Archive for 2018

Amanda Ashby’s What Were You Thinking Paige Taylor?

What Were You Thinking Paige Taylor by Amanda Ashby

New Beginnings What Were You Thinking, Paige Taylor? is all about moving away and starting a new life somewhere else. And this is something I know a thing or two about. In fact, when I wrote the book, I’d just moved halfway across New Zealand and was surrounded by packing boxes as I worked… New...

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Natasha Moore–It’s the Little Things

The July Guy by Natasha Moore

It’s the Little Things I’ve written close to thirty romance novels, novellas, and short stories. While I don’t plan my stories in detail before I write, (I’m pretty much what is considered a pantser – writing by the seat of my pants rather than by a detailed outline.) I do try to have my characters...

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Knocked Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

Knocked Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

KNOCKED UP CINDERELLA by Julie Hammerle. I’m a walking contradiction. School principal who liberally drops the F bomb. Fiercely independent yet willing to auction myself off for charity. Serial monogamist who’s down for a no-strings one-night stand. Except now I’ve gone from one-working-ovary to co-parent in the time it took a stick to turn blue…...

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Daughter of the South Wind by K.D. DuBois

Daughter of the South Wind by K. D. DuBois

E-book is FREE in Amazon Kindle Books from Nov 12-16th. As if grad school wasn’t hard enough, Dawn Wynham battles her bossy sister’s interference with her private life and resists divulging one secret—her very realistic dreams about tornados and the man who morphs out of them, Nino. After chasing twisters for her meteorology degree, why...

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SCRATCH (Devil’s Boneyard MC #2) by Harley Wylde

Scratch by Harley Wylde

SCRATCH (Devil’s Boneyard MC #2) by Harley Wylde. Clarity – I’ve been on my own since I was sixteen, and I’ve fought tooth and nail to make a life for myself and the son I never planned to have. Caleb is my entire world, despite the circumstances of his birth. Being homeless a second time...

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