One Man Rush by Joanne Rock
Matchmaker Marissa Collins is looking for a man. A hot, successful man. But the man she's considering–hockey player Kyle Murphy–is for a prospective client. Marissa's matchmaking professionalism goes MIA, though, when she meets Kyle…who's not coming along quietly.
Kyle isn't looking for a match. He has his eye on the prize–the Stanley Cup–or at least he did before Marissa dropped into his life. Now he's playing a new game, one where getting Marissa in bed is the goal. And if he has to play dirty…that's even better.
Taking Him Down by Meg Maguire
Rules of the Ring…
No unsportsmanlike conduct
Matchmaker Lindsey Tuttle always thought Rich Estrada was a whole lot of sexy. What's not to lust after? He's a gorgeous, flirty mixed martial arts fighter. When they find themselves heating up during an unexpected–and super intense–make-out session, Lindsey is ready…until Rich ends it with no explanation.
Now it's almost a year later, and Rich has a broken foot, which means a frustrating recovery back in Boston before his next fight. But this could be the perfect time for a rematch with a sexy little matchmaker….
And minimal clothing!
There's no denying the chemistry between them. It's full-contact, no-holds-barred attraction…and only one can be on top!
The Personal Touch by Lori Borril
When matchmaker Margot Roth is hired to find a date for the mother of a playboy millionaire, an erotic fling is the last thing on her mind. Well, maybe not the last thing. Clint Hilton is the sexiest man she's ever met, and she has to admit naughty things go through her mind when he looks at her with his sultry eyes.
But now that Clint is there to turn her fantasies into reality, Margot isn't sure if giving in to temptation is the best idea–even if he's determined to share his bed with her…or something more.
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