Leander, Lord Charrington has a problem. Raised to be a charming diplomat, women fall in love with him.
He, however, seeks a marriage of convenience with a sensible woman with whom he can live on honest terms.
The impoverished widow, Judith Rossiter, Angel Bride of poet Sebastian Rossiter, seems ideal. Still dressing in black, she remains devoted to her dead husband, and she has children to provide for.
Judith Rossiter thanks heaven for the earl’s offered escape from disaster. Though her story is not what the earl believes, the terms of his agreement—to not fall in love with him—seem simple enough. Or so she believes on her wedding day….
I was happy in my small town, in my life as a single, thirty-two-year-old woman. A woman who hadn’t got laid in three years. Hadn’t been on a date in two. Had stopped counting calories and wearing makeup… a while ago.
Then Brett Jacobs waltzed into my life. He took sexual control of my mind and twisted it into knots with what he packed in his pants. He flipped my quiet life upside down and crawled into a place in my heart I thought was dead.
I thought our love was perfect, but I didn’t know about her.
Note to Readers: This standalone book contains themes which could be considered dark.
It’s Christmas time at Crescent Hall, but don’t expect expect peace, harmony and goodwill among men. When Mason Hall and his wife, Regan, invite their friends to stay for the holidays, sparks fly in an epic battle of the sexes, military style!
Navy SEAL Dan Hemmins goes head to head with soldier Sarah Metlin to prove once and for all that woman can’t possibly qualify for an elite branch of the military, but when Sarah proves she’s not just one of the most qualified warriors he’s ever met, she’s also one of the smartest and sexiest, too, he’ll do whatever it takes to get close to her, even if he has to challenge her to another contest…or three…or five!
The Navy SEAL’s Christmas Bride is a Heroes of Chance Creek novella, and has also been featured in the SEALs of Winter box set.