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Come Monday

Forbidden fruit is always the sweetest.

Keira recognizes daydreaming about her sexy professor is cliche, but that doesn’t help curb her fantasies of Professor Wallace bending her over his desk night after night.

Will Wallace has never been tempted by a student…until Keira. Now he’s willing to break all the rules, offering sweet punishments and sweeter rewards. His sexual authority slowly strips away some of her precious control.

But that’s the one thing Keira’s not ready to relinquish…

Ruby Tuesday

He wants so much more than just her music…

Bad boy rocker Sky Mitchell wants to buy Teagan’s song. Only it’s not for sale.

Neither is she, but that doesn’t stop him from challenging her to a contest, a game of winner take all.

Waiting for Wednesday

Lane used to be hands off and Tris knew it. He followed the rules and left her alone. Now she’s back and the game has changed.

When Lane returned, she believed she could resist the far-too-sexy Tris. A life of disappointment had destroyed her ability to love, to trust a man.

Or so she thought.

Sweet Thursday

Lily intends to rewrite the past at her high school reunion. When she was younger, she was too shy to act on her feelings, but she’s all grown up now. And ready to take what she wants. Even if it’s only for one night.

Soldiers Justin and Killian are blown away when quiet Lily proposes a night too tempting, too hot to resist. But just one no-holds-barred, explosive evening with the stunning woman will never be enough.

November 13
Mari Carr
Mari Carr

Customer Reviews

sbsbrinson ,

Sweet, sexy, seductive

The stories of the Gallagher family make for interesting reading. Their journeys of finding forever love are each unique but similar at the same time.

Father Found ,


Didn’t mind Monday, and Tuesday. But I could not finish Wednesday. No woman is that stupid, and I was insulted that she betrayed her protagonist as that idiotic.

Crazy not lazy ,

Wild Irish Boxed Set

These stories are adorable. Each story unlike the others. Humorous, hear-warming and believable! I’m keeping them to read again!

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