Happy Easter, if you celebrate it. If not, happy Sunday 🙂
Here’s all eleven novellas for your early morning viewing pleasure…
Eleven authors come together…
…to give you ELEVEN all new, sizzling southern stories of seduction. There’s so much heat packed into one set that you’ll be fanning yourself from page one until the very end! Be ready…we’re going south, where it’s hot and steamy…and we’re not talking about the weather!
I lost my virginity at age thirteen. I know what you’re thinking, and the answer is no. I wasn’t raped or molested. Nothing horrible happened to me. I didn’t have a daddy complex or a shit life I needed to be rescued from. I just happened to like boys…a lot. I like them all. Tall, short, skinny, buff, light hair, or dark—I don’t discriminate. My favorite kind, though, are the ones who like other boys too.
I realized early on that one man isn’t enough for me. It’s a simple mathematical fact. Why have one man when you can have two? Any more than two gets complicated. But it’s worth it. Sometimes every woman has to make an exception though—two crappy losers or one smoking hot man.
The night I laid eyes on Hunter Coy, I made my choice.
At least until he introduced me to his best friend, Mason Wynn.
Kip Taylor is everyone’s dream. His one downfall is that he’s a player. He can have any woman he wants in town—state even, and he knows it. There’s only one woman Kip wants. Trouble is, he hasn’t met her yet. Until then, he’s going to fill his dance card with the Johnson girls; Maggie, May, and Missy.
Shelby never thought she’d see Rison, Arkansas again. She’s been estranged from her extended family for over a decade. Things happen and sometimes the only place you can find solitude, is the very place that has raised so many questions in your life.
She was looking to start her life over.
He was looking for his to truly begin.
Neither one of them understood the power of kismet until the day their eyes locked. From that moment—in their heart of hearts—they knew that the other was The One.
Bobby and June were the best of friends as kids. For two years they spent every waking moment together. And just as they started realizing they had potential to be more, Bobby was unexpectedly uprooted to Las Vegas.Fast forward fifteen years.Bobby is now a guitar hero of a very successful rock band. June is wasting away, working at a local diner, and married to an abusive man. Devastating events send Bobby back to Texas to deal with some unsettled issues. When he runs into June, she’s all grown up. No longer that blonde haired, pig-tailed little girl—now she’s the Queen of the South with tanned legs, sexy curves, and more beauty than all the groupies combined. Problem is, June is a shell of her former self—that is, until Bobby brings the spark back into her life.
What happens when a typical bad boy rocker comes across a sad country song? Why, you get the sweet sound of Rock Country.
One summer forever changed the lives of Sawyer Callahan and Cheyenne Hamilton. Two very lonely people found solace in one another and in the end, fell in love. Unfortunately their plans for the fall took them in entirely different directions. Despite their best efforts, family issues and life’s circumstances got in the way, breaking both of their hearts in the process.Almost six years later they find themselves face-to-face, and old feelings resurface. When the past collides with the present, will they be able resist the temptation, or will they finally realize that they’re where they’re meant to be?
Maddie knew it was going to be an awful trip. Not only did going to Dallas, Texas mean to much time with her father, who thought everything she did was wrong, there was also Brayden. Her brother, the golden child she’d have to compete with. And of course, there was the reason she was being dragged to this doom in the first place. Her mother’s dying wish. Give some secret box to an uncle who’d written them off more than a year ago.
All in all it was going to be the worse summer on record.
Then she met JR.
JR is handsome, sweet, and looks downright mouthwatering in his underwear. There’s only one problem, every time she gets close to finding out what’s hiding beneath those boxers, he goes cold fish and books it. She doesn’t think she’s reading his signals wrong. Then again she failed all her linguistics and sociology classes.
Maddie soon finds out what’s bugging JR when he asks her the one question she dreads. The question most people aren’t prepared for her answer to, “Can you really talk to the dead?”
If she’s honest with him it’s certain he’ll turn cold-fish permanently.
Peyton Williams is spoiled, entitled and a little too stuck up. The daughter of an influential Mayor and a socialite mother, she’s trying to get through college and make her own path. She’s perfectly happy being a loner until Spring semester when she gets not only a roommate, but a math tutor.
Wyatt Parker is the boy from the wrong side of town. Known as the son of the town tramp, he jumps at the scholarship to play basketball in Nashville where no one knows his roots. Spending this semester tutoring a friends snobby roommate wasn’t what he envisioned, but Peyton quickly gets under his skin.
Peyton never wanted more until she met Wyatt, but is she willing to be what he needs?
Charlotte thought she was doing the right thing when she decided to go away to college. When graduation comes and she needs to decide if it’s time to go back home and settle down, she worries that she’s not ready yet.
Shane has waited four long years for Charlotte, after agreeing to a long-distance relationship because it was the only way to keep her in his life. He can hardly wait for her to come home so they can finally start their life together.
What happens when the girl who is nervous about settling down to small-town life comes home to the guy who is ready to pop the question? Will Shane be able to convince Charlotte that their wait is over and now’s the time for them to move forward? Or will Charlotte decide to end their relationship so she can move on to greener pastures?