Barring Borders by Lauren Rice

The beautiful story of two people.
Aiden Morrow is a reclusive, burly mans-man.
Holly Davis is a country girl through and through.
Aiden has a secret. He’s a werebear. He keeps his distance, because he suspects the small town will have a hard time understanding.
He’s right.

Targeted Audience: 12+

Author Bio:
Beautiful lady. Ex-dance and fitness instructor Lauren Rice at once writes paranormal romances . When she's not writing, she can be found aerobics, dancing, cosmetology.

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Here Comes Trouble by Natalie Acres

here-comes-troubleEllie Hunter wasn’t looking for a protector, but she definitely wanted a place to lay low and hide. Divorced from her abusive husband for over six months, Ellie goes to Trouble’s gates as a last resort after her ex pays her a “final” visit.

Allister McCall, Ryan Thomas, Derek Swinney, and Bradley Powers have known Ellie for the better part of their lives and the memory of sharing her is stamped in their minds. When Ellie arrives in small town Trouble, the men jump to all sorts of illicit assumptions.

Once Ellie reconnects with Allister, Ryan, Derek, and Bradley, Ellie’s life is seemingly complete, assuming her ex-husband will let her live in peace. With Navy SEALs training behind them, Ellie’s men are confident Ellie’s ex will finally let her go but if he refuses there will be hell to pay. One way or another, four men will ensure Ellie is protected, loved, cherished, honored, and adored.

Targeted Audience: Over 21–Adults Only

Author Bio:
Natalie Acres is the author of several bestselling titles including the #1 Bookstrand and Amazon bestselling western and erotic titles Sex Games, Sex Party, Cowboy Boots and Untamed Hearts and others. Her latest series, Contemporary Cowboys includes Sexual Healing, Sexual Expression, and Sexual Affection. Here Comes Trouble kicks off a new western series for the author

Natalie has been married for over twenty-four years. She currently resides in East Tennessee with four pampered pets. Her daughter lives nearby and her son is serving in the United States Navy.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Small town romances have been popular for years, but I didn’t want to create one for my readers until I had time to build upon the foundations that are imperative in a well written small town romance. Here Comes Trouble sets the stage for a community like any other with a few obvious differences right from the start. It’s a safety haven for abused women but the founding fathers have opened their gates to some comical characters along the way, too. Hopefully readers will enjoy visiting Trouble and will revisit often as these books unfold with vibrant characters in a world that could exist just a stone’s throw from any other American city.

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More Than Just Pretend by Claire Baxter

More-than-Just-Pretend_500After a bitter divorce, Gwen desperately wants to create a stable home for her teenage daughter. Returning to her hometown, Gwen finds that her parents’ old house needs work, and builder Tyler, a man who knows how to wear a tool belt, is just the man to do it.

But Gwen and Tyler have a history, and when her daughter convinces them to pose as a couple at a family function, some very real feelings resurface. When the fake relationship ends, will they break their own rules and take a risk on one that’s more than just pretend?

Targeted Audience: Romance readers

Author Bio:
Claire Baxter writes contemporary romantic fiction of all lengths. Her short stories have been published in commercial women’s magazines around the world, while her novels have been translated into 20 languages, and have been nominated for the Romance Writers of Australia’s Romantic Book of the Year Award, the Booksellers’ Best Awards, the RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Awards, and the Cataromance Reviewers’ Choice Awards (winner, Best Harlequin Romance).

Claire grew up in Warwickshire, England, but for more than 20 years has called Australia home. She considers herself lucky to live near one of Adelaide’s beautiful metropolitan beaches where she loves to walk and think up stories.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
More Than Just Pretend is the second in a series of romantic novellas about the Selwood sisters. (Each book is a stand-alone story.)

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Shadow Sanctuary by Inge H. Borg

BN-Sanctuary-FramedAttractive and successful, Monika Lenz has had it.
With the city. With her job. And with men.
A year alone in a Sierra Nevada mountain cabin should bring the fifty-year-old back on track. There will be beauty, and there will be peace and quiet. But there are also shadows that invade her sanctuary. Foreboding and relentless, they grasp at her and lure her soul deeper into its recesses.
Will the elusive Jack MacGreedy pull her back from the abyss she has created in her mind, and in her heart?

Targeted Audience: Adult (No adult language)

Author Bio:
Born and raised in Austria, Inge H. Borg completed her language studies in London and Paris. To continue her study of French (in a round-about way), she accepted a job at the French Embassy in Moscow. After Ms. Borg was transferred to the States, she worked on both coasts, and after several years of living in San Diego, she became a US citizen.

Ms. Borg now lives in a diversified lake community in Arkansas, where she continues to write historical and contemporary fiction. She also published a non-fiction book about her cat and its former shelter buddies. Her poetry has been published in over twenty anthologies and was chosen for professionally recorded readings. Her hobbies include world literature, opera, sailing and, of course, devising new plots for future novels.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The idea for this novella rattled around in my head for a long time under the title Mountain Meadows. Then, against my better judgment, I listened to general sentiment and named it Clouds of the Heart. I was also wrong in choosing a cover that clearly pandered to a different crowd. Under “readers also looked at…” the books that came up had muscles bulging, bosoms heaving, bodies thrashing…you get the idea. Those readers would be clearly disappointed with my protagonist’s journey into darkness (and probably impatient with my rather lyrical writing style).

I ditched Clouds and renamed the novella Shadow Sanctuary giving it a new cover; no heaving. Granted, both may appear esoteric to the casual reader, and I won’t get rich with it. But I am a lot happier to have my name associated with this one.

I feel that my decision “to pander or not to pander” is the right one. All I can hope for is that my readers will agree.

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