Trial Marriage blurb:
Australian financier, Zack Painter, has a proven formula for avoiding commitment. When cornered, he simply demands whatever his partner-of-the-moment least wants to give.
He’s currently dating successful CEO Brie Logan, who doesn’t seem to know how to let go. When she proposes, he suggests a thirty-day trial marriage, in which he’ll phone through a fantasy of his choosing each day, and assume ownership of her body for an hour while she fulfills it. He couldn’t be more stunned when she agrees to those terms. His first instinct is to push too hard and end their deal prematurely, but he’s soon looking for a way to make it permanent.
Guide Me blurb:
Joseph Slade’s erotic toy business needs an injection of funds–fast. He finds a muse, instead, at an exclusive art gallery in Manhattan. All buttoned up and sexy as hell, Annie Cavanaugh is an unexpected delight. She’s also the widow of the multi-millionaire who promised to invest in his company. When he discovers his prim and proper tour guide has one of his handcrafted toys–and no idea how to use it–he can’t believe his luck. She already melts at a look or a touch. He takes her to a gentlemen’s club, where the thrill of being watched makes her burn; adding a blindfold and restraints sets her on fire.
Although he’s pushing her a little farther each time they scene, her innocent curiosity shows no sign of abating. She seems fascinated by his diverse range of sex aids and the fetish furniture in his artist’s studio. With the right incentive, he’s certain she’ll bankroll his new range of erotic jewelry. If she acts as the company’s spokesperson, they’ll take the world by storm. If she steals his designs, he’ll lose his heart as well as his livelihood.
Tyler Denniger’s perfect life as a professional ballplayer ended the moment he was set alight. Scarred and alone he returns home to find a smokin’ hot redhead living in a one-way glass apartment inside his house. Mel is curvy, flexible, and sometimes naked, yet she remains stubbornly beyond reach. Touching her becomes his obsession, but the glass surrounding her is unbreakable. What they need is a glory hole. He could pleasure her through it while remaining unseen.
Hot sex with a stranger–through a hole in the wall–isn’t what Mel signed up for. Does she want it? Hell yeah, but she’s never even seen Ty. Pressing up against her apartment wall to accept an orgasm under those circumstances would be wrong. Ty sounds hot, he writes great letters, but he could literally be anyone. Dear God, Ty says he’s scarred and damaged but she’ll have the freedom to imagine him however she wishes; is there a person alive who could resist that kind of temptation?