Baby, Not Tonight | July 2015
Baby, Not Tonight
A woman who has lost her dream, a man who has never let his go. Sometimes moving on means finding someone better.
Eight months ago, Executive Chef Milla McKool left Paris after the devastating break-up with her boyfriend, returning to NYC. Despondent, stuck in a dead-end job, plagued with headaches and a nightly amaretto addiction to help her sleep, she seeks the advice of her best friend. Jake tells her to get back on the horse again. Easy for him to say; he’s a horse. Besides, Milla’s pretty sure Jake thinks sex is the universal cure for everything.
Enter Hunter Rossdale—handsome, easy-going, terrific hindquarters—the perfect starter horse. Suddenly, Jake’s looking like a genius. Okay, maybe not. Hunter’s in a rut right now in his life, and Milla may be the right woman to get him back on track. First, however, she’s going to have to get past his strange reluctance to let her seduce him. He definitely seems interested, all his parts appear to be in working order, but her efforts to get him into bed have failed.
Milla’s not taking no for an answer, even if it means pulling out all the stops.
Unnatural Instincts | Fall 2015
When two worlds collide!
Juno Kravitz has just gotten engaged to a terrific guy, Evan Phillips, who checks off every item on her list of requirements. There’s also a new promotion possibly waiting in the wings. Life is going according to her plan. Then her mother, who’s been gone for ten years, unexpectedly reappears in Juno’s life—as a ghost.
Mom’s manifestations are interfering with Juno’s relationship with her fiancé, and drastic means are becoming necessary. Juno is reluctantly forced to seek assistance from the sexy British tenant across the hall, who seems intent on improving transatlantic relations all on his own, with the female half of the U.S. population, at least.
Juno needs Ryder Jamieson’s help to find one of his ex-girlfriends, a psychic, who tells Juno her mom has crossed over from the otherworld for a reason. Now Juno’s being forced to reexamine her beliefs about life, death, and eternity, not to mention how much control she really has over her destiny. Life is less rational than she thought.
Juno doesn’t care what Mom’s agenda is, she just wants her life back to normal, with Mom in her world, leaving this world alone. Whatever it takes. Spirit cleansings, séances, even exorcism.
A mother is still your mom, even after she’s gone