Category: J.S. Wood

Off the Grid by J.S. Wood

Quinn Green has packed up herself and her daughter to go live in the mountains of Colorado.

While she's excited for this adventure for them, she isn't expecting it to be so much work. Or to have to call on help so soon.

Graham Trevors is an Army veteran who now makes his living fixing other peoples problems, house problems that is. Traveling around as a handyman in a small farm town isn't all that exciting, until he gets an inquiry from someone new.

The moment Graham meets Quinn Green is the moment his life changes forever. Through fun times and rough times, these two grow closer as the months pass, then, when one oversteps, the other backs away.

But they won't let that stop them from a happily ever after... right?

Off The Grid is Book 1 in the Average Gents series and is an interconnected standalone. Always a happily ever after.

 

Follow My Lead by J.S. Wood

FBI Agent Gemma James is on the brink of a big promotion.
Which means taking each and every case her boss throws at her.

When a string of young women start to show up dead, she’s thrown into a blast from the past when the link to the killer comes in the form of her ex-husband.

Seeing Caleb Walker again is like being thrown into a time warp of memories and emotions, ones she’s unsure what to do with.

Nothing will stop her from solving the case and stopping the killer who is prowling their once safe streets. However, her focus is divided between her career and the only man she’s ever loved.

The question is, can she stop the killer and fix the mess that is her heart?

Follow My Lead is book 3 in The Anti-Love Agents Series, a second-chance romance between an ex-husband and wife, a rockstar romance, and yes, my guy is a nice one. Sit down, strap in, and get ready for a wild ride.

 

Kickstart by J.S. Wood

I am a man destined to be in love.

I’ve got a whole lot of it to give and yet, no one to give it to.

That is, until I set eyes on a green-eyed beauty, sipping a beer in a bar named Dick’s.

Her entire being says don’t come near me with her wild sexy hair, her dirt splattered riding gear and her invisible middle finger.

But as I said, I am a man destined to be in love.

And I just set my sights on her.

 

J.S. Wood's Kickstart is a captivating, swoon-worthy and humorous contemporary romance written in K. Bromberg’s Driven Worlds project.

 

Got Your Six by J.S. Wood

Going home was definitely the last thing on my to-do list. I left my hometown with too many ends untied and now, years later, I had no idea how to fix any of it.

Leaving gave me the chance to breathe and gain perspective on my past. It gave me a chance to make a better life where I dedicated myself to helping others. But I hadn’t helped the ones that truly mattered, the ones I’d left behind.

It was time to start.

Back home, in the town I fought so hard to leave, I find myself scraping together apologies, mending mistakes, and attempting to move forward in the best way I know how.

It isn’t until I’m home that I find a piece of myself I didn’t even know was missing. A piece that had been so integral to my existence before I up and abandoned her.

It was time I made it right. It was time to make Delaney Torrez mine.

 

Shift (The Driven World) by J.S. Wood

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J.S. Wood’s Shift is a humorous, swoon-worthy, contemporary romance written in K. Bromberg’s Driven Worlds project.

Wyatt Price is my boss.

As one of the top sports agents in the industry, he’s arrogant, egotistical, and stubborn.

My favorite pastime is to see just how far I can push him with my quick wit and sarcastic attitude before he breaks.

Don't get me wrong, I'm a damn fine employee. However, pushing him gives me just enough delight to not set the whole place on fire and run screaming.

Cameron Hayes is my assistant.

My ridiculous, sarcastic, pain in my side assistant.

If she wasn't so good at her job, I would've fired her years ago... then I would have taken her home and shown her how much I actually liked it. And her.

But... I can't cross that line. Crossing it could mean losing her. And I'd rather suffer in silence then see her walk away.

J.S. Wood’s Shift is a humorous, swoon-worthy, contemporary romance written in K. Bromberg’s Driven Worlds project.