How many girls can say their first kiss was with a prince in the British royal family? I was fourteen and he was sixteen, and yes, it was magical. But that kiss didn’t exactly change my life. To tell you the truth, I didn’t even think about it-or Nicky Windsor-for the next ten years…until fate, in the guise of my grandparents, brought us back together again.
When I made my deal with the devil, I thought I was on my way to my rock ’n’ roll dream. Too bad I didn’t read the fine print. Having it all meant giving up the only girl I knew I’d ever love. Five years later, I’m drumming in the hottest rock band in the country, but I live like a monk.Fate hands me an opportunity to reconnect with my perfect girl, giving me one glorious night with Clio Barnes. Our chemistry is off the charts. Too bad fate plays by her own rules. When Clio hears my bandmate’s idea of a joke, she believes I’ve used her, dissolved our love into a one-night stand, and she blows out of my life. When our tour ends, I’m determined to find her again, no matter how well she hides from me.
Gabriel Hill is a playboy with a secret. When the Hill brothers lost their parents to a murderous insurance grab, a teenage Gabriel was thrown into the position of sole breadwinner. Now Gabriel has everything — the clothes, the money, the reputation. Except the one thing he’s lusted over for ten years: revenge. The legacy of Elise Bettencourt’s parents hangs over her like a threat. When Gabriel walks into her bakery, he’s a man on a mission — first, to seduce Elise’s brains out. Second, to use her like the key she is to the secrets of his past.
I’m not the princess they think I am. I fell out of the sky and into a new world only to be attacked by a monster. The people here think I’m the daughter of the Nimali dragon king. When the king assigns me a healer, I learn the truth of this place. A war between shifter clans is raging. Bloody battles rage between the Nimali and the Fai. The healer hates me for who he thinks I am. He’s a Fai captive in this land. But a string pulls me to him whenever he’s near. Every touch. Every look. Every stolen moment. The Nimali have no tolerance for outsiders. If they find out I’m not their princess, they will kill me.
Dumped by her fiancé six weeks before her Valentine’s Day wedding, Ava goes on her honeymoon alone, hoping to mend her broken heart. But by visiting Verona, the City of Love, her life takes on a completely different direction, especially when she meets the mysterious and handsome Nico Cazale. Will her adventure give her the clarity she’s looking for or lead to more heartbreak?
Miss Frances Wharton is far more interested in fighting for the rights of the poor than in marriage, but her mother insists she attend a summer house party—and find herself a husband. Frances would rather wed a goat than the pompous man her mother has in mind, so in order to dissuade the would-be suitor, she vows to behave like a shrew. The only person she can be herself with is the kind, handsome footman she runs into at every turn. Their connection is undeniable, and the divide between them is no match for the passion they feel. But what will happen when Frances learns that the footman she adores is actually the earl she despises?
Fresh out of Vet school, I married Pierce Aldridge. Gorgeous, sexy, and smart. He’s a philanthropist with a heart of gold, or so I thought. But after a while he became distant, self-centered, and callous. The man I married disappeared before my eyes. Now I can either spend eighteen months with Pierce in his hometown playing the happy couple or I could avoid the ordeal entirely if I sign the divorce papers. The more time that passes, the more I realize that maybe I’ve been wrong. Maybe the man I married is still there. The man I still love. But is it too late?
I’m raising someone else’s kid. My sister’s daughter, and where I thought I’d never make it as a single father bachelor, I was wrong. This little girl has my heart. And only her. Until a stray dog happens upon my place and we’re forced to call a vet. And a beautiful woman showed up. I didn’t believe in fate. But it seems to believe in me. The beautiful woman who helped us out with the dog shows up again later on a blind date across the table from me. And I’m sold out for her before I realize what’s happening. Pulling back is my only hope for survival. Maybe this is the breaking point where I can walk away from the all-consuming passion of my new romance. Because I’m good with giving my time, my body, and all of my money. But to her? I’ve accidentally given all of me.
18-year-old Natalie has big ambitions but very little control over her situation. She’s trapped at an elite boarding school on a private island, where cell phones are forbidden, militant guards line the iron gates, and her practically prearranged boyfriend has eyes for another girl. Everything changes when a mysterious new student arrives named Henry Thorne. Henry is a “precog”—a hidden society of people who can see the future, and who are forbidden to reveal their powers. When Henry has a grisly vision of Natalie being murdered, he ultimately decides to save her and face the consequences. But the consequences of changing the future are more dangerous than Henry imagined…
Being stuck in the friend-zone sucked. I was done. Blake had been single long enough, and if I didn’t make a move, she’d get together with the wrong man again. Because the right one was me. Luck was definitely on my side. An online dating site paired us up. It was an opportunity to show her the side of me she didn’t know. The side who wasn’t interested in a fling with half the women in town. The side who wanted something serious and lasting. With her. I thought about confessing. Telling her that I was the guy she was sharing her secrets with. But keeping my online identity a secret meant she talked to me. Really talked to me. It was worth the risk. Blake was worth any risk.