Staff Sergeant Adam Taylor is an explosives expert in the British Army but his relationship with Evie is a ticking time bomb. After thirteen years they find themselves in the trenches of change. Will they survive?
At 17 I knew Evie was the one. All the missing pieces in me, the broken bits of being orphaned and unloved, she filled. All I’ve ever wanted is to give her EVERYTHING. But now she wants me to leave the army so that we can start a family, but the military is all I know, and the only way I know how to provide...I’m not sure I can walk away from it or her.
I’ll never forget the day I met Adam, and we laughed at the irony of our names...it felt like fate. When we met I was lost and found all at once. Ours is the real deal, the kind of love story that makes people roll their eyes. But it’s been thirteen years. It’s time to start a family, but a family means Adam needs to quit his dangerous job and I don’t think he can. Trust Me is a second chance romance that’ll make you laugh, cry and believe in forever love all over again.
Seven years ago, college student Hill Taylor attended a journalism conference and ended up having an intensely hot hookup in a coatroom with a too-sexy stranger.
Hill is now a successful publicist for rock’s notorious bad boy Tommy Kaine, who’s about to dish the outrageous dirt in a tell-all written by tabloid reporter James Spencer Sutton (aka The Hollywood Hatchet) – Hill’s coatroom hit and run. Problem is, Tommy’s got a secret that Hill has been sworn to protect and more importantly, keep the still-too-sexy Sutton from uncovering.
Picking up where they left off seven years earlier, Hill and Sutton get swept up in a lusty fling. But with stakes much higher this time, not to mention a misguided proposal, a disgruntled movie star on the war path and a very pregnant sister with no filter, will it finally be love or loose lips that sink this situationship?More info →
Faith Thompson never thought she’d see Chase Stevens return to the small town of Mercy. She certainly didn't expect him to come back as her new landlord, set on selling the home she's had for the past seven years. Faith never found the courage to tell Chase how she felt back when they were still friends, and she’s determined to keep those old feelings dead and buried now that he’s back. After all, it devastated her the last time he left, and Chase already has plans to leave again for his life in L.A. But the more time Faith spends with Chase, the harder it is to ignore the way she’s always felt about him. With potential heartbreak looming on the horizon, Faith has a decision to make: does she take a leap of faith and tell the only man she’s ever loved how she feels, or does she push him away and let her heart heal for good?More info →