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Lacey can’t believe her younger stepbrother, Daren, is leaving in the fall to join the Navy. Who is she going to argue with? Whose shoulder is she going to cry on when he’s gone?
Since their parents married ten years ago, the stepsiblings have been the best of frenemies, and she doesn’t quite know what she’s going to do without him. private summer swim turns into something forbidden neither of them could have expected, but both of them secretly hoped for…
Stepbrother Studs: Dustin
(previously published as Camping Brats and Under the Stars)
Sissy and her stepbrother, Dustin, are both in college now and their parents are finally letting them plan a trip to the family’s cabin on their own.
But when it turns out that Sissy’s boyfriend bails on her for the umpteenth time, and Dustin’s on-again off-again girlfriend gets sick and can’t go, the siblings end up dangerously alone.
This gives both of them an opportunity to reveal some taboo truths and forbidden fantasies they’ve kept secret from each other.
For Sissy and Dustin, things are about to get real.
Faye doesn’t get it. Her older stepbrother, Evan, has always been her best friend and confidante, but now he doesn’t seem to want her around anymore.
No, it’s worse than that. Evan’s changed. He’s keeping secrets. Hiding things from her. But the more he pushes her away, the more curious she becomes, until she discovers just exactly what Evan’s been doing—and why. Now Faye understands. Her stepbrother thinks he’s broken, a monster, and has been trying to keep them both from making a horrible mistake. But Evan’s plans to make her hate him have failed. Miserably. And his little stepsister is about to prove it to him…
Molly’s handsome stepbrother, Finn, has called her Pita—short for pain in the as$—for so long, she’s almost forgotten her own name.
And, she has to admit, she’s mostly lived up to it, because Finn is a typical, know-it-all, overprotective older stepbrother who thinks he always knows what’s best for her.
But when she finds his journal and reads the secrets he’s been keeping, she suddenly has a decision to make.
Can she make Finn realize that, this time, his little stepsister knows what’s best? For once, she knows what she wants—and now she knows he wants it too.
Does she have the courage to push him to his limits?