Recently returned to duty after an emotional crash over the death of his former partner, Detective Glen Gold knows he can't afford a single infraction. But when he’s assigned the Hennessey case, the challenge of identifying who’s behind the threats grows increasingly complicated by their deepening attraction.
As the line between personal and professional begins to blur, Gold’s badge isn’t all he could lose if he doesn’t shut down Eden’s stalker in time.
Lauren McKay and Wes Dunlop saw their moment slip away when he left for college. Now, fifteen years later, Detective Dunlop just walked into the domestic violence shelter Lauren runs and the sparks fly, reminding her why she never got over him.
Sylvia Coulter knows if she could go back and give her younger self some hard-earned advice, it’s unlikely she’d get through to the misty-eyed romantic. She’d tell her there’ll come a day where she’ll begin to fear her husband. Sadly, innocence truly was bliss––bliss with an expiration date.
While Lauren and Wes imagine a future together, the Coulter’s marriage implodes. When Sylvia runs, she unwittingly brings danger with her. As tensions at the shelter escalate, Lauren wonders, is this where her newfound happiness is destined to end too?
With college behind her, all Dani wants is a stress–free break to figure out her next step. Aware her mother’s yacht is currently docked on Pelican Cay, she returns to that beloved place, assuming she’ll be welcome. She assumed wrong.
The time to experience a moment with someone is not when you catch them in your mother’s stateroom toweling off after a shower. Dani's shock and outrage at having a face-off with one of her mother’s conquests turns her stomach. Yet, how can she forget his shame, their spark? Is it even possible to forgive his mistake and love a tarnished Hero?
She called, he came, but Ryan didn't exactly conquer. Is it too much to hope that Naomi will give him a do-over? She can't avoid him. Not when he's walking her down the aisle, But who ever heard of a bridesmaid getting cold feet?
A widowed dad in love again,
Recipes are good just recognize,
Sometimes it’s better to improvise.
Piper Frost is embracing her newly-single status when contractor Chad Thomas crashes her cooking class. Distractingly handsome, his very presence upsets her. She doesn’t need this. Not him. Not now. But she’s met her match and Chad knows exactly how to melt this Frost.
But Drake Carver is more than just a brain in a beautiful package, he’s resourceful and, much to Charley’s surprise, fun to be around. However, only when their lives are on the line does she learn he’s tougher than he looks.
Suddenly, her secret, burning question, ‘Are you strong enough to be my man?’ becomes 'Am I strong enough to love this man?' Will they get the chance to find out?
Brilliant leaves and crisp clean air aren't the only things to blow into Meredith McCoy's quiet neighborhood. But when her tranquil autumn morning is by the noise and belching exhaust of a small engine, she and her sexy new neighbor clash. It looks like the old adage, fences make better neighbors, is actually true. Or is it?
Perhaps there's some common leaf-strewn ground to be found for these two after all.
Blessed with a set of pipes and self-taught on guitar, Shasta’s band, the Velvet Bitches, is on the fast track to fame and fortune when she blows her voice on their first major concert tour and everything comes to a grinding halt. After vocal cord surgery, she’s sent to Blake Adams for voice training. It’s either that or forfeit her recording contract.
It’s no surprise they’d clash. They’re polar opposites. Blake Adams is an elitist, a snob. The product of the best musical education money can buy. She doesn’t know whether to hate him or hear him out. Not given a choice, they start working together and she’s making progress when he strays upon a secret she’s hidden from everyone, including her bandmates. Suddenly, the man tasked with saving her career now knows something that could potentially end her musical aspirations for good. Can she trust him?
After years of covering war zones, journalist Dylan Bond is home, though not without scars. Intimately acquainted with violence, sacrifice, and loss, he’s battle fatigued and ready for a little peace and happiness.
When an accident literally sweeps Ariela off her feet and into Dylan’s arms, there is no turning back, but does she have the courage to love a man destined to return to his risky profession? Or will her fear of following in her anguished mother’s footsteps become the wedge that drives them apart?