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The Liar Liar series

Liar, Liar, Tabloid Writer


Ah, how the mighty have fallen. 

Investigative journalist Cleo Edwards' stories have created Pulitzer buzz, but circumstance push her into an extremely lucrative but career-destroying job writing for a tabloid. Alejandro Ramirez is blown away by the new star reporter. There's definitely chemistry. Except Cleo thinks she's better than everyone at the tabloid where they work. That grates on him since she's going to be writing stories about aliens and Elvis sightings just like the rest of them. 

In spite of the chemistry, she doesn't want to have anything to do with the smug news whore she thinks he is. Except she's already having fantasies about this hot Cuban ex-pat who's showing her the ropes at her new job. Before they have a chance to make this attraction work, Cleo's mother, an ex-Vegas showgirl, will be charged with the murder of a Las Vegas casino owner. To clear her mother, Cleo will have to see that Alejandro hasn't sold out, and he will learn that she really is as good as she thinks she is.

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Liar, Liar, Heart's Desire

Cleo Morgan is a liar.
And they’re not little, white liars but big, black whoppers. She’s lying to everyone in her hometown, letting them believe she still works for a reputable paper when, in reality, she’s sold her soul to The Inside Word, a tell-all supermarket tabloid no one wants to admit they read.

She’s lying to Alec Ramirez, the tabloid’s star reporter, who is training her to write their kind of story their way. He doesn’t know the woman who’s been arrested for murder in the story they’re covering is her mother. Or that Cleo is conspiring with her old boyfriend to steal that story out from under him and using it to buy her way back into her old life.

And she may be lying to herself that leaving Alec behind when she goes will be easy. Because she absolutely, unequivocally, beyond the shadow of any doubt does not want him in her life on a permanent basis.

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Liar, Liar ~ The Omnibus

Investigative reporter Cleo Morgan believes a successful tabloid needs is the ability to lie. Now that she’s one herself, she’s getting a lot of practice.

She’s lying to everyone in her hometown, pretending she still works for a reputable paper. She’s lying to Alec Ramirez, the tabloid’s star reporter. He doesn’t know the high-profile-murder suspect in the story they’re covering is her mother. Or that Cleo is conspiring with her old boyfriend to steal that story out from under him to buy her way back into her old life.

Perhaps worst of all, she’s lying to herself that she can leave Alec behind once she’s made everything right.

This contains both of the Liar, Liar romances:
Liar, Liar, Tabloid Writer
Liar, Liar, Heart's Desire

 The McKnight Romances

A Knight in Cowboy Boots

When Zach McKnight, an irresistible oil rig worker with a thick-as-honey Texan drawl, first pokes into the secrets surrounding the mysterious Maddie Wells, he has no idea that the chance encounter will change his life forever. Maddie Wells is on the run with Jesse, the infant son of her murdered sister. The boy’s father is not far behind, and he wants his son. Zach is intrigued from the first moment that he sees the dark haired beauty in a hotel, but his intentions of getting his hard working hands on her delectable body are more easily dreamt than achieved. He gets shot for his trouble, by Maddie no less, and sucked into the web of lies and fear that are her constant companions. 

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Knight of Hearts

They have a deal: Rachel will teach the newly divorced Mac to date again, and he'll accompany her to her brother's wedding. Seems like a straight forward trade, but when Mac decides the kisses he wants can only be found on Rachel's lips, he sabotages all her efforts to find him another woman. Rachel's past beaux have convinced her she's frigid. She's not surprised; with her moral upbringing, a herd of overprotective brothers, and an early experience with a jerk cowboy who thought "no" meant "come get me," she has trouble letting a man with loving on his mind get close to her. 

When Mac discovers Rachel's intimacy issues, he begins to understand that her bossy, prickly ways are just her way of armoring her heart. He aches to prove to her that she's anything but the ball-buster she thinks she is. The one thing Rachel wants more than anything, a family of her own, depends on Mac's success at freeing the passionate, loving woman he believes her to be, but she must learn to trust him and gamble that he will catch her when she falls.

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All's Fair

Sol McKnight has trouble letting go of his ex-wife. If that means he has to torpedo her love life, then so be it. After all . . . All's fair in love and war.

This is a short prequel to the McKnight Romance, A Dark and Stormy Knight.

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A Dark and Stormy Knight

Georgia McKnight wants her daughter Eden to have a better life than she has. To that end, she cooks up a plan to marry the father of her daughter's best friend, but that idea has to be put on hold when Georgia's mother has a stroke and she must go home to Hero
Bluff to help out for the summer. 

Her ex-husband Sol McKnight sees Georgia's extended stay as an opportunity to finally get her back in his life for good. Can he curb his stupid streak long enough to make it happen? He's certainly going to try.

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Short Stories

Snow White & the Eighth Dwarf

In your heart of hearts, you always knew there was something fishy about Snow White's story, didn't you? Seven lusty men. One young, nubile woman. Living innocently together in a cottage in the woods. If you've ever been skeptical of what happened on the way to Snow White's happily ever after, Bitchy is here to set the record straight.