New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis brings readers the classic series South Village Singles, where a group of friends makes a vow of singlehood in a vibrant suburb of Los Angeles. Roughing it with Ryan Suzanne Carter has sworn off men.really! Her inability to take life seriously drives them crazy, so it's best she leaves them alone. Then strong, handsome Ryan Alondo rescues her and she simply melts. Who could resist all that rough-and-tumble sexiness? But as tempting as he is, she's not going to fall for his charms! Originally published in 2003. Tangling with Ty Dr. Nicole Mann is simply too busy for romance. Her work as a surgeon consumes her entire world and she prefers it that way. That is, until she meets too-charming-for-his-own-good Ty O'Grady. This sexy architect with his Irish accent has her thinking of something other than medicine. So she'll prescribe herself an intense-but temporary-round of seduction to cure this Ty fever once and for all. Originally published in 2003. Messing with Mac Taylor Wellington doesn't do relationships. She learned a long time ago that they were a recipe for heartache. However, she does do flings-steamy affairs that burn hot.and brief. And her sexy new contractor, Thomas "Mac" Mackenzie, has her thinking about burning up some sheets. Problem is, now that she's got him right where she wants him, she can't seem to stop playing with fire. Originally published in 2003. The Street Where She Lives The secure world that Rachel Wellers has carefully constructed is crumbling around her. Her sweet twelve-year-old daughter is turning into a sullen teenager. The injuries she's just sustained in a hit-and-run accident are jeopardizing her career. And worst of all, Ben Asher-the man she sent away thirteen years ago-is back, tipped off by her daughter that they need him. When Ben hears that Rachel has been injured, he panics. In an instant, he returns to the city that he swore he'd never visit again. He doesn't want to question his motives for doing so.he only knows he has to protect Rachel. But he doesn't count on the feelings that get stirred up being with her.or how hard it will be to leave her again. Originally published in 2003.
by Jill Shalvis
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