Playing Games by Dianne Drake
On-air, she's the radio shrink who tells lovelorn listeners to let their hang-ups go. Off-air, she's mild-mannered Roxy Rose, whose libido is in urgent need of repair. On-air he's the dark chocolate-voiced caller who makes critical remarks about everything she says. Off-air, he's Ned Proctor, a handyman and her neighbour. But it's rather odd that he doesn't know one end of a wrench from the other...
Undercover With The Mob by Elizabeth Bevarly
It's true what they say - all the good guys are married...or have Mob connections! And Natalie Dorset should know. The guy who moved in downstairs may be gorgeous, but the things he says - and the way he dresses - well, let's just say that Jack Miller isn't the type you bring home to Mum. Good enough reason for Natalie to stay clear.
What Phoebe Wants by Cindi Myers
Half of humanity - the half with the Y chromosome - seems to think mild-mannered Phoebe Frame is a pushover. Like her ex, her boss, oily used-car salesmen and the anonymous owner of those roving hands in the morning elevator to name just a few. But now she's got a new motto. And it starts What Phoebe Wants...
Phoebe is taking control. She's sitting in the driver's seat and she's not taking orders from anyone. Not even the hunky young thing who's captured her eye. If Jeff Fischer wants to hitch a ride, then he better hang on. Because before she's through, those Ys will have learned a thing or two...!