Publisher: Indie

Starlight Legend by Alana Lee

Starlight Legend by Alana Lee

A forgotten realm. A false friend. A dying star to save. Elliana made a big mistake that taught her to keep her mouth shut and just be nice. But living too safely and avoiding risks all together gets old, so she takes a risk of the heart. That little risk turns her world upside down and inside out in ways she never could have imagined, […]

October 24, 2021 / 0 Comments
The Holiday Ex-Files by Jennifer Peel

The Holiday Ex-Files by Jennifer Peel

Once upon a time people called me the holiday queen. But catching my husband under the Christmas tree with another woman kind of did something to me. Like make me digitally crop him out of all our wedding photos and post them online. Who knew that post would go viral? Thanks to all the requests I received to do the same for other jilted partners, […]

October 22, 2021 / 0 Comments
Permissible Love by M.B. Padovich

Permissible Love by M.B. Padovich

Ryker and Saylor have been the best of friends since childhood, but their relationship goes deeper than just friendship. They were brought together when their parents got married. With the combination of Saylor’s love and compassion and Ryker’s deep-seated need to protect those he loves, we watch these two individuals overcome personal demons as they mature from adolescence to adulthood. Can they learn to accept […]

October 5, 2021 / 0 Comments
Fair Mountain Christmas by Heidi Eljarbo

Fair Mountain Christmas by Heidi Eljarbo

Nostalgia and Christmas miracles burn bright in this uplifting and heartwarming story about new beginnings and falling in love under a blanket of stars. Fair Mountain, December 1972. A few days before Christmas, Juni’s editor gives her a writing assignment that throws her far outside her comfort zone. She and her terrier, Leo, retreat to her grandparents’ old cabin in the Norwegian mountains in hopes […]

October 4, 2021 / 0 Comments
Oak and Ivy by Rebekah Isert

Oak and Ivy by Rebekah Isert

Power. Magic. Sacrifice. All Margot wanted was a break. Moving three hundred miles north from deep Michigan to really deep Michigan, she’s looking for a normal job and a normal life. She thinks she’s found it at Our Lady of the Wood Psychiatric Hospital. She really should have looked somewhere else. Oak and Ivy: A modern retelling of Tam Lin

October 2, 2021 / 0 Comments
Heartless Hette by M.L. Farb

Heartless Hette by M.L. Farb

Come to Germania, where a clockwork heart rules and a fool advises—and a laugh can bring both to their knees. When Princess Hette refuses a sorcerer’s proposal, he retaliates by stealing her heart—literally. Desperate to resist his influence, Hette makes herself emotionless, stifling all feelings until she can find her heart and win it back. The Court Fool is the only one who knows where […]

October 1, 2021 / 0 Comments
It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Grace J. Croy

It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Grace J. Croy

She’s alone and pregnant. He’s been burned by relationships in the past. Pretending to date might be just what they both need. The betrayal of her ex-boyfriend is the only blip in Avery Morgan’s otherwise perfectly planned-out life. That is until she finds out she’s pregnant with his baby. With her future in shambles, the only person she knows she can rely on is her […]

September 30, 2021 / 0 Comments
Soli Hansen: Hidden Masterpiece by Heidi Eljarbo

Soli Hansen: Hidden Masterpiece by Heidi Eljarbo

Soli has gone undercover to keep valuable art from falling into the hands of Nazi thieves. She is thrown into the menacing thick of the war. Another masterpiece is missing. But the Baroque painting is not all the Nazis are after. Norway 1944. Art historian Soli Hansen has gone undercover to rescue masterpieces and keep them from falling into the hands of Nazi thieves. Working […]

September 28, 2021 / 0 Comments
Desolation: The Forgotten Queen by Kortney Keisel

Desolation: The Forgotten Queen by Kortney Keisel

She’s trying to remember. He’s trying to pretend. Sydria Hasler is a blank slate. After a tragic accident, her images of the past have vanished. All she wants is to get her memory back and return home—wherever home is. But the more she rebuilds her past, the more she wants to fight for a future with King Marx. Too bad it’s all a sham. King […]

September 27, 2021 / 0 Comments
Madeline by Zina Abbott

Madeline by Zina Abbott

Madeline Denham realizes something doesn’t add up. More than with her siblings, her parents are very careful about whom they allow to socialize with her. As often as she is complimented on her appearance, there are those who study her as if they know something she doesn’t. She suspects her family is hiding something. Approaching her twenty-second birthday, she is painfully aware she has never […]

September 23, 2021 / 0 Comments