"Fuzzy Logic" by Erin McCarthy: Ashley Andrews has taken "shop till you drop" a little too much to heart, and finds herself facing a massive credit card bill. It seems like the perfect solution to get a part-time job as a Pleasure Party consultant, showing romance-enhancing toys and products to... show more
"Fuzzy Logic" by Erin McCarthy: Ashley Andrews has taken "shop till you drop" a little too much to heart, and finds herself facing a massive credit card bill. It seems like the perfect solution to get a part-time job as a Pleasure Party consultant, showing romance-enhancing toys and products to women. Lucas Manning is Ashley's next-door neighbour and her younger brother's best friend. When he accidentally opens a box outside his door addressed to Ashley, he's a little startled to find an entire selection of neon coloured vibrators. By the end of the night, Ashley and Lucas have taken quality assurance to new levels, and Ashley sees the benefit in a man who is full of smart and sexy ideas. "The Cupid Curse" by Jen Nicholas: Val EnTine is a woman cursed. As if it wasn't bad enough that her parents named her after the holiday she was born on, fate made up for it by giving her a non-existent love life. Val decides to throw caution to the wind and call on Cupid for help. So after doing a little research, writing a heartfelt plea to the God of Love for assistance, and waiting around for a bolt of lightning to jump- start her floundering single state, in walks Gldeon. He has the face of an angel, the hands of a piano-playing Beethoven, and the gorgeous brown eyes of melt - in-your-mouth dark chocolate. Unable to stop their growing emotions for each other, Val and Gldeon set off on an adventure that neither of them had planned. This is one couple who learn that life isn't always easy, that love doesn't always make sense, and that sometimes a curse is really a blessing in disguise. "Mesmerized" by Jordan Summers: Amanda Dillon is used to gorgeous men falling at her feet, wooing her, obeying her every command. Of course, it helps that they're hypnotized at the time. Derek Armstrong knows a juicy story when he sees it. And Amanda Dillon is it. He's not going to let the fact that she doesn't grant interviews stand in his way. So what's a star journalist to do? Why, allow her to hypnotize him, of course. A simple plan that should work like a charm, if only he can avoid falling under her hypnotic spell. When the truth is revealed and the spell is broken, will the connection remain?