The other one
One broken heart . . . Two lonely people . . . Three good reasons to learn to love again
After spending months alone, Jessica Jameson’s hellbent on numbing the pain of losing the love of her life to cancer by drinking enough whiskey that she can forget. Even if it’s only for one night. In the hotel bar, the last thing she expects is to meet a guy. A blonde-haired, green-eyed god, whose own experience of loss speaks to her bruised heart.
But afterwards, when she just wants to forget all about Daniel McIntosh she finds that’s easier said than done. After all, he’s the lead singer of Scoundrel, one of the world’s biggest rock bands. He’s also the reason for her missing period.
Now, having finally found her again, Daniel’s thrilled to be reunited with the woman he never forgot. There’s just one problem: Daniel doesn’t know he’s a dad. Can their relationship withstand him finding out? And, even if he can forgive her, will she risk her heart for a second chance at finding love.
A woman must discover the meaning behind a new virus affecting men before there are too many infected for them to be stopped.
When Samantha Davis and her boyfriend are involved in an accident, on the same day a new virus is identified, his recovery appears to be a miracle. Until he turns on her.
Determined to understand the changes in him, Sam joins with others to uncover more about the virus. But the knowledge they gather poses a threat. The infected men want to stop them. And soon.
Resolving to meet the threat head-on, Sam prepares for the toughest fight of her life but finds herself caught between two worlds; still caring for the man she once loved, as her affections grow for another, while fearing for her life and the lives of all women. As the net closes in on her, she must decide whose life is more important.
A business arrangement between two professionals… he just happens to be tall, dark, handsome and rich. And arrogant. Can they compromise or will she risk being compromised?
Natasha Watts finds her life in tatters just weeks after her world collides with Matthew Faulkner’s. He’s rich and arrogant - and every woman’s bad-boy fantasy. Every woman, that is, except Natasha.
Fiercely independent, Natasha knows better than to mix business with pleasure. But faced with losing her home she’s forced to consider Matthew’s offer: to act as one of his many girlfriends at the professional events he has to attend. Natasha vows to keep the work strictly professional—but nothing can prepare her for the sparks that fly whenever they’re together.
Now Natasha finds herself wanting more than he’s offering. There’s just one problem: the other women, including her best friend, Sophia. Is there any hope of a relationship with a notorious womanizer? Or is she willing to compromise, and risk being compromised. And if she does? What will be left when it’s all over?
Lily must learn that some choices come at a higher cost than others.
Caught in an unhappy marriage to a controlling man, who has become increasingly resentful about the hand life has dealt him, 37-year-old Lily Lambert finds herself approaching middle age, lacking in confidence and unhappy with her life.
Determined to do something about it, she resolves to get healthy. And stick to it this time. At the gym, she meets a new group of friends — including a man with bright blue eyes and killer abs — who open her eyes to what she’s been missing.
In the end Lily faces choices; but all choices have consequences, and
Hardy Somerville was Delilah Thomas’ first love. At eight years old, before she even knew what love was, she knew how it felt.
Then came music.
She’d thought at least music couldn’t hurt her. That was until it led her straight into the path of Cat Colton.
Cat promised he’d protect her, but how could he protect her from himself?