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They’re not looking for love, but will one night in Vegas be enough?
I have one rule: don’t date women from our show. But this means nothing after my instant connection with Kendall. I can’t help myself—she’s a mystery I need to solve—and the more I get to know her, the more I start to believe she could be the one.
Until my past comes barreling in, making me wonder if my one night with Kendall was real or all a cruel game.
My traditional Southern family believes moving to LA has corrupted me. The truth is, they’ve never approved of my life choices to begin with. It’s never bothered me, either, until Sebastian. It’s one thing to be with him in Vegas during a wild weekend, but taking him to meet my parents is another story.
After all, he’s a stripper for the hottest show in Vegas. How can he be my forever?
She deserves a knight in shining armor. Not someone like me…
I don’t date. I keep myself distracted with work and ensuring everyone else lives their “best life,” as is the popular saying. My needs are the least of my concerns.
Until I come face to face with Bailey after our show.
She pushes my resolve with her soft curves, quick wit, and quirky personality. But Bailey’s too young and innocent for someone like me. Not to mention, she reminds me of the reason I don’t date in the first place.
I have to keep my hands to myself… for both our sakes.
I thought I’d been in love before, but nothing compares to how I feel about Leo. Or is it simply lust? Either way, I can’t deny the pull between us.
I’m determined to unravel him.
My friends and family warn me against him when they find out Leo’s not only older than me, but he’s also a stripper for Vegas’s hottest show. These are my decisions—and mistakes—to make, though, wherever they may lead me.
Which is right into Leo’s arms. But is our connection enough to overcome the odds stacked against us?
Gambling both of our futures is risky, but perhaps our one night in Vegas can turn into forever.
Can one night in Vegas turn hate to love?
I'm no one's happily ever after. I'm the guy women call after too many tequila shots, looking to make bad choices. It's why Emma claims to hate me, but I know the truth—she secretly wants me—and I'd like nothing more than to loosen her tight ponytail and dirty her tidy apartment.
But she wants forever, and I'm broken beyond repair. Emma deserves more than only half of me.
Since my breakup, all I’ve wanted is a nice guy who understands my desire for order in every facet of my life. A guy who’s the opposite of Ty and his flirty smirks and tattoos. He’s trouble, and I can’t take any more heartache.
As a stripper for Vegas's hottest show, Ty oozes sensuality, not marriage vows. How can we have a happy ending?
We kissed once.
In high school, I kissed my best friend Clara. I was prepared to confess my love for her and make her mine, but a sudden tragedy derailed my whole life.
After that, I went back to being her friend Dax—nothing more, nothing less.
When she married someone else, I thought I’d lost my chance forever. I threw myself into my work as a cardiologist. It kept me so busy I could barely think of anything outside the sterile walls of the clinic. My patients were all I needed… or so I thought.
After the devastating loss of her husband, Clara and her son move back to this small town. The more time we spend together, the more I realize how empty my life is.
Every day with them, the hammering hope in my chest grows stronger. I begin to think Clara will finally see me the way I’ve always seen her.
My heart has always beat for Clara. When she learns the truth about my feelings, will her healing heart beat for me too?
She was never mine to keep.
I fell for her in college when she was my best friend’s girl. One night, I risked it all and told her how I felt. That I wanted to be more than simply her friend Aiden. The stars aligned, and I thought she would be mine forever.
But in the end, she didn’t choose me, so I left it all behind to start over in New York City.
I never thought I’d see Sage again. That is, until eight years later.
To my complete shock, Sage shows up to my company’s meeting as our publicist’s new assistant.
And she’s… single.
But she says she wants to keep things between us professional. Polite. Courteous. As if our history can keep us from combusting.
The more time we spend together, the more we’re forced to face our past. A past that could push us apart once and for all.
Can two broken people like us ultimately share a love that’s unbreakable?