Jack Eversea and Evan Weston, two of Hollywood’s hottest young actors had their hearts stolen by regular down to earth girls, and we lived and laughed and loved their stories in the Eversea Series and in the Desire Resort Series. But what happened when the books were over?
How did each couple choose to spend their first Christmas? Was it sexy, emotional, stressful or heartwarming?
Perhaps it was everything and more…
My Star, My Love (An Eversea Series Novella) by Natasha Boyd
Movie star, Jack Eversea, has decided to brave his history with England and take the love of his life, Keri Ann Butler, home to meet his mother for Christmas. He’s been back in California and Keri Ann’s been busy with art school, and they are desperate to spend three weeks together over the Holidays.
But Jolly Old England does weird things to Jack. And despite his super sweet “twelve days of Christmas” gift giving, Keri Ann can’t quite work out of he’s about to propose or regrets bringing her home. Is he still questioning whether she can handle a few paparazzi, or is he doubting Keri Ann’s commitment to their future?
The magnetic couple is back in a fun, sometimes poignant, and super sexy story about acceptance, love and how to make love quietly in a creaky old house with one’s mother down the hall.
Many Times, Many Ways (A Desire Resort Series Novella) by Kate Roth
Vacation is over.
Danielle was escaping her monotonous life at a sexy beach resort when she first fell under the spell of Hollywood hunk, Evan Weston, but now they’re trying to make their relationship work in the real world.
While they’re both hopeful for what lies ahead, the only question is whether or not their desires for the future are one and the same.
Things have always moved quickly between Evan and Danielle, but Danielle can’t stave off the lingering anxiety she has once she finds out about Evan’s big plans—and even bigger Christmas gift. Can she continue to let go of the worry that plagues her so the man of her dreams can give her the life she never imagined she’d have?
Opening my eyes,
I found Jack staring at me, his eyes dark. Chewing quickly, I swallowed.
raised his voice, his eyes not leaving me.
“Do you have any
music you can put on? I’m about to snog my girl here, and I doubt you want to
be listening to us.”
embarrassment pumped blood to my cheeks.
chuckled. “You’d think you hadn’t seen each other instead of just arrivin’
haven’t,” Jack said with a smirk, his eyes settling on my lips. “I’ve been in
California, and Keri Ann’s been busy at college in Savannah.”
“Ah. Other side
of the country is it? Right-o. I’ll put some Coldplay on.”
“You do that.
Make it loud.”
I glared at
Jack, mortified, but with a sting of anticipation swirling through my lower
he soothed. “Snogging is just slang for kissing.” He leaned forward and moved
the box off my lap to the floor before sliding his hand around my head and into
my hair. “With tongue,” he added.
Many Times, Many Ways by Kate Roth
“The snow is supposed to get really
bad tonight. I was thinking we could run out this afternoon and get any other
food you might want to have in the house, maybe pick up a movie…and buy
decorations.” The last bit he added quietly—hesitantly—as though he thought he
was pushing his luck. I wanted to roll my eyes at him. He knew I was staying.
He’d known the minute he saw my face when we pulled in the driveway that I
would never tell him to sell the house or go fuck himself for buying it.
“You wanna get a tree?” I asked,
craning my head to look up at him.
He moved to my side, still keeping
his hands on me. Evan’s brow lifted and his lips bowed slightly. “Yeah. A tree,
lights, ornaments, garland. The whole shebang.”
“Don’t forget mistletoe.” I grinned.
His lips crushed against mine the
instant my words were out and I moaned at the passionate kiss he gifted me
with. His hands took my face gently and when he pulled back, planting another
quick peck on my parted mouth, he simply gazed down at me with a smile. “I
don’t need mistletoe. I’ll kiss you whenever I want,” he said quietly. He bent
in low and pressed his lips to the hollow of my throat then breathed, “Wherever
A tremble rippled through me and the
same butterflies descended into the depths of my soul that had every time he’d
ever laid a hand on me. Evan spun the barstool I was on around and carefully
started to unbutton my sweater. His kiss trailed from my throat to my
collarbone and then as my breathing picked up, I felt his words as warm breath
against my breast.
“Let me fuck you in every room of
Natasha Boyd is a writer with a background in marketing and public relations. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and lives in the coastal Carolina Lowcountry, complete with Spanish moss, alligators and mosquitoes the size of tiny birds. She has a husband, two sons and a cat named Tuna. Eversea is her first full-length novel.
Inspired by music, film, art and the wealth of stories she has heard through her career as a professional hair stylist, Kate Roth decided to get real about her love of writing in 2008. She signed up for a course after-hours at the local high school called ‘So You Want To Write A Book?’. Indeed, she did! For years Kate had been dreaming up love stories in her head and she’d even managed to write a few of them down but it was that class that gave her the drive to finally do something more with her ideas. The ideas haven’t stopped flowing since. She enjoys writing in all sub-genres of romance and even has a few surprises up her sleeve for the future. She is a small business owner and lives in Indiana with her husband, Adam and their dog, Sampson.