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  • Atlanta's Most Eligible Bachelor

    by Mia Mae Lynne
    Douglas Arthur Bader “Atlanta’s Most Eligible Bachelor” has it all. His career was on the rise at Whitman Stacks, LLC a law firm located on the perimeter of Atlanta. His cell phone rang constantly of women who wanted to possess the man with deep blue eyes and sandy blonde hair. Women of all ages fell for his boyishly handsome good looks and his impeccable manners. He was elusive to any type of commitment. “Three date max” was his motto until crossing paths with Lisa Dunbar. Lisa Dunba... more
  • Cold November Rain

    by Nicole Warren
    Charlotte, the mother of two college-aged kids, lost her husband several years prior and had moved on, perhaps too quickly, and suffered dire consequences as a result. Now she's stepping out of her self-imposed cocoon but with scars that must remain hidden. Despite her fears, she soon falls into the arms of Emmett, who helps her find joy once again. When Charlotte comes face-to-face with her past, her heart is forced to brave the truth, and she must decide if her secrets will be the catalyst to ... more
  • Below the Beltway

    by Taylor Marsh
    The Washington, D.C. Beltway. Pulsing with rich history, teeming with wondrous marshes and woodland creatures. Balance and order peacefully exist in this wildlife adventureland, a stark contrast to its human inhabitants who attempt to navigate mindbending appetites of power, lust, love and greed without being drowned by their adversaries in the Beltway swamps. Elite personal life coach Alex Gantry leaves Hollywood for the D.C. area, struggling to escape the grip of a suffocating relationship. Th... more
  • Lucky 13: Matchmaking and Misunderstandings

    by Cat Gardiner
    A Holiday, Austen-Inspired, Pride and Prejudice, Romantic Comedy New York City advertising executive, Elizabeth Bennet is determined to find a respectable date to take to Christmas dinner with her insane family. So, what’s a girl to do with only 26 days remaining? She and her best friend embark on a mad-cap dating blitz. Speed dating and blind dates become a source of frustration when one man continually shows up, hell-bent on either annoying her or capturing her heart. Fitzwilliam Darcy... more
  • Villa Fortuna

    by Cat Gardiner
    Dr. Elizabeth Fairchild lived an orderly and focused life in Los Angeles until … an unexpected death, a questionable inheritance, and an eighty-year-old Mafia vendetta required a trip home to New York City's Little Italy neighborhood in the Bronx. After thirteen years of running from her Italian-American upbringing, Elizabeth dreaded returning to the ethnic world of colorful hand gestures, passionate arguments, and living with her two stereotypical sisters in their rundown apartment above a bak... more
  • Denial of Conscience: A Modern Darcy and Elizabeth Adventure

    by Cat Gardiner
    Inspired by Jane Austen's most alluring romantic couple, this modern adventure stars adaptations of characters from Pride and Prejudice and her other novels. Fitzwilliam Darcy is steel, rock-n-roll, and Tennessee whiskey. Elizabeth Bennet is orchids, opera, and peaches with cream. Thrown together they are physically and emotionally charged TNT, ready to explode! Elizabeth Bennet, a young woman hiding from living life to its fullest, finds herself willing to accept an untenable marriage arran... more
  • Bigger the Secret, Greater the Passion

    by Laura Jane Hermanson
    A San Diego girl named Mellony Triplett grows up with the notion of living her life in total opposition to that of her mother’s life due to the fact that her mother, although a bright and talented woman in her own right, had somehow managed to lose her self-identity to her husband. While in pursuit of a short-term career in order to pay her own way through college beyond her bachelor’s degree as well as putting away a nest egg to build her own start-up company, Mellony falls hard for a gorgeousl... more

