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  • Caught in a Lie by Laura Read

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    Julianne Carrell is a bored Londoner who flits between men, shops and parties. When she’s asked to seduce a political candidate for more money than she’s ever seen before, she thinks that it’ll be exciting to set up her own honey trap. Then she finds out that she already knows her target: years ago she had a one-night stand with him, behind his girlfriend’s (now wife’s) back. Will he remember her?

  • Hello, My Love by Evy Journey

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    What would Elizabeth Bennet be like if she had been born today? What things would she have to cope with? In this modern-day tale inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, bright, beautiful law student Elise Halverson looks forward to a promising career. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with well-known playboy Greg Thorpe. Besides, he’s engaged to be married.

    Greg finds Elise so unlike the women he used to date and he’s deeply intrigued. But distrusting the image she has of him, Elise tries to keep away.

    Elise’s parents invite Greg to their frequent dinner parties. There, Greg and Elise butt heads. She’s surprised to find that, behind his rich playboy persona, he’s intelligent and engaging. They can’t help feeling drawn to each other.

    The night before his wedding, they give in to their mutual attraction. Although Elise expects nothing more from that night, Greg is in for trouble. His jilted fiancée strikes back, intent on revenge.

    Two years later Greg and Elise get a second chance but they find that the way to their happy-ever-after is not so easy. For one, Greg is in for a surprise. Then, his former fiancée comes back and trouble returns to haunt Greg and Elise again.

    At the core of this women’s fiction is a literary and realistic romance spiced with a twist of mystery. Hello My Love is Book 1 in the series Between Two Worlds, a family saga about three strong women. In three tales of loss, love, second chances, and finding one’s way, they cope with issues contemporary women face.

  • Meet Me at the Gates by Kelly Wyre

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    Outer Banks bookstore owner Hyacinth Silver Fox has a secret millennia in the making: her soul was magically entwined with another, and at night she dreams of every lifetime they’ve ever spent together. The rules of their magic are simple: Hydee always knows her lover, but he, or she, doesn’t remember her. It’s up to Hydee to find and make her soulmate see they are destined for each other, and this lifetime is no different, but there’s one problem: her soulmate is Theo Monk, heartthrob actor and Hollywood’s sometime-infamous badboy. Hydee’s hope of reuniting is wearing thin, but she has no idea how dire the situation really is.

    Because meanwhile in California, Theo Monk is losing his mind. Anxiety and paranoia rule his life, along with his on-again-off-again girlfriend and her entourage. When fear and frustration push him to an edge, Theo cuts and runs as far from his problems as he can without knowing Fate’s giving him one last shot to unite with the only person who can help him. Hydee and Theo must save one another before hope runs out and Hydee’s despair and Theo’s fear keep them apart forever.

  • The Labyrinth of Passion (a trilogy) by Charles Westmont

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    Steeped in ancient Egyptian myth and legend, this trilogy is the story of a young woman and man’s coming together in a romantic union that angers the Gods with its heavenly passion. As the lovers explore one another and the world around them, taking the reader through war-time France, the Dordogne, Corsica and other exotic locations such as Cyprus and Sydney, we too become enraptured in their journey. Yet what will fate hold for two whose love is so deep that everything may be in peril.