Jennifer Rebecca’s Dark Horse is a romantic suspense novel written in K Bromberg’s Driven World.
I’m on the edge of glory.
My dad—the famous head of Dark Horse Racing, Adrian Malone—is ready to retire. His dream has been to hand the company over to me—his daughter and only child—as his dad did with him. I have some big shoes to fill, since he’s the record holder for race wins, but every day, I do my best to make him proud.
I’m tough, determined, and want to win at all costs. But as the stakes grow higher, it seems my life might be the cost.
Now, I’m going to have to play nice with the sexy-as-sin bodyguard. The former Marine with a dark past doesn’t want to play any games, but he also can’t stay away. I’m going to show him that he should never have underestimated the dark horse, because now I have my sights set on him, and I race to win.
Kyle Garrett stuck his foot in his mouth the night we met in a bar near Miramar but he won me over with his enigmatic smile and charming wit.
My friends said to watch out, that love was nothing but a trap. But I didn’t listen. We didn’t listen.
My life is all about calculated risks, when to push the throttle and when to ease back so I’ll give him a chance even though my gut tells me that I’m headed for a crash…
RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Runaway Bride
I didn’t mean to. It just happened. I swear it. One minute, I was walking down the aisle, and the next, I was in Barbados with my bestie, Archer Scott. But this honeymoon isn’t in Vegas, and the feelings and naked parts we discovered aren’t going to stay there.
RELATIONSHIP STATUS: In love with my best friend.
I always thought I would have time to get closer to Bayleigh. That was until I was checking the Yes box on the RSVP for her wedding. One minute, she’s about to begin her life with Mr. Not Me, and the next, I’m dancing on a bar in a grass skirt. Fortunately, I’m a “grab the bull by the horns” kind of guy, so I go with it.
Anderson Carter was a handsome senator in a small Midwest state when Jake Chancellor surprised the world by naming him his running mate.
By all accounts he had everything:
A meaningful political career,
Three equally handsome sons all serving in the marines,
And a kind and beautiful wife whom he adored until the night she quietly slipped away after a long battle with cancer.
And now he also has a problem because in addition to all of those things he also had a mistress and that mistress is me.
But the real problem is somebody knows…
Meet. Fall in love. Live happily ever after…
It’s the way it should be.
At least, that’s what we’ve been told.
But that’s only in fairytales.
Real life throws twists and turns.
It will flip you upside down and inside out.
Yet, love will appear when you least expect it.
In the most unusual of places.
Under the worst of circumstances.
It can bring light to situations so dark you can barely see.
Hope where none lived before.
Passion where only pain lies.
It can surprise you and heal the deepest of wounds.
As long as you’re willing to embrace the unexpected ever after…
Unexpected Ever After brings you 17 brand new contemporary romance stories about finding love in the unexpected! Laugh, cry, and feel your heart beat again with these dazzling stories from some of today’s hottest authors!
This will have the first in an all new series from me! Be on the lookout for WILDFLOWER!
Sixteen years ago Aliza Wilson met the love of her life. He was everything Aliza had ever hoped for in a man, kind, generous and he gave her a beautiful life. But fate had other plans for her future. Plans that changed her life irrevocably. Now Aliza must face a new fate, and that scares her more than anything.
Sixteen years ago Holden “Holt” Stone found the woman of his dreams. She was utter perfection. But his best-friend got her first. Now he must sit on the sidelines and watch the woman he wanted, be happy with someone else. Holt is no stranger to pain and heartache, hell that came with his service in the Marine Corps, he's no stranger to death, but watching someone he loves struggle to move on is a new kind of hell.
Can Aliza and Holt find a way to fix their broken pieces, before it’s too late?
Whiskey Lullabye is the second volume in the Southern Heartbeats Series and is the continuation of Stand.
This is Aliza’s story.
Early one spring morning, Josie changed the lives of several people and ended the lives of three. She's been living in hell ever since. She lost her job, her house, she's been shunned by the town that she loves. Her only regret is that she didn't die that fateful day.
Dr Mark Wilson is angry. He's had more than just a dark cloud over him since the day his brother and young nieces were killed. Then he had to watch his brother's wife fall in love with someone else and start a new life. Everyone is moving on but Mark can't because he's so very angry.
All of your questions from Whiskey Lullabye will be answered.
This is Josie's story.
You ever hear the phrase, about as successful as a soup sandwich? Well, that's me, I’m the soup sandwich, but instead of a soggy mess, you have a twenty-five-year-old with a Bachelor’s degree in nothing useful who just quit her job at the local home improvement store where there were definitely no tortured billionaires looking to tie anyone up—and that's not a bad thing. I know, it's looking pretty sad right about now, but at least I don't still live with my parents…
So, here I am, embarking on a new journey covering the Funerals and Obituaries section of the local paper, the San Diego Metro News, for the editor—brace yoursel—my uncle, Sal. Unfortunately, while my parents are on vacation, my Granny and her friends are determined to stir up some trouble—but this time, they may have bitten off more than they can chew—especially when some of the residents of the local retirement community are turning up unnaturally dead.
There is nothing that will keep me from protecting the people that I love, no matter how crazy they may be—not even the sexy, I mean stubborn, homicide detective, Trent Foyle, can stop me.
My name is Shelby Whitmore and I'm kind of the newest reporter for the San Diego Metro News, but hey, I'm a hit with the blue hairs.