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  • Eyes of Amber by Anya Stassiy

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    When fate gives you what you were not looking for, will you accept its gift?

    Mila Roth has succeeded in medical school, but not in love. She decides that she may be luckier in finding Mr. Rightnow instead of Mr. Forever. An embarrassing first date with a handsome stranger has her rethinking that theory, but a second chance encounter challenges both her principles and her emotions. She finds solace in reading the letters of her departed grandmother.

    None of the women Leo Renner has slept with have ever challenged him emotionally or intellectually. Maybe it’s him turning thirty soon, but now he wants more. Mila comes into his life like a brushfire, burning all his doubts into ash.

    But he risks losing the only woman whose love he thirsts for when an unhinged stalker will stop at nothing to have Leo all to herself.

  • Dawn of the Jungle Goddess: A Cuckold Odyssey by Bart Tracer

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    The jungle is about to get a whole lot hotter…

    Respected college professors, Julius Stevenson and his sexy young wife Natalia have a dream: to be the first scientists to mount an expedition to study the natives on the unexplored island of Molonga. But money doesn’t grow on trees. They had almost given up their dream when a mysterious conglomerate unexpectedly approves their funding.

    When unforeseen events leave them stranded in the jungle, Julius finds his beautiful wife impersonating the natives’ deity to save his life. But what seems like the perfect solution quickly turns into the stickiest of situations. The goddess she pretends to be is no ordinary immortal, but a vengeful cuckoldress, come to earth to get even with her philandering spouse.

    With their lives on the line, will Natalia be able to play the role that the Molongans expect of her? Or will the couple confess their deception in order to preserve their marriage vows? One thing is certain, their lives will never be the same again!

  • All About Charming Alice by J. Arlene Culiner

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    Alice Treemont has given up hope of meeting the right man and falling in love. Living in Blake’s Folly, a semi-ghost town of rusting cars, old trailers, clapboard shacks, and thirsty weeds, she spends her time cooking vegetarian meals, rescuing unwanted dogs, and protecting the most unloved creatures on earth: snakes. What man would share those interests?

    Jace Constant is in Nevada, doing research for his new book, but he won’t be staying long. As far as he’s concerned, Blake’s Folly is hell on earth. He’s disgusted by desert dust on his fine Italian shoes, and dog hair on his cashmere sweaters. As for snakes, he doesn’t only despise them — he’s terrified by them. He can hardly wait to get back to Chicago’s elegant women, fine dining, and contemporary art exhibitions.

    So how is it possible that each time Alice and Jace meet, the air sizzles? That she’s as fascinated by him, as he is by her? That they know their feelings go deeper than raw desire? Still, it looks like this relationship is doomed before it even starts.

    In need of juicy gossip, the other 52 residents of Blake’s Folly have decided Alice has been alone for long enough. The attraction between her and Jace is obvious, so why worry about essential differences? If you trust in love, solutions do appear. But don’t those solutions call for too many compromises, too much self-sacrifice?

  • Lucy: An Open-Door Policy Novella by Anna Ambrose

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    If Lucy can only find the courage to let go of her inhibitions, she’ll have the perfect opportunity to discover her true self while going after exactly what she wants—Ry.

  • Yellow Gomorrah by Pablo Cisneroz

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    Desire, above all else, cannot be ignored.

    Days pass by, individuals working on such a tiresome schedule, nobody seemingly has time to take care of ones own self. Sexual desire runs rampant. What’s the solution, you may ask?

    How about a simple massage?

  • Den of Thieves by Patti Sherry-Crews

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    When his identical twin brother is arrested, the Pinkerton Detective Agency enlists Wynne Palmatier to go undercover and impersonate his outlaw brother, Ennis. His mission is to infiltrate his brother’s gang. Ennis tells Wynne everything he needs to know. Except for one thing: there are two women with the outlaws, and one of them is his wife.

