The Billionaire’s Runaway Curves in Shades of Surrender Boxed Set

Shade of SurrenderFifty By Fifty: Fifty Novels by Fifty Bestselling Authors in four big boxed sets – you’ve read the others, now don’t miss the climax!

Dominant and uncompromising, these alpha males expect a lot from their women. Will they get the surrender they’re looking for?

Join us for thirteen smoldering tales of alpha billionaires and the curvaceous, delicious women they love.

The Billionaire’s Student by Savannah Reardon
Katie’s parents die unexpectedly, making her desperate for a way to pay for college. Billionaire Jace Weatherton is the answer, but in return, takes Katie on a wild ride of lust, submission, and love.

The Interview by Abby Weeks
A young secretary at a large financial institutions receives instructions to meet the enigmatic, billionaire CEO in his private office.
She has no idea what to expect.

Playing Games by Liliana Rhodes
Curvy Cassie Monroe moves to Canyon Cove with only one thing in mind–finding a job. But after a close encounter with her sexy billionaire boss, she’s finds more than she bargained for.

Hunting for Curves by Julianne Reyer
A shy curvy girl. A billionaire CEO, plus his longtime male lover. A smoking hot proposition. Will a steamy threesome end in disaster, or can she prove to the two men that one night is never enough?

Safeword: Matte by Candace Belvins
Matte, pronounced mah-tay, is Japanese for stop, and is used in some martial arts to end a fight. Sam enjoys various fighting disciplines and is a sexual submissive. What better safeword than matte?

The Greek Billionaire and I by Marian Tee
Too proud to let Greek billionaire Mykolas know she’s in love with him, schoolteacher Velvet ends up accepting his offer for a marriage of convenience. At least this way, he’d still be hers.

Corrupt Practices by Penelope L’Amoreaux
Mariel’s new political internship is off to a rough start. In over her head and caught in political intrigue, she looks to her boss’s hard discipline for guidance.

The Billionaire’s Runaway Curves by Danielle Duncan
Ellie ran from Theo when she found out she was pregnant with their child. Now he’s found her and that old spark’s stronger than ever. But what will Theo do when he finds out Ellie hid his daughter?

His Weakness by E.K. Sabins
After the death of her parents, Ellie is in need of a husband and thrust into the opulent world of Boston’s elite. Will she find love with a handsome scion, or will she be his weakness?

Don’t Fall by Candy Quinn
The internship of her dreams leaves Amy’s head spinning, but when her boss takes her out to dinner, and she learns more about his hidden life, she’s drawn into a world she never knew existed.

The Politician and the Girl from the Coffee Shop by Terry Towers
Jessie knows better than to date her customers, but for the charismatic Senator Morrow she’s tempted. Could Washington’s most eligible bachelor be interested in the shy girl from the coffee shop?

Billionaires in Disguise: Rae by Blair Babylon
Rae has three weeks of college freedom before she goes home to her fundamentalist family, so she shoves The Blond Hottie up against a wall in dark bedroom, and all Hell breaks loose.

Anything He Requires by Michelle Fox
Animal trainer Jessica Kingston thinks it’s just another job when wealthy Jacob Daniels hires her to train his willful puppy, but the way he crushes her lips when they kiss says otherwise.


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Excerpt from The Billionaire’s Runaway Curves:

At the end of her work day, Ellie left through one of the back doors of the hotel to walk to the nearby day care and pick up Riley before heading home. She hadn’t taken more than a few steps outside when she saw movement out of the corner of her eye and someone cleared their throat.


She swung toward the man who had come up beside her—the man who had haunted her fantasies for nearly nine years. A cold ball of lead formed in her stomach and she couldn’t think of anything to say.

He looked as good as ever–tall, dark and expensively handsome. His dark hair was neatly cut, his blue eyes framed by just a couple of new laugh lines. His full lips were pressed hard together.

Theo put his glove-covered hand on her cheek. “God, Ellie, where’ve you been all these years?” Before she could move, he swooped down and pressed his lips against hers.

