Will Cupid’s Arrow miss the mark?
Celebrate love with four classic romances now available in one complete collection! Including stories from Joannie Kay, Starla Kaye, Fiona Wilde, and Courage Knight.
The Cutest Valentine Ever by Joannie Kay
Lindy Cole is on an enforced vacation because her boss, famous lawyer Ben Cross, is afraid she is going to have a stress induced heart attack by the age of thirty! When she stops for lunch in a little town, she soon discovers that she is thrown back in time, and meets an angry Cole Dorland who doesn’t believe her when she insists her name is not Elizabeth, but Lindy Cole.
His by Valentine’s Day by Starla Kaye
Shawna inherited the job of ranch foreman and has worked hard to prove herself to the men. The Rolling Hills Ranch is the only real home she has ever known. Life is good… until a spotless GQ businessman shows up at Thanksgiving to announce that he has purchased the ranch. The cold–hearted bas–– plans to upset everything by selling it to one of the big ranching corporations asap. And he won’t listen to a word she says.
Cupid’s Dilemma by Fiona Wilde
Adorma the Cupid has a problem. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and he’s been handed a file with two cases -two very difficult cases. Two defiant women need love in time for the most romantic holiday of the year. And only an experienced cupid will do. But in an age of equality, can an old-fashioned cupid match modern women with a man who give them what they secretly need? Or will Cupid’s Arrow miss the mark?
Cupid’s Wager by Courage Knight
Valentine’s Day was just a few days away, and the young god of love had been scrambling to bring more couples together in time for the holiday that he was so fond of.
Mars entangled his impetuous son in a ridiculous wager. Cupid would bring two people together who had absolutely nothing in common, before Valentine’s Day. Their love would be more than just lust or desire, but everlasting devotion. Mars would pick the couple, and let Cupid’s arrows do their best. If Cupid succeeded, Mars would stop trying to break couples apart. If he lost, Mars would wreak havoc upon the planet the likes of which no mortal would survive.