This work is sensual but clean.
Miguel Torres left his family behind years ago and cut ties. At the time, he couldn't forgive the lies and worse that tore them all apart. Then he gets a call from his dad pleading for him to come home. His oldest brother is dead, and his two youngest brothers aren't quite grown. Against his better judgement, Miguel returns to the small town where he grew up in Stump Valley, Texas.
Jasmeka Small loves family and loves people. She never thought anyone could get under skin until Miguel Torres shows up at the ranch where she works. Miguel is angry. He's mean. He's judgemental, and he's--broken. From the first moment they meet, sparks fly, and Jasmeka wonders if she should give in to the attraction she feels for Miguel. She's in no position to fall in love with him, and he can't stand the thought of staying in Texas.
There can only be one solution...
** interracial romance, multicultural romance, contemporary romance, latin hero, cowboy romance
They didn’t mean to fall in love…
Brenda Morrison has known Jay Santorini for years, but he’s off limits. He’s her friend’s ex-husband, and except for one slip-up, they’ve always had a platonic relationship. But now that she’s back in Atlanta, the smoldering attraction between them is much harder to resist.
Jay has always kept a hands-off approach to Brenda, and the time they spend together starts out innocently enough, or so he pretends. Because the truth is, Jay has feelings for her, and those feelings are anything but innocent.