It's official.

Brand Cole is a pain in my ass.

He's also my boss and the sexiest man I've ever laid eyes on.

But when he comes to my rescue after a minor accident, I get an unexpected glimpse of the man hiding behind the wall he's so carefully constructed around his heart - a man I could so easily fall for.


Fran Foster was mine from the moment I laid eyes on her.

She just doesn't know it yet.

My emotional scars run deep, but Fran's nurturing soul and healing touch make me feel whole again.

Life is handing me a second chance - and I fully intend to grab her with both hands.


I've been in love with Asher for as long as I can remember.

But this headstrong, billionaire rancher wants no part of me.

He says I'm too young.

He's wrong.

Asher still sees me as the girl I was.

It's time to show him the woman I've become.


I'm a man of few weaknesses.

Cassidy is one of them.

She's my Kryptonite.

Too beautiful.

Too Tempting.

And completely off-limits.

Almost losing her is the wake up call I need.

I just hope I haven't left it too late to claim the only woman I've ever loved.


I promised the woman who practically raised me that I’d take care of her property following her death. More importantly, I swore to protect her granddaughter from the man trying to take control of the estate. Marrying Belle is a small price to pay to give Cora peace of mind in her final days. After all, it’ll be a marriage on paper only, just until Belle turns twenty-one and inherits her grandmother’s estate. Then we’ll go our separate ways. Simple.

Until our wedding day, when I see Belle for the first time in years. Gone is the skinny girl with frizzy hair and retainers. In her place is a blue-eyed, blonde temptress. Suddenly, things don’t feel quite so…simple.

This marriage is supposed to be platonic. A means to an end. But one look at Belle and I know keeping my hands off my new bride will be the toughest challenge of my life.

Belle has no idea how beautiful and effortlessly sexy she is. Controlling my ever-growing desire for her proves harder with each passing day. I want her—not just on paper, or in name only. I want her as my wife…in every sense of the word.