My secret to happiness is to be completely upfront with what I want and, trust me, it has nothing to do with Laney’s heart. Her lips? Hell yeah. A few other parts of her body? You better f*cking believe it. But her heart? Nope. Not even a little. Until it does…a lot. Forget I said that. I don’t have feelings for anyone. They were all ripped out of me when I was a kid.
Trapped with the Secret Agent
Terrorists have taken over the American embassy in Koutu, a small Middle Eastern country with huge oil reserves. This is not good news for the Ambassador’s claustrophobic personal assistant, Georgia Masters, whose composure is tested when she’s locked in a small dark small storage room by the terrorists. Then her worst fear is realized when they throw a man into the storage room with her.
I never expected to see Wyatt back in town again. Never… ever. I also never expected to end up being married to him. To clarify, our marriage is as fake as plastic. He was my brother’s best friend. And he didn’t hesitate to break my heart ten years ago. Disappeared into thin air and joined the military. I couldn’t even call him to say that I was pregnant. I’d been quietly living my live with my daughter before he showed up.
Marine Erik Storm intends to keep the promise he made to a dying mother. Protect her two young children, survivors of the bombing that left him barely able to walk. He moves into his grandparents’ house in coastal Maine next door to a childhood friend. Tessa Porter is no longer the shy little girl from his youth, but a life in foster care has left her leery of people. When his custody of the children is questioned she offers to enter into a marriage of convenience to boost his case. They don’t expect the sparks that fly or their growing desire. When their marriage becomes real they have to find ways to heal together or risk losing their perfectly imperfect family for good.