Losing Control/Worth The Risk

Losing Control/Worth The Risk

by Robyn Grady, Charlene Sands

Imprint: Desire

Release date: 01/11/2012

Pages: 384 Pages

ISBN: 9781460887363

Losing Control by Robyn Grady

Taking charge comes naturally to workaholic media mogul Cole Hunter. That includes dealing with headstrong TV producer Taryn Quinn. Cole may not like her idea for a travel show, but Taryn intrigues him. Enough for Cole to join her on a location-scouting trip to an isolated Pacific island.

Soon the tantalising Taryn makes Cole forget about everything...except making love to her in the moonlight. But once reality intrudes, will he risk losing all he's worked for to keep Taryn with him?

Worth The Risk by Charlene Sands

Cowboy entrepreneur Jackson Worth wakes up next to trouble...literally. His new business partner, Sammie Gold, should have been off limits, but something about her sweet vulnerability has gotten under his skin.

Jackson is drop-dead gorgeous and completely out of Sammie's league. But if she wants her happily-ever-after, she'll have to shed her girl-next-door image to seduce the confirmed bachelor once and for all!

About the author

Robyn Grady

Robyn Grady

One Christmas long ago, Robyn Grady received a book from her big sister and immediately fell in love with Cinderella. Sprinklings of magic, deepest wishes come true—she was hooked! Picture books with glass slippers later gave way to romance novels. When she was older, she wanted to write one.In junior high, however, Robyn hit a stumbling block—a disheartening grade of one out of ten for a book review. Confused and hurt, she asked her one-hundred-and-thirty-year-old English teacher why she received such a low mark. The wizened schoolmarm sniffed, “You obviously had a senior do it for you.” Thankfully Robyn’s business... more

Charlene Sands

Charlene Sands

Storytelling has always been a part of Charlene Sands's life. As a young girl, she remembers sitting with her father in the evenings asking him to tell her a story. His imagination and flare for the dramatic always entertained and had her coming back for more. Later she began reading his written word; journals and romantic poetry that he'd penned for the family, and those words inspired her to take the writing plunge.Charlene has always read romance—grand adventures where the hero and heroine traversed rugged ground, beating insurmountable odds to finally find the path to true love. Books filled her... more