Eye Candy by Tawna Fenske: I see them staring. Blame the scar that’s carved from my chest to face, or my reputation as a beast. Keeping to myself keeps others from knowing how I got this way. Then she moves in next door.
The Gatekeeper by Renee Rose: She’s my captive. My prisoner. I will make her talk.
The Right Song by Michelle Mankin: He wasn’t just a rock star to her, and she wasn’t just any woman to him.
Make A Wish by Helena Hunting: Ever have a defining life moment you wish you could do over? Harley Spark has one. The time she almost kissed the widowed father of the toddler she nannied for. It was so bad they moved across the state, and she never saw them again.
Coercion by Amelia Wilde: There’s a fight to the death… and a fight for his heart.
Defending by Jami Davenport: Much to my utter dismay, the Portland Icehawks chose me in the expansion draft, and now my estranged father is my hockey coach. No one on the team knows he's my dad. They think he’s a distant relative I don't get along with. They’re right about that last part. We hate each other. He blames me for the death of my sister, and I blame myself, too.
Vicious Vows by Zoe Blake: The Ivanov brothers ruthlessly control their billionaire mafia empire. And they will stop at nothing in their pursuit of the women they want. These innocent heroines will soon learn that, despite their objections, they are under the complete control of these dangerous men… till death do them part.
Forbidden by Tia Louise: I have one job: Get close and take him out. The only problem is, I want him more.
Keep This Promise by Corinne Michaels: I’m about to lose everything. My home. My name. My future. My husband was involved in something that could cost us our lives, and on his deathbed, he demands my daughter and I flee Britain.
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