One Wild Finn
It all started with a dare. And a wedding. Liquor was involved…
William Finn and Bronte Wayne have nothing in common—unless you count their families, which seem more entwined every day. Oh, and that pesky little issue of them being married.
Bronte is the responsible sister. The plain Wayne. Though her biological clock is not so much ticking as counting down, she’s not the type to get married on a whim. At least, not to an Irish brawler who takes nothing seriously—and is seventeen years her junior.
His American cousins may think William took advantage of Bronte, but nothing could be farther from the truth. From the moment they met, the curvy charge nurse made him want to fight for a future and family of his own—with her. But his past and her doubts keep getting in the way.
The Finn, Wayne and Collins clans have matchmakers and meddlers to spare, but in the end it’ll be up to Bronte to do the responsible thing—the mature thing. Or take a chance and risk her heart on one wild Finn.
How do you ask a guy out on a date with your foot in your mouth?
Matthew Finn is about to find out. He’s got a crush and a prickly pickle problem, but with a little help from his newfound family, he’ll convince Oliver “Legs” Garcia that he’s his Mr. Right.
Two Weeks and a Day
Ever had a crush on your best friend?
That feeling when you're a thirty-year-old gay virgin with no social life, nosy neighbors and a lot of awkward, secret fantasies revolving around your straight best friend? Yeah, that's me right now.
Brendan Kinkaid was there for me during the darkest period of my life, so when the sexy pilot shows up suspended and needing a place to crash, there's no question I'll take him in.
That's when things get weird.
He's acting like a stranger. A stranger who wants to spend his two-week layover taking our friendship to another level. It's either the beginning of a great porno or a disaster waiting to happen.
I'm tempted to give in, but no matter what he says, I know he's not looking for a permanent place to land. And I'm not sure I can live with what I'll lose when he flies away again.