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Spark of Intrigue by Marty C. Lee

Spark of Intrigue by Marty C. Lee

The gods are in danger again… and Zefra is the only one with the clues to save them. In the last two years, fire mage Zefra helped defeat a band of pirates, avert a war, and even rescue the gods. What can’t she do? Find a job. Though her deeds are famous, no one believes the legends are about a scrawny, sixteen-year-old girl. With no […]

January 4, 2021 / 0 Comments
Love Notes by Jadelynn Asher

Love Notes by Jadelynn Asher

Diane has a house, enough clients to pay the bills, a gaming guild poised to make a splash in a competitive arena, and lyrics that might take Broadway by storm—if only she could find the right music. Her neighbor’s grandson might be the hottest thing she’s ever seen on a mower, but can he really write the music her words deserve? Connor loves his family, […]

December 15, 2020 / 0 Comments
Soli Hansen: The Other Cipher by Heidi Eljarbo

Soli Hansen: The Other Cipher by Heidi Eljarbo

Two women—separated by more than three hundred years—are connected through their love of art. 1613. Fabiola Ruber has been wed to a man she does not know and must live in a country with a new language and different customs. The memories of a lost love in her hometown Malta haunt her, and she sets out to find an artist who can do her portrait […]

December 2, 2020 / 0 Comments
Draco Sang: Dragon Blood by Mary Beesley

Draco Sang: Dragon Blood by Mary Beesley

Twin brothers, separated at birth and raised as enemies. Cal, a hungry sixteen-year-old sick of mining the sand, wants to fit in and make his ma proud, but instead, his violent tendencies bring shame. And the truth. He’s the son of a Draco Sang. Carriers of the Dragon’s blood, the Draco Sang transform into half human half beast as they mature into adults. And if […]

November 4, 2020 / 0 Comments
Heirs of Willow North: Stranger to the Crown by Melissa McShane

Heirs of Willow North: Stranger to the Crown by Melissa McShane

Elspeth North, born and raised far from her Tremontanan homeland, wants nothing more than the peaceful, holy life of a priestess. Although born a princess, she believes her father’s abdication means politics and intrigue have nothing to do with her. But her cousin King Francis’s untimely death and a twist of Tremontanan law changes her whole life…and makes Elspeth Queen of Tremontane. With no formal […]

October 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
Fallen Emrys: Corrupted by E.E. Everly

Fallen Emrys: Corrupted by E.E. Everly

An immortal dragon guardian, a portal to a new world, and the corrupted mortals who fawn all over her. As a warrior stuck in a peaceful world of mock tournaments, preparing for a battle that will never come, Niawen feels like a pawn. Waiting. Overly still. Unrest pushes her toward the unknown, to the mortal world beyond the portal—a place she is told is full […]

September 9, 2020 / 0 Comments
Imprints: Checked In by Teyla Branton

Imprints: Checked In by Teyla Branton

A check-in at a bed and breakfast almost turns into a checked-out for Autumn Rain. Autumn Rain hadn’t planned to spend any part of her honeymoon at a bed and breakfast run by her new in-laws, but when her father-in-law comes under suspicion in a man’s sudden disappearance, she and her homicide detective husband are pulled into the investigation. As they search for answers, it […]

September 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
Something Borrowed by Jenny Rabe

Something Borrowed by Jenny Rabe

Borrowing your best friend’s shirt is okay. Borrowing her ex is not. Christine Swanson is a number cruncher and fact checker, but her crush on her best friend’s ex, Toby Cannon, has always left her with a negative balance. When she needs a date for her cousin’s wedding, her best friend suggests borrowing Toby for the week. Toby goes along with the fake relationship with […]

August 31, 2020 / 0 Comments
Falling Down Under by Lisa Swinton

Falling Down Under by Lisa Swinton

Her wedding will save her family from ruin. But opera’s Aussie bad boy won’t let the ring on her finger stop him. Will she choose her family or her heart? Giada’s sick of hearing Jack Wellington’s name before she even lands in Australia for her next opera. And her mother doesn’t need to be there to ensure Giada doesn’t fall prey to his charms. She’s […]

August 29, 2020 / 0 Comments
Her Only Hope by Julia Ridgmont

Her Only Hope by Julia Ridgmont

Running from her father’s murderer might keep her safe for a while, but it won’t protect her heart. January 1882 Alexandra Carter was supposed to marry Jacob Mahoney. At least, that was what her younger self believed when he worked in her father’s blacksmith shop years ago. At that impressionable age, she could have watched his well-muscled arms perform such manly work for hours. But […]

August 28, 2020 / 0 Comments