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Book One; Darragh & Isla
Darragh Grant is minding his own business when he is attacked, grabbed from behind. When he turns around to confront them he is stopped in his tracks by the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, and she is holding the umbrella attacking him. All he knows in that moment is that she is the person that is meant to be his.

Isla Abbott is sure she is about to die right here on the street, from embarrassment. She assaults the most beautiful man she has ever laid eyes on with her umbrella. And then he starts to flirt with her when her brother shows up and ruins it all. Showing up at work the next morning she comes face to face with the man she assaulted and just knew she was going to get fired on her second day, but instead gets moved to his office as his secretary.

Darragh is determined to have her at all cost, never mind the wager with his friends. As far as he's concerned they can win, all he wants is Isla by his side for the rest of his life. Now all he has to do is convince her.

Book Two; Logan & Sarah
Logan King has wanted Sarah Maitland for a while. But every time he comes around she turns into a little porcupine. And now she is dating Isla's brother and it’s all he can do to not punch him in the face every time he sees them together. But when they get stuck in the elevator he finds out Sarah isn't as indifferent as she seems.

Sarah Maitland is in love with Logan King. She is tired of him using her for his go-to girl when he needs a date for some benefit or charity ball. So, she decides to stop being there for him, to have a life for herself. He doesn't like it when she starts seeing someone else. But when they get stuck in an elevator she can’t maintain the Indifference she has used to keep him from finding out her feelings for him.
A misunderstanding tears them apart just as they were getting together and it’s going to take everything he has to win her back and even that may not be enough to mend her broken heart.

Book Three; Max & Lucy
Lucy McFarland can’t stand Maximillian Monroe, her bosses best friend. He comes in everyday just to push every button she has, sometimes twice. One of these days she going to take him up on one of his offers just to see him run for the hills, wouldn't that be a welcome sight.

Max wants Lucy but he's not chasing any woman, that's what he tells himself as he runs her down when she took off after one kiss. Now the game of cat and mouse begins.

Lucy doesn't know what his game is but she's not playing but she's going to hide until he loses interest. But with a man like Max hunting her, she soon realizes there's no place she can hide that he won’t find her

Book Four; Rath & Rhona
Rhona Loved to get under Rath’s skin, and as his personal assistant she made it a policy to do it often. She would love to get under him in another way but he can’t see past her being his best friend’s little sister. When they go to Las Vegas for Logan and Sarah’s wedding it appears that Logan and Sarah aren’t the only ones to get married. Now if she could just remember how it happened before Rath finds out and ends things before they even begin.

Rath can’t figure out why Rhona can get under his skin so easily or she was purposely baiting him, trying to get him to lose his legendary cool. After one night in Vegas, one he doesn’t remember, everything has changed. Now he can’t get her out of his head, and he can’t seem to keep his hands off her. Something is going on with her and he’s going to find out what it is.
Back home things start to heat up with them when trouble rears its ugly head. Rath makes a decision that could destroy any hope of a happy ever after for both of them.

And of course, the results of the wager have to be ironed out, but don’t expect it to be as easy as ‘just deciding a winner’…

June 15
Keely Tate
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

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This story was a cute, easy read! It did have quite a few grammatical errors, but don't let that deter from the steamy, with a side of funny, group of men that make a wager before they knew what was better for them.

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