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Cocky Hero Club is an all new world inspired by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward's blockbuster New York Times bestselling series of standalones that all began with the smash hit Cocky Bastard. Check out all our books at http://www.cockyheroclub.com/home-1.html
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I believe in love. Or I did until my husband died.
Now, I believe in surviving this world without him.
I have a plan mapped out for the rest of my life, and it doesn’t involve a man. I’ve been down that road, and I’m not willing to risk my heart again.
Not even for the devastatingly handsome and charming Dr. Keegan Russo, who also happens to be one hell of a kisser.
My head has plans, but what happens when my heart can’t say no?
Hot as hell sex with no strings attached. That’s my credo.
It works, too, until she walks into my office.
Calliope. A young widow with totally different priorities than me.
There’s no future for us, but I can’t stay away, either.
For the first time, I want something complicated and messy, and I want it with her.
But that means breaking the promise I made her on the day we met.
Tucker Royal was born cocky.
Tall, bearded, and rock star handsome, he is only looking to order two coffees to-go when he walks into Peace Café.
Instead, Tucker leaves with a pocket-rocket spitfire in his arms, returning her safely to Temecula wine country after their meet-cute takes a turn for the worse.
Ophelia doesn’t date. She’s in a committed relationship, working on herself and her soon-to-be-open tiny house Airbnb business, the Fainting Goat Ranch.
Tucker wants a date.
There is a non-date in their future—which in no way gets classified as a date—an ambush is more like it, assisted by Ophelia’s cousin and his wife. It leads to Tucker bringing his secret weapon—his sisters—into play.
The more time spent in Tucker’s witty, banter-filled company, the more she could see the man underneath.
But Ophelia’s guarding a painful secret. In her eyes, love can only wreck you.
It’s a good thing for Ophelia that Tucker’s leaving for a ten-week vacation with his sisters. Things can get back to normal because Gwendoline, her boom box-loving, curvy Aussie BFF, arrives to keep her company and help her run the Airbnb.
Tucker’s vacation turns into a spontaneous secret mission, going off the grid, keeping communication open only with his trusted best friend, Shamus MacDougall.
Tucker finds creative ways to court Ophelia from afar, using his Scottish friends as allies—the Mighty MacDougalls—with hilarious results.
Until trouble comes Ophelia’s way.
Are they fated to be ships in the night, with Ophelia’s secret forever hidden, or can they find their way into each other’s arms, no matter the cost?
It didn’t start out as love. How could it when I vowed never to fall in love…
Reef Burton, the sexy blue-eyed football player, and his mates are definitely not ‘Losers’ yet writing it on a menu gave me reason to smile. Only it didn’t make it to the trash.
He returns to the restaurant where I work wearing his killer smile. I wasn’t to know those squiggly lines and arrows meant something. An offensive play his football team learned at an earlier training session. Coming here discussing the team plays over coffee helps… so he says.
He’ll see what I wrote. Apart from it being awkward the next time I serve him he could also report me to my boss.
I can’t lose my job when in hindsight I need two to pay all the bills rolling in, and to care for my invalid father.
I’m thankful he kept it as our secret.
Until he left me a note.
Responding will only lead to more trouble.
So when Mr Blue Eyes-Blond Surfy-Hair gives me one of his spine tingling looks, how can I resist?
*COCKY NOTES is set in Australia, and takes place before Cocky Bastard.
Just one problem. These winter storms have all the flights cancelled.
Luckily for me, I’m not the only person desperate to get to that wedding. Kirsten’s dad, whom I’ve never met, is waiting outside my apartment, willing to drive me across the country so neither of us miss the wedding.
By New York, I learn that Henry James is the smuggest British man I have ever met.
In Chicago, he makes me question every single life choice I’ve made.
It’s in Denver that we finally break the forbidden rules between us.
By the time we reach Vegas, my best friend may never want to speak to me again—because I’ve fallen head over heels for her dad.
Quitting my job and moving back to my hometown was the furthest thing from my mind. But when my best friend called with an offer I couldn’t refuse, I chucked my rude boss the duces and uprooted my life as quickly as possible.
As the new CFO of my bestie’s company, I am living the good life, which includes sharing his penthouse in a ritzy part of Charlotte, NC.
One short trip to the wine store had me returning with a red wine stain on my white outfit and an attitude. When the cocky man, who gave me both, shows up for my welcome home party, things get interesting.
Sexy and cocky, Max Shine the locally famous weatherman, is the life of the party. His dance moves have all the ladies standing in line for a chance. I hate him. So why do I want his mouth on me? Why do I want to fight the woman hanging on him? Then he opens his mouth and reminds me. Yep, I hate him.
Things go from chaotic to scorching hot when I run into my old crush, Miles Thatcher, on my way out of the building.
Talk about disastrous timing.
I haven’t seen him in years – seven to be exact.
Since the day we buried his sister – my best friend.
That was both the best and worst day of my life.
It was also the day Miles kissed me – and promptly forgot about me.
Some things never change. He still has no clue who I am.
Miles is no longer the boy I fell in love with.
Now he’s just a stuck-up big shot with a big bank account and bigger ego.
I wish I didn’t still have feelings for him but seeing him again only makes me want him more.
If only Miles would finally ‘see’ me.
A lot can happen in seven years, but time hasn’t erased the guilt he carries.
