Love’s Replay: David Henderson is so desperate to stop his father from selling their family’s auto dealership, he’ll even marry to prove he’s serious about the future. Enter ex-lover Sandra Miller, who is back in town to help her successful business career. Too bad those prospects hang on partnering with David, the man who once crushed her heart. Will the mistrust and jealousy that tore them apart before prevent a replay of their rekindled love?
Just My Type: Janiyah Henderson enjoys her stress-free post-college life, but when her dad insists she can’t handle a “real job,” she’s determined to prove him wrong. Her high-spirited ways clash with the conservative instincts of her new boss, accountant Fredrick Jenkins, yet attraction brews between them. When Fredrick shows Janiyah the man behind the numbers, she realizes she could be just the type of woman he needs.
Making It Real: After five years in prison, Kareem Henderson is on the right track as a barber, with a goal to open a high-end salon. But he needs society connections to make his dream a reality. Patrice “Neecie” Baldwin, needs a shield to return home, so she offers Kareem a deal: Pretend to be her fiancé, and she’ll introduce him to her well-healed relatives. But as they grow closer, this fake relationship might become something very real.
From One Night to Forever: When trucker Aaron Henderson rolls into Reliant, Tennessee, for business, a singing beauty at a bar stirs feelings he’s long forgotten. Then his one-night stand turns out to be his new partner’s baby sister. When Kacey Randal learns that Aaron’s working with her brother and has a list of conquests as high as his big rig’s mileage, she’s ready to pretend their night together never happened. But the fire burns hot between these two—can Kacey tame Aaron’s roaming ways to go from one night to forever?
by Synithia Williams
Sensuality Level: Sensual
Synithia Williams has loved romance novels since reading her first one at the age of 13. It was only natural that she would begin penning her own romances soon after. When she isn’t writing, this local government gal balances the needs of her husband and two sons. Find Synithia Williams at www.synithiawilliams.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter @SynithiaW.