Lynn Richards is the writing team of two best friends. They enjoy romance. Period. Their books always have a happily-ever-after. Writing is as necessary to them as breathing. Too bad that pesky thing called work interferes every day.
There was nothing ordinary about Honey Potts. From the tips of her Very Berry Pink toenails to the top of her curly auburn head, and every freckled mouthwatering inch of abundant skin in between, she was a force of nature that made Derek’s head spin. For an experienced bear shifter like him, that could spell big trouble.
McQuade Jenner was a lone wolf.
He didn't need some antiquated idea of one mate for life messing up his perfect bachelor lifestyle. On any given night he could find a biker groupie–human or shifter–reckless enough for a one-time fling with a wolf. He could bed a woman when he felt the need and go home to the solitude he enjoyed. And that's exactly what he'd intended to do the night Rose Spencer walked into his life–alone, wet, and trouble just waiting to happen. He’d never intended to get involved with the innocent Rose–she was a life-time commitment and McQuade didn't do commitment. But what was a wolf protector supposed to do when the woman his wolf wanted was threatened by a low-life lion shifter?
Rose Spencer wasn't the bar-scene type. She'd never have stepped foot inside the shifter bar unless she’d been trying to protect her sister–again. When would she learn that Alice was quite capable of taking care of herself–and that she was the one suddenly in need of protection?
After years of trying to forget her high school crush, Dailey Carnes returns home to take part in her best friend's wedding. Unfortunately, her crush is none other than Tyson Graham, her best friend's older brother.
Will he still see her as the fat girl everyone called "Dailey Double?" Determined to avoid him as much as possible, Dailey is stunned when Ty makes a move she didn’t see coming. She might just get the chance to bed the best man after all..."
WARNING: For mature audiences only. This story is sweet and spicy and contains some explicit language. It is a short novella of approximately 6,500 words. Oh yes, it does have a happily-ever-after.