Twenty-one-year-old Clarice Parker is in love with Gus Smith since she was a teenager. He’s her favorite Rock Star. When she applied to an internship for the Famous magazine, she didn’t expect her first task to be to interview the man of her dreams. She thought she had no chance of ever having him. Men like him could sleep with anyone and he wouldn’t pick her, or so she thought.
Gus Smith is a worldwide famous singer. He could have any woman on the planet, but he chose Clarice Parker. The only thing in the way is her job, but Gus isn’t the kind of guy who takes no for an answer. He’ll do anything in his power to seduce her, make her his. His quest is not a matter of if but when she’ll give in.
It was the hottest night of sex he’d ever had. Jeremy Friessen had heard the whispers that he was just like his father, with his looks, his bad ass attitude, and arrogance, and he’d never forget the night he’d spent with his best friends sister until she up and left, one day just three years ago.
But now she’s back, he’d caught a glimpse of her at the traffic light again at the store and when her eyes connected with his, she pretended as if she didn’t know him, and that made him angry until he realized she couldn’t hide her reaction to him.
But what Jeremy doesn’t know is why she left, whatever her secret is–whatever her reason was for disappearing, Jeremy is determined to find out everything, and when he does he may wish he’d never found her.
I accidentally married the BIGGEST bad boy in pro football…
I was born into the high life: private schools, finishing classes – groomed to look pretty hanging on a rich man’s arm.
That is, until I walk in on my fiancé f*cking his secretary across his desk.
Now I’m a princess on the run, and escape from the life I never wanted steers me right into the last man I’d ever call a prince charming.
Austin Taylor is the crude, arrogant pro quarterback with cocky cowboy smile and the notorious tabloid record longer than his- well…
A princess like me should have nothing to do with a beast of a man like that, except Austin Taylor has an offer I may not be able to refuse.
Half a million dollars to be his trophy wife.
It’s fake, of course – all a show for the cameras and the press to rehab his bad boy reputation.
Fake, that is, until we wake up actually married in Vegas.
Now I’m really married to the most notorious, most possessive, most gorgeous man in pro football. The man with the glint in his eyes that gets me hot in places it shouldn’t. The man who’s dirty, filthy words have me melting for him.
There’s a reason I hate Oliver Beckett: he’s a huge, massive prick.
London’s hottest new bad boy chef is a panty-dropper. He burns his way through party girls’ bedrooms as fast as he blazes around his military-precision kitchen.
He’s a face from my past I never thought I’d see again. The tattooed smooth-talking British exchange student from five years past. The one who brought me in like a moth to flame for one night of firsts… before he left me behind forever.
The one who almost had my v-card.
Except he’s not in my past anymore. Now I’m stepping off a plane in London to start my new job in his kitchen. London, where we’re moving because my mother is marrying his father.
Yeah, not just my boss. That smug, arrogant jerk is about to be my stepbrother.
He might be all grown up now – gorgeous and demanding and wildly successful. But what happens when the man who never hears no comes up against the one woman who won’t take his bullsh*t? The one that won’t submit.
My shrink says it’s not my fault, but he’s wrong. I didn’t kill my best friend, but I might as well have. I cancelled my plans with her… for a boy! She died. I didn’t. The end.
Or so I wished.
Julie was ready for college, her career path firmly in place. She had a loving family and the most wonderful of friends. Everything was perfect until the day it wasn’t. She relives that day again and again.
Guilt is a life sentence. Shame the cell walls. Isolation the bread and water we force upon ourselves. When Julie takes a timid step from her self-imposed prison, she has a moment of hope, then tragedy attempts to strike once again.
This time… maybe… Julia can save them all.
A deep and emotional coming of age story by Anastasia Green.