After a childhood spent in hospitals and foster homes, Myla’s freelance adventure writing suits her perfectly. A couple of weeks trying out new things then move on. Now, if she can only get her guide to all things winter interested in helping her lose her V-card.
Sawyer’s lost his parents, his SEAL team, and his legendary Spidey senses. Now he’s faced with a sexy, secretive woman who makes him want things he has no business wanting.
When someone starts butchering the wolves Sawyer is trying to reintegrate, he ends up in the bush with Sexy City Girl whose titanium attitude is more than enough to compensate for her weak leg.
If Sawyer and Myla can’t learn to trust each other and themselves, they might not make it out alive.
Darby Banks’ yearly Reno List for her B&B is legendary. When her octogenarian guests start giving her fashion advice, she realizes she needs a renovation of her own. So along with fixing toilets and painting walls, she decides to buy some sexy lingerie and learn to flirt. If only her Risk List didn’t terrify her as much as the reason she’s been hiding in plain sight.
Quinn Charters has turned CharterGear Sporting Goods into a thriving business to spite his rich and rotten family. When they start contacting him with demands he wonders if its time to leave town. But there’s a certain B&B owner who makes him want to stay. If only he could figure out why he makes her nervous.
An accident that damages Quinn’s store has him staying at the B&B and helping out with the renovations. And wondering what else is hidden in that renovation notebook of hers. When Quinn’s brother returns to Bloo Moose to try to strong-arm him into helping out the family business, Darby’s anxiety jumps and Quinn digs deep to discover the cause.
Darby should have added Stay Alive to her Risk List.
Love Means Nothing in tennis, but Kami chooses it as a tattoo after her heart is shattered. Her mom’s death and a car crash that causes a career-ending injury make everything worse. Tired of the heartache, Kami decides it’s time to channel the dream she and her mom created. It’s time to open Kami’s Kamp, a tennis school for kids.
Being patient is a vital skill for Rayce LaChance. As a contractor and furniture maker, he knows that rushed decisions never pan out. Especially not in his personal life. When he broke up with Kami, he thought he was freeing her to pursue her career unhindered.
Now, Kami’s back in town and proving the Ice Queen reputation she earned on the court carries over into her daily life.
When an obsessed fan becomes threatening, Rayce proves he’ll do anything to help. But Kami isn’t sure her heart is up to the risk.
They’ll both have to take chances if they’re going to find out if Love Means Nothing or Everything.
After a shootout, FBI Agent Rebecca Lin has gained temporary custody of her partner’s son while the man battles to survive. Unused to children, Rebecca decides to hide in Bloo Moose, a town she encountered in a previous case. No one in their right mind would ever look for Rebecca in a fishing town.
Gage LaChance runs LaChance Lodge, builds boats, and spends as much time in his woods as possible. After the death of his high-school girlfriend, he lives on the surface, never sinking too deep. Life is good and he plans to keep it that way.
When the uptight agent he met last spring arrives with a kid in tow, Gage knows something’s up. Agent Lin couldn’t pull off “camping with a nephew” if a tent popped out of her briefcase. Who camps with a briefcase?
Worried about the kid, and drawn inexplicably to the woman, Gage jumps in to help Rebecca learn to relax.
Because she lets her guard down, the people looking for the boy find their way to Bloo Moose. Taking off into the woods, they’ll need Gage’s skills and Rebecca’s cool if they’re going to keep the boy safe.
Thanks to her outrageous onstage costumes, pop star Trina can conceal her identity while working in Bloo Moose and writing her next album, all while avoiding a stalker.
Running a Sugar Shack should be easy for a burned-out lawyer, but Jack is soon in over his head. His sweet and sexy new office manager isn’t helping with his focus.
Unaware that his last case has ongoing repercussions, Jack attributes the problems at the shack to Trina’s errors and his inexperience.
When evidence points to false conclusions, they’ll both have to learn how to trust if they want a future together