After a traumatic attack, Jasmine Chance recovers from a coma and decides to take in the beauty of the life she’s always longed for in Paris. While there, she encounters a man from her past, causing her to evaluate what she truly desires. As the love of her life, Andrew Rodd, is fighting for their relationship, his company is threatened, forcing him to choose between struggling to make things work with Jasmine, and staying in Atlanta to uphold his business and childhood friend.
Will Jasmine find balance between her passions, companionship, and the future of her business? Will Drew choose to maintain order in his company and remain loyal to his best friend or finally win the love of his life? Only time can tell if this will be their last dance.
Love keeps them together.
Fear keeps them running.
Chaos follows them everywhere they go.
The cost of love is always high.
Never harbor it blindly.
Note: Harbor is book two in a three-book trilogy following the same couple.
Dashiel Hampton is her enemy.
Layla Tate reminds herself of that fact every morning she goes to class and sees his smug face smirking up at her. From grade school to grad school there hasn’t been a moment they weren’t pitted against each other and she refuses to back down. She hates him from his rock hard abs to his panty-dropping smile.
Revenge will be oh-so-sweet when she’s chosen for the new internship that could make or break her career. Until Dash decides he’s not giving up without a fight.
Layla Tate is going down.
There is nothing that makes Dash Hampton as happy as the look on Layla’s face when she realizes he’s won. He lives to drive her crazy because if he can’t have her beneath him, then he’ll have her any other way he can.
He’ll get her to notice him, even if it means stealing the internship from right beneath her nose. Dash won’t give up–on the internship…or her.
As they vie to see who will come out on top, they’ll have to keep their friends close and their frenemies closer.
I’ve been pretty successful so far—in life that is, not love. Finding a man and falling in love wasn’t at the top of my priority list, not while raising my little brother. But he’s all grown up now, living his own life…and I plan on doing the same.
See, I have a secret—a secret that hides all the naughty little tidbits of my deepest, most explicit sexual experiences and desires.
It’s a world I created, a world where I can be myself around likeminded people, a world where no one knows who I really am. It’s perfect…until a motorcycle riding, tattooed temptation comes crashing into it.
Mace is the man straight out of every fantasy I’ve ever had with his dark hair, broad shoulders and six-pack abs. He’s the perfect bad boy, the perfect distraction…the perfect way to get myself in trouble.
They didn’t come from the same world …
Born rich to a family of mafia royalty, Lucia Marcello was already destined to succeed. She wanted for absolutely nothing, until she met him.
Born poor to parents who never cared, Renzo Zulla was already destined to fail. He has struggled for absolutely everything, but she’ll prove to be his biggest fight yet.
She’s high society from the upscale suburbs.
He’s a drug dealer from New York’s slums.
They just weren’t meant to be … until they were.
What would it take to change a life—an entire perspective? All the things you thought you knew and wanted?
For them, it took thirty-six days.
And the privilege of meeting each other.
They shouldn’t be.
They don’t fit.
Love doesn’t care.
Note: Privilege is book one in a three-book trilogy following the same couple.
He should nip this desire in the bud, but it’s grown beyond control.
One second, I’m battling an overgrown hedge with a pair of clippers. The next, I’m running for my life, positive I’ve stumbled onto a prank reality show set, complete with a towering, red-haired guy in costume who throws me over his shoulder like I weigh nothing—I’m a big girl, never been thin.
Half of me is horrified to find out I’ve somehow been transported to an alien planet. The other half would sure like to explore the masterpiece of muscle under that armor.
Horde life is simple. Hunt the enemy, kill the enemy. But after Loven broke the law by bonding an Omega meant for the king, life got real complicated. Instead of exterminating Telean rebels, I’m playing nice to recruit them for Loven’s stupid rebellion.
Then I make a big mistake. Huge. I rescue a helpless human, only to discover this curvy, tempting morsel is an Omega about to go into heat. Fleeing the Telean ship and returning her to the Horde stronghold means abandoning the Telean alliance—and destroying everything we’ve risked our lives for.
I should nip this desire in the bud, but it’s grown beyond my control.