Brooke Robins is the personal assistant of brilliant but volatile architect Terrance Caldwell. They travel together to Dubai to secure a contract to design a new building for a powerful young Billionaire Sheik with surprisingly modern ideas. He’s fun-loving and energetic and embraces Western perspectives, which only fuels a growing attraction between Brooke and her exotic host. And as romance blossoms, Terrance grows suspicious and jealous.
His erratic behavior threatens not only the contract, but his life and Brooke’s as well. Has Brooke found true love and a new life in fabulous Dubai, or will she find it impossible to escape the prejudices and dangers of her former life in New York?
Looking back one last time at the home that used to hold everything she loved, Hannah Blaine turned back toward the road. Her lucky cowboy boots made impressions in the dirt path with each step. After 15 years with the only man she ever loved, it was time to go back home to Louisville. She hoped heading back to where her life began would help ease the pain from that horrific day. Hannah’s heart was, and always would be, with her husband.
Hollis Ackers could care less about women. Hell, he didn’t care about anyone. When his mother, the only woman he ever loved, died, he became numb inside. Motorcycles became his life, and the Louisville Biker Group was the perfect stand-in family.
When miss country-girl-in-her-cute-ass-cowboy-boots spills coffee on him it shouldn’t mean a thing. Or will it?
When two people who lost the will to love meet, what will happen? Can new love really heal all the pain?
In a family filled with happily ever afters, ugly duckling Addie has been jilted for the last time. There is no “one” for her, so why keep looking?
Playboy Marcus, a.k.a. The Love Doctor, orchestrates love twenty-two weeks a year on cable. Sure, happily ever afters are a crock, but creating the fantasy makes for must-see TV.
Addie is perfect for his latest venture, a Thanksgiving Day reality show with a “real” woman finding love on live TV. Only one problem, Addie wants nothing to do with the show or him.
By disguising his identity to try and convince her to do the show, will he discover that what she’s really perfect for is him?