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All alpha all the time, Sebastian Knight’s confidence never wavers. At least not until Ashley Easton walks back into his life, wanting nothing to do with the playboy who broke her heart.

Sebastian Knight is a closer. Be it a real estate deal or the woman of his choice, everything he wants is his for the taking. Sexy and irresistible, a wink, a smile, or a handshake always seals the deal. Until Ashley returns at the worst possible time, and everything unravels around him.

The Ashley who returns is sassy and sexy–everything Sebastian craves. She’s back for good, and Sebastian wants a second chance. Except Ashley wants nothing to do with the playboy who broke her heart. Too bad his sex appeal makes it harder and harder to keep him at arm’s length.

Sebastian might have a talent for sealing the deal, but Ashley is no longer easily charmed. This time he’s going to have to work to win.

Opposites not only attract, they combust!

Parker Knight was going through the motions… and then he met her.

In sweet, sexy Emily Stevens and the rundown resort she runs with her father, Parker sees the chance to reclaim the life he once lost and take care of the first woman who makes him feel…everything. He wants her in a way he’s never desired a woman before and yearns to sample the treats the sexy baker has to offer.

But Emily doesn’t trust charming city guys, especially one who is going to leave when his time off is over. No matter how good he makes her feel, in bed or out.

Parker has his hands full, not only with a wary Emily but with someone who doesn’t want the lodge to succeed, and if things keep getting worse, not even a Knight can save her.

One virgin, one night, one surprise baby…

For Ethan Knight, managing his empire is his priority. Women, not so much. But when a favor leads to him meeting sexy, driven Sienna Dare at a black-tie corporate event, his interest is piqued along with his desire, and his infamous control slips as he joins her for an unforgettable night in bed.

Sienna Dare is trying to figure out the direction of her life when she meets enigmatic Ethan Knight—a strong, confident man so hot and irresistible he’s the one she finally relinquishes her v-card to.

The problem? Ethan has a billion-dollar contract with Sienna’s brother at stake. An overly protective brother who doesn’t take it well when he finds out his business associate bedded his much younger sister. Oh, and she’s pregnant, too…

Bonus Short Story:  TAKE ME NOW
Matt Banks was ready to tell Harper Sanders that he loved her, that he’d always loved her, and that even though they were young, she was his forever girl.

Then her brother stepped in, wanting more for his sister than a garage owner. Too young to stand up for himself, Matt made her brother a promise that he’s regretted every day since.

After years of being ignored by the guy she’s always loved, Harper is on a dating binge. No one is Matt, but a girl can keep on trying. Then she gets stranded on the side of the road, and she has no choice but to call the only mechanic in town.

Matt comes to her rescue, and then to her bed. It’s an idyllic, passion-filled weekend—but there’s still the matter of his promise. And a man’s word is his bond.

Sebastian woke up the next morning, surprisingly clearheaded and ready to deal with the day and the people in his life. Feeling uplifted and determined, he showered and put on his suit because he had scheduled business meetings, and made himself a cup of coffee, downing it before heading downstairs to the convenience store across the street to pick up something important.

Then he walked to the elevator so he could head upstairs to where Ashley now lived.

They needed to have a conversation. One that changed the direction of their relationship. And they would have a relationship, because another thing had become clear to him as he lay in bed last night, trying to fall asleep.

She meant something to him. She always had.

Many women had come and gone from his life and he’d been unable or unwilling to commit. For good reason, he realized now. None had been Ashley. Seeing her again had been the kick in the ass he needed to realize something had been missing from his life, and there was every possibility it was Ashley.

She was someone he genuinely liked and could talk to. Someone he also desired with a passion the likes of which he’d never experienced since their one fateful, heated kiss. He didn’t care how young they’d been, he’d wanted her. He still did.

She was the only person he’d ever confided in about his mother’s death, his father’s infidelities, his problems in school. He remembered sitting up late at night spilling his guts. She’d listened and vice versa. He’d heard her when she’d admitted how much she resented her mother’s jumping from wealthy man to wealthy man, how lonely she was in her new home.

