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  • Assassin Marked by Michael C. Sahd

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    An interplanetary crime syndicate.
    A debt, long overdue.
    An assassin gone rogue.
    Love. Revenge. Betrayal.

    Although he knows it will mean the end of his relationship with both the Crime Syndicate and his long-time lover, Captain Victoria Maruska, Damian can’t let sleeping dogs lie. After overcoming his captain’s well-intended efforts to hold him back, Damian sets off to exact his revenge on the man who had once left him to die on the barren wastelands of Earth. . . .

    Victoria may not know where to look, but she knows she has to find him. Following Damian’s disappearance and the not-so-mysterious murder of one of his superiors, the Syndicate has called Captain Maruska’s loyalty into question. As a result, she has been assigned the unenviable job of leading a task force to hunt him down. . . .

    On the outs with his lover and on the run from trained killers, Damian DuFonte is . . .
    an Assassin Marked.

  • Lust Holiday / Vice House by Thomas Ramirez

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    It was the night of the big Hollywood orgy. Aleta and Derek slipping separately away. Hollywood had remodeled Aleta, turned her into a creature of lust, a wanton plaything. And then Derek understood what was happening, and he raced to the carnal house to claim his wife and settle a few scores. The orgy was in full swing, but then no one knew there was a dead girl upstairs, out of the way of the sin set!

    The solemn occasion of his father’s funeral doesn’t seem quite right to Rory Foran. There is something evil, which first manifests itself in the form of a beautiful blonde who turns up in his bedroom . . . and who has been brutally tortured in the bargain. First, Rory had to find the answer to the big riddle: how does the once lumber-rich family continue to exist as if the big money were still rolling in? There must be something bringing in evil money, and he must find out what that abomination is. And what of his mother? Is she wrapped up in the maze of shame, this degraded means through which he must search out the truth?

  • Sex Pack / Sin Heist by David Case

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    SIN FOOD . . . eaten wherever it could be found, and they gorged themselves day or night, wherever their lusts lead them. For they were the sin vagabonds, who stopped at nothing to get their sin kicks. Black-haired Jennifer, the harlot fromthe clip-joint circuit . . . Ashe, the stud who’d rather take his wantons by force than let a woman give him her love . . . Vance, the nice guy who could assault a woman as fast as he could slug a man. Down the passion road they rolled, a screaming Gemorah of lust looking for the next twisted orgy as their . . . PASSION ROUTE!

    RUSTIC LUST . . . the goings-on at the cabin would not make a believable tale to tell . . . either to get Keith out of the shameful mess that was developing, or to place the blame in the proper place with the brutal authorities. He’d had the upper hand once, but he was not helplessly captive before the lusty, merciless wanton, Shirley, in the seclusion of the — SHAME CABIN!

  • Death has Sharp Teeth by Dennis Stamey

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    Ready for a sleek, sexy adventure without limits? While Tokyo is gripped by a deadly pandemic, a crime syndicate calling themselves The Black Snake is about to take over. Only one person stands in their way, a rogue detective named Reo Shun, a detective who plays by his own rules, a detective despised by both sides of the law. Their war will reach a horrifying climax, costing many lives and altering Tokyo forever. Meet Zenko Kan, the syndicate’s sadistic leader, Chief Teiji, Reo’s hot-tempered boss, and Lei Wong, a beautiful Chinese businesswoman with a twisted soul. A detective thriller that is unsurpassed! If you like Sam Spade or James Bond, you’ll really like Reo Shun!

  • Details Of Deception by Jazzlen Breeze

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    In 1993 Reggie Bailer was the hottest songwriter/producer in the game, and was for several years. He enjoyed all the spoils that his musical talent had bestowed upon him, an Upper East Side penthouse, a seven figure bank account, a music publishing catalogue that generated thousands while he slept, and a beautiful wife named Georgette, whom he shared it all with. In the Summer of 93, a “Who’s who” of the “Music Industry” were invited to a “Surprise Birthday Party” for Georgette, but strangely she’s a no-show, and vanishes with Reggie’s business manager (Donnie) and everything he owned. It’s now 2018, and after many years of destitution, and the absence of his musical passion to sustain him, the hardships in Reggie’s life seem never ending. But when the sudden murder of a former longtime business associate occurs, it regurgitates painful memories for Reggie, which forces him to inspect the long ago disappearance of Georgette and Donnie a bit more closely. Meanwhile, a random errand morphs into a “merging of talents” between Reggie and an aspiring young artist named Kimeo Caesar, which she believes is a blessing. Kimeo soon learns that the blessing is mixed with jealousy, envy, and danger once she and Reggie achieve “International Success”. Reggie then receives revelating news concerning the long ago disappearance of Georgette and Donnie that has him retracing their steps from 20 years ago, that leads him from place to place, and then closer to the tortuous truth…. a truth guarded by a merciless danger, and the “Details of Deception.

