The first 3 books of Violet Rae's popular Claiming Series:

Claiming Ivy


I've been in love with Ashton, my father's best friend, since I was eighteen, but I know I don't even register on his radar - until one night when he steps in to deal with my bitter ex-boyfriend hellbent on teaching me a lesson.


I've hidden my feelings from Ivy for years - after all, she's forbidden fruit. Right? Taking her home with me may not be my best decision ever because once she's in my bed...all bets are off.

Claiming Lily


I've built my IT business from the ground up with equal amounts of hard work and dedication. I have everything money can buy... except the one thing it can't - the love of a good woman. When a brunette goddess walks into my office to interview for the position as my new personal assistant, it only takes a split second to realize that she's the missing piece of my heart. All I need to do now is convince her that I'm the missing piece of hers.


No one is more surprised than me when IT genius, Callum Rogen, hires me as his personal assistant on the spot. There's just one problem... Callum is everything I've ever wanted in a man. Tall, hot, and far too sexy for his own good, I want to do things with him that are definitely not part of my job description but it's only a matter of time before the chemistry between us explodes into something less like business and a lot more like pleasure.

Claiming Daisy


The last thing I expect when I return to my hometown in Colorado is to be accused of stealing by the new sheriff. Drayton Saunders is big, blunt - and totally beddable! But I'm back to take care of my sick mom, not get all hot and bothered over the local sheriff, no matter how unexpectedly sweet and sexy he turns out to be. There's a reason I left Garland three years ago, vowing never to return - but can the love of my sexy sheriff convince me to stay - for good?


My only priority is ensuring the safety of my residents, which leaves no time for love. Besides, an horrific tour in Yemen has left me with too much baggage and too many scars for most women. My heart has been flatlining for years - until five-and-a-half feet of curvy perfection by the name of Daisy Jenkins breathes new life into the dormant muscle in my chest. But Daisy has scars of her own - scars that sent her running from Garland three years ago. I just hope my love will be enough to persuade her to stay this time, and build a new life here - with me.