In the fourth book of Day's Crossfire Series, Gideon and Eva find themselves facing some of the strongest challenges their relationship has yet encountered. Even as the newlyweds fight for their future, they find themselves ensnared by the past - a past they will have to confront if they ever want to truly move forward.
"Do not waste your time"
Getting knocked up after a one night stand was not part of Julia's life plan. But sometimes you have to take what life throws at you, and now she plans to be the best mother possible to her son, Cody. One thing Julia did not know was that her previous lover was actually a bear shifter named Shane. With no way of contacting him, she assumed she would never see him again; and she also assumed that he would not want the baby anyway.
"Narrator can't do male voices"
Amanda's editor had asked her to investigate the seamy underbelly of the airline industry. It wasn't exactly Watergate, but it promised to be interesting. Amanda found herself in a five-star Dubai hotel, knocking briskly on the door of a rather beautiful stewardess with whom she had chatted on the flight from London. Amanda had a boyfriend back in London, where she had grown up, but there was something about this girl that intrigued her.
"Awesome lesbian scene"
Skyler Rayne is pretty, smart, and sassy, or so that's what Sullivan Forest tells her when he first sets his eyes on her. When Sky stops doing what is expected of her and starts letting go, it is only a matter of time before it all catches up with her. After agreeing to a no strings attached "friends with benefits" relationship, Sky is not so sure that's what she wants after all. And Sullivan is intrigued by her, but Sky knows he has secrets of his own.
Todd was just testing out his new time travel device his friend pilfered from the CIA. Charlotte, the princess of a small town somewhere in England in the Middle Ages, was just trying to find a God to knock her up and give her an heir. Todd was no God, but as the old saying goes: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.