“Oh God. The Murray curse strikes again.” She said the bitter words. “I’m just too stupid to learn.” Her lips wobbled. “Please leave.” Her eyes glinted with tears, devastation in her expression, in the way she held herself, as if on the verge of collapsing. Jesus. He’d made her cry. Cole’s gut twisted. “Annie, please.” He came to his knees, then to his feet. He couldn’t lose her.
Trevor and Gabe never knew life without the other. As only children, they grew up as close as brothers, but their love grew to something more. Something they couldn’t talk about because their parents wouldn’t understand.
My bride-to-be, Arianna, wants to meet my parents.
But…they live in a trailer. Dad thinks Playboy T-shirts are classy because the naked women are silhouettes. Mom has a tattoo of a dog humping a palm tree. I don’t think either one has said a sentence without an f-bomb since 1985.
Simply delicious with very precocious children helping out.
It’s 1976…Andy discovers just what it means to be openly gay in a society that condemns love between two men and wonders if his friendship with Travis, a devout Christian who’s fighting his own sexual urges, can develop into something deeper.
His billionaire bachelor life was a nonstop bash.
Until a baby crashed the party.
This book is laugh out loud funny, sexy and romantic.
Jake has never forgotten Emma, the dream girl whose life he destroyed. And she’s never stopped thinking about her first crush. As they grow closer—and old secrets are unearthed—will they be able to help each other heal, or will their hearts remain broken and burdened by the past?