Kris fell, head over heels over hormones, for the damaged b*tch who became his power-woman sex-goddess wife. All Nicole wants is to be a better mother & a wife more worthy of her “perfect” husband, but she is constantly yanked away by her overbearing boss Darren Hart.
But Darren has marital problems of his own – and, when he confides in her, Nicole realises just how easily a happy marriage can crumble.
You can outrun a lot of things. The truth isn’t one of them.
Jenna Lewis has spent the last fourteen years lying about her past, but all that changes when a family emergency calls her back to the quaint town of Langley Park. Her plan is to get in and get out as quickly as possible, but things become complicated when she encounters her lost childhood love who is struggling with his own demons. While neither wants to admit their connection is still lightning-hot, the intensity of their attraction is too strong to deny. But not everything is as it seems. Unsettling events begin to occur, threatening not only Jenna’s second chance at love but her very life. Will she survive what lies ahead? Can her heart navigate The Road Home?
The Road Home is a sexy standalone romance in the Langley Park series.
Delilah is an eighth generation witch living in Los Angeles, she’s dealing with a heartbreaking betrayal the only way she knows how: magic. Then she meets Brandon, and her *forget* spells don’t work on him, at least not the way they should. What happens when Brandon realizes what Delilah is doing? And what will he do when he remembers?
Fed up with her self-imposed single life, successful event planner, Sara Archer, heads to a bar for a night of dancing…and bumps into Dylan Westcott, a high school crush she hasn’t seen in years. Harmless flirting leads to a hot, completely uncharacteristic one-night stand. But when she wakes up alone, Sara knows her life is too complicated for a relationship and there can’t be a repeat.
Dylan, a divorced, ex-military construction contractor, limits himself to casual flings—his failed marriage proves he’s better off alone anyway—but he can’t stop dreaming about Sara. And when his firm is hired to oversee the renovation project run by the Archer siblings, Dylan and Sara are unable to resist their explosive chemistry.
But when their secret affair grows beyond “friends with benefits” and neither is willing to admit they want more, family drama and emotional scars may ruin their chance at a love they believed was only in their dreams.
This is magical poetry that speaks straight to the heart. Spoken word poet Matt Gardner writes in the simple, beautiful style of traditional poets with the exciting devices and clarity of a performance poet. Life is truly a winding road.