My name is Sadie and my hidden talent is dating guys all wrong for me… Narcissists, cheaters, bad boys—you name it, I’ve dated it and walked away with my heart intact… for the most part. So, now I only date guys I can never fall for. Call me crazy. I call it single lady self preservation. Nothing can change my mind. Except maybe six feet of gorgeousness walking into my shop nearly making me drop my scissors and my panties. Makai Fleetwood is the worst kind of guy… because he could be the right guy with his kind brown eyes and killer smile. But he has rules too. No meaningless physical relationships. No hooking up. Just focusing on himself. It made sense… I swore off men right then and there. And every moment we spend together makes me regret my decision.
Baker Patricia O’Dare wants to buy the famous, but extremely haunted, Rosemoor Bed & Breakfast, and turn it into a luxurious teashop. Only one thing stands in her way, bad boy restaurateur Zach Franco who wants the building so he can expand his pizza empire. Add a pesky ghost that seems to dislike the idea of having its home turned into a restaurant and Banshee Creek’s first Valentine Day’s Ball, and things get dicey pretty fast. All’s fair in love and war, specially where the incorrigible Zach Franco is concerned, but as the fight over the Rosemoor heats up, Patricia fears that she may be winning the battle, but losing her chance at love.
He’s a Rocker. He’s a Biker. He’s the wedding planner.
Number-crunching Velma Johnson’s perfectly planned life is right on course.
That’s a lie. Sure, she’s got the lucrative job. She’s got the posh apartment. But her sister nabbed Velma’s Mr. Right. There has to be a man out there for Velma. Hopefully, one who’s hunky, wears pressed suits, and has a diversified financial portfolio. He’ll be exactly like, well… her sister’s new fiancé.
Badass biker Brek Montgomery blazes a trail across the country, managing Dimefront, one of the biggest rock bands of his generation. With the band on hiatus, Brek rolls into Denver to pay a quick visit to his family and friends. But when Brek’s sister suddenly gets put on bed rest, she convinces Brek to take over her wedding planning business for the duration of her pregnancy.
Staying in Denver and dealing with bridezillas was not what Brek had in mind when he passed through town, but there is one particular maid-of-honor who might make his stay worthwhile.
Velma finds herself strangely attracted to the man planning her sister’s wedding. Problem is, he ticks none of the boxes on her well-crafted list. Brek is rough around the edges, he cusses, and doesn’t even have a 401(k). But trying something crazy might get her out of the rut of her dating life–so long as she lays down boundaries up front and sticks to her plan…
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All is fair in love and texting …
When Aimee Tompkins loaded up her old catering van and pulled into Manhattan, she had her sights set on becoming one of the best (and most lucrative) caterers to ever serve crudités and creampuffs in the Big Apple. But after a year of leaving fliers all over town, she’s not only running out of money, she’s running low on hope. So when she lands a gig at a big architecture firm, Aimee’s certain her luck is about to change.
Noel Fitzwilliam is pitching the most important project of his life—the type of project architects dream of. Everything has to go right, so when he finds the new caterer naked in his office bathroom right before the meeting, he’s torn between being thrilled and being extremely irritated. He doesn’t have time for romance, no matter how incredible she looks without her clothes on.
A mix-up means Aimee is accidentally given his cell number instead of his assistant’s. So when she starts texting Noel about how much she hates him, he decides to have a little fun with her. The last thing he expects is for her to turn his world upside-down. But that’s exactly what happens as the pair start sharing their deepest secrets and their greatest fears, and Noel discovers he can share so much more via text than he can in person. But what will happen when she finds out who he really is?
It’s a case of opposites attract, even when they repel …
She’s a nude model, and her meaty vegetarian cowboy wants a private session.
Tall, blond, rugged Luke Morgan knows how to handle a herd. He’s everything a cowboy should be – but he still feels like the blond sheep in his family because he’s also a soulful artist with a penchant for veggie lasagna.
Twenty-five year old, blue-haired, buxom, beautician Maddie Richards just moved to Conway, Montana. She’s new to small town life, the gossip and the intimacy. Being open and letting people in isn’t what Maddie does best. On a body positive journey, she’s inspired to model nude for a local drawing class.
From the first minute he sees her, up on the podium, modeling, Luke can’t take his eyes off Maddie. Their attraction is magnetic, but Maddie has a secret that could ruin everything.
Her little dress and his big truck get off to a rocky start!
As far as Doctor Kat Tate is concerned, calling Gunnar West an arrogant caveman is an insult to Neanderthals. And all Gunnar can see when he picks Kat up is her too-tight prom dress, and a blinking sign above her head that reads “not the mother of my children.”
Their blind date is a disaster, and both are happy when it’s cut short. Then a dangerous virus forces Kat to lock down the little hospital—with Gunnar inside. Quarantined together, sparks fly between the pretty doctor and the cowboy.
In this clean romance, billionaire ranch owner Gunnar West rebels against being stuck anywhere, or with anyone. His family owns most of West Gorge, so he comes and goes as he pleases. But there’s a new sheriff in town. Kat is charged with fighting a deadly virus, and she won’t let Gunnar bend the rules in her hospital.
Forced to work together, anger turns to admiration—which turns to romance. But can it last when the quarantine is over?
Rules are made to be broken…
It’s Sarah’s 45th birthday, and her husband, Ben, jokingly says that she is stuck with him, because the chance of a woman her age finding a new man, is smaller than being attacked by a terrorist.
Sarah, who finds this statement both insulting and depressing, proposes a bet: they will separate for three months. During those three months, they will both be free to explore other sexual partners and prove to each other that they are still attractive to others. Together they set down the rules: they will tell no one, they will not date any of their mutual friends, and they most definitely will not fall in love. Thus begins “The Bet”.
The happy couple begin their exploration of love and commitment, sure they will succeed. But very soon, they discover that rules are made to be broken and a Pandora box once opened, cannot be closed.
Remington Marshall is the kind of gorgeous who turns a smoldering glance into foreplay. He was the man of my dreams. The love of my life. Until the day he broke my heart.
After Rem left town without saying goodbye, five years passed with no phone call, no visits, no explanations. Even worse—no apology.
But I never needed his sensual promises. Certainly didn’t miss his panty-twisting kisses. And I survived just fine without his wicked, washboard abs…
Until the day he came home.
Suddenly the sexiest mistake of my past careens back into my life. When his sister falls sick, the reclusive mountain man offers to take care of his two baby nieces…and he asks for my help.
Rem’s struggling to pay rent to Sesame Street, drinking Jack and fruit juice, and reading his chainsaw manual as a bedtime story. So, I offer to nanny for his adorable toddlers.
After all, two former lovers suffocating in repressed sexual tension can be professional, right?
One stolen kiss, and I’m falling for the hunk of lumberjack again. But I won’t let anyone yell Timber yet.
Rem won’t tell me why he broke my heart five years ago. And, without the truth, I can’t forgive the past.
But when a man doesn’t deserve a second chance…He’ll just steal her heart.
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