Tag: Novella

Forbidden Forest: Lady of Shadows by Amber Argyle

Forbidden Forest: Lady of Shadows by Amber Argyle

A lady. A soldier. And the beast that hunts them… Can you hear him? The beast is coming for you. Lady Caelia has shut herself in her manor house for months, hiding from her town’s stinging gossip and her father’s bitter disappointment. She’s convinced her life couldn’t possibly be any worse. And then her only remaining friend is taken by the beast of the Forbidden […]

June 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Little Clean Fun by Lorin Grace

A Little Clean Fun by Lorin Grace

Single Man with toilet paper searching for a single woman with hand sanitizer for some good clean fun. What if someone answered this ad? Thanks to my readers, Sierra did. Her resulting real-time romance with Cade covered the entire month of April as my readers chose names, competed in scavenger hunts, and voted on what would happen next. The results? A fun romance with all […]

May 20, 2020 / 1 Comment
Secretive in Sacramento by Marie Higgins

Secretive in Sacramento by Marie Higgins

Miss Justina Bradford has had her heart broken too many times to count. When threats of being kidnapped start to happen, she hires a detective agency to help her find the responsible party. The agent assigned to her case is the man who she’d loved so long ago. Confused about her feelings for him now and what had happened in the past, she seeks the […]

May 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
Between Now and Forever by Lucinda Whitney

Between Now and Forever by Lucinda Whitney

She’s a librarian on vacation. He’s a reclusive author who’s scared to trust. Can their friendship survive her departure? When Sarah Linden-Price arrives at a rental cabin in Maine, she has only one goal—to complete the promised photography project for her best friend and head back to Manhattan. Making friends isn’t part of the plan. But when a walk on the beach results in a […]

April 29, 2020 / 0 Comments
Dear Lovelorn by Marie Higgins

Dear Lovelorn by Marie Higgins

No one takes Annette Baldwin seriously as an aspiring journalist. Not even her father, the owner of a prominent newspaper. At the age of 25, most view her as a hopeless spinster, an utterly lost cause, and painfully few see the talented writer she’s become. When her father is forced to fire one of his journalists, he relents and allows Annette to publish an article […]

April 28, 2020 / 0 Comments
Hallie’s Hero by Ranée S. Clark

Hallie’s Hero by Ranée S. Clark

Nash Roberts secretly writes fan-fiction scripts for his favorite TV show, He Spies, She Spies. That is, until a well-meaning friend submits one of the scripts to a contest and Nash wins. His secret is out and everyone in Little River is talking about him even more than when he stepped aside so his ex could run off with a country music star. Actress Hallie […]

April 16, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Trouble with Lucy by Julia Ridgmont

The Trouble with Lucy by Julia Ridgmont

He traveled to the ends of the earth for her, and is now seeking her hand in marriage. But what if she wants to give it to his brother instead? Belle, Wyoming, 1882 It all started fifteen years ago with a bald-faced lie. When John Turnpike started paying attention to young and impressionable Lucy Mae Jackson, she thought it might lead to a marriage proposal. […]

March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments
Dragon Sanctum: Circus of Scales by Constance Roberts

Dragon Sanctum: Circus of Scales by Constance Roberts

Ivy and her dragon familiar, Celestia, are bound to the Circus of Scales. People flock from all over the Emerald Continent to watch the pair’s death defying act. With the threat of dragon hunters lurking in every town, Ivy knows the circus is the safest place for her beloved dragon. Still, Ivy wishes she could give Celestia the freedom a magnificent creature deserves – instead […]

March 3, 2020 / 0 Comments
Emmeline by Jennifer Moore

Emmeline by Jennifer Moore

As Arthur Bremerton, Lord Mather, hurries to the opening session of Parliament, he is incensed to find his way blocked by a boisterous group protesting for women’s rights. But his annoyance turns to mortification when he finds his own cousin among their ranks, alongside a beautiful suffragette who engages him in a fierce battle of words and wills. Emmeline’s fight for equality is just one […]

February 17, 2020 / 0 Comments
My Secret Valentine by Jaclyn Weist

My Secret Valentine by Jaclyn Weist

My teacher has finally let me do what I want with the Valentine’s Day column for the school paper, and I’m ecstatic. Instead of a regular old ad, I’ve decided to make it a way for people to ask their dates to the dance. How was I supposed to know that I somehow manage to create the perfect opportunity for my secret admirer to finally […]

February 14, 2020 / 0 Comments