Holding Out for a Hero? Here are 10 Just for You!
We know we can save ourselves, but sometimes it’s nice to let someone else do the heavy lifting for a while. If you’re holding out for a hero and ready to be swept off your feet, here are ten alpha men that have all the qualities we’re looking for in a Harlequin hero. From tall, dark and ridiculously rich to brave, bold and sexy, if you’re looking for a romantic read featuring a strong, capable, sensitive and charming protagonist, we’ve got you covered.
The Billionaire’s Legacy (Billionaire’s & Babies) by Reese Ryan
Tech billionaire Benjamin Bennett can’t resist a steamy weekend with Sloane Sutton but when he tracks her down, she’s pregnant—with twins! Now their fling needs trust to survive. Benji wants a wedding; his family claims she’s a gold digger. But Sloane won’t be bought—or married. Can they find common ground and a shot at forever?
The Captain’s Vegas Vows (American Heroes) by Caro Carson
They have ninety days before the state of Texas will grant these strangers a divorce from their impetuous Vegas wedding. Captain Helen Pallas is certain she’s not cut out for marriage. And Captain Tom Cross doesn’t believe in love. Yet working in the same unit Helen and Tom know the attraction is real.
The Rancher’s Christmas Promise (Return to the Double C) by Allison Leigh
Rancher Ryder Wilson’s world turns upside down when he discovers that his late estranged wife left a baby on a stranger’s doorstep—his baby. Local lawyer Greer Templeton is there to help, and it’s enough to make Ryder propose a marriage of convenience. But does love factor into his Christmas promise?
Seduced by a Scot (The Highland Grooms) by Julia London
When a prominent family faces a major scandal weeks before their daughter’s wedding, they turn in desperation to fixer Nichol Bain—and he understands the issue immediately. The family’s ward, Maura Darby, has caught the wandering eye of the groom. Nichol escorts Maura toward an aging bachelor for her to marry, but Maura has no interest in marrying a stranger, especially when her handsome traveling companion has captivated her so completely.
Christmas Hideout (McKade Law) by Susan Sleeman
Fleeing from her dangerous ex-boyfriend, on-the-run single mother Nicole Dyer takes refuge in a cabin—and is discovered by the ranch owner, Deputy Matt McKade. It’s easy to fall for the handsome lawman and his kind family, but staying at the ranch endangers them all. When everything Nicole loves comes under direct fire, can Matt keep her—and her heart—safe?
Code Wolf by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Seattle detective and alpha werewolf Derek Miller and Riley Price bond instantly—a connection that entails enormous risk, for he must keep the existence of his kind secret at all costs. But the forces of darkness have Riley in their sights. Now Derek must choose between the Were code of silence and saving the woman who’s set him on fire.
Rescued by the Firefighter (Shores of Indian Lake) by Catherine Lanigan
Firefighter Rand Nelson is tall and handsome and has literally walked through an inferno for Beatrice Wilcox. He’s a hero—and that’s exactly the problem. Beatrice knows all too well the risks of loving a man with a dangerous career. But when Rand’s report threatens her beloved children’s camp, Beatrice can’t refuse his offer of help, even though she knows they’re both playing with fire.
Winning Her Holiday Love (Bay Point Confessions) by Harmony Evans
Mariella Vency never dreamed her son’s favorite soccer star would become his team’s temporary coach. Nor did she anticipate the playboy melting her guarded heart. Sam Kelly is everything a single mom could want—successful, charismatic and completely off-limits. She can’t fall in bed—or in love—with a man soon leaving town. Will Sam surprise her and make their yuletide fling more permanent?
Wyoming Cowboy Protection (Carsons & Delaneys) by Nicole Helm
Noah Carson did not plan to have a woman and a baby under his roof. But his new housekeeper is in danger, and the solitary Wyoming rancher will do whatever it takes to protect Addie Foster and her nephew. He doesn’t know who she’s running from but what he does know is the longer Addie and Seth stay, the more Noah believes that they belong there—with him.
Delta Force Defender (Red, White and Built: Pumped Up) by Carol Ericson
Cam Sutton will go to any length to prove his Delta Force mentor isn’t a terrorist—even bully the CIA into giving him damning emails. CIA translator Martha Drake already knows the evidence is fishy, and it’s somehow connected to the recent attempts on her life. Soon the strong, capable soldier is her protector and inciting a passion neither can deny. But will Cam still want to be her teammate once the real traitors are brought to justice?
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