Eluding the Billionaire

by Cate Lane

Dealing with one temperamental author who is making demands on my time is all part of the job.
But when the author turns out to be my hot Scottish one-night stand from two months before, a publishing contract is the last thing on my mind.
Why did he disappear while I slept? And now appears to have tricked me into travelling miles to see him.

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Category: Contemporary Romance


by Rachael Herron

Grace is doing just fine—she doesn’t need help, especially from a man whose very nickname is unhealthy. Tox Ellis is the hazmat expert at the Darling Bay Fire Department, and he knows what compounds to keep apart to prevent explosions. Why, then, can’t he seem to stay away from Grace, the woman who seems to think he needs fixing? Is Darling Bay ready for the chemical reaction Grace and Tox generate whenever they’re in the same place at the same time? And who will be standing by to put out the flames?

This heartwarming, hilarious, and red-hot contemporary romance will leave you wishing for a marina view — and a hot fireman — of your very own.

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Category: Action & Adventure Romance

Press Your Luck

by Ajme Williams

Rules for dating your hot, much older boss:
1. Don’t fall in love.
2. Don’t meet his family.
3. Keep it light, fun and hot.
4. Don’t let him get you pregnant…

Todd Marshall is my hot boss billionaire I’ve been semi-successfully resisting… until I fall into his lap at a wedding.

Suddenly he’s no longer the intimidating handsome playboy who pays my bills. He’s a man I cannot keep my hands off of.

I break all my rules with him.

All hell breaks loose when his ex arrives in town with their grumpy teenage son… in time for me to realize I’m going to have Todd’s baby, too.

Everything will be okay… I just have to keep this pregnancy a secret.


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Category: Contemporary Romance

I’ll Be Seeing You

by K French

The story begins in 1939 on a hot day in June. Henry Shepherd is a young steelworker who longs for a better life away from his factory job. Middle-class Frances has a burning desire to become a star on the silver screen and leave behind Sheffield for a new life in America. The opening of the book sees Henry out walking in the countryside, his way of escaping the pollution of the city. He gets lost and tries to make his way home by following his broken compass, which leads him fortuitously to Frances, who is on a day trip with friends. Henry rescues Frances and her friends when their car comes off the road. There is an instant attraction between Henry and Frances – but they have no way of knowing if they will ever see each other again because of their different social backgrounds.

But theirs is a love that is meant to be, and, by chance, they bump into each other at a dance in Sheffield. They soon begin a relationship and fall in love, despite their differences and their young age. As their relationship develops so do the tensions in Europe.

Henry invites Frances to meet his family, who welcome her, all except his mum, who begs her to walk away. She feels Frances will break his heart.

Frances knows her parents won’t approve of Henry. Her mother wants her to marry a man of similar social standing. Frances decides to keep her relationship secret, but after Henry asks Frances to marry him, she decides to tell her parents about him. Her parents, as she predicted, don’t approve and her mother warns her to stay away from Henry, but her mother’s threats make Frances even more determined to be with him.

Then war is declared. No one is certain what the future will bring. Henry receives his conscription papers and under pressure from that and caught up in the romance, Frances insists they marry before he leaves but naively still doesn’t tell her parents.

Henry leaves for Europe. Unbeknownst to Henry, Frances discovers she is pregnant. When Frances doesn’t hear from Henry, she fears the worst. Months of anguish later, she is devastated to discover Henry is missing in action. Frances’ world falls apart. The one thing that keeps her going is her son Harry, who she gives birth to during the night of the terrifying Sheffield Blitz.

Henry has in fact been captured at Dunkirk and sent to a POW camp in Poland. His love for Frances keeps him alive and he finally manages to escape with help from the Polish resistance. He is desperate to keep his promise that his lucky compass will always help him find his way back to Frances. He journeys home to be reunited with Frances. The war is far from over, but their love has survived the worst of it. The story ends summer 1941.

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Category: Historical Romance