Heartbreakers

by Emilie Richards, Linda Howard

It takes two, baby!

The Accidental Romeo

Harry Worthington is struggling to fulfill his two roles in life — single dad and full-time ER consultant. The issue is he’s just too irresistible and his nannies keep falling for him! But Harry wouldn’t have that problem with Marnie Johnson. Agreeing to move in — temporarily — to plug his child-care gap is a strictly practical arrangement. Surely Marnie knows him well enough to keep a clear head, a hard heart…and a closed bedroom door?

Doorstep Twins

Gabi Turner is on the Greek island of Milos to find Andreas Simonides — the father of her late sister’s baby twins. But CEO Andreas knows the real daddy is his brother! Waiting for him to arrive Gabi and Andreas make a good team caring for the babies, but what will happen when the twins are reunited with their father?

The Nanny’s Double Trouble

All his life Daniel Bravo has been the responsible one. So when he’s left widowed with adorable twins to raise, he knows he needs help, fast. Enter family friend Keely Ostergard — a woman who loves his children…but certainly not him!. She’s the last person he’d ever fall for — and the aversion is mutual. Until it isn’t…

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Emilie Richards

Emilie Richards

Emilie Richards's many novels feature complex characterizations and in-depth explorations of social issues. Both are a result of her training and experience as a family counselor, which contribute to her fascination with relationships of all kinds. Emilie and her husband enjoy dividing their time between the Florida Gulf Coast and Chautauqua County, New York. She is currently working on her next novel for MIRA Books.

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Linda Howard

Linda Howard

Born in Newport, Rhode Island, I grew up in neighbouring Middletown with parents who lived to be on the water. After graduating from Middletown High School in 1984, I attended the University of Rhode Island where I double majored in journalism and political science. I graduated in 1988 and went to work for a small community newspaper, the writing equivalent of boot camp. We worked...

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