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by Kate Condie
A wanted woman. A haunted man. Can a fake marriage save them both, or will their secrets tear them apart?
Della Hampton answers an advertisement for a mail-order bride in the isolated mining town of Kirwin, Wyoming. Her hasty decision turns desperate when she arrives to find her intended dead. Della is determined to do whatever it takes to remain in Kirwin and find a new name for herself.
Bastien Graham is a brand-new foreman ready to prove himself. Within days of steppi... more
by Zerry GreenwoodMisrouted, motherless, and melancholy make for Mail-order mayhem. A postal mishap caused twenty-three-year-old Lavina’s unconventional entrance into the lives of Cliff Walters’ family. In 1873, the U.S. Postal Service had not quite worked out mail delivery to the territories and many a letter was misrouted. But as long as this mail-order bride had hopes of her fiancé’s return, she intended to cling to them like a forty-year-old spinster. Cliff Walters was a quiet giant whose entire world revolve... more
by Keith BurkeWhen Jack met Jess it was love at first sight. They had their entire lives ahead of them, but it all came crashing down the day he died. And that’s where their story begins.Eight years have passed and Jess is a shell of the woman she once was. For Jack, now her Guardian Angel, it is more than he can bear. Breaking divine law, Jack returns to Earth, possessing the body of a comatose man, to help Jess heal and move on with her life. However, Jess begins to fall for this familiar stranger, not real... more
by Katharine SweetHave you heard the one about the small-town girl who got knocked up by the ex-wife of an ex-con that she'd never met? No? You should, it's a pretty good one. Kassarah wasn’t impulsive...until she was. One minute she was volunteering as a surrogate mom to help a couple start their family, the next she had been inadvertently dragged into a revenge plot. Mat wasn’t having kids...until he was. One idiot decision that pissed off his ex had somehow resulted in a complete stranger knocked up with... more
by E.F. Dodd
Typing your ex's name into a search engine is always a crapshoot. But like any gamble, it can pay off big if you find out the idiot who left you is now thirty pounds overweight and missing a tooth from an unfortunte breadstick incident. The downside is that you could find out the worthless SOB is still attractive and, even worse, getting married to someone else.
Kez Walsh should've cashed out when her last search turned up nothing on her ex, Miller Thompson. Bu... more
by Holli Fawcett ClaytonSelf-Discovery on Mount Kilimanjaro Devastated by her husband’s death from opioid abuse, small-town widow Marren Halleck travels to Tanzania to summit the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. Along her trek through the ever-changing scenery of the mountain, Marren finds hope for a new beginning and forms a special connection with her climbing team, including a mysterious cowboy named Chris. Her promising path forward is derailed, however, when she discovers that Chris isn’t who she thinks he is, and s... more
by Michelle M. Pillow
Maura might be new to the supernatural town of Green Vallis, but this isn't her first dance with the devil.
Half vampire, half human and full bar owner, Curtis Jefferson has spent a lifetime running from his vampiric ancestor. When the old nemesis finally catches up to him, it’s only by a freak accident that he’s not killed. But now the beautiful woman who saved his life has a target on her back.
As the new owner of the local motel, Maura MacGregor... more
by Laura M. Baird
Michelle's living her life again at age fifty after being widowed over a year. She never expects an instant attraction to the hulk of a man at the beach bar she and her friends are at for a night of fun. Bachelor Xander is living life on his terms at age fifty-two, making music and working at his sister's bar in Florida. One glance at the stunning Michelle in a wet t-shirt contest has him all out of sorts and he's determined to get to know her. When seemingly opposites attract, passion burns ... more
by Alexa PadgettRock-n-roll is hell on relationships. Especially his. Aya Aldringham has it all, but wealth can’t make her father love her or give her more time with her dying grandfather. Nor can it stop her from yearning for Nash Porter—the boy she never forgot. The boy who saved her. Nash doesn’t do relationships, not after watching his parents use each other’s feelings as weapons. When he finds Aya again, after so many years, he can’t help but get close—really close—like in her bed and in her arms. ... more
by Margot JohnsonDivorced, empty nester Merilee is on a roll. Filled with scrumptious cookies and old-fashioned fun, her Christmas bus tours aim to add festive spirit to her hometown and new meaning to her lackluster life. Too bad her reserved driver slams the brakes on fun. Widowed farmer Ross needs a little joy to combat his December blues. Behind the wheel, he wears a Santa suit but can't muster a convincing ho-ho-ho. Too many memories block his road to happiness…until irrepressible Merilee sparks a snowst... more
by Joshua SenterIn 1954, awkward Gwen Hisel falls in love with the affable Willie Bennett on the dusty Oklahoma prairie. What follows is a harsh life for the two youngsters as they struggle to make the best of their difficult circumstances. Twenty years later, Sheila Hisel, daughter of Gwen and Willie, marries Darrel McAllister. But while her parents' love for one another had seen them through tribulation and adversity, Sheila's own marriage crumbles under the strain of hard times. Now, as Sheila's son,... more
by Stella Riley
Meet Adam Brandon … acutely intelligent and master-swordsman but gradually realising that he isn’t yet ready for the future he had previously planned.
Victim of a cruel deception, Camilla Edgerton-Foxe has a jaundiced view of the male sex and a tongue as sharp as her wits … but she also possesses an extraordinary talent.
A peculiar encounter offers Adam the kind of employment for which he is uniquely suited and which will exercise his mind as well as his muscle... more
by Mary FrameShe’s a spectral cynic. He’s a time traveler racing the clock. Amelia Peters doesn’t believe in ghosts. After outing her late paranormal investigator parents as con artists, the natural skeptic wants nothing to do with anything even supposedly spooky. But her long-held disbelief in the supernatural crumbles when she inherits a small-town cabin… and keeps bumping into a handsome specter in the night. Shaken by the mysterious hunk’s disturbing ability to vanish into thin air, Amelia is stun... more
by Laura A. Barnes
When one believes in love, they will embrace …
She wanted to keep her independence. He wanted her to accept his marriage proposal. After her uncle withdrew his support of their union, will they discover they only need each other’s acceptance for a happily ever after?
Jacqueline Holbrooke refused to become the latest match in her uncle’s mad matchmaking scheme. She watched her sisters and cousins fall victim... more
by Philip Cosand
Cole and Bonnie grew up together in a small town. One raised by a young couple, the other was found on a car seat. They go on spy missions, they learn from each other, and they do their best to have fun. Which can be difficult, since Bonnie was born invisible.
by Becca SeymourSome things you can’t take back. If you say those words, get caught glancing at his bulge, or share a heated kiss, it’s game over. The “no take backs” rule strikes, and there’s no way you can backtrack. That’s the way it’s always been with me and Nate Griffin, my old best friend who thought he could change the rules. It doesn’t matter that time and distance have pulled us apart. I’ve finally figured myself out and yanked my head out of my backside. Now, if only I can drag myself out of ... more