Desire unfurled inside her. She curled her hands around his strong upper arms. Before she could do something foolish like pull him closer, she pushed him away. “No.”

Theo’s jaw tightened. “I’ve missed you.”

She still didn’t know what to say to him. She started down the path. “I don’t have time to talk.”

As soon as he started following her, she knew she couldn’t go to the day care right now. She had to get rid of him first. So she stopped and let him catch up to her.

“Still running away?” he said. “I saw you in the lobby. What on earth did I ever do to you to make you run from me like that?”

“It isn’t like that.”

“Then what’s it like?” When she didn’t answer right away, he said, “Why’d you leave, Ellie? I thought we had something good and then all of a sudden you’d disappeared. Do you have any idea how long I looked for you?”

The Billionaire’s Curvy Guide in the Alphas Prefer Curves Boxed Set

Cover Side ViewHot alpha males come in all flavors, from fierce shifters and swaggering rockstars to bad boy bikers and seductive billionaires, men of action and passion. In this collection of standalone BBW romance novels and novellas by the writers of the wildly popular Curvy Girl Romance group, the hunky heroes all have one thing in common: these alphas prefer curves.

Dangerous Protector by Milly Taiden
Cynthia Vega had a good reason to leave James Brock, the only man she loved, after accepting his marriage proposal. Now she’s back. And he’s not willing to ignore their chemistry or the past.

A Prowl On The Wild Side by Erika Masten
Curvy girl Vanessa is haunted by nightmares, dreams of being an animal, and sleepwalks naked. What’s she doing losing her heart to a 6’4” Nordic Adonis with fangs and fur? That’s just crazy.

Bear Biker Love by Harper Ashe
He’s a sexy, leather-wearing Alpha bear who needs to find his mate. She’s a curvy, brunette BBW who believes in fate. Will they take a romantic ride with destiny?

Bear The Heat by Catherine Vale
Rescuing Sonya from a fire is only the beginning. It’s instant chemistry, a passion that burns as bright as the very fires that threaten to consume them.

Heartbitten by Aubrey Rose
When a snarky billionaire vampire meets a curvy grad student, he loses his heart and finds true love.

Distracting the Billionaire’s Son by Jordan Bell
Curvy girl Jessica discovers a distraction in Jonah that could help them both forget the troubles that soon threaten to destroy what fragile pleasure they’ve found in each other.

The Billionaire’s Curvy Guide by Danielle Duncan
When Zoe and Bastian meet, it’s magnetic. But Zoe doesn’t want to risk her job and Bastian won’t back down. Only one of them can win this battle of wills–but what will the loser really lose?

Soldier by Liliana Rhodes
Hitman, killer, Dante Gambino, that’s who I am, but none of it mattered until I met Gia. I will protect her and keep her safe, but doing so will push her away forever. I must kill her brother.

Something True by Malia Mallory
Rocker Liam Smith’s in trouble-again. A charity founded to entertain hospitalized kids seems ideal for his community service, and the director Shelley Taylor is as curvy as his favorite guitar.

CoverHeart Racer by Marian Tee
Greek billionaire biker Leandro Christopoulos wants snarky Roberta as his fake girlfriend, and he’s willing to lie about loving her to make it happen.

Jade by Olivia Rigal
For a young genius like Jade few things are a challenge except maybe a bowl of ice cream or a normal conversation with a guy. Until Oliver shows her curves are meant to be rocked.

Kings of Asphalt by Alexx Andria
Curvy reporter Zoe Delacourte wants MC leaders Jax Traeger and Hunter Ericksen. Some might call them bad men but Zoe doesn’t care! She wants the bad boys in her bed!

Operation: Burlesque by Michelle Fox
When Ruby Palmer signs on to work as a seamstress for the steamy Cirque D’Amour, the spotlight won’t take no for an answer, and neither will the circus’ handsome, enigmatic magician, Blake Cannon.

