The Tycoon's Paternity Agenda - Michelle Celmer
Mr. December: Adam Blair, billionaire oil baron.
Dream: Producing a much-wanted heir.
Dilemma: Keeping the arrangement strictly business.
The time had come to move on. CEO and widower Adam Blair was determined to find the right woman to carry his baby. And when Katy Huntly, his late wife's sister, discovered his plan, she demanded to be the surrogate. The agreement certainly made sense...on paper. Adam had always felt a certain pull toward Katy, and those feelings only intensified the closer they grew. But falling in love had no place in this tycoon's agenda. How could he imagine allowing their relationship to progress beyond nine months?
Ultimatum: Marriage - Ann Major
Mr. October: Billionaire businessman Jake Claiborne.
His Quest: Steer clear of scandal.
His Quandary: He'd gotten the enemy's daughter pregnant!
It had been sheer madness to bed Alicia Butler. The beauty's father had cost Jake's company millions; any association with her would surely create troubling tabloid fodder. But Alicia was pregnant with his baby and he would not walk away from this responsibility. Their only option was marriage and the hope that the gossip would dwindle...even as their passion reignited.
Bossman Billionaire - Kathie DeNosky
Mr. August: Luke Garnier, rich as royalty, sexy as sin
Looking for: A fast track to fatherhood
The mother-to-be? His straitlaced secretary.
Business meant staying focused on the bottom line, and Luke wasn't looking for a wife. Just an heir...with no strings attached. Persuading his faithful assistant, Haley Rollins, to be his surrogate seemed an expedient solution. But once shy Haley joined him in their marriage bed, the construction mogul discovered their business arrangement had some world-rocking "employee benefits"....
Master of Fortune - Katherine Garbera
Mr. March: Henry Devonshire, illegitimate...irresistible.
Determined To: Become master of his own fortune.
Derailed By: Atrraction to his lovely new assistant.
He'd always known victory, but never had he had such a desire to win. If Henry Devonshire wished to inherit his dying father's empire, he had to make Everest Records a huge success. And the one person who could help him, Astrid Taylor, was also the only woman he wanted. Mixing business with pleasure was never wise, but this time, it could literally cost Henry a fortune.