Romance

Chaacetime: The Origins – Book 2 (The Space Cycle – A Metaphysical & Hard Science Fiction Trilogy)

Chaacetime: The Origins – Book 2 (The Space Cycle – A Metaphysical & Hard Science Fiction Trilogy)

| September 24, 2017

How can you save your city when you can’t even trust reality? Paul’s investigation with First Circle Agent Baley has hit a dead end. The string of child suicides continues, and only improbable theories remain. But the worst may be yet to come, as Paul and Baley share a dark vision: a cyclone designed to […]

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Falcondell: The Devil’s Son

Falcondell: The Devil’s Son

| September 21, 2017

THIS HAS IT ALL – BAD BOYS, MOTORBIKES, ROMANCE, PARANORMAL, HIGH SCHOOL CLIQUES, MAGIC, TRUE LOVE, BAD BEHAVIOUR AND THE SWEETEST LOVE STORY OF ALL. WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT? Grace Gray is sent to Falcondell High to finish High School with her cousin Gabe as her protector. She has moved around all of her […]

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Husband Sit (Husband Series Book 1)

Husband Sit (Husband Series Book 1)

| September 21, 2017

This is a full-length, stand alone, happily-ever-after romance novel with no cliffhangers. Jill: My kid sister has pushed me into some tough corners in the past, but asking me to come up with a hundred and twenty grand to keep her out of a Bangkok jail is flat-out crazy. What’s worse, she’s sworn me to […]

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Back To The Start

Back To The Start

| September 20, 2017

THIS IS THE UNCLASSIC LOVE STORY OF JAX AND ALI. ALI’S DEAD. Jax’s passionate love and unyielding commitment for her goes on, as he pursues her wherever that leads – through time, and between earthly and heavenly realms. He is surprised to find that the true meaning of love is more beautiful than he could […]

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Prince of the Press: A Powerplay Novella

Prince of the Press: A Powerplay Novella

| September 19, 2017

Marcus Ambrose is Washington’s newest political reporter, the Prince of the Press, famous for his womanizing ways. But when he lays eyes on his brother’s new secretary, the Prince may have met his match, and he’ll put all his talents to use to convince her to be his. Renee Erikson might well be the loneliest […]

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Bad Bloods: November Rain

Bad Bloods: November Rain

| September 19, 2017

The Young Elites meets Red Queen in this action-packed dystopian fantasy series that has readers calling it “addictive,” “masterful,” and “a story of murder, secrecy, and unlikely friendships.” Her very existence is a crime… Seventeen-year-old Serena isn’t human. She’s a bad blood, and in the politically corrupt city of Vendona, bad bloods aren’t allowed to live. […]

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Zach’s Rebound Girl

Zach’s Rebound Girl

| September 18, 2017

Goodbye quiet geek … hello hot TV personality. Full length Romantic Comedy, light Mystery/Suspense Television property renovator Maddison de la Botella is popular, adored, and on the brink of snagging the opportunity to restore her ancestral home—if a ruthless developer doesn’t tear it down first! Her life has suddenly gone from smooth to bumpy, and […]

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I Wrote A Book About You

I Wrote A Book About You

| September 18, 2017

If you liked Bridget Jones, you’re going to fall in love with this story… Meet Posy, a 26-year-old quirky blonde who’s left close to bankruptcy after a divorce from her cheating, childhood sweetheart, Hamilton. Following the implosion, a year ago, Posy’s brother Noah pushes her to go and live in a different culture in fear […]

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When Pigs Fly Over the Moon

When Pigs Fly Over the Moon

| September 18, 2017

A laugh-out-loud romantic comedy where love, lust, ambition, and the crazy demands of living under the hot Texas sun reach their flash point. When itinerant dancer/singer Olivia Cortes doesn’t fall for her best friend and country music heartthrob Truett Stanton, but head over heels with his manager, instead—she’s boot scootin’ for a downhill slide. Olivia’s […]

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Men and Martinis (Girlfriends of Gotham Book 1)

Men and Martinis (Girlfriends of Gotham Book 1)

| September 17, 2017

It might sound crazy—it is crazy, actually—but I’ve just left everything I’ve ever known to start a new job and a new life in New York City. I wasn’t running away from anything, not really. More like running to something—only I didn’t know what that was. Now I think it might have been him. CJ. […]

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