KANE by Eliza Gayle
Kane Gunn has a kill order to fill and when he catches the curvy woman who’s become his obsession he is consumed by a desire that overwhelms everything, including his quest for justice.

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He didn’t answer for a long time. When she looked up, she found his gaze trained on her. “The stuff you gave me yesterday said you do guided tours. Personally.”

Damn it. Yes, she had been designated the guided tour girl. She loved the country around here and enjoyed showing it off to guests, no matter the season. Except him. Walking through the forest alone with him seemed like a very bad idea. “It’s a little cold for–”

“The brochure said all four seasons. Talked about how beautiful the mountains could be in the winter. I’m available this afternoon.”

Inwardly, she groaned.

“This is me being persuasive,” he said.

“No, this is you being hard to avoid.”

“Same difference. The more time you spend with me, the harder it will be to resist me. At least that’s my hope.”

His hope? Seeing this first chink in his armor, a little bit of doubt, somehow made him that much more attractive. Damn it.

Zoe pulled her calendar up on her computer. “I could do two to three.”

“I’ll take it. Although that’s a little short. Maybe we can do a second tour tomorrow for two to three hours.”

Heaven help her. “I’m not sure I can manage two whole hours tomorrow.”

“Three. Three hours.” He grabbed the edge of her laptop and pulled it toward him. “Let me take a look at your calendar and I’ll see how to fit it in.”

She yanked her computer toward her. “I can check my own calendar, thanks.”

A smile danced around his lips. “The more you fight this, the more I can see I’m getting under your skin.”

Like a bur. She didn’t say that, though. He was a guest. She had to keep reminding herself that or she’d say something totally out of line and then she’d regret it. “I’m just protective about my laptop. Most people are.”


He wasn’t going to give up on the tour. She knew it. She looked over her calendar. “The day after tomorrow I could do two hours together at lunchtime. But it’d be pretty hard to hike over lunch…”

“I’ll get them to make us a picnic.”

She’d totally walked into that one. “It’s a little cold for a picnic.”

“Surely you can think of some cabin or shack or something where we can sit down for a few minutes and eat?”

She could, but she didn’t want to. The two of them, alone in an enclosed space? Recipe for disaster. “I’ll think about it.” Yeah, she’d think about how to avoid it at all costs. “Eating while on the move might work better. We’ll get cold quickly if we stop.”

“I imagine we can find ways to keep warm.”

“Mr. Marks!”


Damn it. Why couldn’t she keep control of the situation with him?

“Bastian. Say it, Zoe.”

She added the two guided tours to her calendar. “Besides the lift tickets and the tours, was there anything else you needed?”

“Yes.” His voice sounded like a low growl.

She couldn’t help but look up at him and immediately wished she hadn’t. His gaze bored right through her.

“I want you to say my name.”

Zoe sucked in her breath. Was this some kind of game? Or maybe a test? And how could she back out of this without playing?

She’d just have to ignore him. “Do you expect to ski every day? I can arrange a week-long pass for you.”

“Ignoring me isn’t going to work.”

“It’s working so far,” she said under her breath.

“Think again.”

“Week-long pass–yes? No?”

He waited several long seconds and then said, “Yes.”

“Good.” She typed up the order as quickly as she could. “Anything else?”

“I still need to know your favorite restaurant in town.”

“You never give up.”

The Reluctant Billionaire


From USA Today Bestselling Author Danielle Duncan…

When BBW Sophie begins her new job as chef in William Blackwell’s mansion, she wants a new start. Her last job led to a romance with her billionaire boss which ended in heartbreak. This time, she swears she’ll stay away from workplace romance…a vow that’s put to the test when she meets the enigmatic Rhys, one of the mansion’s gardeners.

William “Rhys” Blackwell might be a billionaire, but he still loves digging in his gardens. When he meets Sophie he feels instantly attracted to her. But Sophie says she doesn’t want to date anyone from the mansion, and Rhys knows that goes double for him, so he keeps his identity quiet. Maybe if she gets to know him first, she’ll change her mind.