If only he hadn’t let his dumb hormones lead him around, her life might have been different. He owed her for that. He wanted to make it up to her for pushing her out of what should have been a safe place. For upending her life.

More than that, he wanted to see what could be between them now that they were adults. And to do that, he needed her to see the man he believed he could be. One who was willing to go after what he wanted.

And what he wanted was Ashley.

*     *     *

Ashley stood in the kitchen, drinking a cup of coffee, waiting for the caffeine to make its way through her system and wake her up. She needed that jolt to get going in the morning. She took another long sip as the doorbell to the new apartment rang. She was still getting used to the place after only a few days, but at least it came with a Keurig.

She placed the mug down on the counter, tightened the sash on her light blue silk robe, and walked to the door, surprised to see Sebastian when she looked through the peephole.

She drew a deep breath and opened the door. “Hi,” she said warily, looking into his light blue eyes. She noticed he was dressed for the day at the office in a dark suit, fitting well around his broad shoulders, giving him a sexy, stunning appearance, while she was too aware of how little she was wearing.

“Hi,” he said, leaning against the doorframe.

She raised her eyebrows, waiting for him to tell her what he wanted on her doorstep so early.

Reaching into his pocket, he pulled out a king-size Hershey chocolate bar and extended it between them. She couldn’t mistake it for anything but what it was. A reminder of their shared past and a peace offering. He knew her mother hadn’t kept chocolate in the house, knew Hershey’s was her favorite candy especially at that time of the month. He’d sneak her candy bars at night and they’d share one over their late conversations about their parents, life … everything.

He studied her with those intense blue eyes, waiting for a reaction. Despite herself, the corners of her lips twitched in amusement and she grinned.

“Fine. Come in,” she said, snagging the candy bar and sashaying back inside, touched and surprised he remembered the small gesture that had meant so much to her once upon a time.

She headed for the living room and he followed her lead. Finally, she reached the sofa and turned to face him.

“I know you want nothing to do with me,” he said when he had her attention. “But I have some things I need to say, and I don’t want to do it at the office, where we have an audience.”

She nodded in understanding.

“Can we sit?” he asked.

She inclined her head and chose a spot on the sofa, keeping her legs princess style, tucked together and to the side.

But that didn’t stop him from staring, his gaze a laser on her exposed skin. She had the urge to shift around, but she couldn’t move her legs without exposing her panties beneath. And with his stare hot on her bare calves, she couldn’t afford to draw his attention farther up her thighs.

She cleared her throat. “What did you want to talk about?” she asked him as he sat in a chair across from her.

With him dressed impeccably in his suit, looking so handsome and sexy, it was hard for her not to squirm as they stared at each other.

He leaned forward and said, “I gave a lot of thought to what you said yesterday. About what you heard in my father’s study and how I didn’t stand up for you. How you think I haven’t changed.” He sounded sober, intense.

She nodded, aware she’d been very hard on him. Hurtfully so. But it had been the first time she’d seen him in years, the first time she was able to express her anger and hurt in his presence. She’d needed to express her bottled-up feelings and she had.

But now she realized she’d probably gone too far. “I shouldn’t have mentioned your current behavior. I really don’t know you anymore.”

She rubbed her palm along the silk of her robe, feeling the soft fabric as a distraction from his large presence. The scent of his cologne had followed him into her apartment, and every time she inhaled, she breathed him in. It was all she could do not to uncross and recross her legs, admitting to her discomfort and awareness.

“Much as it hurts to admit,” he said, unaware of his effect on her, “you had valid points. About the past and the present.” He met her gaze, his expression contrite but no less handsome for the regret she saw in his face. “I’m sorry, Ashley. For being selfish when we were kids and for you paying the price for my actions. Or lack of action, as the case may be.”

She blew out a breath at his unexpected admission and apology, taken off guard and affected by them. What could she say to that? I still want to hate you? I still blame you?

Wouldn’t that be petty when he’d obviously done a lot of introspection in the last twenty-four hours, taking her words and feelings seriously?

