Sleeping with the enemy can be fun.
In hopes of getting her fiancé to consummate their relationship before the wedding, Amanda convinces him they should check out the apartment her father gave her as a gift for their upcoming nuptials. But there is one parameter she doesn’t know about—the apartment is not empty yet, and the current tenant has no plans of moving.
Derek has had a hell of a few months. His girlfriend turned out to be a cheater and then stole his restaurant. He’s not about to also give up the place he’s called home for three years, even if his hot but infuriating landlady threatens to move in by the end of the week.
When Amanda's lease is up and her fiancé is caught with a half-naked woman, she and Derek need to find a way to survive their forced cohabitation. (Previously Love or Magic, Book 3)
Colin Daniels is shallow, and proud of it. He only concerns himself with people who live up to his standards of beauty, and his best friend's new girlfriend is found lacking. Which wouldn't matter, if Colin didn't find her sexy despite his better judgment.
Brad Miller thought he was being attentive to his girlfriend's needs when he talked his best friend into having sex with her, but if Becca's taught him anything, it's to be true to himself.
Becca Keith was never a one-man woman until she met Brad. When he comes to her with a confession and a suggestion, Becca has to choose. She can stay with Brad, leave him, or give in to something that might make her happy beyond her wildest dreams.
NOTE: The story includes two stubborn, confused, and very hot guys, as well as a big beautiful woman, who enjoys herself with more than one partners. (Previously Love or Magic – Book 2)
Crossover novelette between the Fated Lovers and Unlikely Lovers series.
Alice is spending the holidays with her best friend’s cat, while everyone she knows is out partying. To add to the fun, a huge stray dog just made a mess of her parents’ living room, and her dreams are haunted by the sexy stranger she slept with almost six months ago.
Quinn thinks he wasn’t always a dog. He can’t be certain, because the killer migraines kick in. His collar reads Prince Charming, and he may turn out to be just that, if only he manages to remember that one important thing in time for… What?
All Quinn’s sure of is he knows Alice. All Alice needs to do is believe in magic.
And they’re both running out of time.
Note: This is a short companion novella to The Tenant.