She's the jilted bridezilla. He's the commitment-phobe best man. Can they work together for the sake of their businesses? Or should they avoid each other for the sake of their sanity?
Chloe Cassidy has fallen out of love with love. Which, for a wedding planner, is a highly inconvenient turn of events. When her longtime sweetheart jilts her at the altar Chloe's belief in happy-ever-after disappears along with her groom. But this attitude has her business suffering as much as she is. In a final attempt to save 'Something Borrowed', Chloe is forced to swallow her pride and work with the enemy- infuriatingly hot, best man, and award-winning chef Vaughn.
Vaughn's own attitude--he calls it spontaneous, his staff call it temperamental--has him in a spot of trouble. Captivating Chloe's admin prowess is just what his restaurant needs, if only she didn't push his avoid-at-all-costs buttons. But as they spend time together, they soon find the flames that ignite between them have nothing to do ...
Hop off the fast track. Buy a boat. Write the Great American Novel.
Forty-four-year-old Susanna Walker knows the importance of taking risks and dreaming big.
Mother of two grown kids. Former CEO of a Silicon Valley PR firm. Ex-wife of a still-present, former compulsive gambler. Susanna ignores their objections to her new life and refuses to accept she may be perimenopausal.
As with all well-laid plans, hers quickly derail when the hunk from the boat next door drops by and invites her to supper on his vessel Camelot. The boat's name, his boyish appearance, and the medieval armor leave her a bit dazed.
Yet, against all reason, Susanna agrees to inspect the armor more closely while he puts the finishing touches on fresh pasta, shrimp, and a cheeky Chardonnay.
When she wakes hung over the next morning, her clothes neatly folded on the chair next to her bed, she's naked.
And mad. He suckered her in with his knight-in-shining armor disguise. But does he think he can steal her underwear ...
Lacey Stanmore breaks up with her controlling boyfriend. Only he insists that they are merely on a break and not broken up for good at all. However, Lacey is determined to find herself another dude to replace him instead. This idea finds Lacey falling back into old habits and she becomes a desperate dater once more. When she goes out with men that are hardly the cashmere jumper of marriage material and more like a cheap suit made of polyester, since they hardly measure up to her neighbour. Unfortunately, for Lacey, the man she secretly loves from afar has a long-term girlfriend so that is never going to happen. Hence, Lacey asking for advice from her flatmate when she needs a Plus-One for the party she is going to the following weekend so her friend sets up a dating intervention for her. Where she enlists the help of certain people close to Lacey so they will choose her next dates for the week ahead and by the end of it, Lacey might have found love you never know or at least something ...
When you're single and in need of hot love, both emotionally and physically, you think your options are limited. It's just one glimmer of hope that could turn it all around, even if it involves falling back into bed with the trickiest bastard of them all, Richard Hayden-Quik, a man with a reputation of being a stud muffin on Viagra.
It was only six years before Lily spotted Richard, a successful film director, her aim to get Rich Quik - seduced by his looks, charm and the size of his wallet. Even her best friend Dominic knows it won't be easy especially as Richard's super bitch PA, Rosana, will do anything to stop Lily getting to her boss.
But she knows he's a tricky bastard with a chequered past, a long term lover and a best friend who hates her guts. The road to her one true love is littered with female bodies and she's not sure if she's a match for a man who thinks monogamy is a type of wood. And she is the last one to realise he has an ulterior motive for being with her.