The playboy’s proposition: Too enticing to ignore…
Constantine Skalas may seem idle and arrogant, but he hides a razor-sharp need for vengeance against the Payne family. The key? His former stepsister, Molly, who’s blossomed from an ugly duckling into a gorgeous supermodel. Constantine will offer her a perfectly outrageous proposition…
Virgin Molly knows the danger of walking into a powerful man’s den. Yet only a deal with the devil himself will save her beloved mother from bankruptcy. Constantine has always been sinfully seductive, but now, bound by their pact, Molly burns for him. And there’s no going back…
Tanner Camden knew hooking up with his ex was a bad idea. But he never thought he’d end up getting a call that he might be a father—or that his ex had died, leaving little Poppy in the care of her sister, Addie Markham.
Addie may have always resented him—and his potential ability to take away the only family she has left doesn’t help—but with their shared goal of caring for Poppy, they’re willing to set aside their differences.
Even if allowing their new feelings to bloom means both of them could get hurt when the paternity test results come back…
Their desire cannot be concealed… And neither can her baby bump!
Kendra Connolly has never forgotten her first, fleeting encounter with billionaire Balthazar Skalas. When they meet again, she gives in to temptation—completely. It’s a decision made in the heat of the moment that has life-changing consequences…
Balthazar didn’t expand his empire by being weak. The need he feels for Kendra is a liability, and the discovery that she’s carrying his heir merely increases her power over him.
Can this ruthless Greek be strong enough to let himself love her?
If you’re anything like me then your TBR pile is unbelievably large and completely unintentional. I have complete series (that were released over years) on my Kindle, purchased already, that I simply have not gotten around to reading. Now, that’s fine for the author and the publishing house, they got their money from me 🙂 … but I haven’t gotten the pleasure of that money spent yet. Just sayin’ – it’s time for those books to get themselves read so I can be up-to-date when the newest release shows up and begs to come live on my Kindle.
I’m caught up on Anna J. Stewart’s Butterfly Harbor series (Oh, how I loved that one – the reviews are on the blog). I have the title released this year to get the review up for and then wait for the next release. So, one series down from that TBR tower.
Now, I’m going to start on Christine Rimmer’s The Bravos of Valentine Bay series. This one also has endured for years now, and every book that is out in the series (including the newest) is on my Kindle… binge-read ahead! (this is also going to count for my 2021Beat the Backlist Reading Challenge so Yay! for that) —BtB can be found here— 🙂
Just a reminder — don’t forget those books on your e-readers or your bookshelves. They might not be the newest release, but they are a brand new reading experience for you. So, don’t forget your books, they get lonely. *sad book’s face*
When Raleigh Wilde reappears in Deputy Beckett Foster’s life as a fugitive, he’s shocked. He has a job to do, but she needs his help clearing her name.
By -the -book – Beckett is having none of it until he learns she’s pregnant—with his child.
With a killer willing to do anything to keep Raleigh from discovering who embezzled millions from the charity she runs, the lawman will do whatever it takes to ensure he doesn’t become a fugitive father.
Titles in the Marshal Law series include – The Fugitive – The Witness – The Prosecutor –The Suspect –
Working with the new fire chief, Roman Salazar, is a challenge for Frankie Bettencourt. Everyone in Butterfly Harbor agrees she was the one destined for the top job at the station house! So, should she quit? No way!
But she will steer clear of Roman from now on…or at least until his kindness, quick smile, and can-do attitude win the town—and possibly Frankie—over for good!