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  • Battle Scars by Helen Blacksmith

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    After Army medic Andrea King loses her girlfriend and son in a car accident she is deployed for a 15 month tour in Afghanistan. Already not in a good frame of mind, she sees things there that will haunt her. When she returns home she becomes both depressed and suicidal as she seeks helps from her local VA. When she is unable to connect with anyone, she begins drinking and engaging in reckless behavior. One night at a bar she meets Michelle Adams, an escort, and decides to accept her offer for 3500 for the night. After spending a passionate but silent night together, Andy makes an appointment for the next week and then the next and the next and soon they are meeting every Wednesday never speaking. But when Michelle witnesses one of Andy’s violent nightmares she realizes the trauma she has endured and how much they really have in common.

  • Exhibit by Stella Noir

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    Everyone has a dark secret…

    New York’s top earning city trader, Bain Power, receives a special present in his annual bonus this year – access to exclusive members only bar ‘Kings’, where color coded rooms provide each of their exclusive guests with tailor made fantasies.

    Violet, a struggling au pair for a rich family, finds herself unexpectedly taken along for the ride, when their paths cross on Christmas Eve, and Bain can’t resist her.

    When they enter the red room together, what secrets will they find inside?

    This standalone novella explores dark themes and is not for readers of a sensitive disposition.

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    For a short time only, this edition comes with two free standalone novellas, Bub and Shadow.

    HEA and no cliffhangers.

  • Broken by Stella Noir

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    A violent rape and a double homicide bring Ethan and Jo together. Can they support each other through difficult times, heal their scars and move on, or will Ethan’s desperate need for revenge ruin any chance they might have of happiness?

    In the shadows of a broken life, can two people heal each other and find love, or will the darkness at the edge of their existence consume them completely?

    This standalone novella explores themes of rape, murder, suicide, violence, revenge and love. It is not for anyone with a sensitive disposition, easily affected by those issues.

    It has a happy ending and no cliffhangers.

  • The Clouds Still Hang by Patrick C Notchtree @pcnotchtree

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    A trilogy telling a story of love and loyalty, betrothal and betrayal, triumph and tragedy; novels that chart one man’s attempts to rise above the legacy of a traumatic childhood.

    The first book deals with Simon’s childhood friendship and eventually love affair with an older boy, the second the trauma of his teenage years and early adulthood, the third his struggle to maintain equilibrium and the consequences of his failure at one point to achieve that.

    It is a fictional biography, written because it tells a strong story which raises many issues over six decades, the post war baby boomer generation who in many ways never had it so good.

    His own experience is probably unique, yet will strike a chord with many others who have been through similar things, as well as those with an interest in such matters, either personal or professional, such as police and probation officers, criminologists with an interest in this field or those investigating the developing ‘queer theory’.

    It’s a varied, exciting, demanding, sometimes terrifying life story.

    It is not suitable for those under 18 years or who find explicit sexual narrative, including sexual violence, offensive.

    The first part was originally published in March 2012 under the title “The Secret Catamite Book 1 The Book of Daniel” which is still available separately in downloadable formats only.