Sunday Romance Reads To Devour 9/18

Sunday Romance Reads To Devour 9/18

Too Complicated: A Single Dad Next Door, Pregnancy Romance (Billionaire Secrets Book 5)
Ajme Williams

I’m in love with the man that was hired to keep tabs on me.
Turns out, I’m the one keeping tabs now because he’s my neighbor
…and he’s hot!

I was still able to think straight until I found out Noel had a son.
All my common sense went out the window when I watched him care for the kid.
The kid that his psycho ex just left at his door.

Yes, the last thing Noel wanted was another relationship.
And the last thing I wanted was heartbreak.

So I made a deal with myself that I knew I wouldn’t be able to keep.
Three words were all I needed to remember: No strings attached.
I was prepared for everything except… the two pink lines on a stick.

Noel was about to be a father again.
Was the hot single billionaire ready for another shock of his life?

Too Complicated is a full-length, single dad next door, pregnancy romance, with loads of forbidden naughtiness – the kind that makes you go weak in the knees. Filled with lots of heart and heat, all books in this series stand alone and promise a very satisfying happily ever after. No cheating or cliffhanger – EVER.


Elle Rivers

“I loved this book! It made me smile, it made me laugh and I loved the representation and authenticity within its pages.” Lucy, GoodReads Review

After her last relationship ended terribly, Amelia Rogers has managed to avoid dating for five years. And while she’s fine with it, her mother isn’t.

To get out of being set up on her family vacation, Amelia needs to find a date – and fast.

The only person she knows that is is single is her coworker Daniel. He's recently divorced, quiet and isn't a fan of mixing business and personal life. Amelia figures he's not only going to say no, but he's going to report her to HR when she asks him for this favor. She's desperate though, and he's her only option.

Daniel Anderson is in trouble. His wife left him for a member of his own family, and they want to tell people about their relationship. He doesn't want his past relationship to get any more undeserving attention, so he needs to look over his ex. He isn't sure how to go about it, until Amelia Rogers, his coworker, comes to him with the perfect solution.

They strike a deal. Daniel will go to the beach with Amelia and play the part of her new boyfriend, and in turn, Amelia will pretend to date him in the office to make sure people know that Daniel is over his ex.

It's a perfect plan. Neither of them want love, so it should be easy to play the part without actually falling in love…


FAKECATION is a full length, standalone novel. It features the forced proximity trope, friends to lovers, and only one bed. Follow Daniel and Amelia as they go from coworkers to friends … to something so much more.


The Broken Road (Broken Love Book 4)
Jordan Marie

I never planned on coming home.
Never say never.

Katie Smith had forever written all over her.
I knew better than to touch her.
I just couldn’t stop myself.

I had plans, goals, and a life that didn’t include Macon, Texas.

What do you do when what you want clashes with what you love?
You either let it tear you apart, or you make a decision.

Now, seven years later, I have regrets—none as big as walking away from Katie.
But life moves on and she’s getting ready to marry my brother.

I don’t like it. There’s a pain inside me that I can’t escape, but there’s nothing I can do.

Then, I learn my decision had consequences.
Like a son I never knew was mine.


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Love, Lies And High Heels
Debbie Conrad

Who would have guessed a lie could bring them together?

LUKE GALLOWAY doesn't lie. Well, not normally. And never about anything as serious as death. But, somehow Luke's friend and business partner, Sam Paris, convinces Luke he needs to do just that. Sam believes the only way his daughter will come back to see him is if he were dying. And so the lies begin . . .

RUSTY PARIS has been alone most of her life. Her parents were divorced when she was very young. She was pushed off to boarding schools, while her mother made a hobby of marrying rich men. She doesn't remember much about her father, only that he never made an attempt to be a part of her life for the past twenty-some years. But all that is about to change. When she gets word he is dying, she runs home to be by his side, which puts her right in the path of that scoundrel Luke Galloway.

Luke has no room in his life for rich heiresses. Been there. Done that. From the first time Luke and Rusty meet, they clash. She considers him nothing more than a lowly ranch hand who enjoys riling her temper. He finds her arrogant and prissy. But that doesn't mean he can fight his attraction to her, nor hers to him. And when they find out they've both been duped by Rusty's father the sparks really start to fly.