She has a fiancé, and he has a girlfriend. Relationships that might have been broken even before Allie March became Dean Freeman's roommate. The more they try to ignore their sexual tension, the bigger the issues they face. All that, on top of the strange phone number that keeps harassing Allie, and the prankster who continues pushing Dean to his limits. *A note from the wannabe author: Please don't spoil the ending in the comments. Meaning, don't go reading the book and post "predictions" to make yourself look smart. As a fellow reader, that sucks.
To protect her inheritance amidst a coronavirus pandemic, Pudica begs Oliver Darling, a stranger, to marry her from a hospital bed. As misfortunes force them to stay together, she realizes she is falling in love. But if the innocent girl can't escape from the Cuban mafia, finding happiness in the apocalypse will be impossible. To keep his employees from becoming homeless, Oliver Darling agrees to marry Pudica with the promise she'll pay off his business' debt. In a quest for love, he lies to Pudica about an impossible divorce and decides to stay married. Though a pandemic and Pudica's Cuban family might not agree with their union, he will travel to the end of the world if he has to, in order to keep his wife.
Allie Freeman finds her husband of two years, Dean Freeman, in bed with his ex-girlfriend. Although her eyes see them naked, she wants to give the father of her children the benefit of the doubt. But Dean not only confirms that he doesn't love Allie anymore, he also takes everything from her—her company, her children, her life. And it's not enough for him to see his ex-wife hit rock bottom: he will ensure no other man gets close to her, even if he has to do the unthinkable.
After a one night stand in Avery Five, Alexander gets Sadie pregnant, but Sadie is neither fertile nor human. Now they must choose to either be punished by the Human Federation, or join forces with a terrorist group. But they might get the help they need from the most unlikely source: Sadie's pleasure android, whose manufacturer might have programmed him to do more than having s'exual relations with humans.