SEVEN friends-to-lovers romance stories in which best friends fall in love with each other…
Love reading friends-to-lovers stories? This is the anthology for you. SEVEN all-new novellas, and no cliffhangers. Hundreds of pages of steamy, sexy romance await!
- Simply Casual by Tara Crescent Max has never been on a fourth date. Charlie is terrified of commitment. The first time they met, they were both breaking up with other people. What will it take for them to realize they are perfect for each other?
- Mine All Mine by Eris Adderly Taylor hasn't been able to stop fantasizing about her best friend Ian ever since a spontaneous New Year's Eve kiss four years ago. Too bad he has a girlfriend. Why can't she just keep her hands—and everything else—to herself?
- A Professional Courtesy by Cat Spencer Ben Wolfe is everything Shea wants in a partner with just one problem – she’s paying him to be! Can they see past their business arrangement to find love?
- Destiny Unscripted by Christine Hart DESTINY: A power guiding the development of events beyond one’s control; fate, karma, serendipity. DESTINY UNSCRIPTED: Part story ~ part screenplay ~ two couples discovering their destiny.
- Midlife Magic by Anne A. Lois Luka Dragovic, rock star, and Jillian Dulski, kickass scientist, were high-school best friends. Now, they live worlds apart. Could their midlife reunion ever become more than a singular, magical experience?
- A Temporary Arrangement by Alice Schermer A man in need of a place to live moves in with a woman with secrets. Sparks, or feelings of any nature, should not ensue. But they do.
- A Lifetime of Memories by Livnah A. Eden You don’t love someone because you know them. You love them because of how well they know you.Your true love will know you the moment they see you. And they will know you and love you forever.
Warning: This anthology contains many scenes of erotic sexual encounters. It is intended for mature readers.
Want to know more about my story, Simply Casual? Read on...
Three dates and I’m out.
I’m not interested in commitment. Romantic movies make me gag, clingy women make me want to run and the idea of an intimate weekend away with a woman? I’d rather shove bamboo under my fingernails.
Charlie’s not interested in commitment either. I should be thrilled.
I’m not. I want Charlie, and I must have her.
I sleep diagonally on the bed.
I’m a busy lawyer. If I have to choose between a boyfriend and getting a good night’s rest, the guy is always going to lose.
Then I meet Max.
Suddenly, sleep doesn’t seem that important any more, especially when there are so many better things we could be doing in bed.