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The Geisha Who Ran Away Series

The Song of the Wild Geese The Geisha Who Ran Away Book 1 by India Millar Genre: Historical Romance Terue. The girl who was plucked from obscurity to become the most sought after geisha in Edo’s Floating World. The geisha who was so beautiful and talented that one of the richest nobles in Japan desired … Continue reading The Geisha Who Ran Away Series

Breaking All the Rules

Breaking All the Rules Breaking Rules Series Book 1 by LaSasha Flame Genre: Dark Erotica Breaking All the Rules is an erotic short story of a submissive's first time attending a luxurious BDSM ball. Caroline is under strict orders not to play with anyone other than her Master, but when she notices a smoldering hot … Continue reading Breaking All the Rules

A Mistress for Penndrake

A Mistress for Penndrake by Tammy L. Bailey Genre: Historical Romance The Marquess of Wesley is out for blood. For a year, Lord Wesley has tried to undo the devastation his father left to Penndrake, their ancestral home, only to discover the man gambled it away right before his death. Now Wesley is being blackmailed … Continue reading A Mistress for Penndrake

The Billionaire’s Girl

The Billionaire's Girl by Bella Fontaine Genre: Contemporary Romance From USA TODAY bestselling author Khardine Gray writing as Bella Fontaine, comes a sexy, sassy enemies to lovers romance. Sleeping with the enemy just got sexier ... Chad There is always that one woman, and this was her. I was sure of it. Billie Harrington, the … Continue reading The Billionaire’s Girl

10,000 Bones

10,000 Bones by Joe Ollinger Genre: Science Fiction On the planet Brink, calcium is cash. The element's scarcity led the world's government to declare it the official currency. In the decades since, the governments of other colonized worlds have suppressed shipments of calcium in order to maintain favorable exchange rates, while Brink's Commerce Board has … Continue reading 10,000 Bones

The Daimones Trilogy

My daughter, the wrinkled and dying woman lying in front of me, was the oldest-looking human on the entire planet. Yet, to the rest of the world, she was leaving us the youngest, as the new humans her age looked like they’d just passed puberty. The med-unit hummed solemnly. Hope felt my presence and opened her eyes, a tired look but the same as her mother’s, Laura. She didn’t have much hair anymore, and it had long since lost its ebony beauty. My heart shrunk in pain. How many times had I watched the people I loved the most leave me? It hurt more each time; there’s no drill and no training to teach one’s heart how to bear the loss of another. My heart grew colder and harder with each death. “Dad.” Hope greeted me with a broken voice. I thought I would have been strong, that the Palladium made me stronger. How wrong I was. I’d already lost my wife Mary, and Laura, then my first daughter, Annah, and now Hope’s life was vanishing before me and I couldn’t do anything about it. With all my resilience, strength, and inhuman capabilities, there I was...a broken father watching his little girl dying. What a cruel destiny the Moîrai had imposed on us Selected. “How are you?” “I’m tired.” She sighed. “But I’m ready.” I took a deep breath and walked up to her. Unable to say anything, I stepped to her bedside and took that bony hand. She smiled. “Your hand is warm, and I’m so cold...” My eyes looked for the nurse. “I’ll tell the doctors to raise the temperature.” Hope shook her head. “Inside...” At those words, my eyes filled with tears. “Darling...” “Dad...” she whispered. “I want my bed.” I managed to collect some air and sound calm. “You won’t last an hour in your bed, sweetie.” “I know.” Hope let go a long sigh. “Would you do something for me?” “Anything.” I looked at her, eager to do whatever she needed. My heart hung to her lips and I bent forward. Her eyes mocked me. “I know where I am.” Befuddled, I probed her mind. “How?” I started. “Am I not your daughter?” I blushed. “Hope, I didn’t want you to—” I glanced down as she squeezed my hand to interrupt me. With an effort, she raised her head. “Shhhh. It’s okay, Dad. Let everyone watch if they need to, but let me watch everyone, too.” My voice cracked. “You’ll never be forgotten.” My eyes held hers. “I love you so much.” “I know, Dad.” Her hand squeezed mine again. “Please, let me see, let me start the new beginning.” I didn’t know then, but those words put the seed of revenge in my heart and found fertile ground.

Honey and Salt

Honey and Salt by David Perlmutter Genre: YA Fantasy Bravery comes in all forms: fighting bullies and fighting your own demons. Honey and Salt is a superhero novella that will draw you in the just fight of a few super heroines. The story is packed with action and humor. Their quest against evil superheroes and … Continue reading Honey and Salt

Beyond the Shadows

Beyond the Shadows by Loree Lough Genre: Romantic Suspense Elice Glasser is a widow with three young children to raise. Cabot Murray is an ex-cop who returns home to Freeland, Maryland, to deal with the pain of his own tragic loss: the death of his wife and daughter in a fiery explosion intended for him. … Continue reading Beyond the Shadows

When You Close Your Eyes

Her fantasy lover is real… “Why are you wearing a suit and tie this time?” She squinted against the sunlight. Please, God, let this be a dream. He moved his head and put her in shade. “This time?” He lifted an eyebrow, perplexed. “You’ll have to forgive me, lass, but I’ve no idea what the devil you’re talking about.” He maneuvered himself off her and sat upright at the end of the swing. She tucked her feet against her, sat up, and blinked at him in utter disbelief. “I came to knock on the door when I saw you on the swing. You tossed and turned, and with the way you grunted, I assumed you were in the middle of some sort of a seizure.” He turned his head and licked his lips, full and abused by her kisses. A mushroom cloud of mortification bloomed inside her, steadily bigger by the minute. “Erm, you…begged me to kiss you, and then you yanked me down. One thing led to another and, well, that was pretty much the way of it. I am only human, though I know it’s no excuse.” He swallowed and stared at her, his Adam’s apple moving in his throat. “I apologize. I shouldn’t have gone down when you pulled me, but it was strange—like you knew me or something.” Lark leaned forward and rubbed her eyes. This couldn’t be real. He had to be a hallucination. When she opened her eyes, she’d see a man in his fifties with a receding hairline, glasses, and a beer gut. She reopened her eyes, and there he was: The full package.

Demons Series

Demon Mine Demons Series Book 1 by Marina Simcoe Genre: Paranormal Romance They are big, strong and silent. Their faces are hidden behind masks and their bodies are enclosed in armor suits. They took me from my home in the middle of the night and have been holding me in isolation for months. I don't … Continue reading Demons Series