In the midst of the growing attraction between Sophie and Rhys, they have other problems to deal with, too…a lawsuit, a billionaire ex-lover and more. In the end, there’s just one question: what are they willing to risk for a chance at love?

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The Reluctant Billionaire Excerpt

“What did he do to you to make it too painful to see him?” Rhys said.

Her eyes filled with tears. “I don’t want to talk about it.”

She’d made it to the opening in the treehouse floor when Rhys grabbed her arm.

“Tell me. Please. Because right now I’m imagining awful things.”

The truth was pretty bad, although who knew what he was thinking. She didn’t want to talk about it though.

“Please,” Rhys said.

Sophie gazed at the tree, trying to forget that Rhys was behind her. “He told me he loved me, and that we’d get married. I was a fool, and I believed him, so when we slept together I didn’t always make him use protection.” Make that never. She’d never insisted. She’d been stupid blind with love for him. “When I got pregnant, he gave me a stack of bills so I could get an abortion.”

She paused. “I told him I didn’t want an abortion and that I didn’t see the point, since we were going to get married. That’s when he laughed at me and told me it had all been a lie to get me into bed.” She’d been so gullible. What had made her think a rich, good-looking man would marry a round-in-the-middle cook?

Rhys squeezed her arm, just a little. “And the baby?”

“Miscarriage.” She spat the word out, trying not to think about what it meant. “I’m sure he was happy. Took me a while to get myself together again. Then I found this job, and here I am.”

Rhys put his arms around her from behind and hugged her. “That’s terrible.”

She put her hand on one of the arms around her. She’d gotten plenty of hugs from her family when she’d lost the baby. Somehow, this felt different. Maybe because Stanford hadn’t once consoled her. And now this man who hadn’t even known her then was giving her what she’d needed all along.

Sophie leaned her head back and rested it against his chest. “It’s over. But sometimes I still think about my little baby. I wonder if it would’ve been a boy or a girl, and what it might have grown up to do. And I wonder if I would have lost it if he’d kept his promises.” She’d never know. But she’d always wondered if the stress of losing him had somehow hurt the baby.

Rhys squeezed her tighter. They sat like that for a while. Then he loosened his arms and said, “Let’s get back.” He helped her find the wooden slats so she didn’t fall climbing out of the tree house. When they’d both reached the ground, he put his hand on her back and steered her down the path.

“Isn’t this away from the house?”

“We’re taking another route. There’s something I want to show you.”

They wound through the wooded area and emerged into the sun. More gardens and wild patches ranged for as far as she could see. “This is all Mr. Blackwell’s?”

“It is.”

“He must love the outdoors.”

Rhys didn’t say anything, just guided her down another path through shrubs and flower beds bursting with reds and pinks and purples. They seemed to be edging back toward the house, though she couldn’t see it through the trees.

“Here we are,” Rhys said.

They stepped into a small clearing still wild with clover and pretty little wild flowers scattered through the grass. As they stepped closer, she could see the ring of stones and the unhurried flight of ten…no, twenty, maybe even thirty…different butterflies.

“It’s beautiful,” she said.

“I built it thinking someday my kids could come here and play. These flowers are designed to attract butterflies, and we’ve done other things as well to make this a sort of butterfly refuge.”

She took a few steps closer. Butterflies flew all around her.

“I would think, wherever your little baby went, it might be something like this.”

Sophie blinked back tears. She’d often wondered about where her child had gone. “Thank you.”

Rhys put his arms around her again and kissed the top of her head. They stood like that for a while and eventually, a butterfly landed on one of Rhys’ arms. It flapped its wings lazily not far from Sophie’s face.

She’d never been anyplace that felt so peaceful. This is exactly where she’d have wanted her child to have gone.

Sophie rubbed her cheek against Rhys’ arm. “Thank you,” she said again.

Quietly, without talking about it, they disentangled themselves and left the butterflies. Rhys took her down a different path that led back into the forest.

