Stacking the Shelves #311

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Kiss Me Tonight (Put a Ring on Me, 2) – Maria Luis

I had it all.
The Super Bowl rings.
The hot shot TV gig.

Then I got fired.

Now I’m living in middle-of-nowhere Maine, playing assistant coach to the woman of my nightmares.

Did I mention that she and her son are my new neighbors?

If you talk to the locals, they’ll tell you Aspen Levi is the queen of high school football.
But if you ask me, my new head coach is a pain in my left nut sac.

She’s too blonde.
Too peppy.
And way too sexy for my peace of mind.

Only, one minute we’re fighting, and the next I can’t keep my hands off her. One hot kiss. One forbidden touch. I don’t do love but . . .

What I want, I take, and what I want is Aspen Levi.

The Upside to Being Single – Emma Hart

If anyone asks, I knew better than to flash my boobs for Mardi Gras beads.

I still don’t know why I did it.
Maybe it was the dare from my two best friends.
Maybe it was the guys on the balcony saying they’d throw Fireball shots with the beads.
Or maybe it was the quiet guy in the corner of that same balcony with piercing gray eyes, wavy dark hair, and a smile so tempting I wanted to climb up there and lick it off his face.
Maybe it was because I never thought I’d see them again.
Not that it matters. Not today.
Because the hotel I manage was finally bought—and the guy who walks in and introduces himself as my new boss is Mr. Tall, Dark, and Silent.

There are many upsides to being single.
Your new boss knowing what your boobs look like?
Not one of them.

In Moonlight and Memories (book 1) – Julie Ann Walker

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Ann Walker comes an epic story about sacrifice, friendship, and the awe-inspiring power of love.

Maggie: Ten years ago, Cash Armstrong stole my heart. Then he promptly joined the army—dragging my best friend with him—and left me crying on the front porch in a red sequined prom dress. Now he’s back. They’re both back. Cash, the one who still has my heart. And Luc, the one who saved my life.

Cash: How do you know if you’re at the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? That’s what I’ve been trying to figure out since a traumatic brain injury made me “unfit to serve.” I’m back in New Orleans, and picking up the shattered pieces of my past means I must confront where my life’s journey began… and where it all might end.

Luc: Long ago, Maggie May was mine. Not mine in the way you might think. She was mine because she was my only friend. Then Cash came along and we became brothers by something stronger than blood. We became brothers by choice. When tragedy struck, I was forced to make a decision that changed all our lives. I thought, after ten years, it was safe to come back home. I was wrong…

Calvin (Cooper Training, 2) – Maloria Cassis

Les galères semblent s’enchaîner pour Erin, jeune maman célibataire. Malgré toute sa bonne volonté, c’est grâce au soutien de sa sœur et à son poste de vendeuse dans une boutique de prêt-à-porter qu’elle parvient tout juste à joindre les deux bouts.
De son côté, Calvin, l’aîné de la fratrie Cooper, semble très bien mener sa barque. Directeur d’une salle de sport, papa d’une adorable petite fille et séducteur né, il est immédiatement sensible aux charmes d’Erin.
Ils sont d’accord sur un point : du fait de leur emploi du temps respectif chargé, leur relation ne peut être que charnelle. Elle leur servira donc d’exutoire et apportera à Erin l’équilibre qui semblait lui manquer.
Celui-ci se fragilise néanmoins quand l’ex petit-Ali d’Erin refait surface. Tout aussi déstabilisé qu’elle, Calvin dévoile une nouvelle facette de sa personnalité, bien plus sombre, qu’Erin ignorait jusqu’alors. Est-il réellement l’homme qu’il prétend être ?


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