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  • The Kinky Prince: The Complete Series by Wilde Mann

    0 out of 5

    Have you met Prince Stefan yet? He’s the most photographed member of the Royal Family, and the randiest. His mother the Queen bought him a membership in a sex club in London to keep his antics out of their own country.

    Follow his adventures through the five books included in this volume, Watch him cavort with actresses, a princess, and his own secretary, or as he calls her, his sexetary and finally decide to get married…

    It’s a hot, steamy time when you follow Stefan’s sexcapades, guaranteed to make your panties damp and leaving you longing for a night with him!

    If you like reading about slightly wicked Alpha men as they satisfy their carnal urges, you’re going to love Wilde Mann’s series, The Kinky Prince.

    Get it now, and get off on his adventures as he enjoys some very kinky times!

  • Her Detective Dragon by Alice Summerfield

    0 out of 5

    Lone Dragons don’t have soul mates, but storm dragon Grissom thinks that he might have found his hiking down a lonely stretch of road during a thunderstorm. And she’s up to her neck in trouble. A steamy romance between a Latina barista in over her head and a police detective, Her Detective Dragon is a standalone novel with 15 reviews and a 4.2 star rating.

  • Snow: A Qurilixen World Novella (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides) by Michelle M. Pillow

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    Alpha male alien comes to Earth to pick up a bride and instead meets a beautiful scientist whose job it is to capture him. By NYT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow, is back with a brand new sci-fi alien romance adventure.

    Tushar (aka Snow Chaos) knows there is little chance of finding a wife on his ice-ball of a home planet. Few can survive the subzero temperatures. When Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides offers to introduce them to women eager for love, he and his brothers can’t resist, but Earth is far from welcoming.

    He knows he should focus on getting home, but all he can think about is laying claim to the sexy scientist who works for the bad guys.

    Jennifer works for the Milano Foundation in an attempt to undermine their efforts. When Snow and his brothers land, it’s like a dream come true for her diabolical alien-kidnapping coworkers. Now she has to make a choice–keep her cover, or betray a dangerous corporation to save the alien she’s falling in love with.

    Snow might be a blue humanoid from another planet, but life with him might be worth the risk.

  • Love & Chocolate by Gail Cleare

    0 out of 5

    “An engaging, irresistible chocolate-laced romance.” Kirkus Reviews — When Sarah Westwood’s deadbeat husband deserts her and their young son, she takes a job at her family’s restaurant, The Three Chocolatiers, Determined to never fall for the wrong guy again, Sarah vows to stick with chocolate for stimulation and steer clear of men, especially her delicious ice-cream supplier, Blake Harrison. He wants Sarah to give him a chance, but all he gets is the cold shoulder. Since they both happen to be on the same dating site, he’s not above using a little cyber-intel to worm his way into her heart. When the chef collapses mere weeks before an upscale chocolate-themed wedding, the staff goes into a tailspin. With pressure rising on personal and professional fronts, Sarah might just have to let someone sweet melt her defenses.

  • The Rejected Writers’ Christmas Wedding by Suzanne Kelman

    0 out of 5

    Southlea Bay’s favorite sweethearts, Flora and Dan, are getting married and the members of the Rejected Writers’ Book Club are excited to help. Especially the group’s head honcho, Doris Newberry, who, much to Flora’s frustration, wants to control every detail, attempting to strong-arm Flora into accepting ridiculous wedding vows, wayward bongo players and into wearing a huge, old-fashioned wedding dress. But when a new resident arrives in town with information about Flora’s past that threatens her chance of happiness, the overwhelmed bride-to-be disappears overnight. To find her, The Rejected Writers set off on yet another zany road trip adventure, this time to a make-believe Bavarian town. Where they meet lederhosen clad, young men, are entertained by oompah bands, go on wild sleigh rides, and sing in a yodeling competition. But when they eventually find the bride and the bridegroom learns the truth about her, will he still want to marry her or will all the wedding plans be in vain.

