SOMETHING SO SWEET
SHE’S A DREAMER STUCK IN A RUT
Big dreams. Tierney Chandler had 'em. Why else would she leave her small town--and her picture perfect fiancé--behind? Nine years later, the town's still small, her dreams are mostly still dreams, and her still-perfect ex is still interested. But so is his ridiculously charming cousin. Maybe it’s time to ditch her failing dreams and try something new…
HE’S A DREAMER STUCK ON HER
Jack Elliott is a baker making his dreams come true one golden, flaky pie crust at a time. Years ago, those dreams included Tierney. At least until his annoyingly perfect cousin swooped in and stole her away. But Jack is determined not to let that happen again. And, this time, he’s not going to wait until it’s too late.
TOGETHER, CAN THEY MAKE NEW DREAMS COME TRUE?
With a little magic potpie, some ’80’s hair metal, and lots of steamy kisses, maybe Jack can convince Tierney that he’s the dream she’s been waiting for.
GOODNIGHT & GO
RULE #1: NEVER STAY THE NIGHT
Happy ever afters are for suckers, and Cat Keller ain’t no sucker. Not for dimples, not for abs, and definitely not for the guy sporting both. She has rules for a reason, dammit. Except this one-night stand turned consistent booty-call isn’t following her rules. He’s already broken one. It’s only a matter of time before the rest come crashing down. So why can’t she walk away?
RULE #2: NEVER BRING A BOY HOME
Jude Oliver—radio deejay and local heartthrob—knows firsthand that love doesn’t ALWAYS work out. He also knows that Cat has heartbreak written all over her. He should leave while he still can. But night after night, they crash into each other, and Jude knows there’s no leaving. At least not with his heart intact.
SOME RULES WERE MADE TO BE BROKEN
With a little ice cream, a few boy band sing-alongs, and a lot of determination, Jude is defying Cat's casual code. Soon, Cat can't help but wonder if he's the one guy worth breaking ALL her rules for.
READY TO RUN
SHE SIDESTEPS FEELINGS LIKE A PRO
Comic book artist Sunny Oliver is prepared for anything. Rabid fans? No biggie. Zombie Apocalypse? Piece of cake. Her older brother's best friend? Er…not so much. He's obnoxious. He's gross. He's…hot? Back in high school, Ben Owens made her feel invisible. But now he sees her. And the way he's looking at her has her ready to drop her walls…AND her pants.
HE'S A MASTER AT DODGING COMMITMENT
ER nurse Ben Owens is a one girl kinda guy. One girl a NIGHT, that is. As a rule, he doesn't get attached. Sunny Oliver has always been the exception to that rule. Years ago, he made a promise to keep his distance. Breaking it could cost him. But if it's such a bad idea, why does it feel SO good?
BUT NEITHER CAN OUTRUN LOVE
With each pizza shared and every digital zombie vanquished, Sunny and Ben rekindle the friendship they shared years ago. Only, this time, something's different. Will they give in to their newfound feelings, or will past promises--and past hurt--send them running in the opposite direction?
MAKE A MOVE
HE’S LOOKING FOR A YES
Nate Kim has it all. A successful comic book career, a booming business, awesome friends and family. Except, his younger brother just got married, and his older brother just announced baby number three. And...well, Nate has never been close to any of that. Literally. Every time a girl finds out he’s never, uh, been intimate, she hightails it in the other direction. What’s a thirty-one-year-old virgin to do?
SHE’S GOTTEN GOOD AT SAYING NO
Enter Birdie Oliver. She’s a razor-sharp tattoo artist with no ink of her own, who’s mastered the art of avoiding forever. She didn’t mean to make out with Nate Kim. And she DEFINITELY didn’t mean to like it so much. After all, she learned years ago that saying yes meant losing parts of herself. That’s SO not happening again. No matter HOW good those kisses were.
WHAT THEY GET IS A WHOLE LOTTA MAYBE
One drunken night ignites something neither of them expected, but there’s one problem: Birdie doesn’t know Nate’s secret. Will Nate’s V-card send Birdie running, or will she be the one to finally make a move?