“A Cathryn Fox book is a must read great escape.”
— Sylvia Day, #1 New York Times Best Selling author
Fair Play, Hot New Football Series
The ultimate bad boy every girl wants.
His world at Kingston College is full of parties, booze and sex. The opposite of mine.
I’m the quiet twin he never knew existed, until he heard a lie—I hated him.
Maybe that’s why he pursued me—why I became his obsession. It’s all about the chase, right?
I can’t deny that I like the attention. That my body burns for him. I shouldn’t crave him. I hate that I do. We don’t belong together.
That should have been enough to stop me from sneaking into his room, from teasing a thirst I just can’t quench…because once the hunt is over, it’s ALL over.
Unless he never knew it was me…
EXPOSED, Dirty Rich Boys Series
A Belize bachelorette party prank leaves good girl Gemma all tied up with the bad boy she’s never forgotten in New York Times bestselling author Cathryn Fox’s final Dirty Rich Boys story!
The ultimate good girl—sadly, that’s me. I’ve always protected my senator father’s reputation…and kept my true nature hidden. But when I learn my cheating fiancé is marrying me to further his career, I’m ready to turn my Belize bachelorette party into a wanton, tequila-fueled fiesta! Especially when my friends’ party prank leaves me tied to a chair in eternal bad boy Josh Walker’s hotel suite…
Exploring my kinky side with Josh is helping me accept myself. Despite our painful past, I can’t help hoping there’s more to Josh’s feelings than lust. Laying my longings bare is electrifying and liberating! But can I risk exposing my heart to a man so ready to walk away?
The Burbs and The Bees
I just inherited an apple orchard in Nova Scotia.
That’s definitely a sentence I never would have imagined saying in my life.
I’ve only ever been a socialite from New York, but that orchard is my chance to prove to my family, and myself, that I can do more. Be more. I may not exactly know what I want out of life yet, but I’m determined to stick to something—and no, I’m not talking about the bee farmer next door.
Here’s what I know. If I can’t tough out one full month of a rooster waking me at sunrise, a poolhall parrot with a foul mouth, and a llama that swings both ways, not only will I lose my self respect, I’ll lose my trust fund too.
Here’s what I don’t know. Why my neighbor with the bad attitude and a whole lot of sexy seems hell bent on sending me home. Well screw him. Not literally, of course. Except I just stumbled into his apiary, and got a look at the head beekeepers…stinger.