    by Kirsten Lynn
    A New Breed Of Warrior… LTJG Jack “Cowboy” Kerr doesn’t know crap about corn and cattle. But put him in a firefight and he’ll clean up like Wyatt Earp on the streets of Tombstone. An elite warrior unleashed on the mangroves and rice paddies of Vietnam, he and his men are common men with an uncommon desire to succeed. It’s not long before the name given to them by the Vietnamese, Men with Green Faces, strikes fear in the enemy and gives hope to allies. His life is the Navy…his family the brother... more
  • The Bride Tournament

    by Ruth Kaufman
    Lady Eleanor de la Tour’s life turns upside down on her wedding day. Instead of her betrothed, she must wed Richard Courtenay, to whom the king has given his title and lands. Though handsome and intriguing, Richard pursues his father's alchemy quest, anathema to her because the obsession to turn base metals into gold is destroying her father. She wants Arthur, the man she loves and chose. Richard needs and wants to stay wed to Eleanor to uncover her father’s secrets. He vows to win her even as... more
  • Always Come Home

    by Maureen Driscoll
    From the author of the Kellington series of Regency romances, comes the first novel about the Emerson family. Colin Emerson, the Earl of Ridgeway, has two unmarried sisters and a mountain of debt incurred by his late father. He has no choice but to marry an heiress. It is most unfortunate, therefore, when he falls in love with a penniless governess. Ava Conway has been making her way in the world since the death of her father. She takes a position as the governess to Lord Ridgeway's sist... more

    by Kimberley Koz
    Frozen food heiress Madison Hubbard thinks her knack for picking losers is in her family's genetic code. Mayor Phin McKee wants a new life, but won't leave his town teetering on economic disaster. When Madi destroys the town’s only source of revenue, Phin is forced to use her in a last-ditched effort to save Potter's Kiln.
  • White Girl

    by Grace Jelsnik
    When her lifelong best friend, Maggie, entrusts a USB drive into Tashina’s care, she tells the rookie FBI agent to give it to an unknown David if anything happens to her. He’ll find her, Maggie assures her. Hours later, Maggie is dead, and Tashina’s family and friends are under surveillance. She has nowhere to run but to the home of her mother’s people, the Lakota Sioux on Pine Ridge Reservation. In her journey from California to South Dakota and back again, the half-Lakota Tashina learns no... more
  • Tranquility

    by Grace Jelsnik
    The locals called her “The Crazy Woman of Copper Creek,” but to Caitlyn she was Gram, the woman who taught her to control the visions that had tormented her throughout her early childhood. When Gram is murdered, Caitlyn is determined to bring her murderer to justice, with or without the assistance of the local sheriff. She and Trevor are at loggerheads from the moment of their first meeting and must set aside their mutual animosity to put an end to the rash of deaths plaguing Lincoln County.
  • Homewrecker Incorporated

    by S. Simone Chavous
    Without love, marriage is just business. At least that’s what Claudia Mason tells the women who seek her firm’s unique services. With wealthy husbands who see their wedding rings as meaningless pieces of jewelry, they trust Claudia to do whatever is necessary to gather the hard evidence needed to shatter an ironclad prenup. She is the best in the business and has yet to meet a mark she couldn’t get the goods on— solidifying her belief that no man can be trusted. After landing a client who is ... more
  • Progress

    by Amalie Silver
    Jesse I admit, I didn’t think much of Charlie at first. She was rounder than the girls who usually caught my eye. Not my type. But when I saw her sitting in that booth alone, for the first time something in my mind or my instincts or my heart told me to join her. She defied me. She challenged me. She gave me hope. Before I knew it, moving forward was my only option. Charlie I couldn’t tell you when it happened, but it had to have been a gradual change; I never moved too quickly. ... more
  • A Secret Edge

    by Robin Reardon
    In many ways, Jason Peele is like any other teenager. He hits the books, hangs with his friends, flirts with girls, and omits the full truth of his life from his Aunt Audrey and Uncle Steve, who've raised him since his parents died. But there's one way that Jason is very different: when he dreams at night, it isn't about girls; it's about David Bowie. At sixteen years old, Jason is just beginning to understand that he might be gay. The one place Jason feels comfortable is on the track where h... more