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  • Grossi

    by Tim
    Deep within an old southern mansion, Tyler Harrington seeks refuge from his troubles. He bought the house with the hope that the crumbling porch, warped roof, and peeling paint would be a therapeutic distraction from his recent breakup and heartache. He is not aware of his ancestral connection to the house, or of the hidden room, that leads to a life of new friends, love, and a treasure that connects him to a legacy predating the civil war. His newfound passion for life and love fabrica... more
  • The Right One For Me

    by Samanthya Wyatt
    The Earl of Whetherford, has finally decided to accept his fate. Tired of dangerous assignments and putting his neck on the line, he has returned to his ancestral home to accept the title of his birthright and produce the required heir. But, when he arrives, he finds his home has been invaded, and a female has taken off with his mother’s jewels. Morgan decides the traitorous jade will not get away, so he sets into motion a plan to bring her back. Then he abducts the wrong woman. Kat’s brother is... more
  • A Room in Blake's Folly

    by J. Arlene Culiner
    If only the walls could speak… In one hundred and fifty years, Blake's Folly, a silver boomtown notorious for its brothels,
scarlet ladies, silver barons, speakeasies, and divorce ranches, has become a semi-ghost town.
Although the old Mizpah Saloon is still in business, its upper floor is sheathed in dust. But in a
room at a long corridor's end, an adventurer, a beautiful dance girl, and a rejected wife were once caught in a love triangle, and their secret has touched three generations.
  • Love in Another Time

    by lexa dudley
    1947 Ellie is sent to boarding school by her cold and distant parents. In the holidays she stays with her best friend Polly and forges a deep friendship with Polly's brother Simon. It’s 1961. Ellie and her family have moved to Sardinia. Her father, Ian, is a prominent Foreign Office member and has little time for anything else. Ellie’s manipulative mother spends her days social climbing. Thankfully, Ellie makes friends easily and soon discovers the beauty and charm of untouched Sardinia. And ... more
  • By This Time Next Year

    by Harriette Patrick Barron
    Secret Lakeshia Bell's life is finally filled with the love, hope, and joy that she has always desired. Her nursing career is finally headed into the right direction. On the outside she is beautiful and classy, but she was raised to never bite her tongue. Her life, hopes, and dreams are shared with her handsome strong faith-filled husband, Joel Bell. Without warning, both of their lives take a drastic and unexpected turn. Suddenly, Secret finds herself on a roller-coaster journey of self-discove... more
  • Innocence Derailed

    by Jane Catherine Rozek

    Kate’s innocence unravels in the sweet ecstasy of first love, but miscarriage and betrayal make her question everything she thought she knew about love… 

    In revenge, she joins the hippie trail of the 1970s, protests the Vietnam War, and hitchhikes from Canada to Mexico. But strange words in her conscience pursue her until she must choose to return to mediocrity in her hometown or find the courage to follow Spirit where it leads.

  • Oak King Holly King

    by Sebastian Nothwell
    Shrike, the Butcher of Blackthorn, is a legendary warrior of the fae realms. When he wins a tournament in the Court of the Silver Wheel, its queen names him her Oak King – a figurehead destined to die in a ritual duel to invoke the change of seasons. Shrike is determined to survive. Even if it means he must put his heart as well as his life into a mere mortal’s hands. Wren Lofthouse, a London clerk, has long ago resigned himself to a life of tedium and given up his fanciful dreams. When... more
  • Tinder #1

    by G.G. Lucky

    If spending one hour in a world of hot, swipeable men, suspenseful romance, and tongue-in-cheek goofiness sounds fun, would you consider purchasing "Tinder #1" on Amazon ($.99) and leaving a short review? It may persuade me to write more, even if it requires less time on dating apps! - G.G. Lucky

    "Even from behind a desk and under the cold, antiseptic lighting of an executive office, this man with the man bun had an uncommonly beautiful face."... more

