Reese's Story "Delectable"(NFH)
Aidan's NFH "Irresistible"
Devastated: Anger Management #1
Furious: Anger Management #2
Desperate: Anger Management #3
Hollywood Hearts #3
Houseguest From Hell #1
Kale/Shifter Pyte #6
The 2nd Cursed Heart Book
Playing Hard to Get (Jared's Story) (NFH)
Honeymoon from Hell: 7
What happens when a Bradford with questionable OCD, a tempter and a reputation for making his employees cry falls for the woman that refuses to accept the fact that he’s fired her and was terrifyingly more of a Bradford than he was?
Well, we can’t share that here, because it would be seriously inappropriate, but we’re sure that you can see where this is leading…
To the altar or a stint in the slammer, either one is possible when it comes to the Neighbor from Hell Series.
Aidan’s book…. Expected in 2017 Excerpt: Don’t look! For the love of everything that was holy don’t open your eyes! she inwardly screamed at herself, praying that the crazed man cursing to himself as he continued to rummage through the room didn’t realize that she was awake. Hoping that he was too busy to notice, she slowly turned over onto her side, absently noting that although the bed was smaller than she was used to, it was surprisingly comfortable. Then again, should she really expect anything else from a doctor? Besides cleanliness, she amended as she cracked open an so that she could watch as Aidan stumbled around his messy bedroom, tearing through boxes while she lay there, curled →
Reese’s book… Expected in 2017 Excerpt: “How many men?” Kasey asked as she dumped a bag of ice in the old red cooler that she kept for days like this. “Three,” was Sara’s, her best friend since eighth grade, no nonsense response. “Women?” Kasey asked, running a hand through her short spiky hair as she opened the refrigerator and considered her choices. “Three women.” “Children?” “Seven, but they’re inside with the women,” Sara said, keeping a vigilant eye on the newly rented beach house next door. As the only permanent resident on this strip of beach, Kasey felt it was her duty to know what was going on next door, for safety reasons of course. Sara, the good friend →