What happens when your neighbor hires you a stripper?
It starts one hell of a prank war. A war that involves goats, phallic chandeliers, stolen kisses in the rain, strawgasms, and eating out on the kitchen counter.
A war that could damn well involve two hearts and a plan. Her plan doesn’t involve falling in love. His life doesn’t involve plans.
This could be a problem.
Once upon a time Garrett Frost, bad boy of professional golf, found out he had a two year old daughter.
Okay, okay, it wasn’t that long ago. His escapades are still in the media, and his sponsors are all in a tail spin, but his daughter sure is cute.
That’s where I come in. I’m his nanny. The kid’s nanny. Of course, I’m not his. He’s older, my employer, totally off limits. And I can’t forget that, even if he makes me want to fall for him with every lingering gaze, each secret touch.
He’s trying so hard to reform his professional image and be the father his daughter deserves. If anyone knew he was screwing his nanny it’d be all over the media, ruining his sponsorships, and affecting his relationship with his daughter. Or worse, convincing everyone we could be a family.
But Garrett Frost’s family is the game and his daughter. There’s no room for me. So why does it feel like I’ve finally found my forever?
James Frost is all work and no play. He’s made billions as the CEO of Frost, Inc. He can broker a deal between two pissed off Irishmen and the devil, and still walk away with a smile and not a wrinkle in his Armani suit. As his assistant, I’m faced with his dashing presence every day.
Can you blame a gal for having a crush?
So when he asks me to help him find his perfect woman, I throw myself at him. Only James Frost would never mix business with pleasure. He’s never looked at me in that way. I’m so mortified, I quit on the spot.
But a freak accident leaves him with a few broken bones and amnesia, and me with a dilemma. I’m playing nursemaid, at his beck and call, until my two weeks’ notice is up. And that raise I never thought I would get from him might be on the table after all. But how far am I willing to go before my pride demands I cut bait and move back home to London?
Looking for love is difficult when your life revolves around a four-year-old. For Evie Lane, who nannies for one of golf’s elite, dating is non-existent. Between a girl, a duck, and studying, Evie doesn’t have time to select appropriate date night underwear, let alone meet the man who might get to see said undies.
Until she stumbles onto the online dating game, Puppy Love.
Puppies? Love? Long sunset walks and warm snuggles? Puppy Love might be just what Evie needs. All she has to do is go on three dates and pick the perfect guy, er, dog for her Valentine’s date. It ought to be easy.
Except for Max, the gorgeous dog walker with the sexy smile and dreamy eyes. She shouldn’t let this bad boy charm her. She definitely shouldn’t let him throw her a bone. But with each doggy date they spend together it becomes harder and harder to deny the chemistry, even when giving in to it could cost her job and leave her open to a lawsuit from the show.
She can’t help but fall for him when he’s so charming and sweet and…
A liar. Maxwell Holt is a liar.
“If you like rom-coms with a lot of heat and snort-inducing laughs, you won’t want to miss this book. All the books in this series are great, but Danny is my favorite character of all.”
Are you single and desperately need a date for that work function, your brother’s wedding, your mother’s retirement party?
Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Rent-A-Danny. I’m the perfect arm candy, and I’ll pretend to be whatever you want me to be, for a price. And I’ll rock your world if you ask nicely.
No, wait, that’s not what my super hot manager, Ronnie Frost, told me to say. Although some of my clients have used that term when describing my dating advice.
Yeah, that’s right: I’m a dating guru. I help people find their happy ever after. And I’ve never had a dissatisfied customer.
Except maybe myself. Problem is: the woman I want is my manager. And she swears business and pleasure don’t mix.
Alex Darling just wanted a costume for his boss’s Halloween party. What he wasn’t expecting was to run into his childhood neighbor, Victoria Reuben. Nor did he expect to get drunk and pass out in her bed. Nor did he expect to challenge her to go out on ten dates with him—without sex.
Victoria Reuben isn’t interested in love. She prefers her sex without emotion, thank you very much. And then Alex Darling stumbles back into her life and forces her to question everything she thought she wanted. Problem is, Victoria has a secret, and when Alex finds out, he’s going to wish they’d never crossed paths again.
It’s the exciting (and maybe super sweet) conclusion to the Sexy Bad series!
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