Romance Novels by Pan Zador

Contemporary romance author Pan Zador was born in London and grew up in theatres, watching her parents and grandparents either acting or behind the scenes.

He’s the Boss: 10 Office Romances

Release date: January 18, 2016 It’s always sexy when he runs the company … but she commands his heart. These 10 couples know exactly what suits them and where to draw the line between business and pleasure. Find out who’s boss on these perfect lunchtime breaks! An Inconvenient Love: To expand his real estate...

Literary Love

Literary Love: 5 Wild & Wanton Classics

Release date: February 9, 2015 Currently out of print. Classic literature has never been so sexy! With some modern sensuality sprinkled into these vaunted literary classics, reading the canon is more delectable than ever. This value-priced digital collection includes spiced-up editions of Daisy Miller by Gabrielle Vigot & Henry James; Far from the Madding...

Games of Love

Games of Love: 9 Contemporary Romances for the Win

Release date: November 10, 2014 Currently out of print All’s fair in love – so check out these nine contemporary romances that play to win. With plenty of bets, wagers, and friendly competition, these heroes and heroines are ready to risk it all for their happy endings. Best Laid Plans: Two journalists on very different...

Far from the Madding Crowd

Far from the Madding Crowd: The Wild and Wanton Edition

Release date: 1 July 2013 An earthy tale of country loving in 1870s England; Bathsheba Everdene is that unusual combination—a beautiful young woman who is also mistress of her own farm. Proposals of marriage are not long in coming, but with her lack of experience in judging men, how can she possibly choose between...

Act of Love

Release Date: 17 December 2012 When you’re young, and passionate about your first theatre job, you do everything your director tells you to. Don’t you? Tor Douglas can be charismatic, rude, angry or captivating. And Marigold is lucky to be starting her career in the Tower Theatre Company – so she’d better do as...