Three previously released books now in 1 volume
"Waiting Game" by Jayne Ann Krentz
Sara Frazer had no choice. She had to break into Adrian Saville's house to look for clues to the whereabouts of her Uncle Lowell. And once she was inside, she couldn't help doing some additional snooping around - just a little bit! Long before he opened the front door, Adrian Saville knew someone was in his house, for he had a special alarm system that rapped an intruder inside instead of keeping him out. But when Adrian saw who his visitor was, he couldn't believe his eyes. Sara. He had dreamed about her, had fantasized about their inevitable meeting - a meeting that was inevitable because only Adrian knew what clues Sara was looking for!
"Diamond Girl" by Diana Palmer
All Denny Cole ever noticed was her typing speed. But Kenna Dean promised herself that one day the Atlanta lawyer would see beyond his efficient secretary to the woman beneath. It seemed an uphill battle until Denny's partner and stepbrother Regan decided to make her over to catch Denny's eye. But the "solution" backfired when Regan became the problem. She'd distrusted him on sight until he swept her into his practiced arms to an ecstasy she'd never known before. He was grooming her for another man, but suddenly Kenna wanted to capture only Regan's heart.
"This Matter of Marriage" by Debbie Macomber
The alarm on Hallie's biological clock is buzzing. She's hitting the beg three-O and there's no prospect of marriage, no man in sight. Hallie, an organized, goal-setting kind of person, gives herself a year to meet Mr. Knight . . . In Shining Armor. But all her dates are disasters. (There's the cheapskate and the sex fiend and...well, never mind.) Too bad she can't just fall for her good-looking neighbor, Steve Marris -- who's definitely not her type. Anyway, Steve's busy trying to win back his ex-wife, Mary Lynn, who's busy getting married -- but not to Steve. Life would be so much simpler if he could fall for someone else. Like . . . Hallie. They're friends, though -- and sometimes friends become lovers. Sometimes friends become more.