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!
"I can't deny that it's a common male fantasy to be seduced by a beautiful stranger who conveniently vanishes afterwards…."
Vanessa could kick herself! It had been a simple misunderstanding…how dared Benedict Savage imply that she'd deliberately set out to seduce him? The very idea was outrageous, he simply wasn't her type! No matter that he was the last word in cool, suave sophistication—he was also her boss, and a formidable sexual predator into the bargain. But Vanessa had no intention of falling prey to his dark charm—had Benedict met his match at last?
Too Close for Comfort!
Anne: it was a daring deception, but she always put her family first. Her sister desperately needed some time alone and Anne would at last have the chance to study at college. But there was something—someone—she hadn't bargained for….
Hunter Lewis: visiting professor and Anne's very attractive neighbor. He was soon immensely suspicious of her….
However, Hunter's arrogant assumptions about Anne made it easier for her not to let him into her apartment—or into her heart. For it would be disastrous if Hunter discovered that Anne had been left—quite literally—holding the baby!
Byt the author of Savage Courtship.
"Susan Napier is a whiz at stirring up both breathtaking sensuality and emotional tension that keeps readers booked till the boiling point."—Romantic Times