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Release Date: May 5, 2015
Former rock star Dex Reed throws a wild comeback party in his Austin penthouse, and seven romances heat up the night.
No Quitting Allowed, Rebecca Royce
One last assignment and then Lana is quitting her job, quitting Austin, and moving on with her life. Until Jake stumbles into her and changes the direction of her whole world.
Twisted, Cara Carnes
Caleb “Colt” Douglas agreed to close out Twisted Delirium’s sold out world tour with a gig at SXSW for one reason–win back the woman he left behind.
Do Over, Chandra Ryan
When life offers Juliana a fresh start, will she follow her heart or play it safe?
Consortium, Riley Bancroft
Record exec Holt Michaelson married the enigmatic Chloe to keep his assets safe from a vindictive competitor, but after a fiery encounter with his new wife, he’s determined to claim her as his own, body and soul.
Tall Order, Irene Preston
Dylan made the worst mistake of his life when he chose his career over Aston, but tonight he’ll take a risk on Aston even if it’s too late.
Enchanted, Evelyn Berry
Stripped of her magic, fairy princess Aurora is torn between her duty to her imperiled family and to a brilliant musician who holds the key to their freedom…and her heart.
One Night with the Vampire, Jax Garren
Tonight Alex will finally possess the woman he’s craved, but Sofia’s dangerous family secrets threaten to tear them apart.
Do Over by Chandra Ryan
Luke Sinclair should give his full attention to the band playing on stage. Listening to musicians and finding the next big thing was, after all, his job. But he couldn’t. Not tonight. No matter how hard he tried, he found the young lady sitting across from him far more interesting.
Which probably tells me all I need to know about the band.
She was good looking, but pretty girls weren’t exactly a rarity in Austin. And since the festival, South by Southwest, was in full swing, lovely women were a dime a dozen. No, it wasn’t her appearance holding him captive. He couldn’t look away because she seemed to be so removed from the fun going on around her—and not in an arrogant or ironic way. She sat in the middle of the best party of the year, but her attention seemed focused the table in front of her. With her glazed over eyes, she appeared a thousand miles away. What could be keeping her from engaging in the scene with all the other patrons in the bar?
Sighing for probably the tenth time, she swirled the amber liquid around in the bottom of her glass. She hadn’t taken a single drink since he’d been watching her. She only played with it. Teased it with the promise of sliding past her full lips and down her slender throat. But in the end she denied the drink as she denied the atmosphere around her.
When she looked over and caught him staring at her, he stood. He’d obsessed about her long enough. He wasn’t a teenager. He didn’t gawk at women from afar. It was time he introduced himself.
After grabbing his drink, he made his way over to her table and smiled. “I do believe you’re cheating your drink out of its destiny.”
Her expression changed from one of melancholy to confusion. “I’m sorry?”
“It’s not me you should be apologizing to, angel.” He nudged his way between her and the person to her left to sit on the crowded bench next to her. “That poor whiskey is dying to be tasted.”
She glanced at her drink as if she finally remembered it. “Oh.” She focused her attention on him again. “Wait. How would you know what my whiskey wants?”
“I happen to have a lot in common with whiskey. We’re spirit brothers.”
“Are you, now?” She lifted the glass and took a slow sip. “You’re both certainly bold.”
“Life doesn’t favor the weak.”
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