Roni Loren E-Bundle

Still Into You, Forever Starts Tonight, Yours All Along, Break Me Down
Author(s): Roni Loren
Original Publish Date: Oct 18, 2016
Product Number: EB00667528
Released: Oct 18, 2016
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780399584558
Publisher: InterMix
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Crash Into You comes four previously published Loving on the Edge novellas, together for the first time... In Still Into You, married couple Seth and Leila head to The Ranch, a resort where any sexual fantasy can be had. Seth hopes to put the spark back in their marriage and to show Leila why he's the only man for her... In Forever Starts Tonight, two Dominant men and one submissive woman attempt to jumpstart their relationship with a getaway at a mountain cabin. When they get snowed in, however, the heat between them reaches a fever pitch, and secrets come out... In Yours All Along, two men, Devon and Hunter, shared a hot night in college, but an accident tore their relationship apart. Four years later, Hunter is a professional baseball player, engaged to a woman, and in Devon's bar. Neither man can get that one night off their minds... In Break Me Down, Samantha Dunbar and sexy executive Gibson Andrews are Dominants, and according to Gibson, that makes them incompatible. But after an attack shakes Sam to her core, Gibson finds himself unable to let her go... Praise for New York Times bestselling author Roni Loren "Hot and romantic, with an edge of suspense."—Shayla Black, New York Times bestselling author of His to Take "Unique and emotional."—USA Today "[A] steamy, sexy yet emotionally gripping story."—Julie Cross, author of the Tempest novels "I dare you to even attempt to put it down."—Cassandra Carr, author of Burning Love "An angsty backstory made beautiful by a hero who doesn't know how perfect he is. Don't miss this Ranch treat!"—Carly Phillips, New York Times bestselling author "Steamy, occasionally shocking and relentlessly intense, this book isn't for the faint of heart."—RT Book Reviews