Kathryn Brocato is lifelong reader and writer of romance who lives with her husband, dogs, and chickens in Southeast Texas. Learn more about her at www.kathrynbrocato.com and visit her Facebook page at
When Berry Challoner arrives in Houston determined to solve her brother Daniel's murder, she knows Tyler Reid, his best friend and college roommate, is the perfect man to help her.
Berry's convinced that Daniel stumbled onto something criminal at the company where he worked, and she plans to go undercover to expose the killer. Berry knows next to nothing about business, but if she can get a secretarial job with one of the company's womanizing owners, she's sure that Tyler, a certified public accountant, can help her follow the money to the murderer.
Tyler loved Daniel like a brother, but he's not a fan of this crazy, spontaneous plan, even if he is mesmerized by Berry. When it looks like she's next on the killer's list, he'll have to challenge his milder instincts and go all in to save the girl he's beginning to fall in love with.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
Quiet, animal loving Leonie Daniel, a high school Physical Education teacher, leads a double life, often standing in for her glamorous older sister, Zara, who works as a government agent. All Leonie has to do this time is spend a few weeks in Zara's lakeside cabin near Hot Springs, Arkansas, behave like Zara and avoid Adam Silverthorne, the man her sister is interested in.
Alas, Adam is immune to the beautiful Zara, but he finds Leonie enchanting. Adam discovers she is Zara's younger sister almost immediately, but in order to woo her, he pretends to believe that Leonie is Zara. Leonie is equally attracted to Adam, but she is certain that Adam would never prefer her over her dashing, outgoing older sister. Worse, some spies are shadowing her every move in the belief that she is Zara.
Adam makes no secret of his attraction, and Leonie sees nothing but heartache ahead, yet she is drawn to Adam in spite of herself. She decides a vacation affair will give them both what they want, and it will end when the vacation ends, with no hard feelings or recriminations. Or will it?
Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors
Georgeanne Hartfield, author of the explosive, bestselling nonfiction book, Faking It, wrote her book about faking sexual pleasure as a means of coming to terms with her own failed marriage. She never counted on meeting a man like Zane Bryant, who makes her feel like a woman for the first time in her life. But if Zane ever discovers she is the person behind the pen name Fritzi Field, how can he possibly believe that her response to him is the real thing?
Sensuality Level: Sensual