Conrad found Tani, the woman of his dreams. Beautiful, sexy, and soft fine hair all over her body that drove him wild. And Tani found Conrad, exciting, fun, and primitive, something she loved and needed to escape her boring job. A perfect match? It might have been, except for one minor problem. Tani wasn’t from Earth.
The novel sputtered, not starting. Nothing worked. All her previous novels came easily. But now no word, no sentence looked right.
She needed to solve the problem. And then did.
A story... about writing... a story.
Hanna had a job and a life that just didn’t let her meet men. So her boss invited her into a very special book club. And one night Hanna decided to take The Romance Novel Challenge. With luck she just might live happily ever after.
Not really dead, not really alive.
Debbie finds herself one fine day in a hospital morgue and the man of her dreams walks in to start her autopsy. In just moments her wonderful body will be cut open. And she can’t move to stop him.
Can romance be real between two androids on a poison planet with beach sand in all the wrong places?
Dr. Susan Taft discovers the answer to that question when her ship crashes on a very hostile planet. The only thing not hostile is the other android with her.
Maria Webb hated men with too much body hair. But then a magical guy with a lot of hair came striding nude toward her on the beach and everything changed. This time she fell in love with a man with very bushy eyebrows and some special talents that no one would have expected to find with a nude man on a nude beach.