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Sweet Salvation by Maddie Taylor

Fresh out of college and looking to escape her small Georgia town and her painful past, Stacy Altman is in Detroit for an interview when a drop dead gorgeous doctor literally runs right into her. Two years later, when the same man—wealthy surgeon Jared Baker—plows through a door and collides with her again, this time injuring her knee in the ...

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The Reluctant Bride by Chula Stone

Even as others feast around her, Lady Liliana is in no mood to celebrate the peace made between her father and his greatest rival, for this accord was sealed with a contract for her hand in marriage—her opinion on the matter notwithstanding. Almost before she knows it, Liliana finds herself the reluctant bride of Lord Andrew, the son of her ...

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Bought and Trained by Emily Tilton

Already divorced at twenty five years old, Rose Hutchison is desperate to explore her longing to be utterly dominated. When she hears of a program that trains concubines while also paying them handsomely, Rose signs documents consenting to a process that will temporarily erase the memory of her agreement to undergo the training, leaving her free to explore her fantasies ...

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Dangerous Defiance by Natasha Knight

From the moment FBI agent Jessica Manning arrives in the small town of New Hope to investigate the tragic—and suspicious—deaths of two civilians and a fellow agent, she is annoyed by the interference of the local sheriff, Jackson Montgomery. She fumes when Jackson forbids her from continuing her investigation without his assistance, but since her mission is off-the-record and unapproved ...

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Their Firm Men by Emily Tilton

When she hears about the engagement of her sister, Esther, to one of San Francisco’s wealthiest merchants, twenty-five-year-old Amelia Lander decides it is high time she obeyed her mother’s last wish—that she watch over her younger sister. Amelia leaves her teaching job in New York City and travels by train to San Francisco, where she loses no time in calling ...

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Taming Megan by Natasha Knight

Jake Roark is the husband Megan never dreamed she could have—handsome, responsible, kind-hearted, and so much more. Before she ever said her wedding vows, though, she also knew that he was traditional enough to take a misbehaving wife in hand. When the bad habits from the wild life she led before she met Jake begin to resurface, Megan soon finds ...

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Standing Firm by Stardawn Cabot

Twenty-four-year-old Morgan Fox wonders if her life is over when she is forced to return to US soil after losing her leg in Afghanistan. Things take an unexpected turn, however, when she lands a job as a bodyguard for Dakota Summer, an eighteen-year-old television star, and quickly realizes that her Army training did nothing to prepare her for dealing with ...

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The Girl, The Doctor, and the Texas Ranger by Sue Lyndon

After witnessing a car crash outside his ranch house, Dr. Daniel Anderson rushes to help the girl behind the wheel. He carries her inside and tends to her wounds, all the while wondering what brought her out this far in the middle of the night. The young woman soon breaks down and confesses that her name is Emily and she’s ...

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Naughty Immy’s Punishment by Carole Archer

Imogen loves it when her husband Adam takes on his daddy role and spoils her, cuddles her, and treats her like his baby girl, but she knows that when she has been naughty her daddy must discipline her… and today she was very, very naughty. A silly prank on her part almost got Adam in trouble with the police, and ...

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Disciplining Little Abby by Serafine Laveaux

Stuck in a job with no future, Abby Willis finds herself becoming increasingly bitter at her inability to fit in with those around her. It doesn’t help that her mother is always ready to disapprove of everything about her—from the car she drives to the clothes she wears—constantly insisting that if only Abby would grow up and be normal, life ...

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