New York billionaire, Daniel Dufort, is being blackmailed into marriage by a US senator. He’ll do whatever it takes to protect his family dynasty, including recruiting a private security company full of former black ops. Marriage was never on the cards for him and he’s not about to be coerced into it. Then Daniel meets Harper, and what starts as a sexy distraction soon ends with him questioning all his priorities.

Steamy romance author Harper Kane is in Hawaii for business. She has zero interest in a holiday romance, especially not with wealthy, arrogant, and—damn it—gorgeous Daniel Dufort. Passion erupts between them, but Harper soon discovers his heartbreaking secret and how deceit truly feels.


Iraq veteran and motorcycle shop owner Jeremiah ‘Dog’ Sheppard is looking forward to the annual Veterans Ride benefit for local vets, but this year he might be rewarded with more than the usual satisfaction of doing a good deed. When he asks the stunning single mother of one of his employees to help with the charity event, he finds himself facing a greater challenge than expected.

Joci James is happy to use her graphic design and marketing savvy to help a good cause but charity might not be her only motivator. She cannot deny a mutual attraction but her bruised heart is closed for business, even to her sons good-looking boss. Fortunately, the tenacious Jeremiah never gives up without a fight.

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Ryker thinks he’s beyond redemption… But to Wren, he’s just beautifully broken.

Ryker McCabe

Give me a room full of armed hostiles and I know exactly what to do. But a head full of memories? There’s no evasion plan for those. Sit rep: I let my team down and nearly got us all killed.

I’m no coward. But I’m going dark. Back to Boston to exorcise a demon. Instead, I run into a woman being chased by her own. A jade-eyed redhead as soft and tiny as I am hard and rough. With a mouth made for sass, the heart of a fighter—and a potentially deadly problem.

Wren Kane

Ryker’s huge. Inked, scarred, and, at first glance, scary as all get out. Until I notice his mesmerizing, multi-colored eyes. He’s my last hope to prove my brother didn’t die of an overdose. My hacking skills only go so far, and good fudging luck finding anyone else insane enough to take on the Russian mob.

Danger throws gas on the sparks between us. But Russian drug lords don’t take betrayal lightly. And to bring down this monster, Ry will have to unleash his own.


Overcoming outside forces, family secrets and a double homicide bind Joe and Gaia together when Gaia discovers evidence the detectives didn’t see.
A chance encounter with Detroit Homicide Detective Joe Young guides Gaia to help solve a murder he’s investigating, and to romance.

College student Gaia Parnassus lives in Detroit with her father and grandmother. Palm reading capability earns a little extra spending money on the side, but more importantly, it provides something she is unable to acquire in other ways, filling a void she doesn’t understand.

On a fall evening, handsome Detroit Homicide detective Joe Young enters Delphia Pizza on a bet to have his fortune told, and after taking one look at beautiful Gaia, loses his nerve. Overcoming outside forces, family secrets and a double homicide bind Joe and Gaia together when Gaia discovers evidence the detectives didn’t see.

>>>What does Gaia want?

She wants to finish college, for sure. Her only friend is Bishop, the waiter in her father’s restaurant. And she’s not interested in dating because she’s afraid of exposure. The older she gets, the more intense her second sight becomes. But is it a panacea to not getting involved? It’s easier for her to relate to people when she’s holding their hand, looking at their palms. The rest of the time, forget it.

What she wants that isn’t so obvious. She wants to belong, but most of all she wants to find that elusive peace that only knowing the truth can give.

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