L.L. KELLOGG'S BOOKS
She has a problem relaxing with men
Frumpy wallflower Hannah Oliver is nearly thirty and has a
serious self-image problem. Growing up in her centerfold mother’s
shadow and being raised by her pious grandparents has left her so
self-conscious about her matronly, D-cup figure she gets tongue-tied
around good-looking guys. So when Hannah discovers her fiancé/employer
boinking her roommate, she’s not only devastated—she’s
He’s got a problem fending off women
Pharmaceutical CEO Jordan Calder has a huge image problem too—his
professional image. Most guys would kill to be publicly proclaimed a
world-class lover, but other men don’t share his dark, shameful past.
The only thing women have ever wanted Jordan for is what he can give
them in and out of bed. So when his grandfather drags dowdy Hannah
into his office as an executive assistant candidate, Jordan hires the
mousey woman on the spot.
Could hypnosis be a solution?
After miraculously landing her plum new position, sexually frustrated
Hannah resorts to hypnosis to boost her self-confidence with men,
hoping to attract another mate. Unfortunately, a post-hypnotic
suggestion compels her to kiss her sexy playboy boss, who she then
stupidly falls for in and out of bed. Despair induces her to use
similar hypnotic principles on him—in
the form of subliminal messages—to
convince the man she loves that he wants a happy-ever-after with her.
But as everyone knows, desperate measures usually spell disaster.
The Naughty Never Die
only the good die young,
then New Jersey’s
virtuous First Lady should be a cinch to kill.
she’s really quite naughty.
The Beauty—a chronic people pleaser who’s
had enough of her goody-two-shoes life
Since her mother’s untimely death, crusader Josephine Callahan has
served as New Jersey’s First Lady. Acting as her father’s official
hostess in the governor’s mansion is tantamount to living in a
fishbowl, which makes S-E-X extremely difficult.
On the brink of a nervous breakdown, frustrated Josie loses her usual
good sense along with her cool and lets her assemblyman boyfriend
sweet-talk her into an impromptu romantic getaway—something she would
never consider if she had a clue someone is trying to kill her.
The Beast—an incurable bad boy who
refuses to admit beneath his scars lurks a hero.
A deliberately twisted message, via the governor’s spiteful assistant,
misleads ex Special Forces officer, DJ Ryder, as to the true objective
of his freelance assignment. He’s told to, not only track down the
governor’s classy daughter and hold her in protective custody, but to
also teach her a lesson by letting her believe she’s been kidnapped.
When Josie discovers the scarred, but still sexy, badass has played
her for a fool, she retaliates by feigning a raging case of Stockholm
syndrome, teasing the brute until all he can think of is the 'hold
her' part of his orders. How can Ryder concentrate on keeping Josie
safe when he’s busy avoiding the danger she poses to his heart?