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  • On a Sunny Day by Max Carezza

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    “On a Sunny Day” is an erotic romance about a woman discovering her true self and understanding the meaning of love – even when it leads to difficult decisions; about a man taking those decisions; about music connecting people and – sometimes – forming couples.

    You’ll love the simplicity of Martina; you’ll love her straightforwardness, her clumsiness and her sometimes awkward ways of showing her affection.

    You’ll laugh with her; you’ll cry with her; you’ll get excited with her.

    You’ll simply “be” her under that canopy, wishing for the rain to stop. And when an unknown umbrella finally shelters you from the rain, the smile of that Knight will seduce you, too. That simple, apparently meaningless event is the spark leading to important changes in her life, her character and her very nature.

    “On a Sunny Day” is a hot, erotic love story filled with passion and romance; a novelette that will remind you that it’s worth waiting for the sun, after a rainy day.

    This is for you, whoever is looking for an original erotic romance filled with hot sex and smut.

  • Flying High by Nicole Douglas

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    After the arrest of his sadistic father Chris Davis’ life changes dramatically. He is clean and sober for the first time in years and is ready for a better life.

    Natalie Johnson is recovering from her own emotional wounds inflicted by three years in the Davis home. She has scars that can’t be seen with the naked eye and only Chris knows the depth of each cut.

    Together they rebuild their lives one small piece at a time. Both immerse themselves into managing the rehab facility they’ve shared for a year and maintain their shared apartment and the safe space they’ve created.

    As they begin the rough road to healing these two friends find themselves craving each other in a way they never thought possible. Being together would risk everything they worked so hard to build.

    Can they overcome their haunting pasts and find salvation in each other?

  • Weekend with Friends by S.D. Lange

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    When best friends, Luke and Keith, plan a surprise weekend getaway for their wives, no one could imagine the events that were yet to come. Sexy innuendo and flirtations lead to much more. One couple is introduced to the world of swinging, after all, it’s between friends. When four becomes six, the possibilities are endless.

  • On the Run in Beverly Hills by Nancy Deville

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    Three 60-year old BFFs lives are simultaneously broadsided—Fifi a private-plane-rich Beverly Hills housewife; Lily, a celebrity herbalist; and Olive, a 21st century “sexy old maid” journalist.

    Fifi’s husband drops dead, leaving her bankrupt. Lily is arrested for dealing weed because of her lowlife husband. Meanwhile, her house burns down. Olive learns she has the BRCA1 gene and needs a bilateral mastectomy to lower her risk for breast cancer. Her editor gives her one chance to write a smash hit story or her career is over.

    After the homeless, husbandless, broke friends sob their eyes out over their downfall, Lily formulates a cream that erases their post-cry under eye bags, the active ingredient being CBD from, yes, weed.

    Staying ahead of the bankruptcy courts, they sell Fifi’s estate at a garage sale, then sneak off to vault three million bucks.

    Lily shares her under eye bag formula with Laine Marin, a venomous anti-drug DA candidate. Lily then launches her website with before and after pics of Laine.

    Now the three are fugitives.

    They hole up at an illegal grow deep in the forest where they’ve gone to acquire weed to produce the cream. Meanwhile they hope LA women will support them by voting for an initiative to legalize marijuana, which will save them AND their business.

    All of this and the three have managed to fall in love along the way.

    But Laine Marin has them tracked down and arrested, and reality really sets in.

  • Forgiving You by Ginnie Carmichael

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    It’s been ten years since Austin abandoned her.

    Sam still can’t get over it. He was her best friend and the first man that she ever loved. How could he throw that all away?

    Stuck in her hometown, Sam has been running the family bakery to support her widowed mother. Without Austin around, it quickly became her prison.

    Leaving Bluebell Valley seemed like the best thing that ever happened to the new billionaire, Austin Cole. His company, Cole Technology, has made the world a better place and he’s been rewarded handsomely for it. If it wasn’t for the never-ending loneliness in his heart, his life would be perfect.

    When he’s offered an opportunity to go back to Bluebell Valley, Austin knows it’s his chance to repair all the damage he’s done. One last chance to win back the heart of the girl he’s never stopped loving.

    Can Sam ever forgive him and let Austin into her heart again?