“You can go there anytime,” he said at length.

“I think I will.”

He walked her all the way to the kitchen door before wandering back into the garden. She still thought she needed to avoid a relationship with him. But was she making a big mistake in pushing him away?

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Captive Heart – Adriana Hunter (NYT/USAT). Lainey Matthews will stop at nothing to rescue her brother, even if it means contacting a dangerous mercenary with a shady past. But when she comes face to face with Gideon Wolfe, it doesn’t take long before she has to wonder whether she might be the one that needs saving…from him.

Alpha Marked #1: Scarlet – Celia Kyle (NYT/USAT). Thirty and single? Well, getcha ass to the Gathering! As if hitting thirty wasn’t enough, unmated Scarlet is summoned to this year’s Gathering. Marked to mate an Alpha pair, she can only find happiness with two werewolves. Which means werewolf speed dating. Great.

Curvy, Crazy, and Confused – Ava Catori (NYT/USAT). Samantha finds her uptight neighbor boring. Christopher thinks she is loud and annoying. Being trapped in an elevator together should be their worst nightmare. So why can’t Sam stop thinking about him, and why is the claustrophobic Chris more than ready for another elevator ride with the plush beauty?

The Reluctant Billionaire – Danielle Duncan. After a failed affair with a billionaire, Sophie swears off workplace romance and takes a job as another rich man’s chef. Then she falls hard for Rhys, mistaking him for a mere gardener. Can love survive his secret, her ex-lover and a lawsuit that threatens everything?

Bought by the Billionaire Brothers – Alexx Andria (NYT/USAT). Twins Nolan and Vince hatch an indecent plan to put accountant Penny McDaniels in their bed at any cost. Soon enough, their feelings for Penny go beyond the physical, but they never imagined their older brother Dillon would return home and threaten everything in their world.CrazyAboutCurvesBox800

Bikini Curves – Charlotte Summers. Rescued from drowning, layout artist Maddy Davis never expected her hero to be womanizing actor Alex Stone or for the event to be aired live on TV. Now she’s part of a PR stunt to save his tarnished reputation. But how much of Alex’s interest is a role and how much is real?

Ripped – Olivia Rigal (USAT). Lyv wants a life far removed from her dysfunctional family and the diner they own, especially now that Ten, her best friend and lifeline to normality, is spending a semester in Europe. What she gets is an absent rock-star baby daddy and one helluva choice to make – unless it’s ripped from her first.

Curve Contract – Christa Wick (NYT/USAT). Cheated by her PR firm’s CPA, Pippa Jones is about to lose everything – until billionaire Blake Cross offers to fix both their problems with a fake marriage. But with Blake worshipping her body 24/7, the cost of saving her firm just might be a broken heart.

Something True – Malia Mallory (NYT/USAT). Irish superstar Liam Smith is in trouble with the law – again – and must perform community service. A music charity that entertains hospitalized kids seems like the perfect fit, especially since its director Shelley Taylor is as curvy as his favorite guitar and he wants to play her.

Laid Bear: The Kodiak Clan – Marina Maddix (NYT/USAT). After six years a widow, bear shifter Veronica Muir falls in love, with a human. Her secret might be the one thing marine biologist Jess Slade can’t accept – if a group of human-hating werebears doesn’t rip the couple apart before he can even decide.

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Evading Nevah


Two wayward souls from opposite sides of an intergalactic war find each other against all odds.

Captain Alara Nadrin leads an Alliance warship in battle. Above all else, the Alliance prizes military prowess, duty, and following orders. And Alara wants more than anything to make her father, the Admiral, proud of her but struggles when her conscience and her orders conflict.

Zarik of Thallor leads a refugee ship while carrying a holy relic to safety. His plans fall apart when Alara’s warship captures them, putting his people, his family and the relic in danger. He’ll do anything to protect them.

With war at stake, can Alara and Zarik choose love?

