Nina and Knox flirted a bit when Tess, her best friend and J.D. his brother decided to try the whole long distance relationship out. Nina wasn’t really a relationship-type person, so that would never happen. After his first go with having a woman, Knox was more about meaningless sex. Since they both could agree on one thing, they tried the casual affair.
What they did not expect, was their own issues coming to knock on their door.
Knox is a hard one to pin down but Nina is worse because both of them have very few cares to give.
Read about this roller coaster relationship and see if two hard hearts can find what they have been searching for.
This is an IR. stand-alone, but highly recommended that you read the first novel, with visits from your favorite By Chance, No Choice couple, Tess & J.D.More info →
Tired of dealing with the sexist, dominant men at her corporate job, Samantha Wilde started her own company. After hearing some life-altering news, she literally bumps into a man who knows what he wants regardless of her situation and is willing to pursue her no matter the costs.
Joshua Kelly is a successful business man. He has Samantha in his sights for not only business, but pleasure! He makes her a business proposition that she tries to refuse, then he moves in for the kill with a relationship proposal. She is almost helpless to stay away from him, because he represents the type of dominant man that she wants to avoid but his touch is addictive. Maybe this kind of dominant isn’t so bad.
This story is about the realities of sexual encounters and how to move on from what you cannot change. Based loosely on a many true stories.
***Standalone Novel, BWWM, Interracial Romance***
Xavier and Xena try to deal with the lies that have marred their relationship. Can Xena get past the list and move on? Does Xavier have more secrets that he has yet to reveal? Does the truth answer all of the questions about why and how he is the man he has become? The influence it has on his relationships with the people closest to him? As the journey continues will it be discovered who may be Matt's potential leading lady? The twists and turns of The Chase II takes you through a journey of love, lies and deceit.
Also included is a sneak peek about the next book in the Double XX series. You will also meet some characters from Love Under Attack.
Lori had to go away and regroup, only to return to Manor where her life was turned upside down by one sexy but off-limits biker.
Connor Apollo Locklear.
She had it all figured out but then Apollo decided that he wanted to make amends and everything that Lori had planned went out of the window.
Apollo didn't have anything to offer anyone. His Guardian brothers were the only thing he had and no woman, especially Lori, deserved to deal with his mess. She had her issues but Apollo knew them well. He set out to make amends but when that didn't work; Apollo resorted to desperate measures.
Just Right is book 3 in the Legion of Guardians Motorcycle Club Series.
Trent was written by USA Today Bestselling & Multi-Award Winning Author Xyla Turner
The point of becoming an escort was to pay for my law degree.
One more year and a hefty tuition bill had me rethinking my no sex rule with clients. One exception to this rule with one client that changed my entire life.
He was rude, opinionated, prejudiced and downright ignorant. For him to have an affinity for a certain type of woman, he surely didn’t know how to talk to them. He knew how to have them screaming his name.
Outside of this, my one wish was that he would STFU.
We had five nights only and I was counting down to the hour until I wasn’t.
Five turned into fifty. Hookups turned into sleepovers. A client turned into a significant other.
For goodness sakes, he was a damned Republican!
A man over fifty is afforded the privilege to say and do what he wants.
The criteria for my escorts were black women.
Note: This book is a bit different than a normal Xyla Turner book. It is IR, BWWM, and HEA, but it's a bit darker and really sexy. If you're not easily offended, then this is for you.More info →
Dying wasn't something I was scared of anymore but I vowed a year ago, if I did die it would be on my own accord and I would go down fighting.
"You owe me," Lucille leaned into the man who had yet to tell me his name. "I mean big time."
"You know I got you," he replied. "I always come through."
"What?" Lucille called herself whispering. "She yours or something?"
My mom used to say the first reaction is the real reaction, so when that handsome guy pulled his head back and turned his upper lip, even higher in disgust; I almost turned to leave. Not that I was interested in him but it made sense what he thought of me. He wasn't doing it for anything sexual in return or that he thought I was nice looking. Shit, I wasn't nice looking. I used to be but now, I was a bum.
"No, it's not like that," the man shook his head. "She just needs help."
"Yeah, okay." She nodded, then turned to me. "You'll have to sleep in the back near the kitchen. There's a cot and everything but you'll be safe."
"Thank you." I nodded my head. "I appreciate it."
"Thank him," she said. "Report in before ten and it's yours."
"Okay, I can do that." My head nodded since I was grateful, I didn't have to sleep on the church steps again.
It was Saturday, so most of the regulars would be in front of the stores trying to get money and food from people who were feeling happy that they just got paid. I usually hit the back of the restaurants because people always threw away food when they felt they had an abundance of it and they were under the influence of spirts. If they were high, they ate a lot. Well, that depended on what type of high.
"Lucille will also get you started with one of the work programs." He walked towards me. "Here."
He held out a wad of cash but folded it, so no one could see it but me. My head shook in the negative.
"Here," he repeated.
"It's okay." I waved my hand back and forth. "You've done enough. I'll work with her and go from there."
"Look," he whispered. "Let me do this. Please."
"It's really fine," I said a little sharper. "I don't need your money."
"Well, there's your first lie." The man said to me in a sharper voice. "You do."
This time with no permission, he took my hand, put the money in my palm and closed it with his large hands.
"Keep it safe." He turned towards Lucille and said, "I owe you big time for this. Thank you again."
"Yeah, yeah." She nodded. "Come on, let me show you your quarters."
I nodded towards him and followed Lucille with the hopes of never seeing the man again. What were the odds we'd meet again?
Slim to none.
I did not want to see him again, I had my share of controlling men in my life.
Enough was enough.