Great new fiction from Jennifer James, Kaitlin Maitland, and J.C. McGuire.
One scorching weekend of no-strings sex? Or the first two days of something special…
Going home for his older sister’s wedding has been a real pain. Unable to get a room at a local hotel, he’s stuck in his parents’ spare bedroom, in a twin bed too short for his six-four frame, with nothing to do but fantasize about his sister’s maid of honor and her little purple bikini. Joey Sanchez: the woman he’s had a crush on for the last ten years. All grown up in all the right places.
And it just so happens she’s had a crush on him too.
Lucky for him, Joey knows what she wants. In the pool, in the movie theater, with some very hot text messages, she quenches his desire and demands no promises. She’s married to her career, and that’s the way she likes it. But with the weekend winding down, Rob realizes she’s only left him wanting more. And he doesn’t want to spend the next ten years without her…
When betrayal has a price tag, whom can you trust?
Dayne Castille is just like any other businesswoman. She provides her clients with a valuable service; they pay her a lot of money. She works alone, and she likes it that way. For a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, being a contract killer has its perks.
When a casual trip to the library lands Dayne in the middle of a kidnapping, she finds herself on the wrong end of someone else’s scope. And face to face with rival assassin Callum McKay, the only man who’s ever made her think twice about being a loner.
Callum isn’t happy with his new set of circumstances. Not only does he have responsibility for his ten-year-old brother, he’s got no choice but to trust Dayne Castille with all of their lives. Mired in political intrigue and greed, events quickly go off the rails, and Callum finds that Dayne is more woman than he ever gave her credit for. Which just might be the most dangerous part of all…
If Aelida believed that telling her secret would bring peace, she was sadly mistaken. Britain stands on the edge of destruction, and those who struggle for her survival can only do so much, even for the daughter of King Arthear.
For the man Britain fears and hates most stands waiting. Watching. If he sees weakness and betrayal, then Britain’s champion—her High King—will fall, and with him will fall all hope…
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