  • Beyond Any Experience

    by Anne E. Terpstra
    Olivia Northman’s world shattered the day she lost her wife to a drunk driver. Three years later, she still struggles with grief and the demands of being a single parent to their autistic son, Ben. After her first attempt at a new relationship crumbles, she retreats to the simple, the predictable. It’s what’s best for her son, and her heart. Ellie Vasquez isn’t simple or predictable. In fact, she’s charmingly impulsive, as well as gregarious, confident, and attracted to Olivia, which she reve... more
  • Wild at Heart

    by Stacy Gold
    They each hit the trail solo in search of themselves… Overworked entrepreneur Jules Martinez is sick and tired of men leaving her for their exes. Determined to wipe the giant, scarlet R for rebound off her forehead, she kicks off a yearlong vow of celibacy with five, blissful weeks backpacking her favorite trails through Washington State. Solo. Out-of-work financial analyst Evan Davenport hasn’t been happy since camping in Scouts as a kid—before his wealthy parents and now ex-fiancé made al... more
  • Between a Fox and a Hard Place

    by Mary Frame
    She’s determined to keep her family home. He won’t let his friend down. Will conflicting interests shatter their chances of happily ever after? Finley Fox refuses to give up her life’s work. With her family’s cabin rental business at risk of going under, the eldest of five has been laboring for years to care for the property, not to mention her now grown siblings. But when a New York billionaire makes a play for the ailing resort, Finley struggles to resist her attraction to the handsome man ... more
  • The Set Up

    by Carl Edward Jackson
    Carl Edward Jackson, a Black gay man, grew up in the South where it was morally unacceptable to be gay. He attended church with his divorced mother several times per week when he was a teenager, but often felt ostracized, as the pastor of the church regularly rejected homosexuality, and insisted that gay people would be sent to hell for eternity. This belief made it hard for Carl to "come out" and to love himself. He had no one to talk to about his sexuality and often felt lonely and depressed. ... more
  • Heart of Thirst

    by Felicity Constantine
    Heart of Thirst" is a very fast-paced, easy-reading story about Danielle __ a young, black attorney, and her impressions of the men she has dated, or should date. Her opinions and those of her best friend, Jessica, are insightful and at times hilarious, but true. Through their eyes, we see the different men they have met and how they feel about them. Surely, everyone has met some of these types. The romantic scenes she describes are easy to picture and steamy! Felicity Constantine has a way with... more
  • The Boy from Sullivan Bay

    by Sylvia M. Olberding

    The Boy from Sullivan Bay is a story of tender compassion, love, reconciliation, and solidarity amidst the agonies of dysfunction, addiction, and crime.

    Lindi cowers; she’s done it all her life. As a young girl, she coped in her dysfunctional family by keeping quiet, repressing herself, and never speaking up even in her own defense, all to keep the peace. She’d dreamed of getting away, someday owning a bakery, marrying the perfect man, and living a perfect life in the perfec... more

  • Ghosts in Sunlight: Book 1 - Marian and Marc

    by Gretta Curran Browne
    On a summer night in 1963, a young American soldier, Lieutenant Marc Gaines, walks into the London bistro where a sweet and shy eighteen-year-old English girl, Marian Barnard, is a waitress. Like the song 'Strangers In The Night', it is love at first sight for both of them. In Massachusetts, Jacqueline Castineau, rich and beautiful, is still obsessed by her years as a young unit commander in the French Resistance against the Nazis, which turned her into a merciless killer. Now Jacqueline ... more
  • A Savage Joy

    by Luis Rosas
    Hector Vidal is a special operator tasked with protecting a new client on a dangerous mission to Iraq. But too many deployments have taken their toll and one more could spell the end of his marriage. Despite a heated argument with his wife, Kelly, Hector chooses to take on the mission--his last. But trouble brews when Kelly learns that his client is none other than her estranged stepsister. The attractive and seductive Jessica Beaumont is not only a dangerous distraction for Hector. The ... more