Flatiron Five: The First Collection includes the first three contemporary romances and romantic comedies in the Flatiron Five series featuring the founding partners at the hottest fitness club in Manhattan. They haven't had time for love—and some of them think they never will—but that's about to change...
In Simply Irresistible, Tyler is sure that a fake date will be the ideal answer to his family's inevitable matchmaking efforts at his sister's wedding. He likes to solve things himself and keep control. He chooses a cute woman who works in his office building—he calls her the librarian because of her conservative appearance, but Amy has a lot of surprises in store for Tyler when she lets down her hair. In fact, her unpredictability and verve makes her irresistible: what will it take for Tyler to convince Amy to make their relationship real?
In Addicted to Love, Kyle's assumptions are challenged by the one-who-got-away. He's always known that Lauren was the only one for him, but she married someone else. He's been content to play the field and intends to continue for the duration—until Lauren gets divorced and calls him, but just for a one-nighter. Kyle is shocked that's he's the one who wants more, but Lauren is skeptical of all men, thanks to him and her ex. Can he change her mind about giving him a second chance?
In In the Midnight Hour, Damon is struggling with his mother's terminal illness and hasn't confided in his partners. He takes refuge with a compassionate nurse, more than happy to teach her therapeutic massage—and follow wherever that leads. Haley loves unravelling secrets and she's found a treasure trove of them in enigmatic Damon. If she helps him heal from the wounds of the past, can they have a chance at forever?
Come to the hottest club in Manhattan for three emotional contemporary romances and romantic comedies. Come to Flatiron Five and fall in love!
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First time reading this author. I enjoyed the three stories, and was invested in all the characters. I did think they hopped into bed a little too quickly, but that seems to be the way of the world today. I would probably read more by this author.