Once upon a time there was a very happy couple who had wild, hot, passionate, seductive nights every day, and every night. But that’s not all they had between them. They had love, and trust, and respect. He adored her and treated her like a queen. She was so very good to him, and made his life complete. Their sexy marriage was the stuff dirty fairytales were made of.
But there was one thing they didn’t have.
One thing they both secretly wanted.
One thing better than pearls.
Enjoy another visit with Lauren Blakely's sexiest couple ever, Julia and Clay, in this brand new novella!
Say Hell, Yeah.
But if she happens to be my business partner’s daughter? And she’ll be working in our practice, where we’ll be rubbing elbows every day? Also, have I mentioned she’s
as dynamic, brilliant, and captivatingly sexy as ever?
A smart man would say no.
A wise man would say no, hell no, and never.
And I’m a pretty smart guy.
But see, Sloane has issued a hell of a challenge—make her purr like no man has ever done before, and if there’s one thing I know I can do, it’s make a woman feel oh-so-good in the sheets.
The lady knows where she wants to go. What’s the harm in a few nights…and then a few more…spent taking her there? And the more I discover what brings Sloane satisfaction, the more I want to discover every little thing about her.
The trouble is Sloane might be my dream girl, but my professional dreams are tied to my partnership with her father.
Am I too far gone to resist the woman who got away?
Watch out world -- I’m ready to date again.
The seven years I invested in my ex left me with nothing but scorch marks from the way he peeled out and left me at the altar. I’m not looking to put my heart into a relationship any time soon.
What I am looking for? To have some freaking fun. My best friends can’t wait to set me up with suitable single guys, and soon I’ve got three promising prospects. Then I bump into Chris….
Clever and funny, with a sexy surfer’s bod and a brilliant nerd brain, he has just the right screwdriver to fix my hard drive. (Yes, the one for my computer.)
I wouldn’t mind dating him. The trouble is he just proposed to me—to be the new dating guru on his TV show—and I said yes.
Don't get your honey where you get your money.
I’d make a sign or put that mantra on a tattoo, except I’m not likely to forget it, given that the last time I mixed business with pleasure, it almost tanked my career. Now? I play by the book.
That hasn’t been a problem until McKenna. She’s engaging and fun, quick with a snapback or a sensitive, sensible reply—perfect for my TV show. Too bad she’s also perfectly kissable.
But I lock my feelings down. We’ve both worked too hard on our careers to let our connection go further than some sexy banter…and, okay, one impulsive, fantastic kiss—no matter how much our boss, our fans, and our friends propose we make our on-screen chemistry an off-screen romance.
What happens when you meet the right person at the wrong time?