  • Letters to My Love at First Sight by Amanda Marks

    0 out of 5

    Amanda Marks has just experienced a Love at First Sight (LAFS). The object of her adoration is the charming Attorney Jacob Meyers, whom she met during a juror interview. Jake has fallen for her, too (so the evidence shows). But Jacob is a high-profile litigator, very married into high society, and Amanda is, well, a Certified Loser Female (self-titled), who’s seriously partnered with the unemployed, “very OK” Louis. She and Jacob go their separate ways, but one huge problem remains for Amanda: She can’t stop thinking about him. To handle this obsession, she writes therapeutic letters to Jake. Her daily writings help her navigate through life challenges and relationships with friends, parents, coworkers, a faux mother-in-law (MIL)…and her occasional run-ins with Jacob, who still seems attracted to her. (But he does NOTHING. So typical.) Can Amanda’s letters work a cosmic magic and bring her beloved LAFS to her? Oh, come on. That doesn’t happen in real life. But you never know.

  • Settling the Wind by Kari August

    0 out of 5

    The harsh and rugged Colorado frontier of 1875 is not the type of place most would consider suitable for a recent widow to establish a home of her own. Yet that is exactly what Henrietta Schodde determines she will do as she impetuously buys a cabin in the newly forming settlement of Estes Park. Despite assurances from Henrietta that the locals appear amiable, her relatives are concerned and recruit the assistance of long-time family friend Collan Wallace, who unbeknownst to Henrietta, has also just begun homesteading in the area.
    The last thing Collan desires is to watch over the woman who has been his nemesis since childhood. But the pair quickly realize that there is more than each other to fight about when they discover an unscrupulous Englishman, Lord Dunraven, is hungry for their land.
    Endearing and engaging, Settling the Wind, is historical fiction based on actual events that reveals the courage of Colorado’s pioneers in the face of more struggles than they could have imagined.

  • Sex, Drugs, and Starships by Steve Alex Demas

    4.50 out of 5

    Sex, Drugs, and Starships reveals a galaxy plagued by treachery. When attorney Cindy Stride is hunted by off-world assassins, she and her alien guide must escape, and expose a real estate scheme involving multiple worlds. Along the way, they gain allies and devise a plan to bring the illegal plot to a halt. Diverse worlds, bizarre weapons, novel escapes, and a dash of eroticism all combine against a background that is this devious universe.

  • Roadstop Romance by D.E. DAUM

    0 out of 5

    After spending over a year in a homeless shelter, Doty Martinez is ready to try something different. For starters she plans to hitchhike across the country. Leaving her twin sister behind she takes a bus to a nearby truck stop to begin her adventure. After bumming a ride from long haul truck driver Jeffrey Randle, she finds she really finds him interesting.

  • A Brush With Fame by Melinda Hazen

    0 out of 5

    What if by chance you met a famous person? And he wants you.

    Makeup artist Rafaella Hamilton accepts a one-day sub position on a Hollywood movie set. When a stranger returns a pen she drops, she doesn’t realize she’s met and mistaken for a member of the crew the lead of the movie, British heartthrob Evan Hutchinson.

    As the pair continue to see each throughout the day, Evan finds himself increasingly intrigued. Rafaella’s pretty, likable, and has made him laugh. And now he wants to know more. But she won’t be back tomorrow—unless Evan can make sure she will.

    An unusual job offer is extended to Rafaella to finish out the film as Evan’s personal makeup artist. The opportunity promises to provide much alone time for the two to become acquainted. Rafaella sees Evan as charming, personable, and funny—unlike most actors she’s come across—and now, apparently interested in her. Is there hope for love and a happily ever after in Evan’s A-list world?

    Their love story is sweet but entails drama beyond what the couple can foresee.