    Lucy House is still paying for the day she strayed away from decency. Now the handsome outlaw she ran away with has lost his appeal and she longs to get away from this life. As the danger mounts, can Wynne and Lucy escape this den of thieves?

  • Angels’ Eyes by William Brian Worthy

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    A pre-requisite to reading this book should be to first read “The Naked Society” by Vance Packard, which was published in 1964. The state of our society was in fact much worse than Vance Packard portrayed, and in every way, should be more appropriately described as “The Torn Society.” Even five years before the publication of Vance Packard’s book, a turn in the way that people in our society were treated deviated from a normal respect of human rights into the proliferation of a philosophy to make humans available for the exploitation of other humans, namely the so called “upper crust” of society. The tools for achieving this would be modern technology. Our society cannot have peace because it is in conflict with itself, torn by tyranny from within. It is our society, The American Society, The Torn Society. To come to grips with this, the people and leaders of this society need to see what they have become. Fortunately, the angels in heaven saw that the demise of the human race would transpire if The Torn Society would be allowed to run its course. So they sent something to correct that course – their eyes.

  • A Tycoon’s Bargain by Avery Laval

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    At a society bachelorette auction, a hedge fund king gets more than he bargained for…

    When Cassie Harris squeezes herself into a too-small neon designer dress for a bachelorette charity auction, she realizes there’s nothing she won’t do for her landscape design business. Her biggest client is hosting the New York society event solely to show off her own filthy-rich, dead-sexy Australian boyfriend. And she’s using Cassie to make herself look good. Cassie steps on stage, humiliated. But an unexpected bidder spends an enormous sum on her, causing gasps throughout the gala. The winner? Thom King, her biggest client’s boyfriend. Cassie can kiss that account goodbye—and her fledgling business along with it.

    Thom King has no interest in society girls with grand designs on his wallet. But he has a huge interest in getting that ridiculous gown off of the hourglass figure of Cassie Harris. And once he gets to know her, his interest only grows. She’s as hardworking as he is, as focused, and as smart. Before he met Cassie, women were mere distractions from his hedge fund. Now, Cassie’s the only thing Thom can think about.

    But Cassie doesn’t believe a man like Thom can love at all, let alone love a woman like her. And that means Thom will have to use all of the charm and seduction at his disposal to prove her wrong.

    If you love Lauren Blakely and Laurelin Paige, you’ll love Avery Laval.

  • Who Should He Choose? by Bobbie Sue Ellison

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    Ray is attracted to two women, one an old girlfriend who can’t seem to keep her clothes on when there’s a man around and the other a beautiful girl-next-door type. Unknown to each other they are rivals for his love.
    Cindy is a voluptuous blonde who offers him exciting sex but has shown that she cannot be trusted. Jen is a beautiful desirable woman who at first is somewhat of a mystery which makes her irresistible.
    He is torn between a woman who is great in bed but untrustworthy and a woman who is very desirable with proven loyalty but an unknown quantity in the bedroom.
    He finds himself in love with both women and has to make a choice but who should he choose?

  • The Moth and Moon by Glenn Quigley

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    In the summer of 1780, on the tiny island of Merryapple, burly fisherman Robin Shipp lives a simple, quiet life in a bustling harbour town where most of the residents dislike him due to the actions of his father. With a hurricane approaching, he nonetheless convinces the villagers to take shelter in the one place big enough to hold them all—the ancient, labyrinthine tavern named the Moth & Moon.
    While trapped with his neighbours during the raging storm, Robin inadvertently confronts more than the weather.

    There’s a storm coming. And it’s going to change everything.

  • Bounty Poachers by J. L. Guin (Jerry)

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    A life of dire circumstances gave need for boldness with a gun…
    When Deputy U.S. Marshals James Stone and Jackson Millet recover from being wounded in a shoot-out, their first assignment is to track down two brothers who are bringing dead outlaws in under questionable conditions. When bounty hunters began to be killed as well, Stone and Millet realize they are dealing with bounty poachers.

