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What happens in Nassau, stays in Nassau. Not.
When Joanna Trent abandoned her practical life to indulge in a vacation fling, she never expected that the handsome stranger she left behind in the Bahamas would turn out to be a new and important business client, Nathan Hartford.
Now, Joanna must try to separate business from pleasure, even as Nathan persists in rekindling their affair. But there are consequences to rash actions, and Joanna needs to decide what she is going to do about them before she plunges even deeper with the darkly handsome Nathan.
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in February of 1991 by Kismet.
Can a new start include a past love?
After a terrible year that included rebuilding her business after a fire, Sandi Canin needed a break. When she decided to go on a week-long cruise, she was hoping to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet. Instead, she ended up getting stuck on the ship with the last man she ever wanted to see, Max Avery.
Max knew he had made the biggest mistake of his life when he left Sandi. Determined not to waste this new chance, Max refuses to take no for an answer. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to convince this angry, betrayed woman that he’s here to stay. Because when it comes to Sandi, Max knows he’s a forever man.
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published by Kismet Meteor in August 1991. Length: Novel
She’s going to get that rascally rabbit…
Jessie DeLord couldn’t help but be charmed by the six-foot-tall rabbit she met at a costume party. It took a lot to pull off such an…interesting outfit, and Trevor Planchet definitely had confidence to spare. Before the night was out, she found herself lost in his arms, enjoying more than just bunny kisses. But if there was one thing Jesse knew for sure, it was that a six-foot-tall rabbit was not marriage material.
Little did Jesse know that TV sportscaster Trevor Planchet was one of Little Rock's most eligible bachelors. The moment he met Jessie, Trevor couldn't resist her fun, flirty attitude. Trevor was a man who couldn't help but give in to his devilish impulses…and Jessie DeLord was the ultimate indulgence.
But could the love of a good woman overcome this dedicated bachelor’s commitment phobia?
This book was previously published by Kismet Books in September 1992.
In this battle of North vs. South, love is the true winner.
When Northerner Logan Harrington meets Southerner Tory Planchet, sparks immediately fly. Forced to leave his beloved Boston for the South—Arkansas, no less—Logan has no idea what Tory sees in the place. His assignment to write about the Rally Car circuit is preposterous, and he has no problem letting everyone, including Tory, know it.
As far as Tory’s concerned, Logan Harrington can’t leave town fast enough. From the tip of his blond head, to the bottom of his polished shoes, he screams arrogance. How could her father possibly know his family? And if Logan expected her to be a sweet Southern magnolia blossom, he was sorely mistaken. In fact, with her, he’s going to get a taste of Southern Hospitality he’ll never forget.
This book was previously published by Kismet Books in July 1990.