Runaway Couple – Book 1
It is said that the maid of honor and the best man are the most likely to go off together on a wedding night. Add a love-hate relationship and throw a couple of ghosts into the mix, and you have the Runaway Couple.
Eloise chose a Gothic themed wedding for her and Dane, complete with remote setting, dancing candles, flaming torches and shadows, all geared toward scaring the guests. The stormy weather and swirling mists were a bonus.
However, the person most scared is the maid of honor, the bride’s elder sister, Piper. She didn’t do creep. Added to that, she’s been lumped together with Marcus, the best man and the bane of Piper’s teenage life. He was a prankster of renown when they were growing up. As the boy-next-door, he singled Piper out for the best he could come up with. She didn’t trust him then, and she certainly didn’t trust him now.
As the Runaway Couple, will they follow the traditional, or will Piper’s dislike and mistrust of Marcus win out? Has Marcus realized by now that pranking isn’t the way to a woman’s heart?
Set in South Africa, the Runaway Couple is the first book in a series of steamy romances featuring bridesmaids, weddings and honeymoons that will appeal to the young and the young at heart alike.
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He’s Married – Book 2
Eloise had the wedding of her dreams—all arranged and finalized within a month.
Now that the wedding night was upon her, her fears reared their ugly heads. Dane, her new husband was really a stranger to her. In hindsight, Eloise realized she shouldn’t have insisted they wait for their wedding night to have sex. It wasn’t that she was inordinately traditional, only that Dane should have been given a choice in the matter.
Because Eloise had a secret.
Dane and Eloise left for the beautiful Maldives on a two week honeymoon. In this idyllic setting, life threw her a curve ball.
Because Dane had a secret, too.
She would have put up with a number of things, but this particular secret could shatter her belief in fairytale weddings.
How was she supposed to deal with another wife?
You’re Wrong – Book 3
Assumptions are invariably incorrect. Yet, people will stick with what they believe. Rubi believed herself to be married for six years, until it was proven that she’d never in fact been married at all. Finding herself a free agent again after years of waiting for her elusive husband, Rubi needed a man.
Upset by the echoes of her sordid past, Nathan walked into her life at precisely the right moment. Handsome, hot, and gay, he could only be a temporary distraction, or so she assumed. But what she didn’t take into account was that Nathan might have other plans for her. Even so, she wanted the real thing—a relationship, stability, and love—and Nathan couldn’t give that to her. Or so she assumed.
To prove her wrong about him, he abducted her and took her to the place where they first met, at Dane and Eloise’s wedding the week before. Back at the lodge, they find themselves in the same haunted room. Between the ghosts and Rubi’s insistence that he is gay, would Nathan succeed in changing her perception of him?
To add to her doubts, there’s also the matter of a certain secret he’s not ready to share.