Single Parent Paperback Bundle
Single Parent Paperback Bundle
A bundle of 15 single parent romances! Why choose between single moms or single dads when you don't have to?
Feel My Love: As a wedding photographer, I get to witness the magic, the romance, and the fairy tale without getting close enough for it to ever sting me again. Until Nick. I broke my number one rule and slept with the best man. How could I resist his sexy good looks and the seductive offer of one night with no strings attached?
Love Me Like You Do: When my best friend asked me to be his fake girlfriend in order to pursue custody of his daughter, I didn’t hesitate to help out. Living together, sharing his bed, and waking up in his arms, quickly rekindle the long-forgotten childhood crush I once had on him. I can’t ignore his charm, the way I feel in his arms, or how amazing he is with his daughter. I remind myself daily that our relationship isn’t real, until he proposes with his grandmother’s ring. Harrison is determined to prove to me that the fairy-tales are real, but I know from experience happy ever afters don’t exist.
Give Me A Reason: Finn’s my best friend’s brother and co-worker. He doesn’t believe in love and I’m a hopeless romantic. We clash about everything except our undeniable attraction to each other. After one hot night on a hotel rooftop, we agree to a no-strings-attached fling. The only problem is our boss has this rule against co-workers dating. As the newest wedding planner, I can’t afford to lose my job. But each day, I fall more for him and his little girl. I want to show him that anything’s possible, even a forever kind of love. But when everything comes crashing down, will I lose my chance at love?
Fighting Chance: I’m not bitter that Savannah St. James rejected me in high school. It's her cluttered storefront I have a problem with. Still, it’s hard to stay mad at her when she’s more beautiful than I remember and her son keeps finding new ways to sneak over to my hardware store every chance he gets.
My Best Chance: I’ve put my rebellious years behind me and I’m finally doing something I can be proud of. Single-parenting my son and opening a garage with my best friend has given me a fresh start. One that came with an unexpected attraction to my best friend’s sister. Her brother warned her against guys like me, but the more time I spend with her, the more I want her.
Worth a Chance: From lemonade stand wars as kids to competing coffee shops as adults, Ben always finds ways to get under my skin. But, no matter how he pushes my buttons, I refuse to let him ruin my business. Of course, there is the matter of his adorable seven-year-old daughter he’s now struggling to raise on his own. I want to keep him in the familiar enemy-zone, but his little girl is melting my heart.
A Chance at Forever: Enlisting was one of my life goals, so was marrying my high school sweetheart, Sophie, and escaping our small town. Nothing has ever hurt me more than when she turned down my proposal. I might not have made the right decisions all those years ago, but this time I’m going to prove to Sophie that I’m the right man for her. A future without her simply isn’t an option.
Lost without You: Opening a law firm isn't at all what I thought it would be. The landlord is arrogant and irritating. Despite his sexy voice and smooth demeanor, I want to fight him at every turn. Everything with him is a battle--a battle I intend to win.
Crazy for You: The job was to renovate a bed and breakfast, not to fall head over tool belt for the sexy proprietor and single mom. Juliana Breslin is sassy, witty, determined and has the two most amazing twin daughters. Two girls that have wrapped their way around all my fingers. The only problem is -I don't do relationships and I don't like being tied down.
Forever with You: Getting involved with Mason Arrington is a bad idea. Navy pilot, with a swagger, unlike any guy I've ever been attracted to before. He's confident and aloof but underneath that rough exterior, is someone who is struggling with so much more than meets the eye. No matter how hard I try, I cannot seem to avoid him, or his family. Even though Mason and his son look like everything I've ever wanted, I need to remember family isn't in the cards for me.
Tempting Love: Accepting a nanny position seemed like a good way to escape my past. To prove I’d changed. I never counted on Sam, my new boss. want to ignore my attraction to him, but it’s impossible with us living in the same house. He’s dangerous because he makes me think that anything’s possible. Even a future with him and Maggie. Can I take a gamble with him and hope my past doesn’t catch up with the future I’m racing towards?
Inescapable Love: Happily ever after wasn't for me. Instead, I focused on being my niece's favorite uncle. Until Natalie and her daughter. Recently divorced, she’s determined to open a bed and breakfast and hires me to renovate it. I should be focused on the job, but instead I’m distracted by the undeniable attraction between us.
Take a Chance on Me: I had no idea when Sadie Cole caught my eye, that she would also steal my heart. My daughter’s new dance teacher with her jet black hair and haunting blue eyes intrigued me. Her tight outfits and bare skin taunted me. Most importantly, she was amazing with my daughter. But Sadie’s reputation proceeded her... and I couldn’t afford any entanglements that would cost me custody of my daughter.
Somebody to Love: My best friend, Gia, has a rule for her employees and her friends: No dating her brothers. But Leo Giovanni is the guy I’d secretly crushed on since high school—who also happens to be Gia’s eldest brother. Leo has always had a special relationship with my daughter, but when he starts coming around more, taking us out on dates, building Evie a playhouse, and whispering sweet Italian words to me, I find myself lowering the walls I’d erected around my heart. How can we make a relationship last when everything is so stacked against us?
Finding Sunshine: I’m 100% focused on my daughter, I don’t have time for socializing, dating, or falling for a grumpy mountain man whose family owns a Christmas Tree Farm. But Knox is constantly there, offering support and friendship and unknowingly reminding me that I’m still a hot-blooded woman and not just a mother. Because Christmas is his job, Knox has completely lost his Christmas spirit, but in return for his generosity, I’m determined to help him find it once more.