A Little Less Conversation

A Little Less Conversation

Rhyannon Byrd

Rhyannon Byrd

Travel agent Melanie Green has an unimpressive track record when it comes to relationships with men. But when it comes to local bar owner Mark Logan, Mel knows she could never settle for being a comforting gal pal.Mark's the one—tall, strong, and wickedly seductive, with a mischief-made smile and soft green eyes that melt her every damn time she sees him. She wants him in her bed, wants the heavy press of his hard, hot body holding her down…and then she wants him to show her just why he's considered Foggy Bottom Beach's most delicious attraction. He's gorgeous, captivating, and far too experienced—but damn it, a gal can dream, can't she?And then one day, the impossible happens. Instead of returning her smile through the front window of his bar, Mark walks across the street…and into her office! Now the man she wants most stands right before her, and Melanie knows this is her golden opportunity. But paradise never comes easy. Before misconceptions and misunderstandings destroy her dreams, Mel must convince the local hunk that despite her reputation, she's ready for a little less conversation…and a helluva lot more body language.
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Blood Wolf Dawning

Blood Wolf Dawning

Rhyannon Byrd

Rhyannon Byrd

If this was what falling for someone did to a person—what craving them felt like—then Sayre Murphy wanted no part of it… Ever. She might be young and inexperienced, but she was a woman. And she had finally had enough! Cian Hennessey might be the most magnificent, infuriating, arrogant male she had ever known. But the tall Bloodrunner treated her as if she were nothing more than a child, making it painfully clear that despite whatever connection they shared, he’d never see her as an adult female. After disappearing from her life for five years, the werewolf was back, claiming that she was in serious danger and must drop everything to go with him immediately. Cian was as deadly as he was beautiful. But the young witch knew he would never cause her physical harm. The safety of her heart, however, was a different matter…
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