The set begins with the story of Ashton who lives a tormented life in the Louisiana plantation home that once belonged to his father. It’s drafty, tattered, torn, and haunted. When his high school girlfriend comes back to town, she refuses to let Ashton continue to waste away and be tormented by the ghost of his father. Only problem is…Ashton doesn’t want to be saved.
In the second book we meet Cameron, a crooner of dark, evocative ballads that have the capability of melting more than just hearts. Cameron is a drifter, and despite not wanting to be tied down himself, wants to do just that to his long-time girlfriend. But Meg is not so easily influenced by his dark mystery and refuses to let herself be compromised by his lifestyle.
And now that brings us to Max—pompous, high-handed and tenured professor of English at LSU who thinks women are to be seen and not heard. That is until his office assistant of six years finally gives him a glimpse of just how dark and depleted his life is.
Gabriel, the artist, is dealing with his own demons from the past that he hasn’t been able to shake. When he meets an exotic dancer, the one thing he’s been searching for over the past ten years is found. The only problem is, Mirabelle has needs of her own.
In the fifth and final book we meet Zach. His production company is a magnet for trouble and when his cleaning woman shows up with much more than a mop and bucket, he’s instantly attracted to her mystery. As the days fall away, trouble heightens and Max is forced to make a life-altering decision.
Why spend the evening alone when you could spend it with five brothers who are successful, sexy as hell, and in need of more?
She’s on the run…he’s ready to catch her.
Cammie’s in a bit of a situation since her mother died, leaving her with a stepfather she doesn’t know very well. When he turns to alcohol to soothe his grief, Cammie knows she’s got to leave the only home she’s ever known. She needs money and knows Zach’s got the means to provide. All she needs to do is convince him to promote her from cleaning woman to adult film star.
Zach’s production company is in need of new talent…someone fresh faced and innocent. Cammie would make the perfect addition to his adult catalog but the idea of her on video for millions to see doesn’t digest well with him.
The temperature outside dips while the atmosphere between the sheets is toasty warm. Cammie lays on the pressure, giving Zach an ultimatum, but he’s not easily pressured and is resolved to offer her his protection and love, no matter the risk to his heart.
Production is halted as love blooms in this heated novella.
He’s ignored her for years, but then she wasn’t wearing…that…black…dress.
Max can’t be bothered with trivial matters like getting the name of his unglamorous little office assistant correct. He’s the vice president of the largest university in Louisiana. Just last week he secured donations totaling over ten million dollars. When the VIPs come to town they come ready to play, and Max is always most accommodating. Surely his student assistant can overlook his mispronunciation of her name.
Cara’s boss is an über ass. In fact, Cara has nicknamed him Professor Maximilian von Doodoo. His preference is to be called Vice President David, pronounced Dah-veed, but she just can’t see calling him by his preferred status quo when he can’t even recall that her name is Cara not Clara. However, Cara has a few tricks up her sleeve and is prepared to teach this professor a lesson.
The teacher becomes the student in this contemporary novella.
She’d given up on forever…
He wasn’t looking for love…
But sometimes crossed paths pave the way to destiny.
Mirabelle had entered into a no-sex pact with her best friend and the first one to break it had to perform a penance. She didn’t savor the idea of performing a striptease to Madonna’s Like A Virgin. On the other hand, she really needed to have yummy, life altering sex with Gabriel David. Hmm…what to do?
Gabriel had found his muse in Mirabelle and so much more. Forget painting her—he wanted to possess her. But she was a master at holding back. Fortunately, Gabriel thrived when met with a challenge. He’d coat her with every color in his palette until it became impossible for her to resist his spectrum of affection.
She wanted a lover. He needed a muse. Together they found forever.
He’s a rock god who leaves many broken hearts in his wake…
…but there’s always one who is unforgettable.
Cameron David is a rising star of indy rock and he’s breaking hearts all over the South. He knows how to drop smooth lines on the stage and in the bedroom. When he’s denied by the one woman he actually has feelings for, even strumming his favorite song can’t lift his mood.
Baton Rouge Thirty Nine news anchor Megan Price has had a couple of one-nighters with lovable crooner Cameron David. However, she’s realized there is no future to be had with the promiscuous drifter and has resolved to leave him behind—far behind—as she accepts a gig at Toronto News Twelve.
Hearts rock and emotions roll in this contemporary novella.
In one night he lost everything.
She lost the promise of their future.
Ashton David lives a tormented life. The Louisiana plantation that once belonged to his father and gleamed like a diamond now stands in ruin. It’s drafty, tattered, torn, and haunted. Ashton has tried to walk away many times, but something exists that pulls him back.
If she closes her eyes tight, Harmony can remember the Ashton who took her to junior prom. But it’s been over a decade and years of grief have left him unable to tolerate the sight of her. The love they shared is now crippled by heartbreak and despair.
Everyone in town knows Ashton is unlovable, but Harmony isn’t interested in what they have to say. She’s back, armed and educated, and she’s ready to take on the beast. But even angels become discouraged when left alone to fight demons.