Three steamy reads to tempt your senses!
Holiday Romances: Billionaires in Love is a collection of three romance stories steaming with an international cast of beautiful people, stunning locations, dark storylines, and hot, hot sensual romance!
1. After The Darkest Hour - A Secrets & Desires Extra
Odelle Griffongy, still grieving the death of her fiancé, Roan Saintmarc, has thrown herself into working for the Foundation her friends Livia and Nox Chatelaine founded. With Odelle's society contacts, she finds that she enjoys her work as the Foundation's events executive and is now heading to Copenhagen to meet with a media mogul who has expressed interest in hosting a charity benefit. When she gets there, however, she meets the apparently haughty and arrogant Elias Knudsen who asks her why she has settled for a supporting role in the Foundation when she's clearly meant for so much more and attempts to poach her for his company.
2. Dance With Me - The Naughty One Extra
Spending her first Christmas away from her family, Juno Sasse finds that while her day job as a music teacher at the Gabriella Renaud Foundation is fulfilling, she feels a little isolated, with nearly all of her friends coupled up. Spending the holidays with her friends Livia and Nox, she bonds with a young singer, Ebony, and the two become good friends. When Juno reveals a lifetime dream of learning to dance, Ebony introduces her to her older brother, Obadiah, one of New Orleans's finest dance tutors. Their working relationship is soon complicated by a growing attraction between the two of them and when Obe asks Juno to be his partner at an important dance competition, Juno has to put aside her innate shyness and step up to the challenge…
3. Shanghai Dreams - Her Dark Melody Extra
"Okay, tough love time," said Clelia Tigri-Monarato to her friend Molly Hudson, as they sat outside Clelia's home in the Tuscan Hills.
It was a beautiful summer evening, but Molly still shivered. Since the murder of her love, Mateo Tigri—Clelia's brother—a few months ago, Molly had fled to Italy. Although she loved Fino, Mateo's son, as if he were her own, being around him, and Mateo's identical twin Atlas, had been too much to bear for the young woman. She couldn't exile herself entirely though, and so when she had turned up at Clelia's home, desperate for some connection to the family, Clelia had welcomed her with open arms.