Two complete, full-length romances:
SEAL THE DEAL:
In the postcard-perfect seaside town of Annapolis, Maryland, the bestselling romance series begins…
Lieutenant Commander Mick Riley, a member of the fabled SEAL Team Six, can't pull his eyes from Lacey Owens. Yet she is the type of woman he wants to avoid – the kind that gets him thinking about settling down, spawning kids, and finding lower-mortality employment.
Lacey has her own reasons for avoiding Mick. Tired of living in the shadow of her financial mogul sister, this real estate agent has tossed ethics aside to succeed, putting the tempting SEAL well out of her reach.
But when their circles of friends collide, Lacey can't avoid Mick's rock-hard abs and a smile that melts her into a pool of hot wax. Friendship blossoms and passion simmers... even as she struggles to conceal the unethical business plan that brought him into her life.
I know exactly what I want. And it has nothing to do with the hot Navy SEAL I picked up in a bar.
Really... it doesn't.
Even though the pressure of his lips on mine fires me like a hot kiln, and the feel of his ripped chest beneath my hungry fingertips...
Wait... I'm digressing. Focus, Allie.
Since graduating from college, I've been juggling two jobs while fostering abandoned dogs, with my sights set on opening a rescue kennel. I'll do whatever it takes to succeed, even if it means fighting back my cravings for the man who's been fueling my fantasies since I got my first taste of him in a hotel elevator.
This guy is too full of secrets. Dark ones, hidden behind his ice blue eyes. Secrets of his Special Ops past and of a billionaire family that employs half our town. He won't let me into his world, and it's for the best.
Logan Sheridan is more than I can handle. But when he slips his way into my life, searing the memory of his rock-hard body pressed against mine into my consciousness, all I can do is remember that night in the elevator...
...and ask for more, please.
SEAL the Deal and More, Please are full-length novels - one told in third-person and the other in first-person points-of-view - about the fine line that divides friendship and love... and the unexpected joy of crossing it.