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Escape to exciting new places with this spicy romance collection of Cariad Romances.Crossing the Line: Elizabeth ColdwellElinor needs peace and quiet to finish her novel, and the isolated cottage seems like the ideal place to work - until she meetsMoreEscape to exciting new places with this spicy romance collection of Cariad Romances.Crossing the Line: Elizabeth ColdwellElinor needs peace and quiet to finish her novel, and the isolated cottage seems like the ideal place to work - until she meets her noisy, but annoyingly hot, neighbour. Their battle to establish their own territory takes on an increasingly erotic edge, as dominant Jamie finds a willing partner in submissive Ellie, but are there some lines that shouldnt be crossed?It Takes a Thief: Maxine MarshRobin is a feisty retired car thief who now makes a legitimate living recovering stolen luxury vehicles. She’s looking to impress her newest client, a very wealthy and very powerful Miami executive, until she realises that the man who stole his car is her ex-flame and partner in crime, Jessie. Jessie’s the best in the business, and has been holding a grudge ever since she left him a year ago when he wouldn’t agree to go straight. Even while dealing with unresolved feelings and an attraction that burns hotter than oil, Robin is determined to track down the car that’s come in between her and her old lover, and to prove once and for all that she’s the better thief.Dark Nights: Kitti BernettiWhen Breeze Monaghan gets caught red-handed by her millionaire boss she knows she’s in trouble. Big time. Because Breeze needs to keep her job more than anything else in the world. Sebastian Dark is used to getting exactly what he wants and now he has a hold over Breeze, he makes her an offer she can’t refuse. Like Scheherazade in The 1001 Nights Seb demands that Breeze entertain him to save her skin.Can she employ all her ingenuity and sensuality in order to satisfy him and stop her world crashing about her? Or, like the ruthless businessman he is, will Seb go back on the deal?