SWEET by Skye Warren:
We shouldn’t be together, but everything about him draws me. His intensity, his kindness.
And the way he looks in those custom tailored suits.
One night when he’s outside my bedroom, I give him a sexy show. And in doing so, unlock pandora’s box. The cost of my freedom may be the man I’ve come to love.
REASONABLE DOUBT by Whitney G.:
My rules are simple: One dinner. One night. No repeats.
This is only casual sex. Nothing more. Nothing less.
At least it was , until “Alyssa”…
She was supposed to be a 27 year old lawyer, a book hoarder, and completely unattractive. She was supposed to be someone I shared law advice with late at night, someone I could trust with details of my weekly escapades.
But then she came into my firm for an interview–a college-intern interview, and everything f*****g changed…
STEP BACK by Katie De Long
When Malia’s career as a professional ballet dancer ended, she burned a lot of bridges and hurt a lot of people, including her childhood love Ben.
Now she’s in the wrong place at the wrong time. What could be worse than ending up in your first love’s lap…while stripping at his brother’s bachelor party?
Praise For Billionaires and Ballerinas
“This story was lovely and so engaging, I could read it over and over. The flow of it and the prose had the elegance of a ballet performance. Somehow Rose’s elegance flowed through her into the story. The ending was so incredibly romantic and fit the characters perfectly.” – Ms Romantic Reads
“I love a second chance at love story and this one warmed the heart. Miscommunication and unfinished business sees these two get a happy ending for now.” – Karen’s Book Haven
“The Reasonable Doubt series is one of the most addictive series, if not THE most addictive series, I remember reading. If you haven’t read Reasonable Doubt vol. 1, read it NOW.” – Kathy Reads
“Whitney could not have written a more intense or passionate duo. Everything about these two is scorching and they take that with them into every interaction they share. Their conversations and impromptu encounters radiate heat and need.” – Prisoners of Print