Hot vs. Cute

Who will Emma choose, a hot guy who gives her all the feels or a cute guy she can’t stop thinking about? Emma is good-looking and often dates hot guys interested in nothing more than hookups. She works for a start-up full of geeks. Kapil is the founder but the cutest of all. Emma doesn’t like Kapil, but agrees to be his fake girlfriend because of his generous offer. She also continues to see Jared, a hot guy who gives her all the feels. She designs a sociology experiment to compare her dates with hot vs. cute guys. Things get messy when her fake relationship interferes with her true feelings. A fake relationship romantic comedy that will sweep you off your feet! Full of humor that will make you laugh until you cry! Order this multicultural romcom today!!!

Meet dhara shah

Dhara Shah is an American author who lives in Phoenix. She writes multicultural romantic comedy novels and novellas. She enjoys writing romance with relatable characters carefully integrated into social, psychological, and physical relationships with other people and society. Her background in Psychology helps her portray her characters in real-life situations. She is a firm believer in happily-ever-after endings and shows that these happy endings may look different for different people. She is a first-generation American who embraces growing up with both Indian and American cultures. Subscribe to her newsletter and get a free novella, regular updates, and bookish content Website Follow her on Social Media: @dharashahauthor on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok.

Too Far to Whisper

In 17th-century New England, a twist of fate delivers two men – enemies of each other – into Rosalind’s life on the same day. Although both men initially intrigue her, one soon turns her blood cold, while the other slowly heats it to a degree she is unable to comprehend or control. The problem is, the proposal of marriage comes from the wrong man…and he refuses to be denied.

Meet Arianna Eastland

Arianna Eastland is a native New Englander whose Abenaki heritage inspired her to research the Native-American culture and history in her area and include it in her romance novels. Her stories take place in the 17th century, so she carefully studied the languages (both English and Abenaki) that were used back then. She did, however, confess to taking a bit of creative liberty and eliminating the “thees” and “thous” spoken in that era because she felt they might be too distracting.