‘Anomaly’ by S.A. McAuley
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When Staff Sergeant Galen Welc is handed Temporary Additional Duty orders that move him to the Marine Corps base at Twentynine Palms, he thinks he’s prepared for what’s to come. Known for his uncanny ability to spot improvised explosive devices, he’s pitted against the latest in defense technology. He trusts his instincts and his training, but they may just be leading him somewhere—and to an explosive reaction with someone—he could never see coming.
‘Always Ready’ by T.A. Chase
Curvy, slightly self-conscious Claire Redmon is a woman with a few addictions: her dopey dog, inhaler, and fantasies about a big, muscled-up bear of a guy who she just knows is going to sweep her off her feet.
Yeah, right. Dating has never been this scientist’s forte, but she’s about to learn that when it comes to bears, reality is always better than fantasy, and two is ALWAYS better than one!
Kidnapped from their clan as cubs, tortured and subjected to experiments, Stone and Fury are barely ...more
Rule one: No sex without a condom
Rule two: No sleeping together
Rule three: No kissing on the lips
They were the three simple rules that James lived by as an escort. He owned Pure Filth, the escort service that guaranteed men and women satisfaction. Then she made an appointment and everything changed.
Being a virgin at twenty-five was not Haley’s intention, but she didn’t trust men. Her drunken friend’s suggestion has Haley making an appointment.
One night with his rules broken, James can’t get enough. He offers ...more
Kat says: If you love stories of old Hollywood, the synopsis of A Touch of Stardust teases behind the scenes drama on the Gone With the Wind set. Through the eyes of aspiring screenwriter / personal assistant Julie Crawford, you do enjoy a front seat to clashes between David Selznick and directors, actors, and studio heads, but GWTW accounts for only a fraction of Stardust. The true star of the show is Carole Lombard who, while not even in the cast, nonetheless plays a crucial role ...more
Dixie Lee Brown concludes her thrilling Trust No One series with the fast-paced tale of a damaged hero and the sexy fugitive he can’t help falling for.
Samantha “Mac” McCallister barely believes her own tale of dirty cops and murder that landed her in the hands of the sexy Jim Brady. One minute she was enjoying a ride-along in her best friend’s cruiser, the next he’s dead and she’s wanted for his murder. Mac never expected to be hiding out from the law, but with Jim ...more
Morgan Jones, Mojo to his friends, loves his life. He and his long-time partner, Jasper, have the best of both worlds. While they loved each other exclusively, they are free to bring women into their bed. When Mojo spots April in Club Maverick, he knows he has to have her.
When April Lawson sets eyes on the large, bald bartender, she thinks she’s died and gone to heaven. All she wants is to be in Mojo’s bed, as soon as possible. The thought of sleeping with ...more
The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Bengal’s Quest ignites the most dangerous instincts known to man, woman, and beast in these Breed novellas, collected in one volume for the first time.
The Breed Next Door
Lyra thinks her new neighbor looks too good to be true. But Tarek Jordan is even more than he seems: a Breed Enforcer on the run. And even though he wants her, Tarek knows Lyra could get burned—unless she embraces the danger that comes with loving a Breed.
Kat says: I’ve read some of Weir’s non-fiction works on the Tudors, and my interest in the subject attracted me to her fictionalized account of Elizabeth I’s reign. Any novel depicting the first Elizabeth’s reign is going to be ambitious, and while Weir covers a vast amount of territory the focus holds on the lengthy cat and mouse game the queen played with numerous suitors. A nice read for Tudor fans.
In this compelling novel of Tudor drama and suspense, acclaimed author Alison Weir brings to life ...more
Elizabeth Fisher: Come on, admit it. Revenge can be sweet. Unfortunately, that so-called sweetness can leave a bitter aftertaste that’s more than just a metaphor. Ask Elzetta Swan, if you don’t believe me.
In my debut novel, CURSE ME NOT, you join Appalachian unsophisticate Elzetta as she explores the preternatural side of a world where revenge curses are real,…[Read more]
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Julez S Morbius: Out on February 28th.
Isaac instantly becomes intrigued with a handsome man he notices across the room at the club. Turns out, this man has certainly noticed Isaac, and has been watching him the entire night. Too bad he’s disappeared before Isaac could make a move.
For the next few weeks the man seems show up everywhere Isaac is, constantly…[Read more]
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