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  • Tj's Last Summer in Cape Cod

    by Garfield Whyte
    Meet Taj James (aka TJ), an 18-year-old high school basketball star; Maggie, his naïve friend; his Spanish teacher from Venezuela; Susan, an old flame; and a few girls that TJ refuses after he meets Maggie until he crosses paths with a 18-year-old girl on his jogging trail by the lake. Initially, she shows no interest in him, but since TJ gets what TJ wants, he charms his way into her grandmother’s heart to be close to Sye. And don’t forget his chaperone—his 55-year-old Uncle Peter who is as you... more
  • The Bee Keeper's Daughter (The Kingdom of Meridian Book 1)

    by Shian Serei
    The story begins with a young Russian peasant named Maria. Through a series of tragic events, she must travel North on the Volga river to find safety with relatives in a distant city. Along the way, she discovers romance, adventure, friendship and the beginnings of her womanhood.
  • A Casual Silence

    by Peter Gulgowski
    High School is a vicious game in which the rules must be followed. Failure to follow those set rules, and you’ll find yourself kicked from the game into the dreaded, obscure world of unpopularity. A Casual Silence is the story between seventeen-year-olds, Jack Wither and Sara Elliot. Jack is an outcast writer, seeking his literary big-break, while Sara is the princess at their high-school. According to the rulebook of high-school, these two should never cross paths, but during an assigned pr... more
  • A New Chapter

    by Susan Coventry
    Emma Murphy first laid eyes on the tall, dark and sinfully handsome Zack Kostas when they stood up in a wedding together. Five years later, they meet again, both newly divorced, and in the process of rebuilding their lives. Emma finds comfort in the bookstore that she owns, while Zack is busy caring for his four-year-old daughter Gracie. Despite their attraction, Emma and Zack decide to be “just friends,” but soon discover that staying in the friend zone is easier said than done! Sometimes love... more
  • Ordinary Snowflakes: A Rock Creek Christmas Novella

    by Jennifer Rodewald
    A secret Santa gift left on Kale Brennan’s front porch opens up a fresh view of her ordinary life, and perhaps of God. Maybe she does matter. Maybe God sees her—as does a new-to-town music teacher who has her seven-year-old daughter gushing and her own knees buckling with his killer smile. But as Kale embraces new possibilities, a staple in her life—a man who is kind and steady, not to mention necessary for her injured daughter’s recovery—also snatches her attention in an unexpected way. Will th... more
  • Awake (Wild Love Book 3)

    by Red L. Jameson
    One, two, Secrets accrue; Three, four, Shame galore; Five, six, Add two men to the mix; Seven, eight, My life’s about to disintegrate… Off-limits. Forbidden. I shouldn't have slept with him. Should never have fallen for him. But I did—Secret #1 And I'm drawn to someone else. He wants me too. This time, I do have an ounce of willpower. An ounce. But it’s waning, deteriorating quickly—Secret #2 Two secrets—secrets that are tearing me apart. And Secret #3 is the hardest to keep.... more
  • Fly (Wild Love Book 2)

    by Red L. Jameson
    Pregnant. And alone. My worst nightmare becomes my greatest blessing. Together, they rescued me, literally saved me from a snowy disaster. Both of them—with their tenderness and compassion. But it's their Navy SEAL, iron-tough, and tattooed bodies that have me wanting more—wanting them. They've transformed me, while I awakened them—showed them the beauty of what could be. Two months ago, I would've chosen one, seduced him like only I know how. But that was two months ago, and so much ha... more
  • Shine (Wild Love Book 1)

    by Red L. Jameson
    The fireman is hot—able to burn me. But still, I crave the singe. The professor is cold—brooding with intrigue, making me yearn for more. The police officer easily unlocks my laugh—something I thought was caged for life. Two years ago, before my cheating husband died, he promised he'd right his wrongs--and there were so many wrongs. On his deathbed, he swore he’d send a slew of men to worship me and treat me like a goddess. I don't know how, but my husband kept that one promise. Unbeliev... more
  • Holly Blossums

    by S. L. Walker

    A festive rom-com drama about a teenager from 1955 who, ever since meeting her best friend, Roy Carter, believes that the color of someone’s skin makes no difference.

    After a heated argument with her mama, Holly runs away to her secret hiding spot at the lake. Roy runs after her, but she slips and falls into the lake. The next thing she knows, she’s in heaven arguing with Saint Peter.

    Given a second chance by heaven, Holly is sent back to earth for two weeks, as an adu... more

  • Give Me Thorns: A Lesbian BDSM Romance

    by Elizabeth Andre
    The worst day Megan has ever had is about transform her life in ways she never believed possible Megan, a long-haired femme lesbian with beautiful pale skin and chestnut brown hair, is having a very loud and public fight with her soon to be ex-girlfriend when a woman on a motorcycle comes to her rescue. Against her better judgement, Megan hops on, and they ride off into the setting sun. Stevie, a handsome African-American butch lesbian with a lock of blonde hair curling out of the front of her... more
  • Behind The Mask

    by Marianne Petit
    In 1940’s Paris, both rich and poor are thrust together, a mixed society struggling to survive. American born Yvette Matikunas, one of the privileged few, goes underground with a deathbed promise to her grandfather that has her roaming the streets of France with a dangerous message. She quickly learns that no one is who they seem to be and trust is a thing of her past. Injured in battle while trying to save the life of one of his men, Colonial André Rinaldo is disillusioned by a shell-shocke... more
  • Capturing Beauty (a Where the Heart Is romance, book 2)

    by Brenda S. Anderson
    Their love for a boy brings them together, but the camera could drive them apart. He's a nature photographer returning to make amends. She's a camera-shy naturalist seeking privacy. Can Haven capture her heart when she won't let him capture her image? And will his poor choices cost Callie her dream job and him the love of his son?
  • A Reason to Trust

    by P. L. Byers
    Christine Marshall endured a childhood of abuse and neglect. If not for the friendship of her two best friends, her life would have been unbearable. Years later, seeing the happiness that her friends had finally found with two wonderful men made Christine happy. She still didn’t question her own stance to remain alone though, especially given her past. Until one night and too many martinis, she makes a decision that would change her life completely. Jonas Wade was a confident, no nonsense gu... more
  • A Reason to Hope

    by P. L. Byers
    Madison Bowman had a wonderful family and two best friends that meant everything to her. She was working hard in the world of fashion, hoping to someday become the newest and most influential designer in the field. Then one day, in a chance meeting, Maddy met the one man she knew she was destined to be with. Zander Cole had his life mapped out. Losing his father at a young age and having to help his mother through the ordeal, taught him many lessons. The most important one being that it wa... more
  • A Reason to Dream

    by P. L. Byers
    Brenna Harris was a nurturer at heart. Having lost her sister at a young age, and then watching her parents’ marriage fall apart, she quickly learned that it was up to her to take on the responsibility to care for and protect the people around her. That care especially extended to her two best friends since middle school, Madison Bowman and Christine Marshall. As much as she loves her friends and her life though, and as fulfilling as her job as a Social Worker is, she knows there is still someth... more
  • A Life Worth Living

    by P. L. Byers
    Grace Munro ‘s world was turned upside down in a matter of minutes. Facing the loss of her husband and son was difficult enough, but the media storm that surrounded her in the aftermath, left her devastated. All because the man who killed her family was a hometown football hero, turned politician. Logan and Gavin Caldwell, brothers by choice not blood, watched for days as the media continually hounded Grace Munro. When it appeared that no one would step in to help her, they sent two men from... more