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Who could have known the best way to meet a guy is to move in next door, physically assault him, and then get a job at his company?Ever since veteran Hudson Finnegan returned from his latest tour abroad, he’s been a real pain in the backside. He doesn’t even enjoy hitting up the club like he used to. His walls are thick. But Laurel’s head might just be thicker.After an accidental altercation outside of their apartment doors, Laurel interviews for his assistant position. Making an offer he can’t refuse, to let her prove herself by the end of the day or reject her.Lorelai, Hudson’s mom, walks in on her son berating Laurel in front of the entire office and devises a plan. She’s never seen her son show such emotion before. Laurel must be the key.An alliance is made between them both and a plan masterminded to get under Hudson’s skin to make him lose his marbles. It’s time for his walls to come crashing down.Could Laurel execute the mission without getting too close?
The publication of 'The World According to Clarkson' launched a publishing phenomenon. Combined sales of 'The World According to Clarkson' and its best-selling successor 'And Another Thing' have topped 2.5 million copies. Now they are joined by a third title that brings the Clarkson story up-to-date.
Jack Johansson is a temperamental, foul-mouthed biker that only reveals his softer side to his closest family. As a legacy member of the Reapers, he’s always gotten what he wanted. He even became the Conroe Chapter’s VP without breaking a sweat.But now he’s met a woman whose life has been anything but easy.Georgia only recently freed herself from an angry, oppressive man. The last thing she needs is to become a doormat again.But she’s drawn to the tatted biker despite realizing he might be more dangerous than the last man she trusted.Can the hotheaded hunk woo the wary heart of the woman who inspires him to be better?
In this fierce rivalry, only one of us can end up on top…Zach Holiday is scary.Scary good-looking.Scary talented.Scary wealthy.And sometimes – with all the stupid pranks he pulled on me in high school – just downright scary.Now I’m running against him for mayor of our small town and he thinks I’m the same sweet little pushover I once was. But he’s dead wrong about that.This election is just the first step on my journey to the Oval Office and I won’t let my high school bully stand in my way.When we meet at our first campaign event – the town’s annual pumpkin festival – I’m there to rock the vote and knock Zach down a peg. I walk right up to him and paste my campaign sticker across his chest.His surprisingly chiseled chest.I blush.He smirks.And suddenly he’s got me right where he wants me. He may be up to his old tricks but I’ve got a few of my own now.
I don’t fear the walking dead like most people, but that may be because I grew up playing Red Rover with them. Once they begin to decay, they’re not very fast, but they’re guaranteed to break through the clenched fists of the other team when they run through them. Sometimes they break those fists off completely.When you’ve watched a dead man do the chicken dance upon your order, it’s hard to take them seriously. So death is the one thing I don’t fear. Not when the living are more terrifying.I grew up with a certain set of rules that my dads and mom instilled inside of me. 1. Always be aware of my surroundings. 2. When shit hits the fan, stay calm and keep a cool head. And 3. Never reveal my secrets. Keep them guarded closely or risk the interest of those that would seek to use my power for their own gain.Those rules used to be easy. They were what I lived and breathed. That was until I met Nate. Ever since I fell into his dark eyes, nothing has been the same. Four years have passed, and guarding my secrets has only become more difficult, especially when I have the world’s biggest crush on my boss and have grown as close as family to the crew I work with day in and out.Yet even though guilt is a bitter pill I swallow each time I lie to my crew to cover up some oddity of mine that’s surfaced, it’s what must be done.And I could have continued to do so. The dead don’t tell my secrets, so confiding in them is cathartic, until everything changes, and everything I thought I knew is tested.You see, dealing with the living is tough, but the problem with the dead, is that sometimes, they don’t stay dead.