That prim and proper librarian soothes Aleksei “Absinthe” Solokov’s brain and makes his blood rush. In turn, Scarlet Foley has been fantasizing about this tattooed man who reads psychology, but she intends to carry out her plans, first.
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An omnibus of the first six stories in Ranger Security, a cozy romantic suspense series, revolving around former Rangers who all work for the company.
A mundane chore for many, and a heartwarming activity for Lucas Hunter with his mate, Sascha, and their newborn baby girl, Naya.
She calls herself Lady Justice. And once she has chosen a man as her target, she seduces them, and then makes them pay.
The crew of the Spotted Custard is a misfit family, especially Prof Percival Tunstell caught up in his research and books. Then accidental spies, a trip to Japan, and one smart and beautiful doctor disrupts his life.
He murdered her stepfather five years ago and left. Now Viktor Prakenskii is back to take down a motorcycle club. And take up with the wife he left behind: Blythe Daniels.
Breezy Simmons escaped the MC life and has no intention of going back…until her son is kidnapped. She’ll need Steele’s help, the man who drove her away with cruel words.