By Susan Mallery, Gena Showalter, Bella Andre, Lori Foster
4 unforgettable tales from the most important names in romance...
Falling in love isn't on Fayrene Hopkins's agenda for a minimum of 4 years, yet from her first actual kiss with fascinating Ryan Patterson, she's already midway There. In Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold, a few plans are made to be broken....
In Lori Foster's Buckhorn Ever After, the very last thing Nadine Moest desires is to be the most recent notch on stunning ranger Shohn Hudson's bedpost. yet Shohn is decided to win her trust--and her heart.
Kenna Starr will do something to beat her bad-girl prior in Gena Showalter's the only you will want. Dane Michaelson is precisely the type of man she must keep away from, yet he's used to getting what he wishes, and he wishes her.
Noah Bryant and Colbie Michaels are supposed to be--at least, that's what he thinks after they continue serendipitously assembly. Now he simply has to persuade her they're destined for every different, in Bella Andre's One ideal evening.
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I wasn’t thinking ahead. I did that duck-the-head-shyly thing, to show I was both modest and delighted. “Come on,” Nick said, tugging my arm. He pulled me past the plesiosaur and iguanodon skeletons and unlocked a stairwell. He prodded the button to call the elevator. When the thing came it had one of those old iron grilles, which he shoved aside for entry. He pressed me against the back wall of the box and kissed me. I didn’t see him again, even though he wasn’t yet gone. We avoided each other.
Linda Paul was this novelist, well, was a long time ago. She was kind of a big deal back in her day. Anyway, Linda always forbade Gretchen from writing a biography of her. She wouldn’t even let Gretchen have these. They were all boxed up in her attic. But now …” Gretchen was in the garden; we could see her through the window, kneeling, pulling up weeds. She had to identify them by feel. Liv said she worked out there to think. She said that you could tell how stuck Gretchen was on something by how she tossed or punished the weeds as she piled them up.
I said no again. I pushed his shoulder, hard. Nick was surprised. I was too. I mean, it’s fine to say no to anything, but this was abrupt. He leaned in to kiss me again. I don’t think he deliberately ignored me; I think he was just on a roll. So was I, frankly. I kissed him back, which was disorienting—he had a right to be even more confused. It was all so … There was this line. I wanted to be on one side of it. I tried to stay there, and haul him back. But he couldn’t see the line. All he knew was that I was still leaning into him.