If Love

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If We Ever Meet Again

One year, two opposites, and a love that will blindside and, ultimately, shatter them. She’s an aspiring interior designer who dreams of falling in love. He’s an ex-football star who thinks love is a con. She’s a virgin, and he doesn’t do virgins. He’s cocky, infuriating, and not her type. She wants the fairytale. He wants freedom. Blake and Farrah shouldn’t have fallen for each other the way they did: totally, completely, and irrevocably. Because they’re studying abroad in Shanghai, and they only have one year. Because forces at home threaten to rip them apart, even if they don’t know it yet. And because, eventually, they must face the most heartbreaking lesson they’ll ever learn sometimes, even the greatest love can’t conquer all.

If The Sun Never Sets

When Farrah walked into her lunch meeting, she didn’t expect to see him. Blake Ryan. Her first love, her first heartbreak, and now, her first client as a freelance interior designer. It’s been five years, but she’ll never forget the way he shattered her. He whispers pretty words, but she’ll never believe him. Her body craves his, but she’ll never give him her heart. Not again. Not ever.

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Money. Looks. A booming sports bar empire. On the surface, Blake has it all, but inside, he’s haunted—both by nightmares of a tragic loss and dreams of the girl he once betrayed. When fate reunites them, he sees it as a sign: it’s time to get the love of his life back. No matter what it takes.

If Love Had A Price

Every heart has a price. She offered him $10,000 to seduce her father’s gold-digging fiancée. He countered with $15,000 and a kiss—from her. At any time, he chose. Kris should’ve said no, but she was desperate to get rid of her stepmother-to-be, and the gorgeous actor with the wicked grin was perfect for the job. So, she agreed to his terms—not knowing that doing so would cost her a lot more than money and a kiss…

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He did it for the money—which he desperately needed. The kiss was just a bonus—or so he told himself. Melting an ice princess like Kris started as a challenge, but by the time Nate realized there was more to Kris than meets the eye, it was too late: he had fallen. But they’re not just from opposite sides of the track—they’re from different worlds. And when those worlds collide, Kris and Nate must decide whether they’re willing to give up what they have for what could be…

This is book three of the If Love series but can be read as a complete standalone. Chronologically, it takes place between books one (If We Ever Meet Again) and two (If the Sun Never Sets). Recommended for 18+ due to adult language and explicit content.

If We Were Perfect

Two exes, one house. What could go wrong?

Olivia had a plan: MBA, Wall Street VP by thirty-two, marriage and two children (preferably twins because #efficiency). Not in her plan? Losing half her belongings in an apartment flood and being forced to turn to her ex for help. Definitely not in her plan? Moving into said ex’s house and watching him walk around shirtless, bake her cupcakes, and look at her with those smoldering — Wait, what was she talking about again?

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Between his bakery and meddling family, Sammy had enough on his plate without bringing the ex he’d never been able to forget into the mix. But when Olivia asks for his help, he couldn’t say no. He could, however, make her regret breaking his heart—as long as he doesn’t do anything foolish, like sneak into her room and kiss her senseless… As passion slowly replaces their dislike for each other, Sammy and Olivia discover their past isn’t what it seems, and their future is anything but certain. Can they overcome their pride and give love a second chance, or is history doomed to repeat itself? If We Were Perfect is a steamy second chance/roommate romance. It’s book four of the If Love series but can be read as a complete standalone.