Found by You
He’s a rising athlete, untouchable…
Except when it comes to her.
When I step out on that court, I don’t think about the game.
I think about everything, every minute detail and what I need to do to ensure I bring it each and every time I’m out there. It’s mere science to me, but this girl Roxie? That’s another story.
She runs from me every chance she gets, she’s the hare and I the wolf. I haven’t had to work for much since basketball and she keeps me on my toes. What’s wild is she’s always been there. We live in the same building and once on her trajectory, I physically can’t stay away and I don’t try. I keep her and make her mine.
No matter how much I probably shouldn’t for us both.
Found by You is book one in a new adult contemporary romance series by Victoria H. Smith.
Loved by You
Ballers meets Basketball Wives in this steamy, new adult sports romance!
She came with me to Miami, my ring on her finger and nothing feels better than this woman by my side. Roxie’s planning our wedding, but I’m fully involved and will only stand by her during this transition into our new lives.
I’m well aware of what she’s given up to be here with me, an entire other life, and any sacrifices I’ve made are none compared to that. This woman is made for me and me for her, and if we can get through what we dealt with in college, I think we’ll be golden here. Parties, groupies, and paparazzi all come with the territory of being a professional athlete and I’m up for the challenge. I’ll protect her. I have to. I refuse to lose her to this world I brought us into and we can get through this together.
I don’t know what I’ll do if we can’t.
Loved by You is book two in the new adult contemporary romance series Found by You.
He’s a wanderer battling his own demons… She’s the woman he saves along the way.
I hear her screaming. That’s all I remember.
I simply act after that, bust down the door and what I find sends me right into punches, a red haze of fury I can’t see past until the job is done. The filth is on the floor, the assailant bloody and beaten, and at his feet, the girl he almost stole everything from.
She’s scared at first, naturally, but then she trusts me, becomes my companion through miles upon miles of road and, eventually, a confidant. I feel like she’s almost running with me, than to California where she actually wants to go. I know I’ve been running for a long time, from family, explanations. I have my own reasons, but I don’t know hers—Alexa. She’s keeping just as much from me as I am from her and I have a feeling…
Her reasons may be way worse than mine.
Brody is a full-length standalone, but is also book thee in the new adult contemporary romance series Found by You.
She’s the head of security. Can this bad boy athlete strip away her layers?
When Diondre walks into my club he obviously feels like he owns the place. I find him between not one, but two women and no one gets away with such things. I toss him out, no thoughts about it.
But then he finds me.
He finds me in a place of vulnerability. Not succumbing to his charms is harder than I anticipate and that has nothing to do with his celebrity and fame. I deal with the famous all the time. I deal with people all the time, but Diondre is different. He stokes something in me that hasn’t been lit in a long time, because I don’t allow it. Like I said, I deal with people.
I don’t fall for them.
Enthrall is a 30,000-word, short standalone, but is also book four in the new adult contemporary romance series Found by You.
Cherished by You
The baller gets his baby.
She’s carrying my baby and life can’t get any better.
The dust has settled around Roxie and I. We’ve matured together, grown together and now, we’re ready for that next step.
Expecting parents, we got this like we’ve handled everything else. My past won’t dictate my future or the father I plan to be. As I look toward a means to ensure that I see Roxie doing her own self-discovery.
Her past has suddenly come for her in new ways, but she’s a fighter. She’s come a long way and nothing can break this woman who’s hung in there through my crazy life. She’s always been there for me and me for her, but this new thing will be difficult for us both.
Can we overcome it all yet again?
Cherished by you acts as a short finale to Roxie & Griffin’s story and is book five in the Found by You series.
A billionaire. A baby. A second chance he never saw coming.
When I applied to medical school, I never thought I’d be paying the bill by becoming a surrogate. I suppose a girl has to do what she has to do in the end, so I decided to intercept Uncle Sam before he could come for me. Funny enough, it’s surprisingly easy to find willing participants. I answered an ad and the guy showed up at the coffeehouse we agreed to meet at. He showed up frickin’… beautiful and with brown eyes that tightened my tummy in ways they probably shouldn’t have. He looks familiar to me. Like I’ve seen him on the news or in the paper or something.
And the last thing I should be doing is falling for the guy whose baby I volunteered to carry.
She’s obviously here for someone else, agreed to meet someone else. About a baby? She wants to carry… my baby? Oddly, before the moment I met this woman the thought had never really crossed my mind. I suppose the idea never had time to form considering I’ve just been cleared of cancer. I get the news right before I meet her. I meet her and everything changes. I want a baby. I want another chance to lead a fulfilling life and I want… her.
But how can I have them both?
Baby, Baby is a standalone contemporary romance by Victoria H. Smith.
Baby It’s Cold Out There
A log cabin. A steamy tryst. Two people in need of escape.
I come to Aspen to get away. I need to get away. My ex Christine is a true pill and has no problem showing me her capabilities when she announces her engagement to another man at my brother’s wedding. She lets me know exactly why she cheated on me once again and I just need something, anything to take this pain away. That’s how this all starts with the girl I meet in Aspen, but she was never just a one off and now that I’ve had her…
How can I let her go?
My ex is a dick, an epic one and despite the urge to curl up with a tub of Häagen-Dazs and a chick flick, I give into my friend pushing this Aspen trip on me. I meet a guy there. I lose myself there, and though I don’t know him, I need him. I need the feeling of him, but it goes beyond that. My heart longs for Asa far beyond the urges of my body, but it can’t. We only have this short excursion together.