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It seemed like hours passed. Zarik and Kessa put vids on for the children and tried not to fidget. Then the door opened to reveal two guards.

“We’re supposed to take you to the captain,” one said.

Zarik hurriedly followed them.

When the guards brought Zarik onto the bridge, he felt overwhelmed with the size. It dwarfed the bridge of the DLS Vize. Directly ahead of the door he’d been brought through, a ramp wound down to a lower area where roughly fifteen crew members sat before screens filled with blinking lights. All of them wore purple implants beneath their left ear that pulsed as their brains interfaced directly with the ship’s computer.

The guards led him to the side, up another ramp that led onto a large foredeck. The captain’s chair sat empty near the middle in front of a wall of screens. Along the sides of the ramp, an additional twenty crew members—ten on each side—sat in front of screens. As they walked by, Zarik saw three dimensions. Holographic images floated in front of a physical screen behind them. The crew manipulated the images and screen with both their brains and hands, plucking at the lighted holograms like a child might pull at the wings of a butterfly.

The bridge was so big he almost didn’t see the tiny woman on the foredeck. Her crisp uniform attempted to hide her female curves. That was the idea, of course. Rindarins were supposed to be androgynous. That’s why she’d pulled her dark hair into a tight ponytail that hung down her back.

The guards stopped next to the woman and she finally turned to look at them. Her deep brown eyes nearly filled her face but he didn’t miss the firm jaw and steady gaze. If he’d been anyplace else, he’d be interested. As it was, it was a damn shame such an attractive woman was wasted as a Rindarin.

“The prisoner, ma’am,” said one guard.

“I’m Captain Nadrin,” she said. “You wanted to speak with me?”

“Yes. I’m Zarik of Thallor, and I’m in charge of the refugees on the Vize.”

“I’m aware of who you are.”

He had decided to start off with a more conciliatory tone, rather than accusing her. “Your ensign indicated you’re concerned about combatants being smuggled on our ship. What can we do to assure you that everyone on board is a refugee, so you’ll let us go on our way?”

“My orders are to deliver all of you to a refugee camp, so it shouldn’t matter one way or the other.”

Zarik stiffened. “An Alliance refugee camp.”


He fought to keep his voice steady. “Do you know what happens in those camps? Have you ever been to one? Pirates attack as soon as the Alliance ships leave. They kill the men, rape the women, and force the children into their crews. You can’t send my people there.”

Something crossed her face—revulsion, horror, scorn. He wasn’t sure which. She yanked at the bottom of her jacket. “The Alliance wouldn’t do that.”

“You already have. I’ve seen it. Have you no compassion? No conscience? The people on this ship are all refugees. No combatants. By the Concord the Alliance agreed to, you have no right to detain us, much less force us to go to one of your internment camps.” He leaned forward. “No right to sentence us to torture and death.”

“Sentence you to torture and death? As though you haven’t done the same to my people?”

“Not to civilians!”

Now she did sneer. “I know the lie in your words.” She motioned to his guards. “Take him back to his ship.”

“Captain,” he said as they pulled him away. “Captain, please. Have mercy.”


“Mercy?” A flush of anger swept through Alara. Did the Dathars show mercy when her mother died in that refugee camp? No. So why should she? She stalked toward him. “This is war. Sending you to a sanctioned refugee camp instead of allowing you to take your smuggled combatants wherever the hell you please is prudence.” She made a slashing motion with her hand. “Get him off my bridge.”

“You’re killing us,” Zarik said. “There are children and babies on that ship. You’re killing them.”

She held herself still. Babies? If what he said about the camps were true, babies wouldn’t last long. And why would any combatant take a baby with them?

It didn’t matter. She had her orders. The guards pulled Zarik away as she turned back to her work. The closest camp would cost them two weeks of travel time. Two weeks of time while her ship sat on the sidelines.

She’d rather be fighting.

Damn that man. If he and his captain had been a little more circumspect, she never would have found them and wouldn’t be in this mess—losing time, questioning orders.