CEO of a #1 matchmaking website, Michael Vilander knows all the algorithms for the perfect connection. Yet, he's nothing, but alone. After all, running a billion dollar company doesn't leave much time for falling in love. Putting his own company to the test, he meets a sexy and innocent woman online, hoping to land a date for the esteemed Valentine's Day Gala. But what he gets is so much more than he ever imagined.
Twenty-four year old Sophia Baldwin is in over her head as she tries to makes ends meet. Her dreams of being a nurse are on hold while she cares for her ailing grandmother. Connecting with the charming and sexy mogul changes everything for the drowning exotic dancer.
But Sophia goes too far when she blurts out their engagement to a roomful of envious ears at the Valentine's Gala. Now, they have thirty days to prove how truly in love they are. Can a month of make-believe turn into something real or will Micheal's past destroy everything they've built?
When Lina Armstrong runs away from her old life—walking out on her job and leaving behind her family—the best thing she can do is reclaim her true self. No boss. No family. No men. No anybody. Then comes handsome stranger Dylan Truman threatening to wreck her alone time at Pine Lake. Yeah, he’s cute and all, but so are the elk and that doesn’t mean she wants to share a condo with them.
When the blizzard hits and whiteout conditions make it unsafe for either of them to go anywhere, they are forced to stay put in the condo together. What started off as a bad thing, starts to turn into something good. Two weeks with this cocky hard body? Alright, if she must.
It shouldn’t be a problem as long as she can keep her hands to herself and stop imagining if his tongue has as much stamina as the rest of his body.
Jade Devereaux loves her job as a landmark preservationist. Preserving history is important for all generations—if only she could get her landlord to agree. Receiving notice that The Rink is going through a large overhaul, she comes up with a plan to stop renovations. It is, after all, the same building her parents got engaged in forty some years ago. It is a place where her mere existence was created.
Jade already lost her mother and with her dad now dying too, Jade is more determined than ever to do anything to honor her parent’s love story. Learning that the tall, dark and handsome man she plays poker with is the same man who is going to renovate the building, gives Jade a run for her money.
Already having a crush on Zander—he’s definitely a five-card stud—and finding out he’s the one that has plans to destroy part of the building, has Jade going all in. Will her attempts to stop construction push Zander to fold? Or is it possible that by saving her parent’s love story, she’s also making her own?