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Lori Beth Crawford
Seriously sexy TV star, Evan Josephs, is usually a nice guy. “Usually” goes right out the window when the script they’re shooting gives him stage directions like “lean on the bar and look hot as per usual.” He’s a Yale graduate and classically trained actor for Pete’s sake. Fortunately, he’s saved his diva card for exactly this kind of situation. He demands that the writer be sent to the location to fix the crap that she wrote for him.
Tamara Keller is thrilled that not only has she sold her first freelance television script, but she sold it to her favorite show. The sale is just what she needs to finally get some momentum going in the TV writing career she’s been working to build for so long. Being summoned to the set by the ticked off star who hated her work was not an experience she expected. Neither did she expect to wake up next to said star in her bed the following morning.
Tamara has worked too hard on turning her dream into a reality. Getting overly cozy with Evan is the very thing that can derail it.
Can Tamara keep her eye on business when pleasure is oh so close?
WARNING: Sweet romance, but strong language.
Jaylyn Sanders is a church girl. She grew up a church girl and expects to remain a church girl long after she's dead and chilling in Heaven.
Zeke Malone is a billionaire philanderer whose good looks and charm can lure any woman he wants into his bed. Except Jaylyn. Knowing he's on the verge of losing her forever, Zeke does the one thing he vowed he'd never do again. He agrees to attend church with her. After all. How bad could it be?
Turns out, it's worse than he'd imagined. The secret he'd been hiding from her for years is brought to painful light. Unafraid to call him out on his mess, Jaylyn issues a challenge Zeke knows he should refuse. He tries to call her bluff, but they end up in Vegas and married. She treats him to an explosive honeymoon night proving that everything he'd feared about the marriage bed was unfounded.
However, outside the bedroom, neither of them can figure out how to be married in general nor married to each other in particular.
Can Jaylyn and Zeke survive The Marriage Curve?
The Marriage Curve
Carissa Langston is a perfectly lovely woman, so she can't figure out why she's always been single. The higher ups at Cupid Headquarters are wondering the same thing.
What none of them knows is that Quincy, her assigned cupid, fancies himself in love with her. He doesn't think anyone will ever be good enough for her-
When Carissa and Hutch run into one another after years apart, sparks fly. Quincy does some fancy cupiding to keep them apart-
After being accused of attempting to rob a bank that was actually trying to rob them – legally – a coupon queen goes on the run with a Crown Prince who’d been living in the U.S. anonymously for the past year.
Armed with only her coupon binder, the two flee the area in an effort to meet up with his royal head of security for protection. But first, they must elude the two very determined bank guards who will let nothing stop them from retrieving the damning video of the bank incident from the couple.
Erica Kellogg is a former Olympic synchronized swimmer who has been blackballed from the sport she adores. She’s dealt with her loss by joining a world renowned security firm where she can lose herself in a myriad of dangerous assignments.
Needless to say, she’s not thrilled when she learns her latest case barely amounts to babysitting duty. If that weren’t bad enough, Trevor Cole, the man she’s been assigned to protect is, in her opinion, nothing more than a spoiled rock star. She doesn’t count on finding out there’s more to him than meets the eye or falling in love.
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