Ava Night writes short, sweet, and steamy romance stories about military men and the women who love them. She is an Army veteran married to an active-duty Navy sailor and brings first-hand experiences with her writings.
Holly Jacobs was heart-broken. She thought her high-school sweetheart, Kevin, would be with her forever. But then, after announcing he’d joined the Army, Kevin unexpectedly broke it off with her and it wasn’t pretty. So when news leaks out that Kevin is back in town Holly is determined not to let it bother her, but when they meet again for the first time in six years, the sparks return faster and hotter than ever before.
Cole McGraw has been away from home for nearly ten years, he joined the Army right out of high school and left the small town he came from, swearing that he’d never look back. Now, with ten years of service under his belt and an injury that put him out of commission, Cole is back in town. He is greeted as a home-town hero by everyone who knew him except for Cassandra Brown.
Catrina Ramirez is fresh out of college and ready to take on the world. Too bad for her that her new boss, Jake Sinclair, is a hard ass devil of an Army Sergeant who views her as an annoying distraction. Jake thinks Catrina’s too young and too inexperienced while Jake is experienced in more things than Catrina can imagine – and her imagination is running wild because Sergeant Sinclair is hot as hell.
Sabine Fox was just that, as tricky and elusive as a fox. She was wild and carefree, and no one could tie her down, or at least that’s what she believed. And then Zack Baskin, an ex-Marine, moved to town. Zack’s almost as elusive as Sabine and just as tricky, and for whatever reason, he’s set his target on Sabine.
Natalie Freeman needed a place to stay after being kicked out of her apartment. Army Sergeant James (Jimmy) Crawford needed a +1 for his sister’s wedding so they wouldn’t know that his rich and beautiful girlfriend dumped him when he deployed overseas. So naturally these two decided the best thing they could do was pretend to be engaged so they could trick all their friends and family into paying for the wedding with lavish gifts and money.
March 10th 2020