Nobody does romanceor mysterylike New York Times Bestselling Author Nora Roberts…
A Will and A Way
It was worse than winning the lottery much worse. This bequest might mean more money, but the strings attached had Pandora McVie tied up in knots. Respecting Uncle Jolley’s last wishes meant spending time isolated in the Catskills with Michael Donahue, her least favourite though best looking distant relative and co-beneficiary.
Living with a carrot-topped termagant wasn't Michael’s idea of a good time, either, but he realised they were stuck. Jolley was a matchmaker to the end and apparently for some time beyond. What could happen in six months? Michael answered that one himself: almost anything.
The Name of the Game
Johanna Patterson had worked long and hard to make a name for herself in a man’s world and to forget the memories of an unhappy childhood. Now a successful game show producer on her way up, Jo was dependent on no one. Then she met actor Sam Weaver.
She had never liked persistent men and she certainly didn't like men with a reputation. But Sam had a way of slipping past her defences. He knew that Johanna’s tough, self-sufficient exterior hid a fragile, passionate woman. He’d caught glimpses of her, and he was determined to see more. He wanted to win this game and the name of the game was love.