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The Book of Harmony by Melissa McShane

The Book of Harmony by Melissa McShane

With the Mercy’s attacks on the Wardens neutralized, Helena prepares for her upcoming wedding to Malcolm Campbell. But when Helena steps into the oracle’s space and finds herself somewhere unfamiliar, the mystery threatens to destroy the Wardens’ tentative peace. Having no explanation for the oracle’s strange behavior, Helena reaches out to a new ally she hopes can answer her questions. Is the oracle trying to […]

June 2, 2020 / 0 Comments
Wave of Dreams by Marty C. Lee

Wave of Dreams by Marty C. Lee

An islander follows her long-lost dad to a cursed island to discover his fate. Treasure or curse? Which will she find? For sixteen-year-old Nia, the best part of becoming an adult is the party. Even while holding it on land for the sake of her gill-less friends, she can flirt with all the cute boys. But her mom’s gift is unexpected— an old treasure map […]

May 29, 2020 / 0 Comments
Her Broken Hero Billionaire by Stephanie Fowers

Her Broken Hero Billionaire by Stephanie Fowers

If she wasn’t on the run, she’d leave… But she’s stuck with him like Persephone with Hades. Welcome to Billionaire Bachelor Mountain Cove. Off the grid, exclusive and remote, it’s the best place for a man to lick his wounds and heal. Jett Eastwood’s climbing accident changes the course of his life forever. Hannah Noah must escape an abusive ex who will do anything to […]

May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Billionaire’s Commitment by Johanna Evelyn

The Billionaire’s Commitment by Johanna Evelyn

Money may save her life, but it can’t promise love. Living in New York was too expensive, so when the medical bills pile up Ensley Morgan lets the dartboard choose where she’s going to live next. When fate chooses Texas she doesn’t look back, until a handsome doctor weasels into her life—and her heart. But falling for her doctor comes with a price she’s not […]

May 18, 2020 / 0 Comments
Soli Hansen: Of Darkness and Light by Heidi Eljarbo

Soli Hansen: Of Darkness and Light by Heidi Eljarbo

Once Soli finds her courage, there’s no turning back. Her personal life is turned upside-down with danger, lies, spying, and an incredible discovery. Oslo, 1944. Soli Hansen’s passion for art history is and always has been a way of life for her. While she spends her days working in an art shop, WWII is taking its toll on everyone. Apprehensive of the consequences, Soli avoids […]

May 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Eidolon by Tiffany Dominguez

The Eidolon by Tiffany Dominguez

In darkness, she found light. Raised by a merciless father who believes that all children should be contributing members of society, Lady Veronica Richmond never measured up. Tortured and beaten down in her cruel etiquette and academic lessons, she refused to cave. She instead became a pimpernel; a defunct debutant by day, but at night, her secret alter-ego known only as the Eidolon does what […]

May 4, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Sheriff’s Bride by Laura D. Bastian

The Sheriff’s Bride by Laura D. Bastian

She’s a tough, no-nonsense doctor moving to the wild west to start anew, he’s the sheriff that is injured while protecting her. When Dr. Beatrice Jones’ father passed away, she was stunned to learn the hospital she’d worked at by his side for years would no longer have her. With nowhere else to go, Beatrice remembers a letter she received from a cousin who had […]

April 30, 2020 / 0 Comments
Depths by Jacque Stevens

Depths by Jacque Stevens

I always knew this day would come. That just as my hair lengthened and my curves formed, I would make the transition from girl to woman. To siren. Arianna is the youngest daughter of a siren. To become a siren herself, she must kill a man and sacrifice his heart to the God of the Deep. But she never expected to be assigned to kill […]

April 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Book of Havoc by Melissa McShane

The Book of Havoc by Melissa McShane

With a successful challenge to the Accords behind her, and her relationship with Malcolm Campbell made public, Helena Davies’ life seems perfect. Then the attacks begin. As the enemy magi known as the Mercy wreak havoc on Warden strongholds, Helena and the oracular bookstore Abernathy’s play their role in guiding the Wardens. But the oracle knows a deadly secret, one Helena struggles to interpret while […]

April 21, 2020 / 0 Comments
Fifteen-Sixteenths by Renae Weight Mackley

Fifteen-Sixteenths by Renae Weight Mackley

One girl’s civil war on civil rights could get her suspended from school. Being fifteen-sixteenths white shouldn’t matter. But in 1963, as a new girl at an all-white South Carolina high school, it does. Discovery of Charlotte’s mixed ancestry would mean her suspension—removing her from friends, a boyfriend, and her best chance for a drama scholarship. When Gran breaks her leg and moves in, Charlotte’s […]

April 1, 2020 / 0 Comments