I Am Yours
Amara Harper and Noah Farrington have a history. A passionate, emotion-filled, pleasurable history. Despite how good it felt to be in his arms, being with Noah terrified Amara and because she is good for running from the things she fears, she runs from him, leaving him brokenhearted and with a newfound determination to become the man he knew he could be if she’d only given him the chance.
Two years later, and in line for a promotion, Amara uses a project she’s put in charge of as a means to get in contact with the man who stole her heart. She’s afraid of what might happen but moves forward anyway and despite his resolve to deny her when she comes calling, he gives in and agrees to help her with it.
Naturally when two people meant for each other come together even for work, passion ignites, and Amara is sent on a journey that forces her to beg these questions: What if? What if I allowed his passion to consume me and not run from it?
There are obstacles though; like she is practically engaged to Keith, the safe choice for Amara, and again, she doesn’t truly trust love. Can Amara overcome her fears and give into what makes her feel whole? Can she finally begin to trust the love that Noah has always had for her?
Breaking Her Rules
Savanah Burnett had spent much of her life shunning convention and the rules that kept people in their lane. Though she had tons of fantastic memories because of it, she also experienced some difficulties she’d much rather forget. Deciding to start a new job, in a new city with a new attitude which included playing by the rules, she takes a vacation as a restart. That’s where she runs into a man that could only be defined as Mr. Irresistible.
Joseph Farrington had only one thing in mind when going for a stroll around the resort where his brother had just tied the knot: finding some of his own fun. But what he doesn’t know is that one night of pure passion with the playful and sexy stranger would not only be unforgettable but follow him back home away from paradise they created on the island.
Note: This novella is a stand alone but if you want to familiarize yourself with some of the characters, read I Am Yours.