Contemporary romances with smart talk and sexy times!
They're partners…with benefits?
Kyle’s got a problem. He needs to pass college composition to graduate but he can’t get words on a page. And it’s landed him in a pilot class called Extra Credit for students in trouble -- when all he wants is to be left alone.
Lani’s got a problem too. She doesn't like making waves and it gets her stuck in that Extra Credit class. When she ends up partnered with Kyle things start getting complicated. Kyle is angry, restless, impatient; Lani is calm, introverted, bookish. But when these opposites attract how will they manage to stay “just partners”?
They've got a second chance at hate.... Matt and Annika have History. When they first met *(&*@# hit the fan. Now a year later, they’ve both landed in a pilot class for college students in trouble and sparks are still flying….
Because Matt thinks Annika is a snarky, mean-spirited, bitter, vengeful—albeit beautiful—bitch. And Annika thinks Matt is a phony, lying, untrustworthy, too smooth—albeit super-hot—jerk. When they are forced to work together can they untangle the mess of their past and pull off a do-over?
When Noah's passion for classics lands him in a pilot class called Extra Credit for students in trouble he gets more than he bargained for--like Holly, the geeky girl he's been crushing on who becomes his partner and friend.
Holly's passion for computers almost got her suspended, but at least she got Noah out of it. He's her best friend--and if he wants more she has no clue.
This is only a test. Rachel Berman has made some serious sacrifices in her goal to be the next Dr. Cristina Yang. Free time. Sports. Friends. She only has room for one thing in her life – and it’s not the slacker she was assigned to tutor in Biostatistics.
Yuri Valichenko’s got a precarious juggling act going: basketball, grades, parents. So it’s not like he has time for girls. Or friends. But Rachel gets him thinking, which is never a good thing, and then feeling, which is even worse. It makes him wonder: what, or who, does he really want?
Corinne Carmichael is fighting for her independence. Her powerful political family insists she abandon her modeling career but they can't keep her from falling for Paul, a hot young French photographer.
Paul knows this girl is special, but he finds out she comes with complications. When tragedy strikes can what started out as a light-hearted summer romance turn into something more serious?
When Daisy Carmichael moves to New York to develop her online financial media site she knows Ben Kingston, the brilliant CEO of Boston Financial, could be an asset to her career. When they meet sparks fly, but Ben finds Daisy a threat to his self-control, his privacy, his sense of himself…. Can Daisy get him to accept the intense connection they have to each other? When one of her sisters is threatened, Daisy realizes that her relationship with Ben has grown deeper and more complicated than she could ever have predicted.
After being attacked by a stalker, Valerie Carmichael decides to give up modeling. As she tries to put her life back together she leans on the friendship of Adam Talbot, the doctor who treated her in the emergency room. She was his patient, so he can never be more.
Adam knows he shouldn’t pursue Valerie, so when she and her sisters face another crisis he just wants to be there for her. But it gets harder and harder to stay "just friends."
Marie Carmichael has to put her tennis career behind her. After college, she heads home to start a sports-writing career--and she knows exactly who she wants to write about: Jared Mackinnon, star quarterback from UCLA who was just drafted by the Denver Pioneers.
New to the NFL and still reeling from the media circus surrounding him in college, the last thing Jared needs now is more publicity. But over the course of a long steamy summer Marie becomes altogether too tempting....
As her last semester of college begins, Samantha Carmichael is still recovering from a serious skiing accident at the winter Olympics, and still lusting after her faculty advisor Liam Ramsey. Liam has vetoed any romantic relationship between them, but as graduation nears it becomes harder and harder for them to resist each other.
Liam has spent a whole year keeping his hands off Samantha, so why can’t he do it for another few weeks?
The lives and loves of five privileged daughters of a Colorado political family together in one box set! Rich. Smart. Beautiful. Talented. And they even get along. Mostly. The five Carmichael sisters lucked out in the game of life, but their privilege doesn't protect them from troubles and heartbreak. Read all five contemporary romance novellas newly revised and together for the first time!