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  • Please Fall for Me

    by M.W. McKinley

    Lei wants the one thing he already has which is to be the bassist for Brotherhood, a small indie-rock band from Oxford, England. When the band relocates to New York City without a drummer or a fanbase, Lei’s worried they made a huge mistake, especially now that he’s an ocean away from his grandmother as she battles a life-threatening heart condition.

    Felix wants the one thing he can't have which is to play drums for Brotherhood. When he offers to help the band find a dif... more

  • Of Plays, Pals, and Pointless Mayhem

    by Tracy Taylor
    Rachel Washington is the golden child of the theatrical world. Or she would be if not for her maniacal friends. She is not a saint herself, but when she is around her friends, Mackenzie Eubank and James Farrington, the hilarity becomes three-fold. Rachel Washington has been given the chance of a lifetime to write and direct a play for her boss, the great producer Mr. Frank McPherson. Now all she has to do is pull her cast of friends together and they could all be rich. However, not everyone is h... more
  • GOLD

    by Maureen A. Miller

    It was the middle of January in Southeastern Alaska. Sara Eckert anticipated at least another two months of vacancy in her remote bed & breakfast. Until he showed up. A man not interested in hiking, fishing, or hunting. So, why was he there?


    Two miners have gone missing. Their disappearance has been ruled accidental. To the firm that sent them to Alaska, that answer is unacceptable. Luke Reis has been dispatched to learn more. Gaining access to the remote wilderness isn'... more

  • The Quest for Psyche

    by Beth C. Greenberg

    The God of Love is a heartbroken mess. Unmoored after losing Pan to his Right Love, Cupid resorts to a very human approach to relieving his misery – therapy. His online sessions seem to be working until Dr. Mariposa Rey mysteriously cuts him off. Sensing she needs his help, Cupid sets out on a cross-country adventure to Lake Tahoe, where his heart is inflamed for his next Worthy. What Cupid doesn’t know is that this fourth test is not a punishment but his one and only chance for R... more

  • Stranded AF

    by Tammy Falkner
    An impromptu trip to Australia. Two adults who’d made a pact as kids to remain friends forever. Two precocious children. Two huge unruly dogs. What could possibly go wrong? Everything. Everything could go wrong. And it did. When Liam Scott looked up and saw Frankie Thompson standing in the doorway of his office, he’d almost had to pick himself up from the floor. Frankie showing up meant one thing: she needed his help. He’d never been able to turn Frankie down, and he couldn’t turn her down... more
  • In Truth

    by Arti Auburne
    This is a fictional account of a French Canadian journalist whose adverse childhood experiences dictate the trajectory of her life. The story spans over half a century and shows her evolution alongside societal shifts as she takes on public interest reporting across the globe to challenge shifting truths. Within its dark themes of poverty, mental illness, and abuse, the most difficult aspects are made mentionable and manageable by an undercurrent of lightness and a hopeful ending.
  • A Risk on Forever

    by NS Perkins
    When Matthias Phillips imagined the new caretaker for his mother with ALS, the last thing he had in mind was a gorgeous twenty-something who didn’t look like she had a day of experience in the field. However, his mother has always been stubborn, and despite his objections, she’s insistent: it’s Adelaide Samson she wants him to hire. After losing her job, Adelaide needs a new gig to continue supporting her family, even if that means working for overprotective and rude Matthias. Once she earns ... more
  • Adventures in Tuscany

    by Judith Isacoff
    From being caught in the Trevi Fountain and splashed on the front pages, to unwittingly bringing home a tasty wild boar, five American women in Tuscany have the unruly time of their lives.
  • Iron & Fire

    by Kerrin Willis
    1675 -- Plymouth Colony -- Verity Parker promised to look after her family. Raised among the bookshops and turmoil of Reformation London, Verity now finds herself in Puritan New England, where she must learn to keep her head down and her mouth shut, or risk dire consequences. The only person who values her tenacity is Kit, the heretical ironworker she has been forbidden to see. When King Philip’s War breaks out, Verity must stay silent as the Puritan elders spread hateful rhetoric about the ... more
  • 1-800-NEW YEAR

    by Josie Riviera
    Her lost love is back in town. Is he back for a second chance…or closure? Holiday love and romance are in the air—but Shanice Williams will be spending the second most popular date night of the year alone, agonizing over selling the quirky old farmhouse she inherited from her beloved grandmother. The money would help save her struggling landscaping business, but emotionally she can’t bear to part with a place so filled with memories—especially of Lincoln Reid, her mad teenage crush. The... more
  • Crushed

    by Isabel Jolie
    He’s a hunted hacker and former international criminal. She’s a bookshop owner and heiress to one of Napa Valley's greatest wineries. Erik Lai is on the run from his murderous former business partner, hiding off-grid in a vineyard safehouse. He and his small team are building a black ops high-tech security firm because he doesn’t plan to play defense forever. Vivianne Rossi is happy to leave the vineyards to her sister and brother. Her bookstore and a secret side hustle exposing cheaters via ... more
  • The Last Text You Sent

    by Elise Fender
    When Avery Walker's life takes a tragic turn, she enlists the help of the brooding bad-boy of Black Mountain, and the only person Avery has ever kissed: Jack Crawley. Jack agrees to help her untangle her brother's messy web. As they search out clues, they bond over Whit’s mysterious past and start to create a love story of their own. But life holds unexpected twists and turns, and as Avery and Jack face the truth of Whit's past, they confront their future, and choose to hold tight with bot... more
  • Last Blue Christmas

    by Rose Prendeville
    Police partners for ten years, Maggie and Max respond to a bomb threat and find a child hiding inside a bus station locker. The case splits them up, as Maggie attempts to solve the mystery of who made the bomb and called it in, and Max tries to find the boy who left his little brother behind--all before Christmas, and before the case destroys the partnership that they both wish could be something more.
  • The Dark Horizon

    by Liz Harris
    Oxfordshire, 1919 The instant that Lily Brown and Robert Linford set eyes on each other, they fall in love. The instant that Robert’s father, Joseph, chairman of the family’s successful building company, sets eyes on Lily, he feels a deep distrust of her. Convinced that his new daughter-in-law is a gold-digger, and that Robert’s feelings are a youthful infatuation he’d come to regret, Joseph resolves to do whatever it takes to rid his family of Lily. And he doesn’t care what that is. As... more
  • Unturned Rubbles

    by Sana Khatri

    From International Bestselling author Sana Khatri comes a standalone contemporary romance novella where trust is tested, chances are burrowed, and hearts – they are unintentionally wounded.

    What happens when a door opens somewhere, resulting in another to close elsewhere? What happens when the truth burns the very air one breathes, making it hard to maintain one's sanity? Promises, trust, and hope – they are all left unturned.

    What happens when wal... more

  • Love and Honour? Marriage for Peace

    by David Evans
    Love and Honour? Marriage for Peace, exposes the ongoing phenomenon of Romeo and Juliet style romance tragedy; families killing their own and other families' daughters, sons, sisters and brothers in the name of family 'honour". Focused on Northern India and Nepal, the stories illustrate that despite India adopting a democratic constitution in 1950, the public murder of forbidden lovers continues. Media reports of this phenomenon did not surface until 1993, but have increased dramatically since t... more