”Mr. Darcy turns into a bad boy in this hate-to-love romance.”
We hated each other on first sight.
The golden boy. Wes Spencer, aka Mr. Darcy, has it all: the face of a Greek god, millions of adoring fans, a mile-long yacht and a bored attitude. Well, he has everything except a heart. The last thing he needs is a crew member on his new film set nearly dying in his arms.
The stunt girl. That’s me, Ari Demos. I just landed a coveted job as a stunt double in the new Pride and Prejudice movie adaptation starring actor slash phenomenon Weston Spencer. Cue high dives and complicated car stunts along the narrow cliffs of a Greek island. One false step and I could lose not only my job, but my life.
I wanted nothing to do with the arrogant English boy.
Waking up to his kiss was something other girls dreamed of, not me.
The movie star is the last person I’d expect to save my life.
Falling in love was never supposed to be part of the job.
Fighting to stay alive was never supposed to be part of growing up.
Today is not the day I die.
Today is not the day I fall in love with the guy I hate.
Lose Me is an enemies to lovers stand-alone romance, with a lot of angst and darkness.
It has a HAE and no cliffhangers.
Nancy is single, pregnant, and has a dead-end job when she meets Tai, a local food truck owner. Tai is suave and compassionate and can offer her the chance of a lifetime. Will their personalities clash or sparks fly?
Erotic stories for women – Dirty Sex – Erotic anthology – Sexy Short Stories for Adults
Are you looking for dirty sex stories to read before sleeping? Do you want to read something that can turn your deepest desires on?
Then, this is the right book for you!
You will find a selection of dirty and forbidden short sex stories that you can read wherever you want to feel excited, and whenever you feel ready to turn your sexual fantasies on.
This book contains adult erotica and explicit sexual situations not suitable for readers under 18
Monty is down a partner and a girlfriend, but things start to perk up when Jewel comes into her life. However, when faced with the task of how to balance both her work and personal life, Monty finds that she might have to give up her job as a detective in order to get serious with her new romantic interest. Will Monty be able to give up the job that she loves in order to introduce someone new in her life, or is this all just a big distraction from her current case?