Megan McLean had never seen a man like Jake Lockwood before. Everything about the tall, dark Aussie stranger screamed danger from his chestnut hair streaked by the sun to his powerful shoulders and the wickedly sensual grin that made her bones melt. He was her dark knight in shining armor, the renegade lover of her deepest fantasies, and he wanted only her. His dreams were as wild and unbridled as his lovemaking, and every bit as seductive. "One day we'll sail around the world," he promised her, just the two of them, naked beneath a blanket of stars.
She was his anchor. He was her home. Gracie Taylor fell in love with Noah Chase on the first day of kindergarten. Gracie was the girl from the wrong side of town. Noah was the town's golden boy. Their families had been at loggerheads since the death of Gracie's mother years ago and as they grew up, they had to risk everything to be together.
"had some good points"
Everyone in town knew Caroline and Charlie just weren't meant for each other. But nobody had figured on Caroline and Charlie getting locked in a storage vault with an automatic timer set for the next morning ...and Caroline and Charlie definitely hadn't figured on the little surprise they got a few months later when they discovered there was a baby on the way!
Can you keep a secret? Growing up in Sugar Maple, Vermont, knit shop owner and sorceress-in-training Chloe Hobbs learned to keep a secret before she learned to tie her shoes. When your town is home to werewolves, vampires, trolls, sprites, and everything else the real world is told doesn't exist, you learn quickly how to hide in plain sight. And now she's keeping the happiest secret of her life: she and 100% human chief of police Luke MacKenzie are going to have a baby.
When her ex-husband Zane Grey Rutledge showed up at her door with a Revolutionary War uniform that was part of his grandmother's estate, neither one suspected that their lives were about to change in ways they couldn't possibly imagine.
The first time they met, his dog trashed her car. The second time they met, she set fire to her bathroom. The third time they met, they fell in love. Annie Galloway isn't looking to fall in love again. Sam Butler doesn't want a home and family of his own. Too bad fate has other plans.
Shannon Whitney didn't believe she had a future until Andrew McVie crash-lands his time-traveling hot air balloon in her backyard one summer afternoon, changing her life forever. He is a Revolutionary War patriot. She is an independent modern woman. Their paths should never have crossed, but apparently fate has other plans...
"Better than the first.."
It's not every day a woman goes traveling through time. Dakota Wylie is a wisecracking, unemployed, overweight psychic librarian from Princeton.Patrick Devane is an angry, hard-headed spy with a six-year-old daughter who hears voices. The only thing they have in common is New Jersey. But when Dakota leaps from the basket of a hot air balloon to help his crying child, little does she know that she's leaping into history...and love.
"Worse narration..If that's possible.."
Ellen and Hall had been good friends and co-workers before last night, and there was no reason to think their friendship couldn't survive a night of passion... After one thousand six hundred and eighty-five mornings of waking up alone, Ellen found herself in bed with the one man who could break her heart and not even the Goddess of the Morning After could rewind the tape back to last night before they made their fatal mistake.
"Steamy Cover, almost wholesome story!"
Single mother Samantha Dean doesn't have time for Christmas. Or romance, for that matter. She is weeks away from opening her own catering business, the most important part of her plan to provide her certified genius daughter Patty with all the wonderful things she deserves. Except Patty doesn't want to go to a fancy boarding school. She wants a father and when she meets bartender Murphy O'Rourke at her fourth grade Career Day presentation, she knows she's met the man of her mother's dreams!
"A redo for next Christmas"
It's June 1943. From New York to California, families gather to send their sons and husbands, friends and lovers off to war. The attack on Pearl Harbor seems a long time ago as America begins to understand that their boys won't be home any time soon.
They were the daughters of music legends, the unforgettable Mark and Mimi Doyle, whose love story had been played out in the pages of Rolling Stone complete with quotes from Dylan and Baez. Folk rock’s forever couple. Who would have guessed forever would end one cold winter morning when Mark walked out the door and never came back. Now it’s thirty years later and his baby daughters are grown women with complicated lives - and loves - of their own.
With PAX, the password is danger. Falling in love was easy…staying alive? That's a whole other story…Ryder is an undercover operative for PAX, a worldwide antiterrorist agency that flies beneath the radar. Joanna is a Hollywood makeup artist whose magic turns fantasy into reality on a daily basis. He's a spy looking to come in from the cold. She's a woman who's never had a real home. Sizzling passion…heart-stopping danger…the ultimate choice…
"Taking care of business"
When the pain first hit, she ignored it and continued racing across the parking lot toward the food court. But within moments she realized something was terribly wrong as her wobbly legs gave out and she dropped to the ground. The last thing she remembered as she started to fade away was the guy in the Grateful Dead T-shirt who held her in his arms and promised he'd never let her go.
Kate O'Callaghan was the girl next door. Tony Marino was the boy who wanted to see the world. She yearned for a home with a white picket fence. He wanted to live out of a backpack and never wake up in the same place twice. Their teenage marriage didn't stand a chance. But now, eight years after they said goodbye, Kate and Tony are back home in Rocky Hill, New Jersey, for a family celebration when they discover that the sparks between them burn hotter than ever.
Sunny Talbot and Robert Holland were high school sweethearts whose teenage marriage quickly fell apart in the face of real life. When a chance meeting brings them together again years later, they quickly discover that the passion they once shared burns hotter than ever. Robert and Sunny are sure they've finally found their happily-ever-after but will their second chance at love survive planning the wedding?
Three weeks to the day after Maddy Bainbridge announced her engagement to Aidan O'Malley, she found herself stripped and held hostage in the bridal department of the Short Hills Saks in front of her family, her future in-laws, and a PBS research assistant named Crystal whose tattoos were outnumbered only by her piercings. Maddy is no bridezilla and Aidan is starting to talk about eloping, but they're no match for their wedding-obsessed families.
"A nice sequel"
Riley McKendrick is a famous efficiency expert who once whipped the White House into shape. (He's also an ex-cowboy who believes in traveling light). Opposites definitely attract but everyone knows they should never try living together. On a bet, Riley moves into Cat's Connecticut farmhouse and vows to have her chaotic lifestyle under control before the weekend is over. But five kids, six dogs, four cats, and one strong minded woman may be more than even he can handle.
The cowboy moved so quickly Caroline didn't have time to think, much less react. One moment he was standing there looking at her across the blazing hot Nevada street, the next moment, she was in his arms. Her protests were stopped as he bent his head toward her. A complete stranger, a cowboy she'd met just moments ago when she stepped off the dusty stagecoach was actually going to put his mouth on hers and kiss her. Things like this never happened in Boston!
He was the bad boy with the raging heart. She was the good girl with the big dreams. Now he is a master stonecutter with a broken marriage and a son he would move heaven and earth to keep safe from harm, while she is a success at everything she touches . . . everything except love.