WANTED: Single dad needs nanny–In more ways than one.
Martin “Brick” Bricker is living the good life. He’s playing the sport he loves, has all the women he can handle, and parties like a rock star. At twenty-six, he has no interest in slowing down or taking anything seriously–except hockey, of course.
Then a knock at his door changes everything.Suddenly he’s the single father to a five-year-old daughter he didn’t know he had, and he’s trading his playboy ways for Barbies.
Amelia Stacey struggles to make ends meet and juggles her day-care job with a full load of college classes. When she’s offered a temporary, two-week nanny position making more money than she imagines, she jumps at the chance. Before she knows it, she’s in over her head, not just with her five-year-old charge but with the girl’s hot single father.
Brick always goes after what he wants, and he wants Amelia. Only responsible Amelia doesn’t want anything to do with the party boy. Struggling with fatherhood and his unexplainable attraction to his nanny, Brick has to figure out where his daughter and Amelia fit into his life.If they fit at all.
But one thing’s for sure: Brick can’t block this shot straight to his heart.
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!
Wait – Time doesn’t matter…Just open this book – we’re serving
Cocktails for Ten
Let your reading palate tingle with romantic encounters or be heightened by thrilling mystery and suspense or become tantalized by something surprising and totally unique!
That’s our goal in serving up these ten full-length novels by USA Today and International Best Selling Authors.
USA Today Best Selling author Donna Fasano’s Following His Heart – “Fasano delivers tender honesty and sweet sexiness in this beach read.” Publishers Weekly
Ashley Fontainne’s Suicide Lake is a “thrilling mystery with a hint of romance.”
Elaine Raco Chase’s Dangerous Places was Romantic Times’ Top Hot pick for romantic suspense “twists, turns, a few laughs and sex.”
E.G. Fox’s Award-winning Lucky Dawg Meets Lucky Lucy is a romantic comedy that’s been called: “the X-Files with a little sex.”
Dee Dee Covas’ Dandelion Soul “a love story with a twist of fate.”
Diane Nelson’s Points on a Curve “she’s got wingspan, he’s got the nose for news. Together it’s a match made on and off the court.”
Lorne Oliver’s The Cistern “a non-stop read – hang on to your sanity.”
Ashley Goss’ Sexual Desires – “raw sexual interaction and deep emotion.”
Michael Cody’s Where Power Resides “action packed roller coaster of a read.”
Angie Dokos’ Mackenzie’s Distraction “can Mackenzie let go of her past & embrace a chance for happiness with Trevor?”
Some lucky women meet the man of their dreams and live happily ever after. Some lucky women focus on a career and make their own happily ever after. And then some women wake up after fifteen years of marriage and discover that their luck just ran out … right into the arms of another woman.
Jana Embers isn’t one to sit back, though. The first thing Jana realizes she needs to do is empty the joint bank account, then she’s thinking she might take a tire iron to her soon-to-be-ex-husband’s truck. After that, she’s not sure what she’ll do … Maybe she’ll adopt a cat.
Very quickly, Jana decides she doesn’t need a man. A perfectly sized and shaped device and writing about the perfect hero will more than suffice. Determined to share her philosophy, she pens You Don’t Need a Man, encouraging women everywhere to go out and experience life instead of waiting for a man to complete them.
Three years later, Jana has a New York Times bestseller and a contract for a movie adaptation, but she also has a shoulder injury, which has put a crimp in her new carefree lifestyle. Worse yet, she can’t write. Her only hope is Dr. Adrian Kijek, a renowned physical therapist who hates her simply because she wrote a book about not needing a man, or so she thinks …
Twenty-four year old Phoebe Hawley is on a quest to find her family a home. On the road with two siblings, twelve year-old Maydean and five year-old Willie-Boy, Phoebe is out of money, out of gas and out of patience. Now the only things she owns in abundance are Hawley backbone and Hawley pride–neither of which she can trade for food or gas. A collision with Gage Morgan puts Phoebe’s mission in even worse jeopardy–until Phoebe discovers Gage Morgan owns the perfect place for the Hawley clan. But! Gage has a bruised ego, an iron fist on his heart and is the unlikeliest man in the universe to offer a helping hand. Phoebe wields all of the pride, backbone and country smarts she owns to worm her way into his life. Nothing works. With time running against her family, she plies one last inducement–her scarce feminine wiles. And those are not a sure thing.