  • I Never Lied to You by Amanda Lake

    0 out of 5

    One confused adult nerd
    His cheeky zany sister
    Their toxic grandma
    The pushy ex-girlfriend.
    A mysterious woman that cannot be found
    . . . and their totally hilarious story about love, astrology, cheating and one tiny box placed under a coconut tree.

  • Settling the Wind by Kari August

    0 out of 5

    The harsh and rugged Colorado frontier of 1875 is not the type of place most would consider suitable for a recent widow to establish a home of her own. Yet that is exactly what Henrietta Schodde determines she will do as she impetuously buys a cabin in the newly forming settlement of Estes Park. Despite assurances from Henrietta that the locals appear amiable, her relatives are concerned and recruit the assistance of long-time family friend Collan Wallace, who unbeknownst to Henrietta, has also just begun homesteading in the area.
    The last thing Collan desires is to watch over the woman who has been his nemesis since childhood. But the pair quickly realize that there is more than each other to fight about when they discover an unscrupulous Englishman, Lord Dunraven, is hungry for their land.
    Endearing and engaging, Settling the Wind, is historical fiction based on actual events that reveals the courage of Colorado’s pioneers in the face of more struggles than they could have imagined.

  • Behind the Stars by Amanda Lake

    0 out of 5

    When the whole world stops making sense it`s time to reach for the stars.

    Behind the Stars is a feel-good romantic comedy about one nerdy misfit and his creative sister who are trying to find love, sense and each other using their own peculiar ways. With unexpected twists and lots of laughs, this story is a truly hilarious joyride.

    Peter is a highly intelligent man who knows his priorities and has plans for everything. Or how his sister Barbara would put it “a nerdy skeptical control freak with android tendencies”. When his girlfriend leaves him accusing him of being too stiff and dull, Peter accepts Barbara`s challenge – to be guided for 30 days by her astrologer`s “cosmic wisdom”. Determined to prove each other wrong, no matter how crazy the things will get, they discover that not everything is what it seems, including themselves and their close ones.

  • A Strange Affair by Brienne Dubh

    0 out of 5

    She is struggling to fight her dark desires.
    He is trying to fight his feelings.
    Neither of them can fight their chemistry

    Ellie Ré doesn't have time for men. They don't fit in with her career plan. She doesn't engage in flings or one night stands either, it's just not how she was raised. So when Aaron Strange enters her life she's thrown by her sudden dark desires. The feeling of wanting nothing other than to submit to this man terrifies her, but it excites her more. Will she give in to what feels right when she always thought it to be wrong?

    Aaron Strange is happy at his new company. He can't get distracted here. He doesn't have time for emotional entanglements. But when he meets Ellie, something about her compels him to get closer. Is it because she refused him? Is it because she surprises him? Is it because he wants to possess her? Aaron finds himself wanting nothing more than to open her eyes to a world of pleasure and desire. But can he convince her to submit to the dark side and not fall for Ellie in the process.

    This is a very spicy little Novella with a little humor and a lot of pleasure. Intended for 18 + readers.

  • The Real Me by R.M. Duffy

    0 out of 5

    In order to get out of the social funk she has been in her entire life, Dr. Lexi Monroe goes and does something completely out of character. On a whim, she signs up for a trip to Hawaii with a company called WanderLust, in hopes of stepping out of her comfort zone, and finally learning to have fun, even if it means pretending she’s someone else for a while.
    Officer A.J. Owens has had his fair share of undercover cases, but this new assignment has him breaking all the rules. Not only is he screwing up left and right, but he’s starting to fall for the sweet, shy woman who turns out to be his number one suspect. Can he get to the truth before he not only loses the case, but the woman he loves?

  • Bad at Love by Emeline Piaget

    5.00 out of 5

    Georgina Mason is anti all things love. Burned by a philandering husband and unlikely in love she is determined to be single, sassy and successful; despite the antics of her best friend, Zorah. Things are going Georgina’s way until she meets Rocco Walker at a wedding and her world is flipped on its side. Rocco may be younger but could he be all the man that Georgina needs?