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What Love Can Do Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Well, that’s it then. I called Dad when I heard the news that Mom passed. I told him I wanted to come home and see him and my sisters, and what did he say? “We don’t have a daughter named Maggie.

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Locking Lips Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Heather   Excuse me, ma’am, I’m about to toss my cookies. Could you get me something into which I could toss them? Sir, I’d rather not ruin my Kate Spade bag by puking in it. Could you help

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Lip Action Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Marissa   When I tell my mom I broke up with my hedge-fund investor, Princeton-alum, cheating and lying scumbag fiancé Charles, she promptly bursts into tears. “You. Can’t. Be. Serious!” she

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Lip Service Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Hunter   “Hunter, baby, you up? Breakfast is almost ready.” Shit, I think as my eyes flash open. I stare up at the ceiling and listen to the sounds coming from my kitchen. Female humming. Cabinets

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Bedding the Baby Daddy Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Aurora LeMonde smiled serenely at each guest who passed her, determined to exude confidence and calm at her company’s latest fundraising gala even though she felt like she’d swallowed razor blades.

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Bedding the Boss Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

On the eve of his wedding to Brianne Whitcomb, Eric Davenport sat next to the bed where his fiancée lay, waiting for the sound that could mean the end of his life as he knew it, or at least, the end of

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Bedding the Best Man

  • April 18, 2018

“Here we are.” At the quiet announcement, Gabe turned toward his friend, Jamie Whitcomb, hoping no one had noticed that he’d practically had his nose pressed to the passenger side window, taking

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Bedding the Bodyguard Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

Luke Indigo parked his car across the street from Hang Tough Café, a small but renowned eatery staffed by ex-cons trying to make a fresh start and run by a renegade nun. He’d been to Hang Tough before—the

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Bedding the Biker Next Door Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

“Wanna join the Mile High Club?” Been there, done that, Cole Novak thought. Lounging back in his first class seat, he grinned at the redhead who’d issued the seductive invitation. She was all big

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Bedding the Best Friend Excerpt

  • April 18, 2018

With a last name like O’Roarke, Annie should have felt right at home at Finnigan’s Pub. Instead, she felt like a kitten trying to keep up with a pride of lions. Perched on the leather seat of her bar

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