Will Ingram has nothing to his name but a shattered career, a few art supplies he can’t bring himself to sell, and a boarding pass for home. When a gorgeous woman propositions him in the airport, he thinks his luck might finally be on the upswing, but when she turns up again in his small town the only thing he isn’t questioning is the physical attraction sizzling between them. Is she the muse he thought he’d lost forever or just another woman with betrayal on her mind?
The sex was mind-blowing. Life-altering. But MacKenzie Carlysle won’t know the life-altering part until days later when the sexy stranger she seduced in the airport turns out to be W.H. Ingram, the famous artist, and the one man on the planet she should stay far away from. She should tell him who she is, and own the part she played in destroying his career, but when she’s in his arms her past doesn’t exist. There’s only Will, and a future she can only dream of.
Jake Ingram is on a mission to track down his brother's stolen paintings. He could let the PI he hired in New York do all the legwork, but his life as a small-town lawyer is beginning to feel like a steel trap he’ll never escape. Another trip to The Big Apple might be the breath of fresh air he desperately needs. Not to mention he’d like another chance with Sunny Sheldon, the gorgeous Manhattan gallery owner he hasn’t been able to get out of his thoughts. It’s been over a month since Jake Ingram promised to return, and not a day has gone by Sunny didn’t think of the sexy lawyer or the things his eyes silently promised. When he shows up and invites her on a fact-finding road trip, she can’t pack fast enough. The Texan doesn’t disappoint. He’s everything she dreamed he would be and more. He has her imagining a life in Texas when suddenly she’s arrested for the possession and sale of stolen goods—his brother’s paintings—and to top it off, Jake’s the one who turned her in. Amazon
Rick Ingram has a secret only two other people know: Dave Turner, the man who dumped him, and Brent Whitehall, the man who poured his drunk ass into bed the night Dave told him he was engaged to a girl. There isn’t anything Rick won’t do for his brothers, so when Jake insists Rick rent his new junior lawyer a room, he can’t say no, even when he knows he should.
The problem with small towns, Brent Whitehall found out, is that housing is hard to find. So when his new employer, said he’d found a place he could rent, Brent couldn’t have been happier—until said place turned out to be a room in his little brother’s house. The same brother who’d sworn him to secrecy. The same brother he’d seen naked. The same brother he couldn’t stop thinking about. What could go wrong?