Starting Over

"You can call me Sir."

Left with no option but to leave the only life she has ever known, Katherine White has packed up and moved almost three thousand kilometres for a chance at a new start, with a new job, in a new city.
When her best friend drags her to a masquerade party on only her second night in town, Kate has a chance encounter with a mysterious masked man that dominates her, pushes her limits and leaves her craving more. He tells her there is no long-term in their future, but he wants to continue to explore their sexual chemistry. The only trouble is, he wants their identities to remain a mystery.
Benjamin Hyde has been burned by love and has vowed to never let another woman stomp on his heart. His days are filled with successful business ventures, and his nights with one night stands at the club.
After reluctantly being dragged to a masquerade party by his best friend, Ben is surprised to find a girl that captivates him and he doesn't hesitate to take control.
When Ben's new assistant, Kate, arrives on Monday morning, a glimpse of a tattoo on the back of her neck throws a wrench into his perfectly sorted world. Could Kate really be the one that Ben had hooked up with?
Ben wants to pursue Kate, but she is adamant not to mix business with pleasure.
Normally he would agree, except when it comes to Kate.

Afraid to Fall

Event planner Jen Weaver loves weddings and romance—for other people. She'd rather focus on her career and leave the emotional stuff to her clients. When her best friend asks Jen to plan her wedding, resisting best man Liam Galloway is not on the agenda, but he tests her willpower anyway. An unwanted intruder in her thoughts and desires, he is charming, panty-melting, and persistent.
Perpetual bachelor Liam feels something inside him click into place when he reacquaints himself with feisty, beautiful, and assured Jen. Unfortunately for him, marriage isn’t on her bucket list. Determined to win her over by any means necessary, the hopeless romantic proposes fun with no commitment, hoping he'll sway her opinion on love.
Can Liam convince Jen that he's worth the fall? Will Jen accept that a career and love are not mutually exclusive? Or will she realize—too late—that some things are worth the sacrifice?

Capture my Heart

Avery Clarke was like any typical senior in high school – obsessed with her boyfriend and looking forward to partying at graduation. Except, sometimes life has other plans.
Fast forward seven years; Avery’s world consists of her waitress job at the local diner and more importantly her six year old son, Jacob.
One morning, a chance encounter with a hot construction worker named Reece, turns Avery’s world upside down. Avery is set on maintaining the delicate balance of her world and there’s no room for romance.
Reece is determined to prove to her that she can have it all. But when Avery gets the scare of a lifetime, will it pull the couple closer or will she walk away?

Making it Through

“I will always be there for you, Mady, always.”

One month later, I was slammed with the realization that some things you just can’t count on being true.
College sophomore, Madelyne Stewart, has it all—a wonderful home, a close-knit family, and great friends. But when tragedy strikes, it flips her world upside down. She struggles to deal with the chaos of her crumbling life.
On the brink of failing her classes, Mady reluctantly agrees to study with a tutor. Max Granger drifts into her life like a breath of fresh air. Not only is he intelligent and an excellent tutor, he’s funny, laid-back, and has the amazing ability to soothe her troubled soul. His striking looks top off a complete package any woman—Mady included—would want. Except, she isn’t looking to add anything else to her broken plate.
Can Mady find a way to make it though her pain and see what is in front of her? Will she take chance on Max? Or will the pieces of her heart be too broken to mend?

Breaking the Rules

It started as a joke…
I couldn’t wait until Valentine’s Day was over – not because I hadn’t ever had a boyfriend to spend the day with, but because hearts, flowers and ads for jewellery were plastered everywhere I looked.
And Cupid hadn’t gotten around to shooting his arrow for me.
Everyone thought I needed a man in my life to be happy, but I was happy being single. Until my best friend decided I needed a push to get back in the game, tricking me into attending a singles event on Valentines.
That’s when I met Sawyer Rhodes, the most deliciously panty-melting bartender I had ever seen.
It was just a joke, but he convinced me it might just work, and together we came up with a plan to convince our friends and family that we had fallen in love.
With a set of rules in place what could go wrong?