Ridley Wells has no idea what to do with her life now that she's graduated from college. But when a friend is murdered and her apartment is trashed, she runs to the only person she trusts, her twin sister. No one will think to look for her in the rinky-dink Virginia town of New Haven. Of course, her luck lands her passed out in the grass in front of resident badboy and music producer Jackson Alexander.
"Very good start to the series :D"
What does it take to get the job done? How do you get the men in your unit to do what you say? To follow you into battle and shoot to kill? How do you build the confidence that spurs men on to do their jobs, to stand by their leaders and each other? Find the answers to these questions and more, in this classic for those who have to get the job done---military or not.
"Leadership skills for the real world."
A bargain. A baby. A billion things can go wrong. Nicholas Alexander doesn't mind being called a playboy. His charm serves him well in business and a beautiful woman is always on his arm. Except the one he's in love with. Raina Winters doesn't believe in love, so when she's dumped right before her wedding, she's more upset about losing what she really wants from marriage. A baby.
"Mesmerizing and throbbing"
Matt Simmons is over Army doctors poking him. But when his sister won't stop nagging him to see their old babysitter, now a sought after physical therapist, he gives in just to get some peace. Penelope Lewis is finally putting down roots after a lifetime of moving around. She's got everything she wants, except the settled suburban life she longs for. All she needs is the perfect guy, which means NO military men. When Matt realizes that his old babysitter is h-o-t, he's suddenly seeing the benefits of therapy.
"This is the Book."
Mara Simmons knows two things for sure: her instincts are always right, and Trent Townsend is "the one". So when she starts to suspect his frequent business trips have nothing to do with business, she knows what she has to do: trust her instincts.
"Saving the Best For Last"
Ever since Mara walked into her brother's dorm room freshman year and came face to face with a shirtless Trent, she's known he was The One. He's been right there with her twin brother as her biggest supporter or shoulder to cry on, whichever she needs most. The problem? Trent has no idea how she feels. Well, it's her first birthday without her twin and Trent's coming over to keep her company. It's the perfect time to tease him a little. A skimpy yoga outfit and a few glasses of wine later, she plans to finally have Trent exactly where she wants him: in her bed.
"First Audible book I ordered and I was plesed."
Kaylee Wilhelm knows what she wants for Christmas - for Elliott Alexander to notice her. Unfortunately, he doesn't like her much, so she's spending the holidays with her disapproving parents. Elliott Alexander is finally in the position to come home for good. Home means bittersweet memories and the only woman who makes him feel things he isn't ready for. When Kay's car skids out of control on Christmas Eve, she's forced to reach out to the only man she trusts to save her. Eli's a protector, so she knows he'll come for her, but this Christmas Kay is hoping for a little bit more.
"A Merry Holiday Romance"
Kaylee Wilhelm is tired of always being a good, respectful Southern belle. So when the man she loves leaves town after their steamy kiss, she's done. As a single mother with a demanding singing career, she has no time for pining after her former bodyguard. Years ago Elliott Alexander disappeared for a year and then came back irrevocably changed. With the FBI still watching, he can't afford distractions. Especially not sweet kisses from the only woman who gets under his skin.
"Another Sweet Love for the Alexanders"
Today's top executives are expected to do everything right, from coming up with solutions to unfathomably complex problems to having the charisma and prescience to rally stakeholders around a perfect vision of the future. But no one leader can be all things to all people. It's time to end the myth of the complete leader, say the authors.