither of them is prepared for how everything can feel the same and yet so, so different.