Underneath his fancy façade is a man who can’t get over the grief of losing his baby sister... or the regret of not being able to prevent it.
And I’m just the girl who can’t get over him.
Vincent doesn’t have time for yet another nameless, faceless assistant to drop the ball, so when his newest hire doesn’t show up, he decides to call and give her a piece of his mind.
Juniper just bought a used iPhone from a friend of a friend, when the opportunity of a lifetime rings. All she did is answer. And lie a little bit about who she is. Now, Juniper has a job that actually pays the bills, including her mother’s expensive cancer treatments.
When Vincent comes to the rescue of his new assistant, she breaks down his walls with her warmth and sweetness. He’s not sure what to do with these foreign emotions, but Juniper soothes the darkness he’s carried around for far too long.
These two are night and day, stormy and sunshine, beauty and beast, but their connection defies all logic. Will he still want to keep her after he finds out she lied to get the job?
At the age of forty, Sawyer is the only member yet to settle down. As the bachelor of Hades Outlaw MC, he enjoys living life his way—no strings attached. Sawyer feels his life is better uncomplicated by love and intends to keep it that way.
He has yet to meet a woman special enough to change his mind.
Until a compassionate, alluring, green-eyed nurse steals his heart and changes his mind with just one look.
From a young age, Elizabeth Hogue knew she would follow in her parent’s footsteps and enter the medical field. As a Hospice nurse, she comforts those transitioning from this life to the next.
While most twenty-five-year-old women are out at the club and partying with friends, Elizabeth prefers quiet evenings at home, curled up with a glass of wine and a good book.
Until she meets Sawyer Jackson. His smoldering grey eyes and devilish smile stop her in her tracks. Yet, it’s his Cajun accent and the slow seductive way in which he speaks her name that has her giving the cocky biker her number.
A deadly obsession soon turns their world upside down.
Frightened and alone with a madman, love becomes Elizabeth’s strength to stay alive.
In a race against time, Sawyer will stop at nothing to find the woman he loves and do whatever it takes to bring Elizabeth home.
I'm no stranger to heartache.
My unconventional desires come at a price, and that price was losing the one person I loved.
I never thought I could find a man and a woman who would complete me the way Gibson and Charis have.
But, nothing worth keeping comes easy.
The second I cross paths with Stone O'Leary, the electricity could spark a raging fire.
His sexy Irish accent doesn't hurt, either.
I only agreed to one night, and I never counted on running into him again - or the sexy blonde hanging on his arm.
He calls it fate—finding the two people who complete him.
I call it a mistake and try to run away as fast as possible.
But I can't keep my mind off either of them.
How can I resist the two men that want me?
The simple answer is, I can't.
When Stone and Gibson keep popping up in my life, I take it as a sign that maybe I can have it all.
Stone's all in. Gibson? He's going to take some convincing.
Our love story may be unconventional, but with a connection we have, anything's possible.
It is incredibly stupid to write this text while I’m drunk. But what’s the saying? No gain, no pain. Or, no pain, no shame... Whatever. You know what I mean. And let’s face it. There’s no way I would be doing this if I was stone-cold sober. But since I’m plastered? To hell with it.
I want you.
I know. Crazy, right? Not only am I your temporary roommate but I’m a chatty nurse from Providence with an impeccable bedside manner and secrets. You’re a broody, commitment-phobe sculptor from England who communicates in grunts and single syllables. Not to mention, you’re returning home in several weeks. And yet, from the moment you dragged me for being a Swiftie, I’ve wanted to climb you like my personal jungle gym.
There’s no future for us. I’m not even sure I like you half the time. But that doesn’t stop me from hungering for those same hands that bend and shape metal to bend and shape me. So in all my drunken glory, I guess what I’m trying to say is if you want me, I’m yours. For the next few weeks until you return across the pond and we resume our lives as before. No strings. No demands. No regrets.
So meet me in the kitchen where all this started.
It’s your decision.
Not that it matters. It’s not like I’m going to do something monumentally dumb like hit send on this text.
I fell in love when I was sixteen. Landon was my entire world and I thought he would be my forever. But I was young and dumb, and with one error in judgement, I destroyed any chance of a future we could’ve had together, along with our hearts.
Twelve years later and I’m going through the motions of life, but not actually living. Which is why I let my friends, Bridget and Simon, set me up on a blind date. Turns out, it’s not so blind after all. Because the man sitting in front of me is the same man who’s held onto my heart all these years.
They call me a Clutch Player because I’m good under pressure and quick on my feet. I was also quick to fall in love. The first time it was with baseball, the second was with Harper. And for a short time I had them both.
Until I lost Harper and all I had left was baseball.
For years, I focused on my career. I had accepted that baseball was my one true love.
Until I saw her again. I never imagined we’d ever get a second chance, but now that she’s sitting right across from me, I know there’s no way in hell I’m going to let her go again.
Meeting someone, much less having a relationship, is the most impossible mission of all.
There was someone... once. But she was looking for a white picket fence and I was headed for war.
Now, my years of service to my country are catching up with me and I’m ready for a change.
I just never expected that change to be Shannon, or that she would be in trouble.
The man in me can’t forget that damn kiss. The Marine in me is ready to protect her at all costs.
She might not want my help, but I’m not walking away this time.
Even if it won't have the ending either of us were looking for...