Coming from different worlds doesn't mean you can't want the same thing.
Evan Knight knows who he is. Which is not the same as knowing who he wants to be. Then he finds heaven. Macy Heaven, to be precise.
Long-legged, plump lips, and eyes the color of the sea, she bewitches him. Unfortunately, she’s not interested in a man who makes the kind of deals he’s renowned for.
Is it possible to change your life so radically, on a mere possibility?
When falling in love becomes a risky business.
Billionaire Benjamin Knight needs a date for his sister's wedding and he has less than twenty-four hours to find one. When he literally falls for Jenna Molloy, he couldn't imagine the impact she would have on his life.
With her florist shop burnt to a crisp, being handsome and arrogant Ben's date seems innocent enough, and an easy way to earn some desperately needed money.
But when the wedding of the year turns into a disaster it requires a united front that leads to an unstoppable attraction.
It was supposed to be a fling.
Sarah Knight is determined, focused, and totally not looking for another man. The last thing she needs is a rich playboy upsetting her carefully structured life.
Renowned surgeon, Christian Grayson, is in Rarotonga to relax, so he wasn’t expecting a holiday romance. Gorgeous, sexy, and quick-witted, Sarah’s everything a man could want, and it’s only one night. Right?
A man looking for his place. A woman running from her past.
Matthew Knight’s got problems he isn’t willing to admit to and having a nurse babysit him is hardly doing his image much good. Although, Aimee Parker sure is easy on the eye, so things could be a lot worse.
How does a billionaire have so many demons? Aimee doesn’t want to feel sorry for a man who has everything he desires, but Matt is one gorgeous hunk of mixed up male.
What if you had to choose between loyalty and love?
Caris Knight has fallen in love with the cowboy. It can’t work—there’s too much opposition, with the tall fair-haired Texan being the biggest obstacle of all. But Caris is used to obstacles, and she’s not made for giving up.
Andy loves the Knights. When he was orphaned they saved him in too many ways to count. After a stint in the army he came home to see that the baby of the family was all grown up, and the mutual dislike had morphed into something he can’t deal with. She’s his best friends’ sister which makes it wrong. Doesn’t it?