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    The Billionaire Needs a Bodyguard by Ravina Hilliard

    The Billionaire Needs a BodyguardSummary

    From the back of The Billionaire Needs a Bodyguard:

    Desire is the deadliest weapon…
    Alexandra “Lex” Granger surrounds herself with wealthy, powerful businessmen. But she’s no gold-digger… She’s a highly trained private security consultant. And she gives the term ‘undercover’ new meaning when she poses as a high-priced escort to protect her new client, Michael Thornton.

    There’s just one problem with her plan… 

    Michael doesn’t know the truth. Despite the death threats he’s received, the last thing this handsome billionaire wants is a bodyguard. He’s convinced Lex is really a grifter, a femme fatale who scams rich men for everything that she can get. But before the assignment even begins in earnest, sparks fly and their mutual attraction threatens to distract Liz from doing her job. And she can’t have that, can she?

    Even as they flirt with danger in the romantic city of Copenhagen, Lex and Mike embark on a turbulent affair. And Mike realizes that his seductive guardian has awakened a passion in him unlike anything he’s ever felt before. Lex has always lived by one rule – never fall in love with the client. But trapped between temptation and danger, she’s about to put that rule to the ultimate test…

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    Salt + Stilettos by Janet Walden-West

    Summary

    From the back of Salt + Stilettos:

    Trading her red-dirt roots for the title of Miami’s go-to image consultant, Brett Fontaine refuses to let anything jeopardize her new life.

    …Not an influential client-turned-stalker who’s up for parole…

    …Not post-kidnapping panic attacks…

    …And certainly not the stubborn, attention-phobic chef with the tempting tataus she’s been challenged to transform into a celeb in ninety days.

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    A Convenient Marriage by Jeevani Charika

    A Convenient Marriage coverSummary

    From the back of A Convenient Marriage:

    It was the perfect marriage… until they fell in love.

    Chaya is a young woman torn between her duty to family and her life in the UK. While her traditional Sri Lankan parents want her to settle down into marriage, what they don’t know is that Chaya has turned away the one true love of her life, Noah, terrified of their disapproval.

    Gimhana is hiding his sexuality from his family. It’s easy enough to pretend he’s straight when he lives half a world away in the UK. But it’s getting harder and harder to turn down the potential brides his parents keep finding for him.

    When Chaya and Gimhana meet, a marriage of convenience seems like the perfect solution to their problems. Together they have everything – friendship, stability and their parents’ approval. But when both Chaya and Gimhana find themselves falling in love outside of their marriage, they’re left with an impossible decision – risk everything they’ve built together, or finally follow their heart?

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    The Second Life of Nathan Jones by David Atkinson

    Second Life of Nathan Jones book coverSummary

    From the back of The Second Life of Nathan Jones:

    Getting hit by a bus was the best thing that ever happened to him…

    When one wrong step – and the poor timing of the number 19 bus – send Nathan Jones to the Edinburgh morgue his story should have ended…but then he went and woke up.

    Returned to real life Nathan finds a wife disappointed that he’s miraculously returned from the dead and an unshakeable attraction for mortuary technician Kat – the woman who brought him back to life, in more ways than one.

    Now, as his world implodes and Kat leads him down an unexpected path, Nathan somehow finds himself having the time of his second life…