The men of the Marsh family have spent their lives riding hard, in and out of the saddle. None of them has any plans on settling down. Falling in love just isn't for them. Or so they thought.
Book one: Feels Like the First Time
When Clint Marsh pulls a woman from an overturned semi on a county road in Florida, he expects only to do a good deed then get back on his motorcycle and head home.
The woman turns out to be Lily Ridenger, his first love, and the one woman who has the ability to turn his thoughts to sin with a single look. She's in need of a place to stay and he has room to spare. So what if there are still unresolved feelings? Chances are they'll hook up, have sex hot enough to start a fire, and go their separate ways. At least that's what Clint thought....
He thought wrong.
Book two: When You Least Expect It
Cam Marsh figured he was following in his older brother Colton's footsteps. A confirmed bachelor. Not that he had anything against settling down. He'd just never met a woman he wanted to settle down with.
Then out of the blue the first girl he ever loved shows up next door. Ellie Whitehorse has inherited her father's ranch, such as it is, and seeing her brings back feelings he'd all but forgotten, along with inspiring some new ones.
Book three: Colton's Memory
When Colton Marsh gets a call about a classic car that's broken down near the belly dancing school run by his best friend's mother, he figures he'll get the car up and running, collect his pay, and then head on back to his ranch.
Wrong. Memory Wells lights a fire of lust inside him stronger than anything he's ever experienced, and she makes it quite clear that she's as hot for him as he is for her.
Rhys, Viscount Hadley, is the practical sort. A true gentleman of the Ton, he leaves London at his Uncle’s request to render counsel to the daughter of an old friend. Riding through the country to a small Hampshire village, he has no idea where this journey is headed.
Lady Alice Korte-Giddenhurst senses his imminent arrival. She has strange gifts — talents for which there are no rational or scientific explanations. She knows, in that mystical place within her mind, that Rhys will be more than just a visitor. So much more. And she finds herself eager to begin their dance of desire.
When Rhys arrives, he’s thunderstruck — the woman welcoming him seems to be glowing. Or maybe it’s just the immediate and powerful attraction he feels toward her. Whatever it is, he’s intrigued enough to stay for dinner…and thus the adventure begins.