Logan Carmichael. He’s smart, determined, and sexy as hell but can Diana trust her company to a virgin entrepreneur?
She monitors his executive decisions, protecting the future of Lennox Incorporated while fighting to keep their relationship professional. Logan doesn’t help. He’ll use whatever advantage he can to win his corporate gamble.
And when the arena moves from boardroom to bedroom, Diana’s in trouble. Because in this game, she's the amateur. And she's playing way out of her league.
Jim Donovan. A patient man, he can outwait a slow-foaling mare and survive camping out with a dozen fifth-grade boys. Self-control hides the warrior persona he’s chosen to set aside. But when a stalker targets the woman he wants, and his new partner comes on to her, Jim's patience runs out. How much of a saint can an ex-black-ops Marine be?
Sally Johnston has been on her own since her husband’s death and is used to taking care of herself. She intends to ignore the anonymous messages she’s getting and doesn’t want or need anyone’s protection. But every time she turns around Jim is there, keeping her safe, yes—but also driving her crazy.
Just being near him stokes Sally’s desire, but will she let him thaw her frozen heart?
She's only one faithless man removed from innocence but to Daniel Smith, she’s a tramp trolling for a new meal ticket.
He passed judgment on Tammy Carmichael the day he met her and he means to protect his friends in Cedar Hill by offering himself as bait. Naturally, there will be side-benefits.
Tammy is a high voltage package of good looks and talent. She’s not interested in taking a second chance with her heart, but Daniel looks like a green-eyed advertisement for male. And a woman does have needs…More info →
They say you can’t go home again, but realtor April Windham is determined to try.
Seven years after running away to Cedar Hill, she’s going back to St. Louis, but the ex-fiancé who believes she betrayed him and the ambitious colleague who framed her haven’t forgotten her.
Neither has Mac Macintyre. He’s a widower, with a four-year-old daughter, but when April knew him, he was “little Dougie” Macintyre, the boy she babysat.
He’s no longer little, no longer “Dougie” and, when fate throws them together again, no longer content just to dream about April.
She is wary but drawn toward the irrepressible Mac. Their sex is combustible, irresistible. But that doesn’t mean she’ll give him the commitment he wants.
What will it take to convince her to ignore their history and trust the love that is blooming between them?More info →
Our autonomic reflexes—fight, flight, freeze, blush, sweat, mate—are biological analogs to the force of gravity. And just as impossible to resist.
Leif has always found women easy to work with, until he tries to work with biologist Jane Morgan. Her fixation on writing her grants, to the exclusion of helping him, is unacceptable. He needs her time, her brains and her expertise, and he’ll stop at nothing to get them.
Jane needs funding. Which means she needs to write a grant. Which means she has no time for helping a literary scholar trying to write science fiction. So all the involuntary urges he arouses will just have to step aside and leave her alone.
She has work to do.More info →