Her Best Friend
What if her best friend turned out to be her soulmate? Julie Hughes had a plan for her life. But that plan didn’t include moving home after college, single with no job. And it definitely didn’t include falling for her best friend. Travis never asked out the one girl he wanted to in high school. But it’s against the rules to date your best friend. Hoping things can be different now, Travis jumps at the chance to hire Julie at his store. But his plan to spend time with her is foiled when she tells him she signed up with a dating app.
What Are Friends For?
I’ve got a problem. A big one. It involves a blindfolded kissing game at a party. I was supposed to be kissing my crush, Jeremy, the totally hot baseball player I’ve been crushing on. And the kiss…it’s amazing. Makes me forget all about my overbearing mother, my next-door neighbor’s drama, and the probability of failing my senior year.
He wants out of the friend zone…she doesn’t believe in happily ever after. Relationships are not in Lauren Gentry’s playbook. The only kind she’s willing to consider are friends-with-benefits and even a red-hot and sexy hockey player like Dave Martin isn’t going to change that. Right? When those chocolate brown eyes threaten to melt her defenses she has to remind herself that demons from her past could rise up at any moment. Which is going to be pretty hard to do, since she loses herself every time they touch.
The King and the Kindergarten Teacher
Esmeralda Pickett reigns over the subjects in her kindergarten class. She’s probably the last adult who still believes in fairy tales because all the stories do for her young charges is put the kids to sleep. Esme dreams of being swept off her feet by a charming prince, so when she’s saved from the dangers of texting while walking by a real live king, she’s certain her storybook romance is set to begin. Though sparks fly between the king and the kindergarten teacher, the pages get stuck when Esme learns that the monarch can only marry a woman of royal blood. And while she’s a true blue New Yorker, her blood is as red as it comes.