Edric Kensington promised himself that he would never be close to anyone outside of his family. Ellie Kent promised herself that she would always do what she thought was right no matter what. Cassie Kent promised herself that she would never date a married man. Sometimes promises get broken. Sometimes feelings get hurt. Sometimes friendships collapse. Sometimes standards slip. And yet, sometimes people overcome their flaws and find love.A Sibling’s Dilemma is a contemporary romance novel that revolves around two sisters: Cassie and Ellie Kent. Cassie is a private detective and Ellie is a recent college graduate. Cassie is hired by Charlie Logan, the CEO of a company specializing in virtual reality games, to spy on Charlie’s greatest professional rival—Edric Kensington. This is no easy task--Edric Kensington is known for being as cold and guarded as he is handsome. To successfully infiltrate Edric’s company, Cassie needs to have an insider work there. Her shy-and-sweet sister, Ellie, is the perfect fit. When Ellie first works for Edric’s company, she is afraid of the cold and aloof CEO, but, over time, she develops romantic feelings for him, just like Cassie develops feelings for Charlie Logan. The two sisters become torn between their friendship with each other and the feelings that they harbor for the handsome CEOs who have stolen their hearts.
Mel Jones has it all: beauty, brains, a job where she makes a ton of money, and dozens of admirers. But, unfortunately for her, she has a deep, dark secret. And, unfortunately for those around her, she has a legendarily short temper and an uncanny ability to make absolutely awful decisions.Somehow, she winds up in the middle of the Goodard’s family drama when Harriet Goodard, her boss’s spoiled, rambunctious, and entitled socialite teenage daughter, becomes her intern for the summer. To make matters worse, her supervisor’s in love with her and won’t stop trying to woo her, even though he’s annoying and, in her opinion, a little mentally unhinged. The cherry on top of it all? Her first work assignment involves writing up a contract with a company that may or may not be drug front associated with the mob. When she tries to tell the CEO about all this, he dismisses her concerns and accuses her of trying to hurt his teenage daughter. Will she be able to survive her new job, navigate the boss’s family drama, and keep her sanity? Even she doesn’t know the answer to that one…Mel and the Mob was previously published as Fortune Favors the Bold under the pseudonym “Annabelle Coggsworth.”