Casanova Club Books 16-20 – Ali Parker

The Casanova Club


Twelve men. One month with each of them. A ring at the end or $1M. Who will she choose? One of them or the money?


The woman I loved married another man. A cowboy. You gotta be kidding me.
I’m happy for Piper. At least I tell myself I am when I catch myself thinking about her.
Lucky for me, I have my own troubles keeping me busy. 
In the midst of dealing with all of the drama, I find myself drawn to the new girl at work.
She’s a bright ray of sunshine—but she’s off limits.
She’s my employee, nothing more. I don’t have time for romance, but her very presence draws me away from what’s appropriate and into lust like I’ve never felt before.
Guess love doesn’t give a rip about the right timing.


I’m ready to be over this woman.
Piper. The one I fell for during my time with the Casanova Club.
It seems that I can’t shake her loose no matter how hard I try.
My art and my work have been a welcome distraction but they’re not enough.
Until I meet the daughter of one of my old mentors and everything changes.
She’s an art student as talented as they come, but her pieces pale in comparison to her beauty.
I shouldn’t think like that. She’s off limits. And I don’t have anything to give anyway.
But she’s bringing me back to life. The sparks between us turn into red-hot flames.
Maybe what I felt for Piper wasn’t love at all.


My brother thinks I need fixing…
And a rehabilitation retreat in Montana will finally be the thing that does it. I’m only agreeing to go because I can’t let him down. Not again.
When Piper was in my life, she gave me the reprieve I needed to let down my walls and remember who I was without the alcohol or drugs.
But when she chose the cowboy and married him? I drowned myself in vodka. My oldest friend.
I don’t deserve my brother’s faith, and I definitely don’t deserve the radiant joy the beautiful yoga instructor shares with me at the facility I now call home.
Her positivity is almost annoying, but there’s something magnetic about her, too. She’s good to her core and it’s been a long time since I looked into a pair of eyes that took my breath away.
For the first time since I lost Piper, it feels like I can finally see light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s brighter than I ever imagined.


The single life suits me fine. Always has. My business takes up most of my time and I’m okay with that.
My business partner, however? He’s not so keen on my soulmate being my job.
He sets me up with an online dating profile that puts me in the line of fire when it comes to dating material. At the same time, my childhood best friend moves back to the city and gets a job at my firm. She’s looking for her someone special, too.
So we make a deal. We both need dates, and we need them quickly.
Right when I think I’m getting into the swing of this whole dating thing, one of the girls I’m seeing throws me a curveball—she thinks I should date my best friend instead. And now I can’t get her out of my head.
I’ve been in love before with a dark-haired girl with red lips, and I never thought I’d get that lucky twice. But crazier things have happened, and after everything I learned from Piper, I’m not about to sit this ride out.


Hard to write romance when your heart is broken.
And I’m batting zero since I lost my girl.
Now I’m working alongside a famous Hollywood director to make my newest novel into a movie, and the female lead has captured more than just my vision of her character.
She’s captured me, too.
One minute, we can’t keep our hands off each other, and the next, she’s running for the hills.
There’s something she’s not telling me, and with a writer’s brain, I’m thinking the worst.
She’s going to let me in. I’ll make sure of it.
Besides, I’m not letting love slip through my fingers twice.