Cy Morgan has had her share of love and lost, first with losing her parents as a child, then as an adult losing her grandfather. Unprepared for the life before her, she fell hard and fast for sexy Marco, a baseball player submitting to a one-night stand. She survived the tears pushing thoughts of him aside, only for their paths to cross once more. Cy opened her heart up to the man only to be let down. Now she has found herself ready to find a nice guy and she does in hot doctor Scott, with his good heart and head-over-heels instant attraction to Cy. Just when Cy is ready to put away her past and all thoughts of Marco away he knocks on the her door, but what is her heart truly saying? A sexy, hot, steamy romance where our girl is torn between a sexy bad guy, and a hot good guy. Oh whatever is a girl to do with so many choices?
One Hot Life; Falling in Love Until I Get It Right is a compilation of novellas One Hot Night and One Wet Night. This is the complete story with a true happily ever after. A standalone 80,000 words novel.
Our girl Cy is determined to get it right and she does. So take a ride, and fall in love.
Their hearts were in harmony… until the music faded away.
Since childhood, our relationship grew from a single note to a full symphony. Two years ago, when I needed him most, he went radio silent. Starting over and rearranging the lyrics with someone new just hasn’t been the same. Beckett has my trust and friendship, but not what he wants the most: my heart. I have a second chance at love, if only my heart can change its tune. But before it can, that old song resurfaces…
Falling in love with my best friend was wonderful. Until I lost her as I chased my dreams. My dreams have become my reality, and I have it all, except the one thing I want: Izzy. Every song I perform is a reminder of what she inspired. Without her, the music that used to flow freely has died. If I can convince her to be my song, my heaven, my everything once more, then maybe I won’t feel so lost. But her heart is singing a new tune, and I may be too late.
Can Dawson make Izzy see the classic anthem was better than a one hit wonder?
Beth Lanham is a wild child. Aggressive, outlandish , and forward, she tackles life head on – that is, until a sexy bronco rider throws her for a loop. The moment she meets Scott, she is out to knock his socks off , but instead nearly knocks him out. One heated kiss has him falling head over heels (literally) straight into the arena.
Scott McDaniels had never seen anyone so full of life and vitality as Beth was. Kissing her was like holding a live wire in his arms. When they touched, sparks flew! Which is why when he’d asked her out, he was shocked that she had ditched him. He was so close to realizing his goals, that maybe being stood up by her was both a blessing and a curse?
Beth had judged her cowboy based on looks alone , but found that he had so much more to give- if only she’d have bothered to look. Scott finds that behind Beth’s outrageous facade is actually a scared young woman. Could it be that both of them were hiding behind masks of their own making? And that perhaps they were a perfect match after all?
“I remember him walking away that night, and the ring he left behind.” Lex Linton asked Anne to marry him eight years ago and she hasn’t seen or heard from him since. She has given up all hope of ever being reunited with her lost love, when she receives an invitation from Linton Enterprises for an all expense paid vacation at Enigma, the resort for puzzle lovers everywhere. Unable to resist a challenge, she accepts. Lex is back, and more erotic than ever. But has the billionaire truly changed? Is a second chance in order? And can Anne resist his newfound sexiness, or will she drown in her desire?
Everyone should have a childhood worth remembering. Only I remember mine for all the wrong reasons. Starting over in a new town is hard enough. When you are running from your past, it doesn’t get any easier.
I was ready to say goodbye to the burdens I have carried. The pain I’ve experienced is more than anyone should have to face.
Then I met him…
He takes my breath away. I can’t ignore the way he makes me feel. I know he has the power to destroy me.
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.
Willow Haven’s content. Okay, that’s a lie, but she has been trying her damndest. Trouble is, it never sticks. Second oldest in a family her town was named after, she’s always felt the pressure. From the townspeople, from her sisters, but most of all from her daddy—the original Good Old Boy and Havenbrook’s reigning mayor. The only time she didn’t feel that stress had been those blissful months spent in the arms of the resident bad boy. The same one who broke her heart beyond repair when he left without a word.
Life hasn’t come easy for Finn Thomas. He’s had to claw and fight for everything he’s ever had—and truth be told, it hasn’t been much. He spent the first eighteen years of his life living so far from the wrong side of the tracks, he couldn’t even see them through his trailer window. The only thing that ever came easy for him and made his sorry ass happy was the one girl he loved with all his heart. And the one thing he had no choice but to leave behind.
When an opportunity arises to return to his tiny, southern hometown and open the first bar in a formerly dry county, he jumps at the chance. That won’t win him points with the mayor, who’s hell bent on making Finn’s life a nightmare for sullying his namesake. But too bad for Mayor Haven, Finn’s got his sights set on more than just the town, and this time he won’t be scared off quite so easily.
A hot cop and a sweet baker get a second chance at love in this small town romance.
Seventeen years after Shay Michaels said goodbye to summers in Red Maple Falls and the only boy she ever truly loved, she’s back and the proud owner of Sweet Dreams Bakery. Life is good until someone breaks into her shop,making her question if the life she left behind in New York followed her.
As the local sheriff, Matt is keeping a close eye on the place and an even closer eye on the beautiful owner who refuses to take the break in seriously. Two conflicting personalities that burn bright on their own become down right explosive when thrown together. But in order to move toward a future together, they will have to let go of their past and accept the mistakes they made.
Before they can have a second chance, they have to live through their first love… and heartbreak.
We shouldn’t have taken the risk. We should’ve stayed just friends. Best friends. But only friends. But our hearts were foolish. I’d loved him forever. So, three years ago when he offered what I always longed for, I grabbed it with both hands. But I couldn’t hold on tight enough. The beauty of love blinded me. I didn’t see it coming. Didn’t expect to lose everything. My friend. My heart. My art. My privacy. All of them casualties of love lost.
Every beat of my heart sang her name. She was my muse. Without her, there’d be no music. I was riding the high of fame and fortune. I had it all—status, money, her. Until the thing I’d always wanted cost me the thing I’d always needed. Love’s song drowned out all the warnings. Now she was gone. So was the music. So was my will. I was left with only silence.
What happens when two hearts sharing one beat fall out of sync?
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.
When you are invited to Romokai, you are taken from your old life, symbolically and physically. Your clothing, technology, and means of communication are removed before you go on the adventure. You are cut away from who you were. Once you are Cut, we begin to rebuild you, bit by bit.
Turning forty, for Lannie Marvin, is rough. It’s the day she discovers her husband is leaving her for a younger “soulmate.” At work, a crazed mouse being treated with an experimental drug brutally bites her. Then, Lannie goes a little crazy, too.
Seems she’s recently developed a serious crush on the drummer of her son’s favorite heavy metal band. Waking up to her husband’s empty closet, her finger still throbbing from the mouse bite, Lannie snaps. Under the ruse of a shopping trip, Lannie kidnaps her sister-in-law/best friend, and heads toward Bethel, New York – the site of the original Woodstock concert.
Just so happens Dreamwish is playing a concert there, and Lannie managed to procure the pair of tickets her son won but couldn’t use.
Tristan Allard, the band’s drummer, holds this benefit every year in memory of his wife, whom he lost to breast cancer. The musician is beginning to doubt his ability to write the band’s music without his wife’s inspiration – she was also his muse. Plus, he’s damn lonely. So when a sexually charged, extremely attractive, slightly older woman literally plows into him at the backstage reception, Tristan is ready to learn more about her – and her long-buried interest in musical composition.
The two head off for a wild ride of a weekend, but reality boomerangs around way too soon. Tristan is headed to the UK to audition his next album’s scores. And an elevated libido isn’t the only side-effect of that experimental drug.