How can anything else beyond that work?
Baby, it’s Cold Out there is the 19,000-word prequel to Baby, Be Mine, a full length novel releasing in 2018.
The Space Between
Drake’s a playboy. Lacey’s a good girl. He’s determined to make her his.
When I first see her, she’s on stage, curvy, beautiful and with a voice that nearly sings me to my knees. Little more than a day later, I’m basically told I can’t have her. She works for my family. She works for me and she’s off limits.
I’ve never been one for rules.
He’s not in the plan. Hell, I’ve been given so many roadblocks in my life my entire existence seems like a constant obstacle. I need this job. My mom needs me to have this job. Her medical bills are piling up and without her care, I might lose her. I’ll do whatever it takes to stop that from happening, even put my dreams of being a singer on hold.
Drake’s been the first one to make me reevaluate my plan, my life and what I’m willing to fight for. He makes me wish for alternatives I’ve never dreamed of having.
And he’s the first sacrifice I truly don’t want to let go.
The Space Between is book one of a new adult, coming-of-age series by Victoria H. Smith.
The Dividing Line
The Windy City couldn’t tame their fire. Will the City of Love continue to stoke the flame?
I follow her to Paris. Yeah, this guy who couldn’t give two sh*ts about anyone but himself not long ago. I go to France for her. I love her and want nothing more than for her to live out her dreams. Her undying happiness I feel every moment she’s here, but with the opportunities in her life moving her forward, I find myself looking into the past. It’s a past before her.
It’s a past that haunts me.
I see it in his eyes every day, the sacrifices he’s made. He’s stuck by me through everything, my mom… Paris and I don’t see much of that playboy I met in Chicago anymore.
The things is he’s changing in another way now and I see that too no matter how much he tries to hide that from me. His heart longs for something beyond me and my heart reaches for something too, somewhere completely in the opposite direction of who we’ve become and I think, between the two of us, we both get lost.
Can we manage to find our way back?
The Dividing Line is book two in a new adult, coming-of-age romance by Victoria H. Smith.
He’s searching for something. She’s there to help him find it. Will the journey bring them closer together?
It’s his story now and I’m honored to tell it. Drake and I have grown so much as a couple, but the man he’s become has truly captured my breath. He’s someone I deeply admire and deserves as much of the world as he has helped me find for myself. It’s his time to find what he needs, and he will.
We’ll make sure of that together.
Drake’s Destiny is a 21,000-word short read and acts as the conclusion to Victoria H. Smith’s The Space Between Series.
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He’s rough and raw. She’s got one wild imagination.
When my new neighbor moves in across the street, I truly don’t get my cul-de-sac’s fascination with him. Sebastian Lucas has both women—and men—falling out their windows to catch a peek at him, but besides a set of rock hard abs and thighs the size of tree trunks, I just don’t get it.
But then I meet him.
I meet him and he awakens something in me I’ve only read about in my fiction dramas. He’s visceral, intense, and though he leaves much to wonder about himself, he has me yearning for more.
He explores my body in ways that make me feel nearly dirty, and just as my heart starts to open for him, he snatches the connection we quickly develop away. Who is the man whose bed I visited repeatedly over the course of several days?
And why does it seem like he’s urging me to stay away?
The Neighbor is a 19,000-word, thriller romance from Victoria H. Smith.
Note from the author: This title was previously a part of the “Breaking Bad: 14 Tales of Lawless Love” boxed set. It was titled ONE HIT then and no major content has changed. Thank you.
A deliciously sexy spin on rockstar meets regular girl. What could go wrong, right?
So, one day Mr. Sexy decides to walk into my record store. He’s got tattoos, rocks a physique that would trigger any old lady to clutch her pearls, and naturally, I try to sell him something…
I know what you’re thinking. Really, Harley? But honestly, that entire evening and the days that follow become a haze for me.
You see, I have no idea who he is until I do. I have to be told he’s an international celebrity, a rapper, and people idolize him all over the world.
They love him like he does me.
The world, his world of flashing lights and flame, don’t want us together and he wants us both to tell them all to screw themselves. He wants to fight for me.
Should I let him?
Sugar Love is a new adult, rom-com, which can be read and enjoyed as a standalone.
His Sweetest Song
A single dad seeking a fresh start. A woman, a house, and the town that never truly left her.
After I receive word of an inheritance, I end up back in Kansas, red bottom heels and all to take ownership of a house and property I haven’t set foot on in over a decade. My aunt Josephine chose me, the last of her living relatives, and now I’m left to discover what she wants done with her legacy. It’s a feat I’m willing to take on.
But the man I find in her bathroom is another story.
Grayden claims to be a handyman, previous help to my aunt in his well-worn jeans and smart attitude and as it turns out, he has a daughter who wants even less to do with me than I do with her father. She says absolutely nothing to me—zero words, which only slightly surpasses her elusive dad.
The man known as Gray is guarded beyond anything else. He’s cold and I’m left wondering the reasons why. How did a man like that come to be such an important element to my late aunt’s life?
And why did my aunt Jo leave him, this house, and this town for me?
His Sweetest Song is a standalone contemporary romance by Victoria H. Smith. If you like emotionally-charged romances set in small towns, this 78,000 word novel featuring a single dad looking for a second chance at love and the city-girl he attempts to wrangle is for you!