Summary: Gianni Bellini is the son of the onetime count who contracted Megan to be his head gardener. When the former count passed away a few days ago, Gianni all but chased Megan away—he has absolutely no interest in gardens. But there’s no way that she’s losing this job! Megan desperately reminds him that she has a contract. And when she does, the previously cold Gianni quickly backs down. But it’’s all part of his plan to try to make the noble, beautiful Megan into his plaything! She doesn’t see the trap at first… Will she be caged by Gianni’s charm?
Summary: “You are just like my hopeless alcoholic mother,” Sarah was told by her first love, Raoul, who took her viriginity, before he broke up with her. Five years have passed and Sarah, working as a temp janitor, freezes in front of the elevator. There is Raoul in a suit with a beautiful woman at his side. She wishes not to reveal herself to Raoul, now the head of a bank. He doesn’t know her secret, that she had his child, Oliver, and she tries to disappear from the scene.
Summary: “I want you to marry me,” Rebecca says to Will, who is rumored to be a gold-digging con artist. She needs a husband for show because she is desperately trying to put a stop to the ongoing marriage offers brought upon her as a result of inheriting a massive estate. The sudden proposal by the “Ice Lady,” who is known to keep away from men, is quite a surprise for Will, but he is also grateful for her offer to pay off his late father’s debts. He could flourish in the elite class of London and wipe away the image of him before he was about to get arrested. The great marriage fraud has begun…
Summary: Budding interior designer Cami has one weakness: she can never say no. Over and over she’s been forced to go on disastrous blind dates, much to the irritation of her carpenter, Tanner. One night her date abandons her in the mountains after his car breaks down! Alone in the darkness, all she can dream of is Tanner rescuing her… Will Tanner be able to rescue her from her terrible dates as well as her own compliant nature?