Category: Brooke Cumberland

Pushing the Limits by Brooke Cumberland

A forbidden and angsty stand-alone romance from USA Today bestselling author Brooke Cumberland about an art student who falls for her off-limits art professor…

He’s my art professor.
I’m his student.
With an electric connection and undeniable chemistry, I know it won’t be long until one of us cracks.

When the opportunity arose to pose nude for a life drawing workshop, I couldn’t help the thrill of knowing he’d be watching. While everyone else looked past me with their eyes narrowed and concentrated, drawing only the lines and angles of my body, he saw right through me down to my vulnerability.

Professor Hampton looked at me like he wanted to do more than look at me.
He saw more than just the physical aspects—he saw me.

How do we keep our distance when everything pulls us together?
What feels so right can only go wrong if we keep pushing the limits.

 

*Pushing the Limits is a stand-alone novel and recommended for ages 18+ for mature content. This book has mentions of sensitive topics: suicide, death of a sibling, mental health (anxiety and panic attacks), off-page self harm, and grief. This is a forbidden romance between a student and professor who are both legal and consenting adults. Please read with caution.*

 

My Week with the Bad Boy (My Week, #1) by Brooke Cumberland & Lyra Parish

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Never trust a man who answers the front door wearing nothing more than a pair of low-cut jeans and a panty-melting smirk.

That should’ve been my first sign.

I write about guys just like him for a living—sexy and charming, yet reluctant to get into a serious relationship. His body screams sex appeal, but his condescending personality makes him a classic fuckboy. 

And I want nothing to do with that.

Writing romance novels comes with its perks—traveling, meeting new people, creating characters from the voices in my head—but Ethan Rochester enters my life and rearranges all my preconceived notions about writing what inspires you. 

One week is all it took. One week to realize that not everything is as it seems.

One week with the bad boy, and I wanted more.