• Review: In the Highlander's Bed

    Gordon Lachlan is a man of honor, pride and protects his clan no matter what the problem is. He doesn't care that there is a bounty on his head just that if he gets the Sword of McKenna his clan can now move up in the rebellion they have been planning....

  • Review: Call of the Highland Moon

    `Call of the Highland Moon' is a good read for those that like their heroes untamed and their romance spicy. Gideon is soon to be the Alpha to his clan of werewolves but before he takes that responsibility, he wants to explore the world and find solace...

  • Review: A Forbidden Temptation Shields, #4

    This installment of the series finds the Shields in 15th century Scotland. Almost instantly, the reader is thrown into the middle of a conundrum. A gryphon is not a being to succumb to evil, but in this case, one has. Solving this riddle, along with determining...

  • Review: Desperately Seeking a Duke The Heiress Brides, #1

    Across the crowded ballroom, where she was "Desperately Seeking a Duke" to fulfill her grandfather's wills requirements; it was love at first site for Phoebe Millbury. And then he turned around! Yes, an exceptional bottom entranced her. After being caught...

  • Review: The Night Before the Wedding

    She bears a dagger that has joined her already in marriage to a Scottish man. Not just any Scottish man but chief of his clan. Every Farlan woman that bears a dagger on her body must marry the chief of the MacBraedons or grow up with madness in her if...

  • Review: No One Left To Tell

    Detective Raven Mackenzie and her partner Tony Rodriguez are called in to investigate a homicide of a man brutally slain found in a chapel with a cryptic message pinned to his chest. They uncover the man's connection to powerful female crime boss Fiona...

  • Review: Return of the Rogue

    What's a girl to do when she finds herself married to the man who had refused her just a few short years earlier? Make the best of it is what Honora does and that is what makes this story. Following Honora as she learns to deal with married life, her...

  • Review: The Reluctant Suitor

    The Reluctant Suitor is the perfect Victorian swoon, complete with an unbearably gorgeous heroine matched with a cynical yet gentlemanly war hero. Colton Wyndham, newly returned from war, appears to be stunned into flowery compliments at every turn for...

  • Review: The Stolen Princess

    This is an absolute keeper. I loved Callie and Gabe as a couple, they're both so endearingly determined to protect those they love. I enjoyed the repartee between them and it was heart-warming to see how they found love in the most unlikely of places...

  • Review: Bertie's Golden Treasure

    What seems designed to be a playful romp through historical England mostly hits, Bertie's Golden Treasure certainly maintains a light-hearted tone throughout the story. Although I liked Bertie a good deal, as she resonates with the devil-may-care small...

  • Review: Hard to Handle SBC fighters - Book 3

    As a prequel to this review I would like you to know that I do not watch boxing, fighting or wrestling. It is not that I do not think of these as sports, I know that they are. I also know that it takes an extreme amount of training and sacrifice for these...

  • Review: The Song The Sons of Destiny, Book 4

    Kudos to Jean Johnson for successfully intertwining fantasy with romance, the plot itself with regards to the politics of the world she built would be fascinating even without the romance woven in. Not that the story of Mariel and Evanor isn't spellbinding...

  • Review: The Wicked Ways of a Duke

    This was my first experience with Ms. Guhrke's work and I must say that it was a pleasant surprise. I was attracted to the story since I love rags to riches stories. We meet Prudence Bosworth, lead seamstress, as she is mending the torn hem of a spoiled...

  • Review: Fast & Loose

    Cole Early is a very successful Thoroughbred trainer and his horse, Silk Purse, has a chance to race in the Kentucky Derby. But when Cole tries to get a hotel in Louisville, there's nothing open so he ends up renting a house. Lulu's house. She's a local...

  • Review: Night Life Book One in the Nocturne City Series

    Wow, I am still thinking about this book. The last time I reacted to a book this way, it was the first Mercy Thompson book by Patricia Briggs. If you are looking for a book that seamlessly blends a police procedural with a paranormal, go out and get this...

  • Review: Untamed

    Hope Tarr brings us back to Roxbury House where we are introduced once again to Patrick O' Rourke. As a child he had it tough and almost didn't make it if it weren't for the Prime Minister who gave him a second chance. As he grew he missed the one thing...

  • Review: Gunshot Grange

    Marci Sky, unemployed history professor, agreed to fill in as a bridesmaid for an estranged friend, but with ulterior motives. Secrets to her late grandmother's past may hide somewhere in her friend's home. Those secrets would add extra oomph to Marci's...

  • Review: The Darkest Night Lords of the Underworld series, #1

    Do you like hunky guys who are also deeply troubled and just need that one special woman to redeem them? If so The Darkest Night should be on your list of books to read this year. This is the first book in the Lords of the Underworld series. The first...

  • Review: Roan of Ellan Vannin

    Roan of Ellan Vannin is a novel unto itself. Unlike the usual trilogy this spans mostly the same space and time the initial Songbird of Rushen Abbey, but with different outcomes. It is very distressing at times to remember the first's storyline and try...

  • Review: A Scent in the Night

    Lorelei Duplessis, an award-winning chef from Montreal, Quebec arrives in Hyannis Port for an important international competition. Still reeling from her Uncle Roche's death, and haunted by the long ago mysterious disappearance of her parents, Lorelei...

  • Review: Dance of the Cedar Cat 13,000 Words

    A nice little read. The story starts with Sussie having more questions than answers as she tries to make sense of things her Grandmother taught her, her dreams, and what about this new doctor in town? With her faithful cat Cleo at her side, Sussie tries...

  • Review: Free Falling

    ooh-ing over how kick-ass Rainie is and sighing rapturously over her relationship with Roc, her husband, this book definitely sped by. I was halfway through before I even realized it. Rainie is definitely my sort of girl; she's able to take care of herself...

  • Review: A Highlander for Christmas

    It may be past the Christmas Season but that is no reason to pass on this delightful and sexy romp of a story. Well defined characters along with an engaging time-travel plot combine to create a delightful reading experience. Some expected turns, more...

  • Review: The Songbird of Rushen Abbey The Hearts of Ellan Vannin Trilogy - Book 1

    The trilogy begins in 1441 as Magnus; King of Isle Mann died leaving two sons Alban 12, and Godfrey 8. Then 17 years later, Alban is sitting judge against his wife of 12 years Eugenia, accused of adultery and treason which she confessed to. She's banished...

  • Review: Tales from the Treasure Trove, IV A Jewels of the Quill Anthology

    What do a love story, paranormal romance, romantic horror, suspense, romantic historical/American West, paranormal/science fiction, and humorous romantic mystery have in common? They're all here in the newest gem of a collection from the authors of The...

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Breaking the Rules by Ember Leigh

Amara's move home is anything but fun. With her mom recovering from a cancer diagnosis, her only goal is to find a job in her field and support her family. But once she lays eyes on Travis Holt, she realizes her time in LA might be a lot more tolerable if she could use him to take her mind off things.

For Travis, there's only ever been one rule: stay away from his best friend's sister. And it wasn't a problem until Amara moved back west all grown-up and sexier than sin. When she comes strutting around his gym every day, it's impossible to keep his eyes--and hands--off her.

The one-off fling Amara imagined isn't possible with a God like Holt. And once Eddie finds out, they're suddenly cast into the turbulent waters of Something More, the unfamiliar terrain where Amara has to confront whether she can truly support someone whose career is the antithesis of everything she's worked for in the non-profit world.