    Jasper and Jason Bain have run onto some hard luck. They need money, and in desperation, begin by robbing stagecoaches and individuals. They quickly progress to bringing in outlaws for the bounty—always dead. When they graduate to stealing the outlaws from the bounty hunters who have gone to the trouble to track them down, they must do away with all witnesses.

    But bounty hunter Joe Grebbs was one man they couldn’t kill, and he’s coming after them. Can Stone and Millet get to the Bain brothers before Grebbs tracks them down and murders them for what they did to him? Though Stone is reluctant to put aside the ongoing quest to find his nemesis, Evelyn Laird, this job must come first—before more blood is spilled.

    In a race against time, will Millet and Stone be able to prevent Grebbs from having his day of vengeance in the hunt for the BOUNTY POACHERS?

  • Kidnapping Kalli by Cheryl Pierson

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    Texas Ranger Shiloh Barrett loses his hotheaded older brother to a gunfight over a hand of cards. Now the “winner”—a wealthy landowner who’s coveted the Barrett homestead—finally has what he wants. But could there be something Seamus O’Connor desires more than the Barretts’ land?

    O’Connor has not seen his beautiful daughter, Kalli, for thirteen years. He knows that she’s living with her mother’s Cherokee people in northeastern Indian Territory. Determined to have her kidnapped and brought to him, Seamus uses the deed he holds to the Barrett homestead to get what he wants. Even though it goes against everything Shiloh Barrett believes is right, O’Connor’s blackmail cannot be ignored.

    But beautiful Kalliroe White Dove O’Connor has some tricks up her sleeve as the handsome ex-ranger spirits her away into the nearby San Bois Mountains. The tables turn when Shiloh is bitten by a rattlesnake their first day on the trail. Though Kalli tells herself she has no other choice but to stay with Shiloh—and she does want to reunite with her father—deep down, she knows there is another reason she can’t leave the handsome lawman. Could it be she’s falling in love with him?

    In a final showdown with a cutthroat outlaw gang, Shiloh heads straight into the pit of vipers to buy some time for the man he despises—Kalli’s father. No matter how this all plays out, KIDNAPPING KALLI has been the best thing Shiloh Barrett’s ever done—if he only lives to see it through…

  • Casual Factors by Helen Blacksmith

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    Christine West is a recovering addict on her third month at Narcotics Anonymous. She attends weekly meetings and grows close to the group that meets every Tuesday night. She particularly becomes close to a new member of the group named Ellen Davis, despite her live-in relationship with her long time lover, Marcus Casey. When members of the group start dying of overdoses, it shakes Christine to her core. With her recovery already hanging precariously by a string, and her ongoing battle with her sexuality, will these events push her towards sobriety or back towards her addiction? A story of love, recovery, and redemption.

  • Desert Rose by J. Arlene Culiner

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    Men love Rose Badger, and if the other inhabitants of dead-end Blake’s Folly, Nevada, don’t approve, she couldn’t care less. With a disastrous marriage far behind her, settling down is the last thing she intends to do. Isn’t life for fun? Doesn’t a stable relationship always mean predictability and boredom? Well… perhaps things might be different with Jonah Livingstone, but he is off limits for anything other than friendship. Even though he’s started a slow burning fire inside her, he’s still entangled in a complicated past relationship. And Rose has another secret life—one that she’ll never give up for any man.

    The last person geologist Jonah Livingstone expected to meet in a semi-ghost town is Rose Badger. She’s easy-going, delightfully spontaneous, and Jonah is certain their attraction is mutual. But Rose is always surrounded by a crowd of admirers and doesn’t seem inclined to choose a favorite. Though Jonah has also suffered a failed marriage, he can’t help being drawn to Rose—and he dares to hope she may feel the same for him. But is Jonah too independent to settle into a permanent relationship again? He’s leading his own very private life, as well…and secrets are an excellent protection against love. Will he do what it takes to hold on to his DESERT ROSE?

  • 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.