I sat beside Ethan Knight in the back seat of the darkened limo, a mess of nerves and desire. I wasn’t used to feeling either. The man was the epitome of perfection, from the long hair I hadn’t expected, to the light scruff on his face, to the casual way he wore his expensive suit, the white shirt unbuttoned just enough to tease me with his hint of chest hair peeking through. And the way he smelled? All man with a delicious hint of musk.

The guys I was used to from college were boys in comparison to Ethan Knight, and I more than felt the difference both in my body’s reaction to him and in his response to me. Oh, he tried to keep a respectful distance, but I didn’t miss the way his stare zeroed in on mine when I was with other people, how he watched me with interest in his gaze that had nothing to do with convincing me to attend business school in New York City.

I’d had enough half sisters fall in love for me to be well aware of what chemistry between two people was like. And Ethan and I had chemistry in spades.

Shocking sexual desire made me aware of my body for the first time, causing a slickness between my thighs and a yearning I wasn’t going to find easily in men back home. Ethan was intelligent and aloof, qualities that didn’t put me off because of the type of men in the family in which I’d grown up.

In the past, I’d dated, I’d made out with guys, but ultimately, I’d kept my distance, at least from any significant relationships, and for good reason. My life had always been serious, from my childhood illness to my family drama, and though I didn’t act or live in the shadows, I wanted someone who could handle everything that came along with me.

I knew better than to create fairy tales. My parents’ relationship had taught me that happily ever after came with strings. Sometimes with another family. So I’d waited for just the right person to be with.

I leaned my head against the headrest and glanced at Ethan. A man, not a boy. The more I thought about school, the less likely it became that I’d go. So one night with a guy I wanted beyond reason before I would head back to Miami, where I belonged?

Everything inside me screamed yes. Ethan was the right one.

I could handle the distance he attempted to put between us and was more than willing to try and breach it. I just needed to work up my nerve, and the charged silence between us in the car gave me time to think.

To plan.

The car pulled to a stop in front of the familiar building in which I was staying. To my surprise, Ethan climbed out first, then waited for me to join him.

I assumed he was saying good night, which meant I’d have to make my move.

“Are you ready to go up?” Ethan asked.

I blinked at him. If he planned on walking me to my door, I didn’t have to attack him in the street, in front of the driver.

My stomach was bouncing with nerves as he guided me into the building.

“Mr. Knight,” the doorman said. “Welcome home.”

“Thank you, John. Have a nice evening.” He placed a hand on my back and guided me toward the elevators.

I glanced up at him. “Home? Sierra mentioned your family owned the building, but she didn’t say any of you lived here.”

His grin was as surprising as it was infectious. “Penthouse,” he explained, a man of few words, as usual.

We stepped into an open elevator, and he hit the second floor, where I was staying. A few seconds later, I was standing in front of my door, Ethan beside me.

He braced a hand above my head, leaning closer than would be appropriate for our supposed positions. I took it as a sign.

“I hope you enjoyed yourself,” he said.

“The night was more than I hoped for.” I spoke the truth. He was more than I’d hoped for. “You were an excellent host.”

The silence between us was charged, my heart beating rapidly in my chest, possibilities soaring through my brain.

“Good night, Sienna.” He spoke but he didn’t leave.

I couldn’t bring myself to use the key I’d taken out of my purse, either.

I stared up at him, unable to break eye contact, and forced myself to utter the words I needed to say. “Please stay.”

Find out what happens next in Dare Me Tonight!

Family secrets, pain and love.

Meet the Knight Brothers, alpha billionaire siblings who must learn to trust each other before they can find love and their happily-ever-afters. Connected to Dare to Love in Sienna Dare’s story, Dare Me Tonight.

Read the full series if you love:

  • Billionaires
  • Opposites Attract
  • Surprise Baby Romances
  • Alpha Heroes
  • Second Chances
  • One Night Stand Romances

Get all four books in this sexy, high-powered Knight family series. This bundle includes separate ebook editions of each of the three Knight Brother novels + plus a short story, all with exclusive floral covers.


  • Take Me Again — Sebastian & Ashley
  • Take Me Down — Parker & Emily
  • Dare Me Tonight — Ethan & Sienna
  • Take Me Now — Matt & Harper (short story)

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