Three women set up on blind dates for Valentine’s Day get more than they bargained for.
When Rhea Burdette agrees to go out with her friends to a new club in the area, the last thing she expects is to heat up the dance floor all night with a sexy stranger. But it was just one night, and no harm could come of it—until she realizes that he’s also the blind date she agreed to for Valentine’s Day. It doesn’t take long for her to recognize that Gage Carwin is dangerous for he awakens something that has been dormant within her for a long time.
Baring it All
Pretending to be her best friend on a blind date for Valentine’s Day was not Jaclyn York’s idea of fun. But the instant she sees Noland Amherst her libido goes into overdrive. She just hopes that he’s willing to stick around for dinner after she tells him about the last-minute switch. The last thing she wants to do is spend another day of love alone.
As You Like
Unity Montgomery is mortified when her ex-boyfriend sets her up on a blind date for Valentine’s Day. When he’d suggested they remain friends after their breakup, she had no idea that included being fixed up with potential suitors. But the second she meets Dylan Berkeley, she realizes she might have been wrong about her ex. Perhaps he does know what she likes.