(Listed by genre.)
Holly Hudson, an accountant who just wants to survive her company’s Christmas party, has a bah-humbug for any romantic fa-la-la-la-la.
Nick Santos, a freelance odd-job guy, has a life complicated by a young son and a Grinch of an ex.
When the accounting office flirt puts the drunken moves on “Santa” at the Christmas party, Holly rescues him and sends him on his frosty way.
But after the mischievous way Holly brushes Nick off when he catches himself flirting with her—
He has to get to know her.
Can this chance encounter between Holly and Nick kindle holiday warmth in this haphazard pair, or will they end up with nothing but cold, hard coal?
Megs doesn’t date from her building.
Tim is hoping to be the exception to the rule.
Both use humor to guard their hearts.
When Megs literally runs into her very tall neighbor in their apartment building lobby, there’s immediate chemistry. But Megs has a rule in place to protect both herself and any aspiring suitor: she does not date from her building.
Tim finds that smart mouth he encountered on the stairs won’t stay off his mind. And he’s determined to run into her as often as possible: even if it means staking out the mailboxes.
He’s pushy. She’s snarky. Both are unexpectedly thoughtful.
Is it a match made in heaven?
Only time will tell—provided his doesn’t run out.
A lifetime of chasing the next big rush and the next hot woman left Josh with a very checkered past. But that’s all behind him. He’s found good friends and a satisfying job as a computer security consultant for Rheinholdt Industries, maker of high-performance cars. Read More
When Brin’s husband, an undercover police officer, died in the line of duty, she held her two daughters as the three of them grieved their loss. Three years later, they’ve moved to a new neighborhood and are making new friends. But when Brin meets Josh, she’s daunted by the feelings he stirs. Balancing family is hard enough, can she really add a romance into the mix?
Happily divorced Kathryn Warren is looking forward to her new life on the beach and can’t wait for her son to finish his court ordered summer with Dad. If only the sexy neighbor would stop trying to engage her, life would be as near to perfect as possible. Read More
Dillon Baker is fascinated by mysteries, and the pretty brunette he jogs past every morning is definitely a mystery; On the whole beach, she’s the only who won’t smile.
Growing up in a car-loving family, Ellie dreamed of building her own hot rod. When, at the end of a mysterious illness, her death was inevitable, her husband was determined to make her dream a reality. Read More
Claustrophobic in long-term relationships, Mac prefers to keep things light and simple. Until late one night when he investigates garage lights in his mother’s neighborhood and discovers a cute grease monkey in oversized coveralls.
Will the new neighbor put a wrench in Mac’s low-stress lifestyle or will Mac drive Ellie round the bend?
Sometimes things have to get worse before they can ever be better.
And Mers’s unhappy life is about to get worse…Read More
TWID-Security agent Vayg is deep undercover. If she can get back to Rainbow city, she can bring down a crime boss. Unfortunately, she’s been mortally wounded and is lying in the desert along with her now-dead attackers.
Raised to hate people, especially women, Mers avoids them by wandering the desert, scavenging as winds shift the sands. Upon witnessing a fight far off, he waits for the outcome. When all three people fall to the ground and don’t rise, Mers races across the desert to collect their now-relinquished panel truck and motorbike. He and Teah, his cow-like whake, reach the machines only to find the woman who owned the bike isn’t as dead as he’d hoped.
Compelled to obey the one rule of kindness his father taught him—hospitality—he agrees to hide her from the men who hunt her.
Never having lived in close quarters with anyone but his controlling father, Mers is confused by Vayg, the embodiment and antithesis of all he thought women were, and by the many new feelings she invokes. And as Vayg finds comfort and safety under the shelter of a man whose bookshelf is filled with anti-fem books, she experiences her own confusion.
Can a man who has no idea of what love is, learn, or will Vayg have to forget the only man she’s ever felt at home with?
(this book contains adult situations and violence)