• Sound Bites: A Rock & Roll Love Story by Rachel K. Burke

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    Renee Evans has a knack for trouble. After walking in on her best friend and boyfriend in bed together, twenty-five year-old Renee flees sunny Los Angeles and her dream job as a music journalist and returns to her hometown of Boston – only to meet Dylan Cavallari, the mysterious, aspiring musician who lives in her apartment building. Dylan’s piercing gaze and womanizing demeanor make him exactly the type of guy that Renee should steer clear of – which is most likely the reason she falls for him. But when Renee’s troublesome ex comes back and threatens to drive her and Dylan apart, Renee is forced to face her past and save her relationship with Dylan before it’s too late.

    Sound Bites dramatizes what happens when Renee finds herself caught between a painful past and an uncertain future. Happiness turns out to be within her grasp, but it all depends on whether she can trust herself enough to make the right decisions. Sound Bites is a novel about love, friendship, betrayal, forgiveness, and the power of music to help you find your way.

  • Double Her Fantasy by Randi Alexander

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    At a comic book convention, artist Megan Shore is thrilled to meet action movie hunk Garret McGatlin. Usually reclusive, Megan flirts with the leading man of her sexual fantasies. He invites her to his suite for a drink, but when she arrives, his rancher brother Trey opens the door and unleashes Megan’s cowboy fantasy. Both men pour on the charm, and she can’t decide which of them she desires more.

    The McGatlin brothers have shared women, but none of them were like Megan, irresistible and perfect for both of them. Working together, they execute a potent seduction. During a hot, amazing week, the three-way relationship becomes emotionally charged. When they’re thrown into the media spotlight, Megan fears the exposure will trigger a past threat. Garrett and Trey need to prove they can keep Megan safe as well as happy and satisfied in their arms.

  • Masterpiece by Ashley Chunell

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    Jac Prescott is an aspiring artist. After a rough past, Jac made a fresh start in San Diego when he got a job at a local art gallery, owned by one of the richest men in the city. It was an ordinary day at work when Jac’s life was turned upside when he met Evangelina Harper, daughter of the gallery owner.

    Evangelina is your typical heiress; rich, snobby and arrogant. But when her father cuts her off from her inheritance, her life too is turned upside down when Jac, a poor and down-to-earth guy, takes her in and they start to get close.

    In time, the two begin to see that they’re not so different after all as they face ups and downs on the way to their own masterpiece.

  • Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden by Otessa Ghadar

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    You know that summer, right… the summer where EVERYTHING changed? Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden (OJBG) is that summer. And Bishop’s Garden is the place where it all happens. It’s the summer of ’94 and naive and rebellious teens are engaging in all kinds of underage tomfoolery. Think grunge, Doc Martens, raves, the invincibility of youth, and epic first loves.

    This book details the lives of a group of teenagers navigating high school and growing up in DC during the 1990’s. It’s all about teen magic– creating new and marvelous mischief with best friends, listening to mix-tapes and reading Sassy magazines, missing the last Metro, and getting stuck miles from payphones. Accompany the young heroine, Sarah, as she gets herself into idle summer misbehaving, love triangle betrayals, and friendship fallouts. This is a story about what her life is like before school’s truly over and she knows it’s all going to change for good. It’s about the friends she’ll never forget, those first mistakes, and her childish dreams not yet polluted by reality. She and her friends will engage in typical teen idolatry of hot musicians and renegades. They’ll set each other up and tear each other down. They’ll crash house parties and realize that sometimes in life, there are no ‘do-overs.’ They’ll steal cars, candies, and hearts. They’ll make you wish you were a teen again.

    This book contains the full collection of scripts from season one of the oldest and longest running teen web series, “Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden.” And it’s the prequel to the epic romance between two teen girls that has become known as “The Sarah & Gwen Experience.” The love story develops in season 2 and spans to season 6. It’s part recollection, part urban legend, and part pure fiction, and completely inspired by the author’s memories of growing up in DC and the enchantment of her youth. The author, Otessa Ghadar, captures teen life as it is lived–dramatic, filled with self-discovery, and the pain of growing up. Together, as a whole, the stories and the characters ring true. Read the book and you’ll realize you’ve either been– or known– one of these characters before.

    Venture into Bishop’s Garden and remember what it feels like to have your whole life ahead of you! Best part is, when you’re done reading, you can meet the characters by watching the webseries adaptation online (www.ojinbg.com).

