Seducing His Convenient Innocent is a story of a fledgling romance, torn apart by the selfish actions of someone else, then fate intervenes bringing Lysandros and Rio back together, enabling their romance to rekindle into a true and lasting happy ever after.
Rio Armstrong, a concert pianist, falls for Lysandros Drakakis, the sexy, powerful brother of her best friend, Xena. But Rio runs scared from this powerful man and that attraction, until Xena has an accident, which brings Lysandros well and truly back into her life – and her heart.
Lysandros hasn’t stopped thinking about Rio. Or wanting her. When his sister needs her friend’s company at her Greek island home, to recover from the accident, he takes the opportunity to find out why Rio had run out on him. Their romance blossoms into something real and Rio’s revelations strengthen that, leaving Lysandros knowing she is the only woman for him.
Imogen Fraser arrives on a luxury island to sample the kind of lifestyle she could only dream about. As a representative of a bespoke luxury holiday company, she needs to recommend such lavish destinations to her clients and sampling them first-hand gives her an opportunity to escape the reality of her life.
What she didn’t expect to find while sampling the luxury island resort, was to find a man who would complete the fantasy of her week-long escape from reality. Knowing she must return to that reality, Imogen didn’t want to know anything more than his first name. Marco is so far out of her league and believes she is a pampered socialite which only adds to the romantic escape of her time on the island.
Marco Silviano is the not only the owner of the island, but of a multimillion dollar global business of luxury hotels and resorts. With his father’s health failing, his family are pressuring him to marry and so he arrives on his island undercover to see first-hand how his guests are treated as well as have a timely escape from his family and the secrets being revealed.
Imogen adds Marco’s need to stay in the paradise escape he has created, but their final night together has lasting consequences. Almost five months later, Imogen is confronted with reality of Marco Silviano, the man whose baby she now carries.
Every story starts with a small nugget of an idea and this one came from a friend, who mentioned that there were women who ran professional bridesmaid services. My friend’s words were ‘there is a story in there somewhere!’ Sure enough there was and Hired to Wear the Sheikh’s Ring is my story from that nugget of an idea.
Tiffany is desperate to help her sister whose husband has left her not only with a young daughter but debts that threaten the home they live in. Tiffany’s savings don’t come anywhere near covering the debt. Then she meets Jafar, at his best friend’s wedding where she has been the bridesmaid and he puts a deal to her that would mean her sister can live worry free.
Jafar needs a wife in order to remain the ruler of his kingdom, but has no intention of entering into the romantic side of a marriage, so when he discovers Tiffany and the business she runs, he strikes a deal with her to be his bride and remain in his kingdom for several months afterwards.
What neither of them expect is the passion which burns on their wedding night, brighter than the desert sun or that the marriage is now much more than just a deal.
Martinez’s Pregnant Wife is the second book in my Convenient Christmas Brides Duet. Maximiliano Martinez has recently discovered he has a half-brother and on the very day he is to meet him is told by his estranged wife Lisa that their one night of passion has had a lasting legacy. He is to be a father.
Lisa should have walked away from Max and their marriage but something brought her back and now they will forever be linked by the child they created. The secrets from Max’s past mean he insists they remain married for the sake of their baby and as these secrets unfold, so the barriers around his heart finally crumble. But is it too late to save his marriage?
Raul Valdez is shocked to discover he has a half-brother and even more shocked by the terms of his father’s will which stipulate he must track down that half-brother or marry Lydia Carter-Wilson to clear debts owed by her father.
Lydia is unable to comprehend what her father has done or the magnitude of the implications for her. The last thing she wants to do is marry the Spaniard who is calling in her father’s debt, so when she discovers her love of genealogy could get her out of the mess, she strikes her own deal with the banking billionaire. However, neither of them is prepared for the attraction between them to explode so spectacularly.