Hazel, a recent college graduate, donates a kidney to save her ailing boyfriend only to discover he has been cheating with her younger sister. With two relationships in shambles, she moves out of her parents’ home and immerses herself in work. Then she meets the sexy neighbor next door who is willing to help her heal her heart. But will she let him?
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Book 4 Desert Rebels MC Series
It had been a year since the woman Sax loved broke things off and disappeared. He’d thought Holly had been it for him, that he’d found something that would last a lifetime. But some things just weren’t meant to be. After a year on the road he returned to the Desert Rebels, ready to move on with his life without her, until she showed up, and she wasn’t alone.
Even in the darkest of silence … the heart understands.
One was my first love. The other my first lust. Fourteen years later, I still love Keith Ryker and still lust for Jason Lee. But it’s not that simple.
Keith Ryker runs Ryker Ranch, raising cattle in far West Texas. He was passion and strength. He was Jen Boylan’s first love, the handsome cowboy who molded her into the woman she is today. Jen thinks he’s forgotten her, but he hasn’t. He’s never erased that one afternoon in the haybarn from his mind. Never forgotten all the times in the old park and museum up the hill. And now, he’s bought the dilapidated building and remodeled it to move the only woman he’s ever loved back to a town full of bad memories and a painful past, to re-open a museum she’s hated her entire life. He selfishly burns for her, even though he aches for another … and has for over fourteen years.
Jen Boylan’s best friend took her own life in the small town she always considered emptier than a tomb. Her father died there. The boy she lusted for turned her down flat, and the boy she loved walked away after taking her virginity. Now she’s living in the city alone, determined to be the best paralegal she can and accept that she may very well never find her one true love.
Until an out of the blue phone call changes her whole life.
Cupid she’s not—but she’s pretty darn close.
Nothing in the world feels better than finding her clients the perfect date. Finding one for herself might be nice, but creative bill paying is not for accomplished doctors in their forties. Satisfied customers keep the electricity on.
Everything in her life was fine until she quit her celebrity radio job to start a dating business. Two years, a cheating ex, and a very ugly divorce later, she’s back to living with her mother. Not that her mom isn’t great, but come on.
With her cop ex-husband doing everything he can to ruin her business, she’s at her wit’s end. Throw in another cop who makes her want to believe in love at first sight again and life is a mess. Another sexy bad boy cop is the last thing she needs.
When Blake Sinclair, an enigmatic, handsome billionaire meets Penelope Green at an exhibition selling her work, he becomes not only spellbound by her beauty, but by her art. Her entrance into his life, other than evoking steamy passion, opens up a part of Blake hidden from himself. She manages to go where no one else has ever gone: to the heart and soul of this damaged man.
Sinclair soon finds himself swimming in uncharted waters. Although he’s not new to addiction, this time it’s not just sex that’s got him in its tantalizing grip, but something deeper and more powerful. Penelope’s not only a hot temptress, but a kindred spirit who knows what “dark” feels like. When he learns that she too has secrets, Penelope becomes his obsession. His need for control is constantly challenged by her feisty independence, feeding an unhealthy desire to possess her.
Blake soon discovers he’s being pursued by Dylan Fox, a nasty character who grew up terrorizing him as a boy. Now running a criminal empire, Fox drags Sinclair into the center of a sex scandal involving the rich and powerful. Whilst being pursued by a criminal gang, Sinclair works behind the scenes on a dangerous exposé, involving big names, to clear his name and to protect Penelope and his freedom.