A family curse. A mismatched couple. Magic in the air at Martha’s Vineyard. Ariel Windsor is home for her cousin’s wedding. When she crosses paths with filmmaker Jarad Naughton, nothing is easy. They are as different as night and day. But sparks fly, and these two thrust and parry their way through their own unique battle of the sexes.
Holding Out for a Hero
Where have all the good men gone?
That’s what actress Samantha Hathaway wonders when NYPD detective Adam Wexler shows up on her doorstep. The brash, bossy policeman is anything but her idea of a hero. Adam is none too happy either. The prospect of playing body guard to the spoiled, flaky actress is as appealing as the bullet wound that nearly killed him and jeopardized his career on the force. But as the case heats up, so does the passion sizzling between them. Then, the only thing more dangerous than the killer that lurks near is the risk of falling in love.
Lady in Red
Scarlet (Carly) Thompson, CEO of Scarlet Woman Cosmetics is appalled to find that her over-protective mother, Charlotte, has once again hired a private investigator to watch over her and shocked to discover that man is Jackson Trent. Carly hasn’t seen Jackson since she was a child and her father, an attorney, defended his against a trumped-up murder charge. But this time, Charlotte’s caution isn’t unfounded and secrets from the past threaten the family, the business and Carly’s future with Jackson.
Officer Zaria Fuentes doesn’t know why her partner Drew Grissom is suddenly so overprotective of her, but she certainly doesn’t appreciate it. While Drew is healing from injuries, Zaria is enlisted in a dangerous undercover operation. But when Drew finds out, he deals himself in to watch over Zaria.
Although annoyed by Drew’s interference, Zaria comes to realize she needs him. By pretending to be Zaria’s lover, Drew is able to shield her from the advances of the man they’re investigating. But when the roles they’re playing start getting too real, Zaria and Drew must confront their true feelings for each other.