A single mother often lives by certain rules, and Angela Petrov has made certain to adhere to hers: Mom first, career second, and no man will meet her child unless they will be in her life long-term.
However, with her daughter now in college, the company she has worked at for over a decade facing major changes, and no lover in sight, Angela’s life has lost all its carefully construed and configured organization.
Her Naughty Cowboys
I’m marrying the man of my dreams. That’s the problem. I’m in love with 3 men of my dreams. So, I ran . . . and they followed. We’ve been best friends since we were kids, and we’re still best friends. But can these rugged cowboys really be my lovers? It’s my biggest fantasy. They’ve been like brothers to each other, and now that I’ve made a mess of my life, I’m going to need their loyalty and friendship to get through the blizzard that’s swirling outside, and the emotions that swirl inside my head.
Going Down on One Knee
Number-crunching Velma Johnson’s perfectly planned life is right on course. That’s a lie. Sure, she’s got the lucrative job. She’s got the posh apartment. But her sister nabbed Velma’s Mr. Right. There has to be a man out there for Velma. Hopefully, one who’s hunky, wears pressed suits, and has a diversified financial portfolio. He’ll be exactly like, well… her sister’s new fiancé. Badass biker Brek Montgomery blazes a trail across the country, managing Dimefront, one of the biggest rock bands of his generation. With the band on hiatus, Brek rolls into Denver to pay a quick visit to his family and friends. But when Brek’s sister suddenly gets put on bed rest, she convinces Brek to take over her wedding planning business for the duration of her pregnancy.
Una is the only person I ever gave a damn about, but she’s off limits. I’m grateful she only spends the summer with us. I can’t risk her getting involved in my life of crime. But now she’s here, all grown up, and this time, I don’t think I can stay away from her. When Una starts partying with Darragh, who’s as wild and unpredictable as they come, I can’t afford keeping my distance any longer. Bodies seem to stack up wherever he goes. Cleaning up his messes used to be annoying. Now I have Una to consider, Una to protect.