Honor Sheldon had been amused, enchanted, intrigued…and yes, seduced by the letters from her mysterious paramour. She had responded in kind, crafting messages of consummate passion and…well, naturally, of desire.
Then she discovered that the letters had been meant for her gorgeous sister, Helen. And when she met Adam Blake, her image of a passionate, poetic man completely disappeared. Before her stood an aggravating, mistrustful cad who threatened to have her arrested.
Now Honor is Adam's very reluctant houseguest—forced to cope with Adam's rebellious daughter, his jealous sister-in-law, an eccentric mother and a very disturbing current of intense desire….
Harriet attended the company's New Year's Eve party in all innocence. It wasn't her fault that the punch she'd been drinking was stronger than expected—so that she'd ended up confiding in a gorgeous stranger about her broken engagement. How was she to know she'd been pouring her heart out to the chairman himself, Marcus Fox?
…at the office party!
Now Harriet has to work with Marcus. Luckily, she's since changed her image, dyed her hair blond and is a model secretary. Unluckily, Marcus still recognizes her—and seems determined to punish Harriet for her reckless conduct!
"Susan Napier is a whizz at stirring up both breathtaking sensuality and emotional tension."—Romantic Times
The groom was having an affair—with his bride's best friend!
Jane had been desperate to stop the wedding. She'd had to prevent her best friend from making the biggest mistake of her life…. Marrying Ryan Blair would have been disastrous. He was too rich, too powerful, too hot to handle!
There was only one solution: to stand up in church and declare that she, Jane Sherwood, respectable businesswoman, was having a secret torrid affair with Ryan! It had worked. The wedding was finished. But now Ryan was determined to make Jane pay for his wrecked marriage—by making her his mistress for real!