Enemies-to-Lovers Romance

The Games We Play

Roman Danvers.

Collegiate athlete.

Notorious playboy.

And my arch nemesis since birth.

Our parents’ friendship meant we had to co-exist. But it didn’t mean we had to like it. He purposely did things to get under my skin. Like spreading rumors about me in junior high so no boys wanted to go out with me. Or sleeping with several of my high school friends, just to prove he could. And let’s not forget about him conveniently choosing to attend my first choice college, even though he had dozens of other schools desperate for him to play ball for them, just to spite me.

His life mission has been to make me miserable. But when I decide to give him a taste of his own medicine, he doesn’t respond well to the shoe being on the other foot. The further I push, the harder he pushes back.

I know it’s only a matter of time before one of us breaks. I just never dreamt it would be him who would crack first. And we he does, things take a turn I never saw coming.

I thought we were just playing games.

I was wrong…

All the Bright Lights

Treyton Tyler.

Professional baseball player turned Hollywood actor.

A conceited, self-absorbed, womanizer who thinks no one is immune to his charm.

I deal with men like him every day.

Men who think the world bends to their will.

Men who think they can have anything or anyone they want.

I’ve learned to overlook it.

As a high-end real estate agent in Los Angeles County, you kind of have to.

So, when Treyton interrupts one of my showings like he already owns the property, I barely even bat an eye. That is, until he makes an offer. A very generous offer. One that would nearly double the commission I’m set to make.

But there’s a catch…

The offer is only good if I agree to go on a date with him.

I know it’s a bad idea.

Because when you’re dealing with a man like Treyton Tyler, there’s always more to the story.

And once he has me in his grasp, he has no intention of walking away until he gets exactly what he wants…

Me.

Force of Gravity

Arrogant. Egotistical. Playboy.
Three words that perfectly describe Atlas Keaton.
My twin brother’s best friend.
The absolute bane of my existence.
And my new college roommate.
It wasn’t by choice of course.
The last thing I wanted was to be forced to endure a full semester living under the same roof as him and my brother.
But when a housing mix-up leaves me three thousand miles away from home with nowhere else to turn, I don’t really have another option.
It’s only four months, how hard could it be, right?
Wrong…
Because when you’re dealing with a man like Atlas Keaton, nothing is off limits.
Including me…

Malicious

Oliver Conley…
The most infuriating man I’ve ever met.

He’s crass, selfish, malicious. The worst kind of person.

From our very first encounter we were at odds. Standing on opposite ends of the battlefield preparing for war.

He didn’t care for me.

I despised him.

Until one day things started to change…

I didn’t want to want him. Hell, I hated myself for it.

And yet, there I was, falling hard for a man I had sworn as my mortal enemy.

But as time passed, I started to see him differently.

I started to see beyond the perfect exterior he exuded.

I started to see him.

But how can you truly know someone who’s spent their entire life hiding behind a facade?

Lines are drawn.

Secrets are revealed.

And when the dust finally settles, nothing will ever be the same again.

Treacherous

Senior year was not going how I planned.
It was supposed to be an amazing year—the perfect year.
And it started out that way… until my mom remarried, and I found myself in a new town, at a new school, and living with quite possibly the most conniving person I had ever met.
But my horrible stepbrother wasn’t even the worst part.
It was his best friend.

Zayden Michaels.
Gorgeous. Unpredictable. Treacherous.
The kind of guy who sends most sane people running in the opposite direction.
He hated me from the first moment he saw me.
He made it his mission to make sure I knew it too.
I became the target—the bullied.
Until suddenly I wasn’t anymore.
But in a world of rumors, games, and deceit, you never really know who you can trust.
Sometimes the best deceptions are the ones you never see coming.