Dark, dirty, dangerous ... lawless.
This is a twelve story anthology about all the sexy lawless couples you could possibly dream of. The one thing they all have in common is a lot danger and a lot of sexiness. These would be great to read before some alone time with your other half or with them!
The King of South Side by Loralynne Summers
Gentleman Jackson by Nicola Cameron
Hungry Eyes (The Covenant) by Gwendolyn Casey
Vandal by Amber Morgan
Given to a Killer by Sam Crescent
Angel Mine by Maia Dylan
Kiss of Death (Dark Heart) by Sandra Bunino
Hitman's Seduction by Olivia Starke
Hitman's Angel by Elyzabeth M. VaLey
Eli Logan's Return by Lila Shaw
Trust by Kait Gamble
The Last DiLuca by Beth D. Carter
I can only say I had hard time picking just one story as my favorite. They each are perfect for romantic suspense readers such as myself. If I had to pick just one…damn I can’t! It’d be a three-way tie between Angel Mine by Maia Dylan, Kiss of Death by Sandra Bunino and Hitman’s Angel by Elyzabeth VaLey. They had the best stories that really packed a punch in such a short span. I wasn’t so crazy about the MC stories. Maybe because lately they all seem to have the same plot? One thing all the stories did deliver on was the sexy factor! Yummy!
If you’re looking to get a glimpse into some sexy stories but not commit to anything too long, Lawless should already be on your tbr list!
Well, who doesn't love a 2nd chance story where the hero and heroine are older, smarter and more appreciative of the ... ahem... finer attributes brought on by age? If you don't love those things, shame on you. If you do, THIS is the book for you.
The Five Star imprint is all about the luxuries, the opulence of a resortish hotel chain. The fantasy locales...the exotic tales of romance and heated passion. What can ruin the perfect fantasy? A misunderstanding. A secret long ago buried that comes to light. Teased enough yet?
This five star imprint read is a five star page burner of a read. Jackie (the rich princess who had everything and turned away from it all) and Logan (the boy from the wrong side of the tracks) are brought together by a wedding at The Five Star Hotel. Shamed by her family name (even though it's a good one), Jackie is living the life SHE wanted -- independent, solitary, when she is called on by her BFF Caroline (another rich girl with all the trappings of the good life at her fingers) to attend and be a part of the wedding. When a groomsman skips out on his duties, the groom snags Logan and brings him on board as the replacement groomsman. Problem is the past between Jackie and Logan was never resolved and now they're back together, giving and taking from one another in all the nest physical ways one can imagine in a location meant for steamy romance.
The characters and dialogue in this one make it a page turner. Even though I thought I'd read every second chance story line I could possibly come across, this one is fresh and fun. When the past brushes through their romance, the way this author crafted the character responses is original and believable. Definitely a 5 star read. Can't wait to see more from this author.
Did I mention -- 5 STARS!!!
Natalie Carter's software programming life gets an immediate upheaval when her best friend from college and wealthy business owner Sebastian shows up begging her to play the role of his wife on a trip meant to woo a potential client. Natalie reluctantly agrees and the weekend of acting begins in Thailand. However, it takes a turn one evening where a vulnerable Natalie's deepest desires are made reality after a thunder storm. Will Sebastian finally act on Natalie's long unrequited love for him or is she another fling that shouldn't have happened?
I enjoyed this story, while it was short there was enough background information and story building done for it to be fully enjoyable. Sebastian immediately caught my attention as being a somewhat dominating alpha male however he has just enough of a soft side to allow for Natalie to take charge when she needed to. His vulnerability in the later pages of the story is a nice change of pace from most stories in this genre. I give this novella four stars for the fiery spirit of both main characters and the plot. The only points of the story that I was not fully engaged in were the supporting characters however that is likely due to the length of the story. A great read and I would highly suggest this author!