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  • The Not So Perfect Princess by Melissa McClone

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    Duty requires her to marry—but she’s having second thoughts.

    Princess Julianna dreams of marrying for love, but no one cares what she wants. The future of her kingdom—and countrywomen—depends on her arranged marriage. Too bad, her intended’s brother is the one who captures her interest with his good looks and sailing skills. She’ll just have to push aside her attraction and do what’s right for everyone else, if not herself…

    Prince Alejandro wants nothing more than to relinquish his title. He can’t wait for his older brother to marry and have a child. That is, until he meets the beautiful princess destined to be his country’s future queen. Julianna holds the key to his freedom, yet he recognizes a kindred spirit—someone trapped by the demands of being royalty—and finds her utterly irresistible.

    Knowing the royal wedding must occur for the sake of their countries doesn’t stop them from wanting to be together. A happy ending could be theirs if they are willing to accept the consequences of following their hearts. Will duty or love reign supreme?

  • Sweet Do Over by Melissa McClone

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    A marriage proposal gone wrong—a second chance to get it right.
    When architect Marley Patterson goes out with Von Ryan, she never expects her practical, cautious life to be turned upside down by the handsome contractor. Von is the definition of fun, until his proposal sends her into a panic. Marriage is too serious a commitment to make after dating for only six months. Even though she cares for Von, they are too different, so she breaks up with him.
    Being rejected hurts, but Von blames himself for not reading the signs or Marley better. He finds solace in work; however, his construction company’s success isn’t enough. He wants to share his life with a woman who’ll love him as much as he loves her. She’s out there. All he has to do is find her and, this time, be patient for the relationship to develop on its own.
    After Marley is assigned to Von’s new project in Indigo Bay, he treats her the same as everyone else—professionally and with respect—though neither can deny a strong mutual attraction still exists. Soon Marley realizes she may have been the problem with their relationship, not just Von’s proposal. She wants a second chance, but after breaking his heart once, will he give her a do-over?

  • Elissa Blue: Book One of The Winged by T.K. Perry

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    Though she worried it might never happen, Elissa Blue finally has her wings. Now she must migrate to the Mating Mountain, find a husband, and get back down the impassable cliffs before she loses her ability to fly forever. If she doesn’t succeed, she’ll be stranded as a servant in the Old Castle for the rest of her life. And if she doesn’t choose her man wisely, she will be just as miserable.

  • Love on the Slopes by Melissa McClone

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    He ruined her reputation—now she wants nothing to do with him.

    Brynn Windham loves being a member of the US Ski Team. But after learning a disturbing family secret, she loses her focus and puts her spot on the team in jeopardy. Her coach assigns a skier to help Brynn regain her competitive edge. Unfortunately, the one person who can help her is the last person she trusts.

    Ryland Guyer might be the heir to his family’s sportswear company, but skiing is his priority. As he recovers from an injury, his coach asks him to help another skier salvage her season. The only problem? He and Brynn have history. They haven’t spoken in five years, and he doubts she’ll want to talk to him now.

    Not wanting to give up on her dream, Brynn struggles with skiing and Ryland. He wants to make amends for the hurt he caused her and start over, but being around him stirs up old feelings and new, deeper ones emerge. Being on her own is better…safer. But he isn’t ready to give up on her. Or them.

    With a mountain of struggles to face, can Brynn and Ryland learn to forgive so they can reach the top—together?

  • Read, Write, Love at Seaside by Addison Cole

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    Bestselling author Kurt Remington lives to write. He spends twelve hours a day in front of his computer, rarely leaving the seclusion of his beach-front property, where he’s come to finish his latest thriller — that is, until free-spirited Leanna Bray nearly drowns in the ocean trying to save her dog.

  • My Best Friend’s Father by Eliza Ellis

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    Romance with an older man? How about with the father of your best friend?

    Kornelia Kaye is desperate. After being fired without cause, she needs money for a lawsuit that will restore her good reputation. Her best friend Sabrina has the answer: work for her father Marshall Buchanan.

    Kori’s skills as an executive assistant are just what Marshall needs to get his work back on track. But if the rumors are true, Kori likes falling for her boss. To remain CEO of his company, Marshall will have to keep the beautiful woman at arm’s length.

    Tough to do when you work in the romantic city of Florence.

    My Best Friend’s Father is a standalone novel in the Best Friend’s series, a trio of sweet, contemporary romances. If you enjoy slow-burning chemistry, simmering kisses, and a touch of humor, then you’ll fall in love with Eliza Ellis’s next romance.

  • My Best Friend’s Fiancé by Eliza Ellis

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    Kat’s best friend Parker returns home with a gorgeous fiancé. Problem is, Drew is technically engaged to Kat.

    The last year of Katrina Kaye’s life has been a nightmare. She lost her bakery, her man, and the bank is coming after her home. Her best friend promises a lucrative job in exchange for one thing: plan her wedding to Kat’s childhood sweetheart.

    After what happened in Afghanistan, Drew Callaghan isn’t taking life for granted. He’s ready to settle down in his hometown, and Parker was there in his darkest moment. He owes her everything, even if he already promised it to someone else.

    Memories of secret dreams and promises unfulfilled flood back as Kat and Drew are forced to plan the wedding without Parker. Is Drew marrying the wrong woman? And when Kat is offered an apprenticeship of a lifetime, will she put her best friend above her own heart and leave home for good?

