She says I’m a beast. And she's right.
But I’m the man she needs if she wants to survive.


I’m no family man.
Big, bearded, tatted – I’m no teddy bear either.
As a member of the Twisted Devils MC, I fix bikes and break heads.
At night, it’s all about easy riding and fast women.
No commitments, except to my club.

Until Trixie.
That night, everything changes.

The curvy bar singer takes the stage and my world shifts.
She’s gorgeous. And her sinful voice stirs an animal inside me.

All I want is one night.
Nothing more.
She tells me I'm full of it.
She wants nothing from a man like me.
Turns out we’re both liars.

Because the truth comes out after one hot night together.
Trixie finds out she's carrying a little secret.
I find out she's got a past.
A dark past that's coming for her and for my child.
And it could destroy us all.

I used to avoid commitment, but not any more.
And those enemies that threaten my woman and my child?
They better be ready for war.
They were friends—just friends. Now they’re something else entirely…

Jason
When I think back, on almost any given day, I see Maggie. In college, she was my best friend’s girlfriend. But, as they say, time changes things. I suppose the funeral was the turning point, when we began depending on each other. Adam asked me to watch out for her, and I did. When bad news hit, she got me through rough days. Our friendship got us through.

If luck fell on my side, I’d make her mine in every way. But, she deserves so much more from life than my prognosis.

A decade of history binds us. One drunken night and we’re fighting. Christ, she’s telling me to go see a therapist. If I can’t figure out how to go back to the way things were, I’ll lose the most important relationship of my life. The only one that truly matters.

Maggie
Last night, we shared tequila. I found myself hoping, like I always do. I’d replay last night a thousand times if I could. It’s the morning after that needs erasing. Our problem? His love for me isn’t the more kind of love. He’s made that abundantly clear. And that’s okay.

Some part of me knows Jason will always see me as his best friend’s girl. Because of our past, he prefers me in the just-a-friend role. I can’t lose our friendship. If he wants to stay in the friend zone, I need to accept that. Move on. Find someone else to love. Rationally, I do know this.

But convincing my heart…well, that’s another story entirely.
A deathbed promise and a cruel temptation.

For Jules to release herself from a painful past, she must break a promise and learn to love again.

The faithful widow promised her husband she’d never love another. She kept her oath, no matter how painful the cost. The days were easier, filled with work and the fight against the Zeta Empire but nighttime brought her more loneliness on a ship filled with fated mates.

When a skirmish traps her in a confined engine room with a massive blue alien, she panics. His very presence effects her on a very deep, primal level. The feelings that she worked so hard to deny for so many years threaten to overwhelm her completely.

Ryzko was dedicated to the cause but his heart longed for a fated mate he’d never yet met. The females on the ship held no interest for him until he found himself barricaded with a pale Terran who was adamant she was not interested in him in the slightest.

The quiet red haired Terran intrigued him. The blush that rose on her creamy skin drove him to divine despair. Her scent, the gentle sway of her hips, even the way she said his name intoxicated him. There was no mistake she was his fated mate.

Their cause be damned: he would do whatever it took to stop her intended one-way mission no matter the consequences.

Can the blue, alien warrior beast break the redheaded Earth-girl free from her painful past?
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Internship? No problem.
Show up on time.
Get the coffee orders right.
Whatever you do, don’t get mixed up with your way-off-limits boss.
Especially not on the conference room table at work.


Looks like I broke a big rule there.
Eli had alpha male written all over him.
Sexy and strong and set in his ways.

All I had to do was be a good little intern for the MLB expansion team
Finish my classes, and that master’s degree would be mine.
I could put my illness behind me and chase my dreams.
No secret crush on my boss, no distractions.
Absolutely no fantasies about him.

Nope never happened.
Those dizzy spells? Probably nothing.
Not my illness coming back.
And definitely not a secret bundle of joy...

That would make everything even more complicated.
From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Nicole Snow comes an intense, heartwarming, and funny standalone read where friends-to-lovers insanity is fate for two stubborn hearts. Just friends? Is a peach pie to the face “just” a little mishap? I know what I felt the day Quinn Faulkner saved me from death...