ONE NIGHT STAND (THE MARTIN FAMILY, #1)
One Night. An Undeniable Passion.
Amanda Martin has the worst taste in men. After being cheated on not once, but twice, she’s lost all faith in men … and in herself. Determined to regain her confidence, Amanda decides to have a one-night stand. No relationship, no promises, no threat of being hurt again … just hot, indulgent sex. What she doesn’t anticipate is meeting a handsome-as-sin stranger who gives her pleasure unlike she’s ever known.
Joe Sterling has spent his life avoiding the relationships his former career hadn’t allowed for. He’s come home to Texas to let go of the past and prove he’s more than the killer he was trained to be.
When Amanda’s life is threatened, Joe’s instincts are tested while Amanda struggles to protect her heart. Will they succumb to their overwhelming desire, or lose it all by letting the past dictate their future?
SHADOW OF SIN (THE MARTIN FAMILY, #2)
A man determined to protect her…
Caleb Martin is no stranger to hazardous situations. He's seen enough bloodshed to last two lifetimes. When an innocent evening takes a dangerous turn, Caleb takes matters into his own hands. If she wants his help, it’s his rules, his way. Period.
A woman who won’t be controlled…
When it comes to relationships, Samantha keeps things casual, unassuming. Safe. Caleb Martin is far from safe. His ‘my way or the highway’ attitude pushes all the wrong buttons, and she’d sworn no man would have that kind of power over her again.
A hunger that won’t be denied…
Protecting Samantha from the man that stalks her shouldn't test his patience—or his control—but her smart mouth and hot Irish temper stoke the fuel of his desire. She is pure sin—a distraction he doesn’t need, a temptation he can’t resist.
Despite their animosity, Caleb has starred in her fantasies for years. His ruthless sensuality proves to be more potent than she ever imagined. As Caleb masters her body, Samantha must keep a tight grip her heart.
MIDNIGHT TIDINGS (THE MARTIN FAMILY, #3.5)
Sheriff Cooper Jackson comes from a long line of lawmen who don't live past forty. At thirty-five, he knows every day he slaps on the badge and gun could very well be his last. He'd go down fighting, but he's made his peace. It's the Jackson legacy. It's his destiny.
By design, Cooper has remained unattached. He knew all too well the pain of losing a father, of seeing his mom lose her beloved husband. That was one legacy he wouldn't be carrying on.
Of course, he hadn't counted on her.