  • Forever Loyal by Sheppard Brothers

    5.00 out of 5

    From the tough London streets and troubled upbringings, Raymond Carter and Eddie Mason rule London, forged from a lifetime of violence and pure loyalty, their bond is unbreakable. Just as they are about to leave this life behind them, a new foreign threat made of vast numbers are hungry for what is theirs and come aiming to take over no matter what the cost. When Ray and Eddie’s family and children are at threat, their loyalty is truly tested and so is their reputation.

  • The Lucky Prisoner by Tomi Farrell

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    It all began on that day.

    With her entire family behind bars, Ella’s new life begins as a freshman at Stanford University in California. Despite her wish to live a normal life again, it appears she is still heavily cursed by her “luckiest” day, the day of her mother’s infamous lottery win two years ago. She discovers, in an act that feels like déjà vu, that someone has stolen five million dollars from the trust in her name.

    Reunited with her high school crush, North Dakota State Police Detective Zachary Lake, Ella is determined to solve the mystery and defeat this new evil.

  • Double Dating by C.S. Ramos

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    Mia Foxx, way in over her head, joins a dating website one day. More like she’s forced to but that’s besides the point! ‘Looking_For_Love’ is her username but only because the continuation of it “in all the wrong places” doesn’t fit.

    And just like that her saviors appear, proving to her that love can be found even when looking in all the wrong places. The plural is not a grammatical error, two men message her in hopes of gaining her attention. Their ploy works and just like that the once timid Mia agrees to a date with not one, but two, men who are half-brothers and own a concert hall.

    ~EXCERPT~

    We were at a stop light just blocks away from the club when Cole murmured, “Chinese fire drill.” And then a devilish plan jumped into action.

    Nico, being ever so collected and cool, took the driver’s seat and continued on driving once the light turned green. The other one had opened the door of the back and bent himself inside the small space. Instead of buckling himself up, Cole got on all fours above my body, forcing me to press myself into the door.

    “Hey there gorgeous,” He smirked down at me as he planted a knee between my legs.

    “Wh-What-”

    “Shh…” His head bent down and hazel eyes captivated me into silence. I could see them as cars passed by us, momentarily shining their lights into our car. They were more green around the edges, reminding me of fresh cut grass in the spring-

    What am I thinking?!

    “Shh, my little Mia, stop resisting.” Cole’s eyes burned into mine for a second and then his head bent even lower to my collarbone. Something wet ran across the protruding bone at the base of my neck and I jolted from the strange sensation. And then I realized it was his tongue when he placed little nips all over the bone and then traveled up to my ear.

    “S-stop…”

    He chuckled darkly, “You don’t want me to.”

    But I did. So why couldn’t I say so?

  • Wooden Bell from the Past: A Novella by David Richard

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    Dream of 19th century; became true in 21st century.

    Despite a serial killer is killing people in New York; everyone is living their normal life except some of his victims.

    New York is the second name of success and for success hungry people; this is the first name of home. Two people – Jeff and Nancy – running on the same track with the same goal.

    Jeff is a street performer and he is playing guitar out of that building where Nancy works. Nancy has fallen in love with that guitar man on the first day of her job. She was thinking that he will be the only main reason for her to work here but she was wrong. After 3 days of her job, she was looking outside from the window of her building to see that guitar man as she used to, but that day New York was little different – little windy and little sunny. There was a true 17 to 18 years old New Yorker wearing a very loose dirty white shirt, a very loose dirty brown coat, a brown bow tie, also tied a white kerchief on his neck, and a brown cowboy hat. He introduced himself as Harvey Wilson.

    That mysterious boy Harvey Wilson has opened only two of his mystery in front of them; First, this is 19th century – and second, he is selling this wooden bell which his father was selling and it protects family.

  • Living for 19th Century’s Father by David Richard

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    A serial killer is killing people in New York by his vehicle. News has given him the name “Hit and Run Serial Killer.”

    Harvey’s father was selling wooden toys including wooden bells in 18th century but he was unable to sell enough to provide basic living to his family – until the day came when he gave his wooden bell to a seriously ill man and he had been alright by next morning. People started buying his wooden bells with a hope that this thing will protect their families. But as he died, people started taking his son and his wooden bell as a jinx.

    Harvey’s parents were died at the age of 14 and he was alone in 19th century. He never stopped trying to sell his father’s wooden bells but no one ever sold after his father. He realized later that this thing cannot protect anyone’s family but at the age of 50, he had a dream that this thing will protect families one day.

  • Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise by Paul Russell Parker III

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    Staring out at the sunset. Water ebbing, and flowing over his feet. John Gabriel Warden finally felt content. He found paradise. Not only did he find paradise, but he bought a house and bar on it. Things couldn’t get any better than this. That’s what Warden thought. Until he met her. Warden didn’t start out looking for love, but destiny put them on a path towards each other. What she or Warden didn’t know was that his troubled past would be coming back to haunt them.

    In this action packed adventure, Warden and his friends will be shocked out of their relative calm. Just when they put their old lives behind them, they will be forced once again to respond with the violence of action. There is no shying away from it; scores will need to be settled. They will have to see if they can muster enough strength to make it through this one last devastating struggle between life and death. Will they be able to wake from this nightmare, or will their dreams that became a reality be forever ruined? They didn’t start this fight, but they are more than ready to finish it.