It’s Been You: Marketing manager Tiana Holliday snags her dream job at an award-winning agency in New York City…but cocky playboy Nathaniel Lawson, her old grad-school nemesis, is her new officemate. When their one-on-one competition to manage a lucrative sports car account and nab a big promotion suddenly erupts into an all-out battle of desire, they just might discover that challenging each other outside the boardroom is even more satisfying than advertised.
Building Mr. Darcy: Programmer Zoe Bunsen’s developing a new artificial intelligence program that looks, talks, and thinks like Mr. Darcy. Project manager Max Taggart is keeping a secret: everyone’s jobs depend on Darcy’s success. He’s determined to meet the project deadline even if that means selling out a few literary details. But when the AI starts using its emotional intelligence to build a surprising connection between them, will these two unlikely cohorts cling to their prejudices or toss pride aside and admit love is stronger than a fantasy?
Tokyo Love: Kathleen Schmitt gladly moves from the Midwest to Tokyo to lead the project at Mashida INTL to develop a life-sized, hyper-realistic dating doll. American-born Yuriko is a former transplant herself and is sympathetic to adjusting to new culture—to a point. But Kathleen is about the most pathetic foreigner this engineer’s ever met. She clearly needs Yuriko’s help and expertise if this transition—and the PLC project—is to be a success. With Yuriko to show her the way, Kathleen learns to fall in love with a country so very different from her own. But can she also learn how to confess her love for the person who showed it to her?
Find Me: Amanda Gillespie never bargained on seeing Jackson Holstenar after their complicated relationship ended with her being asked to leave the law firm where they worked. Now Jackson is in the weird position of trying to help Amanda become his best pal’s ideal girl. With a little help from fate, these two confused hearts might just find a way back to each other for good.
by Rina Gray, Ashlinn Craven, Diana Jean, and Shelley K. Wall
Sensuality Level: Sensual