• Cold Warriors by Clare Dargin

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    Left in cryogenic stasis for nearly a century, Caitlin Driskoll is awakened and drafted into a war she knows nothing about. Expected to defend a world where her kind is despised and expendable, she discovers love and respect from the one man who can’t be associated with her.

    Lieutenant Colonel Medoro Keegan has spent a lifetime in the Marines. With no family to speak of, the Corps and his ship, the USS Blanchard, are all the loved ones he needs…until Caitlin sparks a fire within, that threatens to consume him if he doesn’t walk away.

    Will he choose a life of certainty in the only world he knows or give it all to Caitlin and run the risk of losing someone, yet again?

  • Love Next Door by Amelia Bishop

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    Leo has taken a break from dating… a long break. He’d rather be alone than have his heart broken again. So, he keeps the crush he has on his sexy neighbor Matt a secret and spends his nights alone. But soon Matt discovers Leo’s feelings and they begin a relationship that quickly grows too intense for both of them. To make it work, they’ll both have to risk heartbreak and learn to trust.

  • Monsoon Reign by R.C. Fettig

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    Kathair wanted answers to her lost memories. Instead of answers she found herself magically bound to the very man her nightmares warned her against.

    In a dark world torn apart by war, Fayodale rebuilt itself into a feudalistic society full of religious and political corruption.

    Public executions are performed as entertainment and families pay tribute for a goddess to provide them with children birthed through a mysterious pool.

    So when the wife of a prominent politician becomes pregnant, the kingdom is thrown into chaos. Using his powers and influence, the Duke will stop at nothing to take the throne and Kathair must decide whether to accept her fate or attempt to flee as her world crashes down around her.

    Monsoon Reign is a dark, romantic fantasy that contains violence, language and sexual situations.

  • Ring of Lies by Victoria Howard

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    Set in the steamy heat of the Florida Gulf Coast, Ring of Lies is the story of one woman’s struggle to find the truth surrounding her marriage and her husband’s true identity.

    When English accountant Daniel Elliott dies in a car accident one rainy night, his widow, Grace, is overcome with grief…and panic. Daniel was controlling and their marriage loveless, but he always took care of the sheltered Grace.

    Or so she thought.

    She soon discovers Daniel kept secrets: an alias, mob ties, a list of numbers, a mysterious beach house in Florida….and a girlfriend who looks like Grace.

    Swallowing her fear, she flies to Miami to claim the house Daniel left her. But the price of her curiosity is peril. Underworld figures stalk her. The other woman has left a damning trail of evidence pointing her way. And handsome, troubled FBI agent Jack West has crossed precarious paths with Grace before. He could be her savior or her damnation. All she knows for certain is that she longs to be in his arms.

    With little to go on and danger at every turn, Grace must depend on Jack to help her navigate the criminal world of south Florida, and find the truth behind the Ring of Lies.

  • My Name Is Hardly by Martin Crosbie

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    A beautiful girl is missing, and may or may not want to be found, a soldier on his last and most dangerous mission, and a vow made to a dying friend. Northern Ireland, in 1996, was one of the most dangerous places in the world. The government called it a state of unrest, the people who lived through it called it the time of “The Troubles”.

    Gerald “Hardly” McDougall is a forgotten man. He’s abused, bullied, and left behind. The only escape left is to join the British Army. At first, he’s a reluctant soldier, then everything changes when tensions in Northern Ireland escalate and the Army need a man with a particular set of characteristics. Hardly’s re-assigned and sent into the heart of the troubles, living in the same houses as the IRA soldiers he’s fighting against.

    MY NAME IS HARDLY takes the reader on a twenty year journey through Hardly’s life–from the beginning, when he leaves Scotland and joins the Army, to the tragic final days when his time as a spy in Ireland has to come to an end.

    Follow-up to the #1 Amazon Bestseller-MY TEMPORARY LIFE.

    Please note-although this is book two of a trilogy, it is a stand-alone novel, and it’s not necessary to read the first book in the series in order to enjoy MY NAME IS HARDLY.

  • Almost by Anne Eliot

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    Almost was an Amazon.com, top 100, Kindle Reader’s Choice book at #11 for 2012 and an Amazon top 100 bestselling book in Children/Teens.

    At a freshman party she doesn’t remember…Jess Jordan was almost raped.

    …Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.

    Three years later, Jess has managed to make everyone believe she’s better. Over it. Because she is.

    …Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.