    My Best Friend’s Fiancé is a standalone novel in the Best Friend’s series, a trio of sweet, contemporary romances. If you enjoy slow-burning chemistry, simmering kisses, and a touch of humor, then you’ll fall in love with Eliza Ellis’s next romance.

  • Virtual Harmony and Other Short, Sweet Romances by Liese Sherwood-Fabre

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    Love can bloom in infinite ways.

    Eleven short romances follow love through cute meets to taking friendship to the next level to rekindling a marriage. Feelings can be sparked by an errant computer file, a hunt for diamonds, or even a fortune teller’s tale. All that is needed is to open one’s heart to let it in.

    Search, find, and deepen love along the way in these sweet romances.

  • My Best Friend’s Brother by Eliza Ellis

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    She’s his childhood crush. He’s her best friend’s brother.

    Falling for him could ruin his future.

    Keighly Kaye thought she’d never return home. She left an abusive father and a mother who wouldn’t fight for her and her sisters.

    On her way from school to L.A., her BFF Bertie asks her to spend one week at the Headley Family Campground. They need a counselor and business isn’t good.

    With her father dead, Keke could avoid her mother for one week, right?

    Peter Headley is a nerd to the core. He loves game design and hates the thought of living his father’s dream of attending Cornell. But family loyalty puts him in a bind.

    When Keke returns home, he’s reminded of how pathetic he really is. This gorgeous dancer couldn’t possibly want a guy who’s never even kissed a girl.

    Bertie expects Keke to keep her childhood promise of never falling for Pete. The secret she holds could destroy him, and the last thing he needs is a broken heart too.

    But one kiss couldn’t possibly ruin a friendship. After all, Pete needs to learn…

    Read My Best Friend’s Brother today!

  • Kissing the Intern: A Multicultural Romance by Brian Terenna

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    The path to true love is never easy… but it’s always worth it.

    Nova Velez, a sassy Dominican, has a busy life, working two jobs, volunteering at the hospital, and finishing graduate school. It’s all necessary to fulfill her dream of helping troubled children. To graduate, she has to complete her school counseling internship, but it won’t be easy working with depressed, hormone-addled students. When she meets her distractingly handsome mentor, Bryce, a health conscious vegan, and the jealous, domineering principal, things become more complicated. When sparks begin to fly between her and Bryce, complicated takes on a completely new meaning.

  • While My Love Sleeps by Amanda Brenner

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    When aristocratic Karl, Graf von Abensberg, heir to a centuries-old title, married commoner Leda Devoe, he told her he needed her strength, her courage, and her love. Soon all three are tested when Karl is injured in an explosion that leaves him in a deep coma, and Leda is all that stands between him and those who would rob him of his property, his fortune, and his very life. Will her courage and determination be enough to save the man she loves? They will have to be, for in her heart of hearts, Leda knows that if her beautiful husband’s life is over, then so is her own.

  • My Knightly Dreams by Brittany Jo James

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    Now eligible for courtship, many men hope to be the lucky groom selected to marry the Duke and Duchess of Crawley’s beautiful daughter, Farren Montbassen. Farren only considers one man acceptable- a notorious knight enjoying a carefree life with little interest in the prospect of marriage. Sir Patton Caswell cannot help but be intrigued by the beauty and grace of the spirited young woman. Everything seems to be falling into place until a rejected suitor and his father decide to take matters of Farren’s marriage into their own hands.

    The forthcoming Marquess of Farnborough, Bayard Norshire, plans to scare Farren into marriage by giving her an ultimatum- marriage, or the death of her family. By kidnapping the Duke and Duchess of Crawley, Bayard thinks he holds their young daughter’s future in his hands. Sent to the rescue by King Edward III, Patton takes Farren on a journey of a lifetime to save the Duke and Duchess before Farren is forced into marriage with the despicable young Marquess.

  • At Least I’m Pretty by Brittany Jo James

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    Prince Dimitrie seems to have tough luck waiting for him around every corner. His most recent problems, a dangerous clan of gypsies threatening his life and his father presenting an ultimatum that he must marry within thirty days or lose his crown to his vehement sister, completely exasperate the young man. However, things appear to turn around when he unexpectedly meets a beautiful and seemingly eligible bride in a neighboring village. The fascinating and mysterious young woman steals his heart but with his history of bad breaks he cannot help but wonder if the captivating beauty is too good to be true.

    Emerald Baillie is growing weary in her ploy to intimidate the supercilious Prince of Moldavia into releasing her imprisoned brothers. The stunning Duchess of Little Egypt confidently leads her life as gypsy royalty but trying to guide a large group of wayward menaces and keep them out of trouble proves tiresome, even for the poised young woman. With all the pressure resting on her shoulders she panics more and more each day. Fortunately for Emerald, Prince Dimitrie unintentionally makes her search for revenge against him much easier. However, sticking to her mischievous plan by abandoning all emotion and guilt is not as simple when her heart becomes involved.

  • Hannelore Takes Note by Margit Amundsen

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    Hannelore Riker is a grad student with a dry sense of humor, a pathetic dating life, and little patience for grade-grubbing undergrads. She does her best to keep from falling for a guy who always seems ready with a witty remark, and she learns to deal with eccentric professors who play by their own set of rules.

    Some reviews for Hannelore Takes Note:

    “[L]ike talking to a girlfriend…lovely in [parts], funny everywhere else.”

    “[I]t was compelling, the characters were imaginative.”

    “I really enjoyed this book and was laughing out loud at some of the antics…”

    “The author did a really great job of writing with a snarky wit…The characters were well developed…”