Lyn North just wants to move past the anniversary of her heartbreak. Swearing off any romance, she embarks on a South Pacific cruise. But the handsome surgeon in the cabin next door revives emotions she’s tried to forget. Braedon Randolph desperately needs this vacation to escape his workaholic life. He finds himself captivated by the beautiful schoolteacher next door.
It’s a new century, and Frances Lancaster is determined to take control of her future. She’s tired of being a pawn in her uncle’s odious ploys — especially now she suspects him of poisoning her father. To complicate her plans, her older siblings keep treating her like a child. She might only be 19, but with the help of her best friend, Nick, she’s determined to make the murderer pay. That means she’s going to have to do something outrageous and unexpected.
When three sisters refuse arranged marriages, their lives are changed forever. Charles is only supposed to guard Maude and her sisters to their destination. He should have guarded his heart. Widower Marshall Breckinridge is busy with his ranch and his two young daughters. How can a shy schoolmarm ever get his attention? She's a high-society lady fleeing her family's shame. He's a simple rancher. Is love enough to bridge their differences? Never underestimate a woman who has a rifle and is seeking justice.
She’s a high-society lady fleeing her family’s shame. He’s a simple rancher. Is love enough to bridge their differences? After being disowned a decade ago, rancher Luke Hamblin has worked hard to make it on his own. His younger sisters suddenly join him but he loves having family around him again. He finds himself drawn to his new brother-in-law’s beautiful sister Judith, even though she acts like she’s too good for the lowly folks of Lilac City.
When rancher Marshall Breckinridge rescues Doris Lancaster from an attempted kidnapping, a spark alights in her, and she's convinced they're meant to be together. Unfortunately, the widower hasn't spoken to her since. It seems teaching his two young daughters is as close as Doris can get to the busy man. Marshall Breckinridge has been running for 10 years. First, from his autocratic father and then from the loss of his wife.
Charles is only supposed to guard Maude and her sisters to their destination. He should have guarded his heart. Still raw with grief after their father's funeral, Maude Lancaster and her two younger sisters refuse an ultimatum from their ill-intentioned uncle. Since it’s a new century and women can travel unchaperoned, they decide to flee out west to live with their older brother. Their aunt hires Charles for protection, but Maude soon finds that her greatest danger is in losing her heart to a man she may never see again.
Rae Cavanaugh never expected to be a widow at 26, and she has no idea how she’d have gotten through the last year if not for Dylan. He’s become her best friend. One day he’ll make some woman a wonderful husband. Sometimes, late at night when she’s feeling especially alone, Rae wishes it could be her. But she’s committed to not remarry until her children are grown. He’ll be taken by the time she’s free.
Nurse Eve Stewart is excited to take on another bucket-list fulfillment trip, this time to Edinburgh. That is, until she discovers who’ll be spearheading it: her high school best friend who kissed her and hasn’t spoken to her in 12 years. She doesn’t expect her old feelings for Darius to come alive. When they do, Eve must decide if she can learn to trust again. Billionaire Darius Dimitriou doesn’t want to take over a fledgling bucket-list charity. When he finds out the project's nurse is the girl he secretly loved in high school, he changes his mind.
Ellen’s first London season was a disappointment. She fears she’ll never meet a man who will see her for more than her fortune or ability to provide an heir. Landscape architect Michael Addington thinks his grandfather is mental but never dreams the old man will try to set Twickenham Manor on fire. In Michael’s struggle to stop the act of arson, a young woman appears out of nowhere. Flames and fae magic engulf them both, the first burning them badly and the second transporting them back to 1851.
Musician Ezreal Wallach might be a billionaire, but he can’t talk in front of crowds - or unfamiliar women. He’s asked to help with a music program for underprivileged children, but working with a woman is way out of his comfort zone...Sara Fortune is suspicious of men and will do anything to protect her children from their violent father. She finds herself drawn to the quiet, eccentric composer who’s been asked to help, but she worries that she and her children are becoming too attached to Ezreal...Can she stop herself from falling in love before he shows his true colors?
Billionaire Kayn Rafferty is happy with his life, content to be married to his job. Until his sister is threatened by the thugs who killed her husband. Things get even more complicated when the woman hired to help protect his sister finagles her way into his heart. He's made it clear; he's not a commitment kind of guy, and that's not changing.
When Gareth Hildebrand travels from the year 1850 to a future time, he’s not expecting to fall in love. As the eighth earl of Kellworth, Gareth is accustomed to getting what he wants. Then he encounters a woman he suspects is from the future - a Utopian future that he feels compelled to see. He intends to get what he wants, but it will involve dealing with fae magic. And that could lead to disaster - for his heart.
Recently widowed Rae Cavanaugh just survived the worst birthday of her life. She and her two young children must now face a holiday season filled with so many reminders of what they've lost. But when a coworker who’s raising his young nephew moves next door, Rae discovers that the support of a good friend, and the gift of a child, can bring back some of the joy of the season.
Ahri Meisner's estranged husband leaves her with nothing but an obscure warning that both of them are in grave danger. Now, she is on the run. Not knowing who else to trust, Ahri flees across the country to stay with her brother. All thoughts of safety are shattered when her husband is murdered. She knows she could be next.
Ethan Walters has no time for distractions like romance. Not if he's going to have the brilliant medical career he's always dreamed of. But when he's given a trip to a theme park resort as a college graduation present, he can't exactly say no. Even if Samantha - the one girl with the power to dismantle his goals - is tagging along.
Reese thinks she’s gotten over Jem Taylor - until he finds a way to tag along on her trip to England with her friends. She’s far from pleased. It only gets worse when they’re ripped nearly two centuries into the past. Reese finds her heart, and her choices, pulled in two very different directions. Victorian England is not the setting Jem Taylor planned on to right his wrongs, but it will have to do. Choosing his job over Reese was the worst mistake he ever made, and he won't lose her again.
An IED blew up more than Marc North's career as a Cobra pilot - it shattered his plans for marriage. After being dumped by his girlfriend and spending more than a year in rehab, all he wants is to fly again. He jumps at the chance to partner with a combat buddy in a helicopter sightseeing business. Now, in a boomtown in southern Utah, Marc gets caught up with local politics. And the local election official.
Twenty-six-year-old Shelby Nash wants to break free of her controlling, billionaire father. With the completion of one more project for his company, she can branch out on her own. However, her ex-boyfriend's been appointed as the new lead architect. She has to find a way to protect her heart from him while avoiding whoever's making anonymous threats.
Elle Reinhardt loves people and has a gift for turning groups of strangers into friends. When she talks her best friend Lyn into taking a month-long Pacific cruise, Elle is in her element, gathering fellow passengers to her. But things go horribly wrong when a ship excursion ends in death and disaster at the hands of modern-day pirates. Filled with her own emotional wounds from the experience, Elle tries desperately to buoy up the grieving loved ones as they wait for news on those lost at sea.