    Unfortunately, until Jess proves she’s back to normal activities, her parents won’t discuss college. So, she lands a summer internship and strikes a deal with hockey jock, Gray Porter: He gets $8,000. She gets a fake boyfriend and a social life.

    Jess has no idea Gray signed on for reasons other than money. She also never expects to fall in love. But Gray’s amazingly hot, holds her hand all the time, and makes her forget that he’s simply doing his job. It’s like having a real boyfriend

    …Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.

    Gray Porter is hiding secrets of his own. About Jess Jordan. About why he’s driven to protect her, why he won’t cash her checks, or deny her anything she asks.

    (Sweet teen romance, suitable for younger teens.)

  • Awakening (A Dangerous Man #1) by Serena Grey

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    His voice is hoarse. “I am going to make love to you now.” He says, “So if you want me to stop, tell me.”

    I shake my head frantically. If he stops at this point, I’ll probably die.

    Sophie Bennett has virtually no experience with men. Orphaned from birth, she’s gone from living with her reclusive spinster aunt, to a sheltered education in a catholic boarding school. So nothing prepares her for David Preston. The intensely attractive business-man is entirely out of her league. Can she handle such a dangerous man, or is she in over her head?

    Short Romance Novella: 11,000 words or 60 pages.

  • Agent of Influence by Russell Hamilton

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    Out of the ashes of war-torn Cairo after WWII the Muslim Brotherhood becomes a new kingmaker in Egypt. A rift develops in the Brotherhood and a secret sect forms calling themselves the Brotherhood of the Caliphate. They are patient, cunning, and understand who their true enemy is. Now after fifty years the pieces are in order for them to make their decisive move.

    There are no instant gratification terrorists in this thriller. You will be introduced to Muslim casino owner Aman Kazim, making his fortune during the mafia heydays of Las Vegas in the 50s and 60s, Aziz A’zami, a former horse trainer and WWII spy living out his last days in Islamic Cairo, and their protégé, Zachariah Hardin, who after thirty years has ascended the political hierarchy of the United States.

    Agent of Influence takes globe-trotting CIA spy Anna Starks through Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Cairo, Louisville, and Washington, D.C. as she races against time to piece together President-Elect Hardin’s sinister past before it is too late. What she finds could alter the landscape of the United States forever.

    Find out why Kirkus Indie Reviews says that “Agent of Influence is a taut political thriller that moves with speed and agility.”

  • My mother in law’s lover by S M Mala

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    My mother in law, Joan, is a thorn in my side. I’m her son’s widow and mother of one.

    I truly want a relationship with a man I can trust… and I need some sex as it has been a long… long… long… time.

    I can’t find a man who wants me and who I want, leaving me deflated and sexually frustrated… then I meet Hal.

    He’s everything a woman would want, handsome, successful and most importantly, he knows how to push my buttons in and out of bed… there’s only one little problem…

    It’s a love triangle at an ever so warped angle but when you desperately need someone, anyone can be better than no-one… unless it’s your mother in law’s lover.

  • A 3rd Time to Die by George A Bernstein

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    Ashley Easton rescues a badly abused horse, deciding to return to show jumping, the passion of her youth. The animal gives unquestioned love, something lacking from her husband, Keith. But when Ashley begins to compete, she is terrified as the show course seemingly changes into an old forest and the jumps appear as real walls, fences and trees. Her thoughts spill through her head in elegant French. As she attacks the fences with an unfamiliar, fearless abandon, she begins winning every competition.

    Craig Thornton, an avid horseman, happens upon Ashley’s first competition, entranced as he watches her jump her horse, Injun. Mystically drawn toward each other, it’s as if they knew the other…but from where? After several missed opportunities, they finally meet, becoming fast friends, their love of jumping horses a mutual bond.

    Ashley seeks therapy to address a strange terror swamping her whenever she’s intimate. During hypnotic regression, she’s stunned to find herself in two apparent past lives, first in the 17th Century, on a fox hunt as the fearless French horsewoman who fills her head while jumping, and again, 150 years later in Philadelphia, a shipping tycoons daughter. Both times she is fulfilled by glorious romance, followed by the terror of their brutal murder while making fervid love in a forested glade!

    The doctor says these are figments of her subconscious, but he’s shaken, knowing the truth. He realizes those were real past lives, and their killer may be lurking again, nearby.

    Ashley and Craig soon discover more than friendship. As these two newly rediscovered lovers struggle to free themselves from broken marriages, others plan to fulfill a 300-year-old legacy of death.