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Bedside Manor: A Billionaire Baby Romance

A Hollywood socialite. A billionaire heart surgeon. One night of passion that changes everything.

Beau has a pattern of choosing the wrong men. After too many heartbreaks, she’s choosing a break from love. It’s not very glamorous but Beau’s become a superstar at avoiding handsome heartthrobs. That is until her best friend’s wedding.

Bedside Manor is a sexy and sweet billionaire baby romance. If you like Mick-dreamy doctors, steamy private jet rendezvouses, and heart racing romances, then you’ll swoon over this satisfying love story.


My Two Husbands: A Hilarious Love Triangle Serial

Natalie Quinn lives happily with her husband Kyle. But her ex-husband, Jake also lives with them in the loft over the garage. Somehow this odd arrangement seems to work until memories of the past begin to flood this unconventional fairy tale. Has Natalie ended up with the right man?

My Two Husbands is like a romantic sitcom book. Each chapter flips between the past and present. You'll fall in love with Jake and Kyle and who knows, maybe YOU can choose who she ends up with.


Lingerie on the Floor

I have a passion for lacy designs. But my lingerie business is in trouble. If I don’t find an investor before I return to L.A., I’ll be forced to close my London boutique. The good news is the top fashion magazine wants to feature Kate Golden Lingerie in a double page spread. The bad news—they want me to model my lacy thong.
How can I say no? I care way more about sexy lingerie than I do about love, until him.
Drew, the insanely hot photographer I keep crashing into. I can’t help myself. He drove me wild during our boudoir photo shoot. Those eyes, delicious mouth. The way he feels between my legs when I’m riding on the back of his motorcycle. He’s a rich, bad boy, who only dates models. Sooo not my type. I’m not his either. But we can’t keep away from each other, even when we try . . .