This is a reissue of three of my Silhouette Desire novels. I wrote these at the start of my career, and while I will always love them (I still reread the books every so often :-)), my writing style has changed and developed since then, so keep that in mind if you decide to pick up this collection.
I've got details of the stories below, along with links to excerpts. If you do decide to dive in, I hope you enjoy!
Also, this is being published by Harlequin Australia, so I'm not sure if you'll be able to access it worldwide - leave a comment if you can and where you bought it, so other readers can share the info. Thank you!
Awaken to Pleasure
Painful experience screamed that Taylor Reid should run far and fast from Jackson Santorini. But keeping custody of her brother meant becoming her former boss's bride. And giving Jackson a baby.
Despite his powerful size and presence, Jackson had been hurt before. Yet he'd protected her at a personal cost, respecting her virginal apprehension. Suddenly, for Jackson's sake, Taylor wanted to replace pain with pleasure. Only, she'd never imagined what sensations — and secrets — she would awaken...
Excerpt on my website || Longer excerpt on Harlequin Australia website (click the Look Inside button on the cover)
Awaken The Senses
Charlotte Ashton had never belonged anywhere — until she met worldly Alexandre Dupree. The winemaker was consulting at her family's vineyard, and soon shy Charlotte had fallen completely under his spell. He seemed to know all her secret desires, all her dreams — as if he'd been put on earth just for her pleasure.
Alexandre seduced Charlotte in all the ways she had fantasised about. He'd read her secret journal and discovered the real Charlotte — the sensual lover, the generous woman, the vulnerable virgin. Was his crime so unforgivable when all he'd wanted was her love? Yet now to maintain her trust, he would have to continue to lie...
Excerpt on my website
Marc was dangerous to her in the way that only a strong, sexy male could be to a woman. Even knowing that, Hira had agreed to marry him. Her mother had worried that he was scarred, but the lines on his face did nothing to lessen his raw masculine appeal. If anything, they gave him an even more dangerous male air, enticing the feminine core of her to thoughts that shocked her.
What did a man's face matter anyway? She had no use for handsome men. But for a man with a heart? For such a man, she might risk everything...
Excerpt on my website