Hot Summer Nights
Jaci Burton, Jessica Clare, Erin McCarthy, Carly Phillips
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Passions ignite in these all-new stories from four bestselling masters of contemporary romance…
In Jaci Burton’s “Hope Smolders,” struggling divorcee Jane has put her personal life on hold to raise her kids—until she runs into Will, her ex’s former best friend, who convinces her it’s time to start having fun again.
Carly Phillips takes you back to the town of Serendipity, where overworked Alexa has an instant connection with a sinfully sexy football star on the dance floor. A one-night stand evolves into multiple nights when Luke decides to teach the good doctor about his own brand of fun. But when it’s time for him to leave town, will these “Perfect Strangers” be able to say goodbye for good?
In Jessica Clare’s “Legend of Jane,” an intrepid Bloggess catches the eye of local law enforcement when she gets caught trespassing. Luckily, Luanne wouldn’t mind getting handcuffed by Officer Hotness…
Single girl Chelsea is tired of feeling like the fifth wheel on her weekend jaunt to Lake Placid, until she gets stuck out in the cold and finds a muscular knight in shining armor to warm her up—in Erin McCarthy’s “Ice Princess.”
hairstyle, but Phoebe had given her a discount and she relented. The highlights were subtle and gorgeous and really made a difference, brightening her face. Or maybe that was the eyebrow wax, which made her eyes seem rounder and made her green eyes brighter. She had no idea. She only knew she felt better. But now she had to decide what to wear. She’d chosen three dresses, but she needed Chelsea’s help. She called, and Chelsea had told her she’d been prepared for the phone call and had known Jane
worth it.” She pinned Chelsea with a look. “That was harsh, Chelse.” “No, Jane. That was the truth.” CHAPTER ELEVEN Will thought a lot about what Jane had said the other night. He didn’t like it, but they were her kids and she had the right to make those decisions. Even if he didn’t agree with all of them. The discussion about the camp had come up in conversation with Ryan. Will had told him he’d gone to the camp when he was a kid. Ryan had been so excited about the camp, and Will
“Getting a hard-on in these shorts is going to be difficult to hide.” She breathed deeply. “I’m having the same problem.” “Yours is easier to hide.” “I can give you some tough math problems to solve,” she said, her eyes bright with mischief. “That won’t help. Your body is still pressed up against mine.” She slid out from under him. “I can fix that. See you later.” After a quick brush of her lips against his, she winked and waved as she hurried off, leaving him alone to think up some of those
surrounded him, providing an added sensual high, as if he weren’t already feeling enough. Luke’s tongue swirled around her nipple, laving over her breast. The tiny bud tightened and a shudder hit her hard. So damned responsive, he could watch her come over and over again without getting bored. Alexa had never felt so much. A lick, a touch from Luke, and she felt the pull from her nipple to her core, becoming fully aroused all over again. Wonder overwhelmed her and she arched against him,
the ice rink, already knowing that they fit. This time he’d had to go to the source, her best friend, Cara Hartley, a Serendipity police officer who Luke found at her home. And it hadn’t been easy to get her address. When he got there, she looked him up and down, placed her hands on her hips, and divulged Alexa’s shoe size. “I have a gun and I know how to use it,” she then said. “Break her heart and you’ll answer to me.” “Message received,” he told her. “I like how you two look out for each