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Desperate to earn some money for his family, Captain Adam Bershov hires a motley group of shifters to crew a piece of crap trawler called the Night Shift out of Dutch Harbor, Alaska. If he can get them to stop fighting amongst themselves and stop acting the immature idiots, maybe they could get some crabbin’ done. They all need the cash, all for different, but unselfish, reasons. But six greenhorn alpha males on one boat doesn’t a crew make.

Enter Amelia (Millie) Wheeler, hired to help get the crew’s act together. Unbeknownst to Adam, of course. They barely have enough money to feed the boys, let alone another addition to the crew. But Millie is desperate to stay for her own reasons. Leaving isn’t an option, so she digs in and gets the boys in line.

The growing attraction between Adam and Millie makes it easy to work together to make the Night Shift successful. But unexpected incidents of sabotage could jeopardize all they are working for, including their budding romance.


Sexy. Passionate. Fierce.

Irish rugby star, Padraig O’Neale, has fecked up his life and is one angry man. When caught using a banned substance for his back pain, Padraig is excused from both his provincial club and the Irish International team. Right before World Cup selection. Out of choices, his agent convinces Padraig to play for a small American club in Michigan. Just until things settle down. But when Coach asks the team physical therapist, Gillian Sommersby, to help the newest Blues player with his issues, Padraig finds himself trying every wacky treatment out there from stinky salves to music to yoga. Like her therapies, the therapist herself is a bit…odd. The cute college grad in Converse and glasses doesn’t seem all that impressed with Padraig’s celebrity status, nor gives a shite about his excuses. As it turns out, she might be exactly what he needs…

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