Book #1 of the Wild Men Series
A Second Chance Romance...
Colton Wild isn’t just the famous football player everyone sees on their television screen.
I met Colton one summer vacation when we lined up on opposite sides of a flag football field. He was the cocky kid with clear blue eyes and a constant smirk. When he picked me up over his shoulder and ran with me the length of the field, I wanted to hate him.
But somehow we were the last two left around the campfire that night. We talked for hours under the stars. And when he kissed me, I didn’t want him to stop.
The next morning, I left.
I thought I’d never see him again.
And for ten years, I didn’t.
Sky Rosewood was the one that got away, the fiery redhead with a temper to match.
It felt like way more than a teenage crush, but what did I know back then? Plus she gave me a fake phone number, not to mention a false last name. I tried everything to find her, but it was like she’d disappeared into the ethers.
Ten years later, I’m out for my morning beach run and I crash into…Sky Rosewood, just before she gets knocked out by an errant wave. I try to be a gentleman and give her mouth to mouth, but she comes to and tells me off, her temper still intact. And so is my crush.
Except now Sky’s a woman. A beautiful woman who agrees to give me the right number this time.
I’ve got my second chance with the woman I never forgot, and there’s no way I’m letting her get away again.
Book #2 of the Wild Men Series
A No Strings Attached Romance...
I’m no waitress. I’ve never carried food or drinks through a restaurant in my life. Except when I was stealing to feed myself. But I’m not that person anymore.
Tonight, thanks to my crappy boss, I’m standing in front of Dylan Wild at the Super Bowl after-party, asking him if he needs a refill.
And just like a stereotypical professional athlete, he hits on me.
Sure, he’s the star quarterback. Sure, he’s hotter than hellfire and sin. And finally, a man who’s taller than me.
One wicked glance, and my whole body is screaming his name already.
But I’m not the kind of woman Dylan Wild wants, not if he knew who I used to be.
So I say no. And walk off, telling myself I’ll never see him again, anyway.
Tonight I’m the king of the sporting world. And I’m lonely as hell, because I can’t trust a soul.
Then a statuesque blonde lightning bolt with dark clouds in her eyes offers to get me a drink.
And I know right away I need her.
But I fumble my chance with her. And then she’s gone.
Until that same mix of stormy angel goddess turns up in the middle of the desert at our team function. Except now I know her name—Jasalie Gordon.
And Game On.
Jasalie’s guard is up, though—and I know when I’m about to get sacked. So I throw her a Hail Mary…be my honorary date to this weekend’s charity event. No sex, just business. Unless she decides she wants more.
Book #3 of the Wild Men Series
A Friends to Lover's Romance...
I promise to keep my hands to myself tonight.
No matter how much I want Ayden Wild, I will not, should not, absolutely cannot, have sex with him.
Ayden’s always been my lifeline. My lighthouse in a raging sea, guiding me home again.
Warm, safe, rock solid, erect….Oh GOD, I just can’t stop myself.
Ayden’s always been hot, but this summer, his body’s distracting me so much I forget what we’re talking about.
So I keep my ass glued to my barstool, and I flirt with the guy next to me. He’s not Ayden, but he’ll have to be my distraction.
But Ayden’s acting…different. Like he wants something but he’s not telling me.
Bella Wesley is driving me crazy tonight.
She’s letting that douchebag flirt with her, and buy her drinks, and ask her out.
I should be the one she’s looking at that way. I should be the one holding her hand. And I desperately want to be the one taking her into my bed.
But we made a pact to strictly be friends. To make sure we’d get each other through the dark times. And we did.
It doesn’t mean I didn’t want her every damn moment since then. Of course I handled it the only way I knew how—I dated everyone but her.
So I know a distraction when I see one.
But if I tell Bella how I feel now, right before I leave town, it could screw everything up.
And if I don’t?
I’LL REGRET IT FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.