Boys of Summer
With these seven stories, summer has never been so hot, and the men have never been so good... More
Personal Best by Rhyll Biest
What do cocky Olympic water polo players have in common with cranky equine surgeons? Nothing, thank heaven, as recently-divorced vet, Eve Ransom, would say. But when she decides to teach hunky athlete, Cain Nadeau, a lesson about chatting up strangers on planes, she thinks to trick him into backing off by offering a week of handyman duties. Before she knows it, he's stripping more than just her house paint—he's stripping away her resistance to him one kiss at a time...
Fan Girl and the Geek by Krystal Brookes
Rhett Williams, the hunky captain on the TV show Starship Einstein, is coming to a convention in the UK, and Shona Ross is determined to meet him. Having spent years dreaming about the handsome actor, she nurtures dreams of becoming more than just a fan.
When Rhett does not live up to expectations and leaves Shona despondent, Daniel Adams, the geeky kid from the show, befriends her. Only he's no longer a geeky kid. In fact, her attraction to him is almost interplanetary. Can Shona get over her infatuation, forget about Daniel's weak role, and see the man for what he is now?
Spike by Lyncee Shillard
Forgiveness isn't something that comes easy for Rae, but she'll do whatever she can to ease her sister's struggles with her five-year-old niece's fight against cancer. In desperation, Rae calls Brody and asks him to do a benefit volleyball match.
Fighting her old attraction and the flames between her thighs, Rae is determined to stay out of the ripped volleyball player's bed. At least until he shows up with his teammate, Treyvon. Is the hate she's groomed against Brody for the last seven years strong enough to keep her from falling for both men?
The game is on.
My Bad Boy Biker by Sam Crescent
Mandy Straus is looking for a distraction.
One night soon turns into a weekend. However, there is more to Dan than meets the eye. Can Mandy find it in her heart to forgive him for the secret he harbors concerning her? Is it possible for a bad boy and a good girl to have a future?
An Enchanting Surprise by Brian Collier
Skie Wilson is a simple girl with simple tastes. Give her the job at the Cambridge Inn, her outrageous best friend, some puzzles, and a beer, and she's good to go. Of course, the one thing missing from that mix is passion and heat—the kind that makes her heart race, her toes curl, and her body tingle.
Jaded by a cheating fiancé, Skie has avoided commitment ever since. No man has caught her eye enough to make her change her mind, at least not until the Spanish Olympic team arrives for their last summer of training before the event. The scorching hot athletes offer quite the temptation, with their sweat-glistened muscles and taut bodies, but one sinfully sexy triathlete captures Skie’s attention the most. Will she hide behind the safety of the inn’s “no fraternization” rule, or will she let her hair down and have a little fun?
Diving In by Andra Ashe
Mia and Luke have a great relationship and a sizzling hot sex life. So why is she fantasizing about the surf-drenched hunk on the beach? And why doesn’t Luke mind? Perhaps their feelings for each other aren’t as true as they should be.
When Luke invites said hunk to join them for lunch and some "afternoon delight," Mia dismisses her doubts and discovers she has a bad-girl side. Being the focus of two naked, adventurous men is exhilarating and addictive.
But while Luke appears to enjoy this new Mia in his bed, will he still want her in his heart?
Changing Swell by Marie Laurent
On holiday between college terms, Jason spends a vacation with his friends, in hopes of surfing Tofino waves. But when he meets Casey, a cocky and handsome surfer, Jason learns more about himself in a few short days than in a lifetime. How will he handle the struggle with his sexuality—or his imminent departure? If he can't come to terms with Casey, he may be left in the shallows.