Getting It Right
Selene Pertunda has no trouble attracting a man. She just can't seem to find the right one. From abusive husband Robert to tattooed bad boy lover Kevin, Selene draws men to her like bears to her honeypot. The problem is that none of them proves to be a good fit.
Sure she will never find a shared happiness, Selene has no way to suspect she's drawn the attention of a powerful goddess. So she scoffs at the idea that the handsome man who begins to play a large part in her life could be her destiny. After all, what could worldly, educated Beck McNeal want with a small-town girl like Selene?
Selene and Beck try to their best to resist the inexplicable mutual magnetism flaring between them. But can two ordinary people avoid the decree of the Goddess of Desire?
"To the One I Never Forgot"
First love. Lost love. There has only ever been one love for Gianna. Zack was the first boy she fell in love with, the boy who went away and—without a word of explanation—who never came back. When Zack went into the military straight out of high school, he thought he was making the first move toward a decent future with Gianna. So when the first thing she did was cut off all communication, he thought their love had become a thing of the past.
Years later, when Gianna can’t make a go of a relationship with any other man, she starts searching for Zack. What she finds is a website where she can leave an anonymous message for the one who got away. Gianna assures herself that Zack will probably never in a million lifetimes stumble across her bittersweet reminiscence, but the words of nostalgia become a post full of longing for the one she never forgot.
The Widow's Window
And he thought playing peekaboo with the boss was just for kicks.
Madysen Collins needs help. Her husband has been killed fighting a fire, her all-grown-up daughter has gone off to college, and the details of running a historic ranch are constantly piling up on her. Not used to being anything resembling a lady in distress, Madysen is shocked to discover she's begun looking at handsome Antonio Marquez as more a knight who doesn't need armor to shine than her immigrant ranch hand. As things progress to too hot to handle between them, Madysen worries whether Antonio is capable of handling her secret. Little does she suspect that Tony has deep secrets of his own! Toss in Madysen's recently divorced and remarried brother who shows up wanting to move back to the historic family ranch, the question of whether Madysen's daughter can handle her mom's burgeoning relationship with the hired man, as well as the sudden appearance in Tony's life of a surprise from his past, and the situation at the formerly peaceful Wyoming valley ranch threatens to blow up.