  • Gone Hollywood: A Romantic Comedy by Sally Mason

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    A comedy about getting lost and finding love. Movie star Cord McCann and farm girl Bobby Champagne collide in Hollywood (Hollywood, Texas, that is!) and start a romance that’s as sweet, sexy and hilarious as it is unlikely.

  • The Doctor’s Secret Bride by Ana E Ross

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    Michelle Carter has been down on her luck since the day she was born. So it comes as no surprise when through a series of unfortunate events, she finds herself jobless, penniless, and practically homeless. In a desperate attempt to get back on her feet, Michelle accepts a job as a nanny, and finds it absolutely impossible to resist the sexual magnetism of her handsome, sexy billionaire boss–but resist she must for as long as she could, especially since she’s keeping secrets from him.

    Believing that his late wife betrayed him with another man, falling in love again is the last thing Dr. Erik LaCrosse wants to do. But fall, he does, and so hard, he secretly marries the alluring nanny from the wrong side of the tracks. However, when he unearths a disturbing secret from Michelle’s past, Erik must choose between his loyalty to a dead woman and the love burning in his heart for one who is very much alive.

  • Good Vibration by S M Mala

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    Sylvie works in an e-commerce company, ‘Good Vibration’, specializing in the distribution of adult toys. She’s surrounded by colorful people as well as interesting items she refuses to use.

    The place has been her lifeline, even though it’s made out of silicone and plastic, for two and a half years as she still tries to come to terms with the devastation of losing of her husband while bringing up their daughter, alone.

    Her world is turned upside down when her work partner collapses and his stepson, Finlay, comes in to sort out the business, which his family own.

    The consummated snob isn’t impressed with it and wants it to shut it down. He finds the product and people distasteful … and it shows. And he has his own problems, as his beautiful French wife has just told him she’s pregnant but he might not be the father.

    Determined to keep the place open, against someone fixed on closing it down, the pair fight tooth and nail to achieve what they want, both poles apart on how they see the world and why.

    But could opposites really attract?

    Or is it that they want to be with that person, but all for the wrong reasons?

    It’s about finding unexpected love in the most extraordinary place when faced with every possible obstacle to stop having a ‘Good Vibration’.

  • Bloods Gem by Gloria Conway

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    Daniel is a half breed vampire and shape shifter also known as an ill-suen. He’s charming and often a comical individual. However, in public or in the company of his elders Daniel comes across as polished and moderately vain. At the young age of eighteen Daniel started his training as an ill-suen. The training process consisted of fighting techniques and building immunity to human blood. This was to ensure his safe journey to finding his gem. His gem being the person whom he takes on as a life long mate. She was his key to immortality. If she dies before “unolding” then he dies too. Unolding is the process that secures the bond between ill-suen and gem. Daniels journey to his gem however never took place. He stumbled on his gem the night before his journey. Unfortunately, Daniel struggled with his desires for her blood. Soon Daniel had an epiphany, that he wanted to love and protect his gem Faith. Daniel and Faith started a relationship. They got to know each other on a deeper level as time passed, making their bond that much more intense. But, Daniel had not yet unold on Faith. Soon this relationship would be stressed by untested desires. Daniel struggles with his morbid thoughts of drinking Faiths blood. While Faith relentlessly lust over Daniel, who continues to deny her request for sexual interaction.

  • The Chronicles Of An Angry Bitch – The Marriage Files by Dominique Mahon

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    The Chronicles of An Angry Bitch- The Marriage Files is a series of three short fictitious tales from the encounters of the wives. These stories do not depict real-life events and all the characters are fictitious. These stories contain adult language and themes!

    Can’t say you haven’t been warned!

  • How To Acheieve Your Riches, Wealth, & Happiness by Dominique Mahon

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    When you think of becoming rich, what are some thoughts that run through your mind? Some common ideas that people associate with being rich are: million dollar homes, extravagant vehicles, owning a boat, and having a nanny. People generally compare one’s riches to the monetary items that they possess.

    Becoming rich, wealth, and possessing happiness can only coincide with how one perceives this words to apply meaning in their lives. The meaning of these words often dictates one’s life and their abilities of conquering their desires. The meaning of these words that we learned in elementary school seems to take on a different meaning in adulthood. Anyone can obtain each of these traits, depending on how they perceive their own self-perceptional meaning for each term.

    To be successful, depends on the individual and their desires to create a meaning for each of these terms as they are feasible to their own lives. What is your five-year plan and how do you plan on achieving your goals, if you haven’t developed a plan of action to coincide with you as an individual.