Inertia - First Law of Motion
Christopher MacCormack, Center
Destination romance at it's finest in ebook and paperback.
These novels are standalone but take place in the same universe.
Life for former pro-surfer Jake Garrant moves pretty slow in the small town of Manalua, Hawaii until one day a mysterious black haired beauty in a Cubs cap asks for surfing lessons. He commits to six lessons and does his best to keep it professional, but he can’t help falling for a woman named Audrey Logan. As each lesson goes by, the heat between them grows and they give in to their desires, until one day they’re forced to face the ultimate riptide.
Be What Love Is
When Cara Montgomery inherits a Pemberley worthy English estate, she doesn’t bargain on spending the summer fighting and flirting with co-beneficiary Reid Lewis. Isolated in a Somerset mansion has its perks, as well as its troubles, for these two hot-tempered lovers.
Pull At My Heart
Juliana Rodriguez dreams of traveling the world, so she jumps on the opportunity to transfer to the Ireland office for her job. She takes a chance on renting a room above a pub, but she didn’t bargain on her roommate, Eoghan Murrough, being irresistible. Now she’s just one ride through the Irish countryside on the back of his motorcycle away from crossing the line.
Love Overseas Series Collection
Pack your bags for the ultimate in destination romance
You'll be swept away to the beaches of Maui, the English countryside, and the rolling green hills of Ireland in three standalone contemporary romance novels that will heat up your kindle.
The Exception - A Love Overseas Short
A Standalone Romance Featuring Dylan and Ruth from Pull At My Heart
On a scale of my landlord, Edgar, who has a huge hairy mole on his face to the blessedly handsome Charlie Hunnam...well you can guess which end of the spectrum the smoking hot bartender fell on. Blond hair. Chiseled jaw. Arms. Arms. Arms. But it was the intensity in his gaze that feckin’ floored me. He saw me, and I don’t know why something that should be so ordinary was so exceptional.
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