There are so many new books releasing this summer that it’s a bit hard to narrow down the list. Here are a few sexy summer reads that are sure to keep you turning the pages.
Secret Service by Tal Bauer
President Brennan Walker captivated me from the moment I walked into his Oval Office. He’s a mystery I’m determined to unlock. I don't know what's hiding inside Brennan's gaze when he looks my way, or why black lightning keeps crashing between us. He’s a storm at midnight, a dark moon rising, trouble on the horizon. I’m on the verge of sliding into discoveries and truths that maybe I’m not ready for. I've never been with a man, but now? I'm dreaming about his bleu clair eyes and wondering what it would feel like if his lips touched mine. There’s something here, something between us, like the oxygen we’re breathing is igniting before each inhale. But he’s the president. I'm his Secret Service agent. He’s the job. He's forbidden. If we cross this line, Brennan could lose everything. I know I have to walk away. But I can't. How much are we willing to risk? And how badly will this go up in flames?
Rogue by Eden Finley
TRAV - I remember the first time I met Dylan Rodriguez. It was one sweaty encounter I’ll never forget. The second time we met, he arrested me. I can still see the hot scowl on his beautiful face as he slapped handcuffs on me and realized I was … me. Dylan’s main goal in life is to forget he ever met me. My goal is to make him mine. Turns out, I'm better at this game than he is. DYLAN - When my law enforcement career falls to pieces in front of my own eyes, I don’t know who I can trust. I have nowhere to go. No one to turn to. Asking Trav for help is a last resort, but I’m desperate. If he can’t get me out of this mess, I may as well turn myself over to the guys hunting me down. I’m not sure which will be more difficult: protecting my life or my heart. Because when it comes to love, my heart wants what my brain doesn’t. It wants Travis West.
Platonic Rulebook by Saxon James
Griff: Walking away from my marriage was my idea of a fresh start. My kid is in college, my ex-wife and I are on good terms … but being single in my forties is a world different to being single in my teens. I’m thankful for my best friend, Heath. He’s got my back like he always does and is ready to take me out and show me how the bachelor life is done. He was never supposed to show me literally. After we wake up in bed together, I can’t stop looking at him differently, and one thing becomes abundantly clear. I talk a big talk about wanting to be single, but my platonic rule book has gone out the window. Heath: When my best friend comes to me for help post-divorce, I’m only too happy to impart my wisdom to him. After all, Griffin isn’t my type, but even I can tell he’s a complete lumbersnack. Good with his hands, kind eyes, and a killer smile. All the guys and gals are gonna eat him alive. But the more time we spend together, the less “not my type” he becomes. I’m the one who can’t get enough of him. Neither of us is interested in a relationship, so what’s a little fun between friends? We both know the score.
Secret Montana Love by Fiona Cullen
After ten years, a shattered heart, and broken dreams, he’s back. My brother’s best friend and my one true love. Gorgeous, sexy and completely off-limits. Our love was forbidden, searingly hot, and all I’d ever desired. Losing him nearly destroyed me. Seeing him again, I wish I were brave enough to believe what could be. He’s all my traitorous heart desires. Now, he wants a second chance, for him and his beautiful daughter. Watching them together, I yearn for what we could have been. If only… I never could resist Chase, and the passion burning between us is hotter than ever. But it’s not enough. Secrets destroyed us ten years ago. Will they shatter us again?
Simply Business by Megan Matthews
Fingers crossed my grandmother’s old florist shop doesn’t crumble around me. Literally. Lily Dianthus has a skyscraper next door threatening to topple her florist shop, rogue construction crews using her facilities, missing customers, and she’s almost out of money. That’s not even the worst of it, though. Jerome Kensington. The man building the monstrosity next to her which threatens to ruin her livelihood? The hot billionaire CEO she’s supposed to hate? Lily doesn’t hate him at all. She’s balancing everything with no room for a mistake and life looks good. Until her loan falls through, Jerome’s construction threatens to destroy her florist shop, and a local legend comes to wreak havoc on her life. If Lily doesn’t get it together, she might lose her career and dream man.