End of Story by Kylie Scott
New York Times bestselling sensation Kylie Scott’s sexy, smart and unconventional opposites-attract love story looks at what happens when fate refuses to give up on what’s meant to be…
When Susie Bowen inherits a charming fixer-upper from her aunt, she’s excited to start living her best HGTV life. But when she opens the door to find that her contractor is none other than her ex’s best friend, Lars—the same man who witnessed their humiliating public breakup six months ago—she isn’t exactly eager to have anyone around whose alliance is with the enemy. But beggars can’t be choosers, and the sooner the repairs are done, the sooner she can get back to embracing singledom.
Things go from awkward to unbelievable when Lars discovers a divorce certificate hidden in a wall and dated ten years in the future—with both their names on it. It couldn’t possibly be real…could it? As Susie and Lars work to unravel the document’s origins, the impossibility of a spark between them suddenly doesn’t seem so far-fetched. But would a relationship between them be doomed before it’s even begun?
The Rising by Jodi Ellen Malpas
You can’t rise from the ashes if you’ve never been burned.
When notorious mafia boss Danny Black and lethal assassin James Kelly join forces to hunt down a mutual, elusive nemesis that threatens to destroy them both and take control of their city, they know they will be entering a deadly game. A game they must win if they are ever going to live in peace with the women they love away from crime, corruption, and death.
But peace is an illusion, love is a daily torment, and death will always follow them.
As power starts to slip from their grasp, enemies re-emerge, and old, personal demons return to haunt them both, they finally accept they can never leave their world if they want to stay alive. So they need to protect it at all costs. No matter the consequences. No matter the losses. No matter the pain. They must make choices no men should make. Kill more ruthlessly, love more fiercely, and hate with more rage than ever before.
They’re capable. Ready.
But nothing prepares them for the secrets they uncover and the betrayals they face. Or the personal sacrifices they must make to rise again.
This is The Rising
Love After Us by Claudia Burgoa
USA Today bestselling author Claudia Burgoa pens the conclusion of the Covert Affairs duet.
Their lives are in danger.
And he should let her go.
The Organization has one rule.
Never leave any trail behind.
But apparently, I did, and after almost seven years, they came after me.
It wasn’t enough that they killed my best friend.
Now they want to kill me.
I owe my best friend my life, and now I put his sister in danger.
I’ll do anything to keep her safe, even if it breaks my heart.
Love After Us is a heartstopping, second chance, best friend’s little sister love story that you don’t want to miss. It is necessary to read After the Vows first.
Made for You by Natasha Madison
From Wall Street Journal and USA TODAY bestselling author Natasha Madison comes
A brand new stand-alone enemies-to-lovers grumpy/sunshine sports romance.
A spin-off from the Only One series
I did the last thing I ever expected to do. I bought a boat. A beautiful boat that was all mine to spend the summer on.
Only thing I was looking forward to was the calm being on the water brought me.
A place where I wasn’t a hockey dynasty princess or the only single girl of the family.
What I wasn’t looking forward to was the broody man in the boat next to me.
I was at the top of my game two years ago.
Then it all came crashing down.
I hung up my skates and vowed to never play again.
I was good at hockey, but hockey was bad for me.
I planned to spend my life on my boat with my dog.
Alone. Happily alone.
Until she came along.
You Can’t Kiss the Nanny , Brady Banks by Piper Rayne
The Kingsmen’s best wide receiver.
Hot as hell.
A stallion in the sack.
How do I know that last fact? I may have shared a one-night stand with him six months ago when I was rebounding from a broken heart.
I didn’t forget him, but I was done with him, until I discovered he’s the single dad of the boy I’ve been hired to nanny.
It’s near impossible to ignore my attraction to him now that we’re living under the same roof—but I have no choice.
First, this job pays well, and I need the money to move out of my parents’ spare room.
Second, he’s a public figure and there’s no room for me to get caught up in a scandal with him—I can’t disappoint my parents again.
Third, men like Brady were built to break hearts. I barely managed to piece mine back together after my failed engagement and Brady would do irreparable damage if I gave him the chance.
Let the longest three months of my life begin…
Hail Mary by Kandi Steiner (Live 2.15)
I used to think I loved him.
But that was before I hated him.
He doesn’t remember who I am, or how he made my life miserable for years. And before I unknowingly moved across the street from him, I couldn’t have cared less. I was living my life despite him and what happened that summer, chasing my dream of becoming a tattoo artist.
“The Pit,” as the university so gracefully nicknamed the house he lives in with three other football players, has served as nothing more than a pain in my ass and a constant reminder of the boy who broke my heart. Watching him parade his one-night-stands in and out of it never helped, either.
But with rent this cheap and so close to the tattoo shop, I’ve learned to ignore him — no matter how he’s tried to get under my skin.
At least, until this summer. Because when a water and mold disaster leaves me with no choice but to vacate my house, I have nowhere to go. And Leo Hernandez offers me a deal I can’t refuse.
Live at The Pit with him and the guys, free of charge, until my landlord fixes this mess.
Ignoring him was easy when I lived across the street, but in the same house, with him shirtless half the time and watching me with his cocky grin and searing gaze? It’s impossible.
Still, I have to try. I have to push him away, even when he makes it infuriatingly difficult to do so.
He’s broken my heart once.
I won’t let him do it again.
The Red Herring by Calia Read (Live 2.16)
When I came back to Charleston, I intended to take back my future and my one true love, Asa Calhoun.
Life had different plans for me, but it seems it always did.
As I try to move forward in my life, years of memories and passion between us refuse to stay buried in the past, leading me back to Asa.
But, so do the dark, sordid memories of my married life. I came back home a different person, with good reason.
Many things changed me over the past six years, including both love and betrayal. If I don’t face these truths, I might lose myself, and Asa, forever.
When I married Juliet Breymas I tried to replace the one person I wouldn’t allow myself to have, my Nathalie.
I never expected she’d return from Savannah.
Throughout the years we would came together, only to drift apart. Sometimes by choice, other times by chance.
But one thing always remained the same. I couldn’t seem to stay away from her, my one true love.
Life should be different now. I have a wife and much to look forward to.
Yet once again, it’s Nathalie I want, Nathalie who I keep turning to, Nathalie who allows me to be me.
And the woman I married, who seemed so perfect at first, well, she isn’t what she seems.
The longer I stay married to her, the more certain I am that Juliet has secrets she’s hiding.
Many things have changed in my life, but if I don’t discover the truth, I risk losing Nathalie forever.