Welcome to Nirvana. Your wish is a cowboy's command...
An injury sends Dade Jarrett to the hospital and he's told he'll never walk again, but a cowboy never gives up. After a long, grueling recovery, he's walking again, with a limp and the assistance of a cane. He's ready to get back on the Nirvana Ranch, but first he has made a promise to help Chase, his boss. The last thing Dade wants to do is babysit a spoiled brat--a beautiful, spoiled brat who is well over the age of consent. She thinks she's clever when she steals his clothes and leaves him stranded, but he aims to show her a cowboy can't be fooled. If it's the last thing he does, it'll be to tame the spirited Felicia Sever.
Mistakes are easy. It’s fixing them that can make or break a marriage.
Caroline Rutherford is at the end of her marriage tether. As much as she loves her husband, it’s time to admit defeat. Their long-term, love-at-first-sight relationship is no longer working, and they’re hurting each other and their two young sons by continuing the happy family farce.
Feline shifter Marsh Rutherford knows his relationship is in trouble, and he and Caroline, his human wife, haven’t shared a bed for months. He made a mistake at the start of their marriage, omitting to tell the truth, and now the secrets are strangling their happiness. Admitting the reality to himself is simple, but finding a solution to fix the problem is tearing him apart because reality has the potential to destroy what little trust remains between him and his wife.
Maybe it’s not unusual to wake up after a party and not remember what happened. But being woken and then having lawyers coerce you into signing a secrecy agreement? Brooke knows what that’s like. She signed on the dotted line. She made her choice.
Now she has more money than she knows what to do with and a gorgeous daughter who means the world to her. But she also has panic attacks and spends her days hiding from the world. Every day her secret threatens to destroy her, until her brother’s 6’4 hot friend moves next door.
Tracey Warren has her last year of high school mapped out--stay focused, graduate in a few months, and get the hell out of Bennington, Virginia. Everything is working out in her favor. Life has finally started to level out, until a car accident sends her plans spiraling out of her control.
Her pedestrian reality crashes around her after an innocuous encounter with a diabolically handsome stranger. Nathan Newcomb has her head and her world altering minute by minute. Soon, she discovers the only cure for the uneasy feelings and abrasive pain is Nathan himself. A man whose very existence balances between violent chaos and rigidly controlled dangers.
Wedding planner Kayla Mackenzie specializes in creating spectacular destination weddings in exotic locations. But when her newest clients decide they want to get married in the wilds of Alaska, anxiety rears its ugly head. Sticking to cosmopolitan cities and tropical beaches allows her to avoid the one creature that scares her more than the words “prenuptial agreement.” But heading to the heart of werebear country means she’ll have to face her biggest fear.
Outdoor adventure guide Trent Black gets grouchier each day that goes by without finding his mate. But the last woman he expects to ignite his possessive instincts is a high maintenance human like Kayla. It’s bad enough she hates everything to do with the outdoors, but her obvious fear of bear shifters leaves him questioning his attraction. When fate steps in and strands them in a late winter blizzard, he has one chance to help her to overcome her fear and open her heart.
Business is booming for Sarah, the successful, young, thirty-something CEO of her own advertising agency. In fact, things are going so well that she’s considering expanding the business even more.
But in the middle of celebrating her success, she gets a wake-up call when her secretary’s fiancé sends a beautiful bouquet of flowers and the entire office goes ga-ga. Sarah can’t help but realize that no matter how successful she is by herself, her love-life sucks.