Campbell is a former teen heartthrob and rock star. Now, he's a single father who moonlights with a small band and teaches private music lessons. One night at The Grouchy Owl, he spots a brilliant, gorgeous woman that he just can't resist. So, he doesn't. It turns into a one night stand that Campbell never wants to end. He would love nothing more than to explore an actual relationship with Mackenzie. Too bad his next music lesson is her son! Oops 😦
Book 7--For the Love of a Good Woman Series. The final installment in this series completely wrecked me. It took me awhile to come to grips with the ending. I'm not going to give any spoilers, but it doesn't have a happily ever after ending that most romance novels have. Ryan has been craving what …
New York’s hottest fireman just got hotter. As a top journalist, I’ll do anything for a story. The hotter the story, the better. And hot’s just what I get when Stone Black from the Fire Station 128 came into my life. Love wasn’t part of the plan, but those gorgeous green eyes and a hose big enough to put out my fire won me over. I try to keep it physical, my career allowing no time for romance, but I soon learn there’s more than meets the eye with Stone. He’s not just one of New City’s finest fireman, he’s a loving single father. Now, he’s ready to tear down my professional boundaries, to take what he wants.
Farrah Knight has spent the last six years caring for her ailing parents. She is going to spent time on herself and have an adventure. Selling her parents' home and moving to Seattle for a new job is the next step for her. Until...Farrah hit a stray dog. Max sat beside Farrah while Nash was treating the dog. The three bonded over the animal. Nash felt an instant attraction...Farrah wasn't far behind. The only problem is that Farrah's house is on the market. After only a few dates, the house sells and her Seattle roommate asks her to come early. Will Farrah follow her heart to love ...or to adventure?