The son of a preacher man, Boone Coulter carries the guilt of his sins and the assurance of his damnation on his shoulders, yet still is set on revenge. When Philadelphia-bred Elizabeth Dougherty breaks into the jail and holds him - a cold-blooded killer - at gunpoint, saying, "Take me with you," she has no idea the sheriff who wants her dead is Coulter's old enemy and now has double the reason to track her down and kill her. When Boone Coulter grudgingly agrees, he has no idea that this fiercely proper yet defiantly sensual Victorian woman will find the one vulnerable place in his heart and fan it to blazing life.
"The narrator is so bad I cannot even pay attention"
When sexy, buttoned-down accountant Jeff gets sucked into Cecilia's sticky, single-mom universe, his life turns inside out. Her checkbook's a nightmare, her oldest kid hates him, and she's messy, mouth-watering, independent, and annoyingly unforgettable. He can't stay away. Quirky Cecilia has her life (sort of) in order, and doesn't need a man pointing out where it's not. A single mom with three kids and a dog can't afford a sex life, even if he is hotter than ever, and strong just when she needs him to be. Plus, his parrot hates her.
"Wait for it..."
When small-town girl Kennie Sue Ledbetter wakes up in a Reno hotel between two guys in rumpled tuxedos, she thinks things can't get any worse. When she steps on the wedding bouquet and sees the ring on her finger, she knows things can't get any worse. But then she finds out she's married to the guy who won her in a coin-toss in front of the wedding chapel, and "worse" has a name and a face: Alexander Carruthers, the gorgeous silver-tongued devil who believes in love at first sight, in fate, and in doing whatever it takes to keep her.
Paisley Vandermeir was born on a hippie commune, transplanted to high society Manhattan at the vulnerable age of seven, and finally rescued and nurtured by her wild Aunt Izzy, whose Roaring 20s exploits still tarnish the family name. Paisley is the very definition of a "Vandermeir scandal" waiting to happen. It's simply a matter of what and when. Now, it's Christmas in Manhattan and Paisley Vandermeir has a scandalous scheme to set herself free from society’s expectations once and for all.
Are you ready for some football? Then you're ready for Some Enchanted Season. Kevyn Llewellyn needs a god. She must have exactly the right model for Darius: Warrior-God of the Gray Planet, or she'll lose the contract to illustrate the rest of the series. When she sees him - none other than NFL football player Rusty Rivers - she does the absolutely logical thing: she kidnaps him. Or rescues him…it depends on whom you're asking.
"Football and romance, two of my favorite things!"