Hunter lost a bet at a blackjack table and begrudgingly traded temperate Southern California for the sweltering heat of Las Vegas. There she resides with an extremely tolerant husband and two cats named after her favorite beverages, Latte and Java.
When she’s not dreaming of returning to coastal living, Hunter works at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, from where she recently received her Master’s in British history. In order to appease her muse, she writes the kind of fiction that keeps her sane. She adores romance in all forms, but prefers her stories with two heroes that find their happily-ever-after with each other
Tim Cratchit hates everything about Christmas. Not to mention the lousy memories of holidays passed. The one thing Tim looks forward to is catching up on work and ignoring all the festive drivel. Until Henry Scott, Tim’s star employee, interrupts his boss's plans to give him a present. Henry finds the guts to tell Tim exactly what he thinks of him—and it's anything but merry. Except for that kiss.
IT geek Sean Barlow lusts after the dreamy UPS guy who charms the ladies in his office with his roguish smile and sinful brown shorts. The delivery guy couldn't be more out of Sean's league, even if by some miracle he was gay. But when a freak power outage finds Sean trapped in the elevator with his uniformed hunk, he learns first-hand that you can't judge a UPS guy by the size of his package.
Officer Reed Weston has come to expect the unexpected during the graveyard shift in the City of Sin. After waking up hung-over and ashamed of his behavior (the little that he remembers), Grant Carroll wants to make amends... Part of "Summer Bigger Than Others - A Summer Anthology"
Beaten Track authors present fourteen short summer reads filled with friendship, romance and, of course, enough heat to make your ice lolly dribble. Summer Bigger Than Others takes you away to your own private island of diverse stories that will make your summer days sweet, sizzling and sexy. Make this summer the best it's ever been; make it bigger than all the others.
A story from Boughs of Evergreen: A Holiday Anthology. All Mitch wants for Christmas is a quiet holiday free from grief. Patching up the face of the target of a mugging in the back alley of his bar seems to throw that wish right out into the cold Chicago night. But the tatted, pierced, skinny-jean wearing Keller Graham is fearless and proves to be more than a pair of icy blue eyes lined in black.