Renegade Kisses is a full-length, stand-alone sexy romance with humor, emotion and a heartwarming Happily Ever After.
Can a summer to remember…
Over camping trips and hot kisses, Alexis, a curvaceous society darling, falls hard for bad boy Nico. Despite a rocky start, he soon cherishes her like fine wine. Until he dumps her like yesterday’s garbage.
From stealing cars to stealing hearts, Nico’s a pro at playing the field. So he’s totally unprepared when off-limits rich girl Alexis Templeton stops him in his wicked tracks. Her snooty mother tries to buy him off, threaten him away from her precious daughter. Nico eventually walks away, without her stinkin’ payoff, thinking it best for Lexi.
Become a love for all time?
On the eve of her wedding to another, Nico realizes nothing will keep him from convincing Lexi they belong together. Even if he has to kidnap her from the church to prove it.
The destruction of a girlish infatuation…
Can the asshat jerk of her teenage dreams ever redeem himself? Doubtful. So despite her longtime, secret crush, prosecuting attorney Jenny Beckman resolves to forget the sexy bastard her best friend dumped at the altar. They're both well rid of the selfish douche.
A changed man, Brad runs into Jenny at a costume party—and isn't recognized. What an opportunity! He can't wait to take the little spitfire to task for adding to his humiliation a few months ago. But the night doesn't go as planned. He's the one dressed as a swashbuckling rogue—so why is sweet Jenny the one stealing his heart?
Might turn in to the best reality ever.
The costumed marauder thinks to seduce her with cocky kisses? Jenny's happy to let him. Hasn't she suffered enough heartache the last year? What with a psycho-stalker ex and the ruin of her teenage crush? But this fun, sexy pirate with the talented tongue and wicked sense of humor? He's just what the therapist ordered.
Until he's not.
Because when the costumes come off, hearts are on the line. And Jenny's has been shattered one time too many.
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Because sometimes, a girl just really needs a good, hard puck…
When a professional hockey player—Russian by birth, sexy by the grace of God—propositions me during my first and only foray into liberated sex with a stranger, I allow myself to be seduced with heavily accented words and devastating kisses, right up to Rurik’s hotel room. Where his focused attentions quickly melt my natural inhibitions.
I’m feeling more self-assured by the second when Rurik’s roommate Jeff, the team goalie, emerges fresh from the shower. Holy cow, two men? I might have considered celebrating with one, but both?
Confronted with the prospect of a two-stud stand, enraptured by Rurik’s kisses and Jeff’s speculative glower, I wage a debate with my protesting conscience. At stake? The night of my life. The prize? More orgasms than I know what to do with.More info →
Lord Tremayne has a problem. He stammers like a fool—at least that’s what he learned from his father’s constant criticism and punishing hand. Daniel now hides his troubles, limiting his speech and getting by with a few close friends. His well-fought privacy is all for naught when he goes looking for a new mistress and finds a delightful young woman who makes him, of all people, want to spout poetry. He thought he had a problem before? Avoiding meaningless dinner prattle is nothing compared to the challenge of winning the heart of his new lady lust.
Recently widowed and increasingly poor, Thea’s been reduced to sharing her rented room with rodents and arguing over every morsel (the mice usually win). When a friend suggests an alliance of the most intimate sort, Thea’s reluctantly intrigued. But given her lackluster marriage, she doubts her ability to entice an experienced man. The considerate, if quiet, Lord Tremayne attracts her mightily, so she sets aside her misgivings. That is, until Thea fears she's about to break the cardinal rule of mistressing—that of falling for her new protector.
At 110,000 words, Mistress by Morning is a full-length Regency-styled historical romance brimming with emotion, humor and sexy romps. For a true historical feel, the story is written using period-appropriate slang (known as cant) and words used during the early 1800s.
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