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Who says crime doesn’t pay?
Caught in a dare to climb up a public building, Catherine Bridgewater is required to complete forty hours of community service in the office of Sheriff Brock Leonetti, the target of every marriage minded spinster in the county.
Widowed after ten years of unhappy marriage, Brock just wants women to leave him alone. He doesn’t believe in sex outside marriage and as the last thing he wants is another wife, he is determined to do without female company.
Cat has spent the last four years caring for the sick and the dying. Now she yearns to live, to enjoy the kind of hedonistic pleasures she has read about in books.
Brock clings to his principles. Cat seeks steamy sex. When the two are thrown together, the whole county takes an interest in the outcome.
Journalist Christina Miller is determined to scoop the first ever interview with Lucas Frost, a reclusive scientist who has invented a gadget worth millions. On the way to his isolated lakeside home, her car breaks down, forcing her to shelter the night in an ancient boat. In the morning, she finds herself hijacked by a surly fisherman who refuses to take her ashore.
Christina strikes a daring bargain: if he takes her back, she'll sleep with him. No names, no personal details, just two strangers sharing pleasure in the night.
She has missed the chance of an exclusive interview with Lucas Frost, but at least she can make the press conference at his research lab. When she arrives, she finds her surly fisherman sitting behind a podium, facing a bank of microphones - Lucas Frost.
And he has no intention of letting her forget.
CATEGORY: Contemporary, Romance, Romantic Comedy.
ELEMENTS: Adult situations, moderate sexual content, graphic language.
HEAT LEVEL: Sapphire
Arrested for soliciting during a wedding in rural Pennsylvania, Justine Whitmore spends a steamy night with the local sheriff who clears up the misunderstanding and releases her. She never expects to see him again, but when an interfering busybody makes a complaint, Justine agrees to pretend a whirlwind romance in order to protect her reputation and the sheriff's job.
Embittered by a divorce from a scheming city woman, Sheriff Mark Taylor has sworn to avoid her kind. No amount of cursing will change the fact that he fell for the wedding guest hauled into his office dressed in nothing but expensive underwear.
A country hick and a high maintenance PR executive-can they tolerate each other long enough to make it look real? But sometimes people are not what you believe them to be...