Together in one volume: Satisfaction Guaranteed, Perfectly Satisfied, and Finally Satisfied. Newly edited and revised.
Satisfaction Guaranteed: Book One (Cara and Gray)
Perfectly Satisfied: Book Two (Reggie and Sam)
Finally Satisfied: Book Three (Angel and Mitch)
The Satisfaction Collection of novellas follows lifelong friends as they find their way from friends to lovers.
Satisfaction Guaranteed: Caramia Kensington makes a living setting up seduction scenes for rich playboys. Imagine her surprise when her current customer turns out to be her old high school flame, Grayson Montgomery. And the woman he plans to seduce is Cara.
"A novella that flows smoothly and leaves you begging for more. Recommended for fans of novellas and fans of reunion romances." maldivianbookreviewer.com
Perfectly Satisfied: Regina Baker has loved Sam Hyatt since the third grade, but Sam has an ideal woman in mind, and Reggie doesn't even come close. As the heir to a sizable fortune, Sam has a responsibility to marry well. His wife needs to be well bred, well educated, and well heeled. As a poor preacher's daughter with a landscaping business that barely pays the bills, Reggie feels like a mangy mutt compared to Sam's current girlfriend, who has a pedigree a mile long.
Their matchmaking friends, Cara and Gray, arrange for Sam and Reggie to join them on a two week cruise, where Sam will have a chance to see what he's been missing and Reggie will have two weeks to win Sam's heart.
"I am a fan of the first book, 'Satisfaction Guaranteed', and fell in love with all the characters. In addition, after reading 'Perfectly Satisfied', I think it surpass Satisfaction Guaranteed. This story falls in the category of sweet with a dash of Cinderella."--Romance Novel Junkies
Finally Satisfied: Angel Kensington has never gotten over giving her baby up for adoption sixteen years ago. She's spent the time since then fighting panic attacks, hiding from her feelings, and isolating herself into a well-regimented existence. She has no room in her life for changes, complications, or men.
Mitch Turner presents a definite challenge for Angel. He's the wrong man for her, even if she wanted a man in her life. Why won't he just leave her alone?
Mitch has felt responsible for what his family did to Angel. They'd treated her like trash, left her to flounder with no hope of keeping her baby. He'd offered to marry her back then, but she'd not only turned him down flat, she'd avoided him ever since.
But now Cara and Gray are getting married and Angel is the maid of honor and Mitch is the best man. Angel can't avoid Mitch any longer, and she can no longer avoid facing her past. But are Mitch's feelings for Angel real, or are they just guilt over something he couldn't fix?
"I enjoyed Angel and Mitch's story very much! Both characters carry a lot of baggage, but even when it seems they might not get their happily ever after, the reader still cheers for them. The Satisfaction series was, yes, very satisfying!"--The Readin' Librarian