Alexis Morgan thought she had everything wanted: A budding career as a college instructor, her own house in an up-and-coming Detroit suburb, and a close-knit group of friends. She wasn’t looking for love when she met former boy band front man, Craig Harris, her childhood crush. Yet, their flirtation evolves into a long-distance romance that is challenged by Alexis’s independence and hesitation to get involved with someone at the mercy of the paparazzi. Still pained by the dissolution of her only serious relationship, can she handle a love affair with a man she has to share with the public without losing herself in the process? To Detroit, With Love is a story about growth and trust in love set amongst the backdrop of a city is on the cusp of revival that’s echoed in Alexis’s hope and tenacity.
After devastating family events, Scott Trundel clings to the last remnant of his former family life: an unrelenting passion for baseball. With no real athletic skills, Scott eventually embarks on a career as a baseball reporter at the turn of the millennium, when newspapers are quickly becoming relics and the information age threatens to make journalists extinct. Scott must rise above the rest to survive in the dying medium he loves. When Scott meets Cameron Dobson, he feels an inexplicable draw to the player most others now see as unremarkable. Cam was born with velocity in his arm and notoriety in his lineage. His skill is his one way out of his rural Pennsylvania hometown, where his last name is as dreaded as his fastball. To fully realize his talent, Cam must overcome a lifetime of unfulfilled expectation. Scott and Cam meet in the world of independent league baseball. Both looking for a shot at something bigger, they can only hope someone is taking notice of them and the new baseball team in blue collar Vineland, New Jersey.
Camping will never be the same again! The Park Slasher’s multiple victims are scattered across the country, adding to the fear that no one is safe. FBI agent Shawn Cleary pursues the ruthless killer through some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable to end the nightmare.
Unmentionables is an epic story of two pairs of lovers in the Civil War south. One couple is straight, white and wealthy. The other couple is gay, black and enslaved. Their fates are intertwined in ways that none of them could have imagined. 2010 Book of The Year LBGT Fiction!
When Eris finds a strange flower and meets Terran, a handsome young gardener, she discovers the Mistress of Flowers is a flower mage who intends to use the garden in a plot against the kingdom. Eris soon learns the threat against the kingdom is deeper than she suspected. She might be the only one able to save it from destruction, if only she can learn to use her own magic in time. In order to stop the coming darkness, Eris must rebuild the lost Gardens of Elaysia, but doing so risks the life she desperately wants with Terran.
Drake Bellamy doesn’t want to break the law.
His mother is dying of cancer and his father has sent him out to purchase medical weed from an unknown dealer. Things go bad fast. During the deal on the fourteenth floor of an apartment building, the dealer disappears, and Drake is stuck in the apartment with a dead woman.
The police are at the door. He has nowhere to go.
The police don’t take a stripper gone missing too seriously, so Aaron Stevens must investigate his sister’s disappearance himself.
As he uncovers connections between a series of brutal murders that have Toronto police baffled, Aaron gets too close to the truth and finds himself targeted by a billionaire who doesn’t care how many people have to die to keep his secret hidden.
A Murder in Time
The only way Marcus Johnson can get any serious cash is to steal it. Once the money is stashed in his car, he will call the police on himself. It was the only way he could pull it off. His was the perfect plan. But he can’t stop what happens next. He stole from the wrong people, who murder Katy, his new girlfriend. He goes insane with despair and begs God for a chance to right his wrong, but He isn’t listening. In a feeble attempt to escape, Marcus runs from Katy’s murderers, slips through time and lands in the parking lot of the store – a night earlier.
Monsters, Paramedics, and Street Medicine. New paramedic Dean Flynn is fresh out of the academy. When he gets assigned to the unknown backwater ambulance Station U, he wonders what he did wrong. Dean soon learns that his patients aren’t your normal emergency callers.
Good Ride, Cowboy by Allison Merritt
Sometimes all you need is one good ride to clear your head.
Cowboy in Waiting by Leslie P. Garcia
She’d buried a hero. She wasn’t looking for another. But her cowboy in waiting was far from a hero…
The Heartbroken Cowboy by Melissa Keir
Love isn’t found at the bottom of a bottle…
Cowboy in Trouble by Autumn Piper
A cowboy on the run and a girl on the rebound make for a messy fling.
A Cowboy’s Heaven by Sara Walter Ellwood
From the hell of lost love, can they find heaven together?
Cowboy Proud by D’Ann Lindun
She left town to chase her dreams… He stayed and ignored his… Can they find their dreams together?
50 Shades of Jungle Fever
A bi-racial–African American and Brazilian–woman with a troubled past, Keisha has been so focused on her business pursuits that her love life has been non-existent. When her world collides with Tristan White, the devastatingly handsome, 32-year old CEO of White Enterprises, sparks fly!
Assailed by demons she thought she had conquered, Keisha Beale has uttered the words to end her tumultuous relationship with Tristan White. Separated, they grapple for a time with their personal demons. However, when their lives apart become unbearable, a credible threat brings them back together prematurely. As they seek to discover who is responsible for the threats, several seemingly unrelated incidents throw them into a tailspin. Will Keisha’s youthful indiscretions or Tristan’s un-reconciled feelings for a former sub derail their tenuous arrangement?
“Excellent classic mystery. . . . Delightfully wry.” – Read Me Deadly
“Splendidly witty.” -Cleveland Amory, Cosmopolitan
Dagobert Brown’s always got a new hobby. He’s been through Gregorian chant, wildflowers, sixteenth-century French poetry . . . But his latest hobby is murder-or at least, the murder mystery he wants Jane Hamish to write.
Jane is the practical one. She only has one weakness: Dagobert, who exasperates her and intrigues her in equal parts. “Dagobert is my hero,” she says, “but he persistently refuses to act like one.”
Mrs. Robjohn seems like the perfect victim for Jane’s book: a lonely, delusional spinster who haunts the law offices where Jane works, telling everyone who’ll listen that sinister men are following her. When Mrs. Robjohn’s found dead of gas poisoning in her flat, Dagobert won’t believe it’s an accident.
Dragging Jane with him through 1940s London, from pub to nightclub to deserted warehouse district, Dagobert throws himself enthusiastically-if eccentrically-into sleuthdom, determined to track down a real-life killer.
In their easy camaraderie and witty banter, Dagobert and Jane bring to mind Dashiell Hammett’s Nick and Nora, but Jane is every inch Dagobert’s intellectual equal and partner in detection.
ABBY MCCALLISTER can ride and shoot better than any man she’s ever met, but when the threat of losing her ranch forces her to find a husband, she is unprepared for the mysterious stranger who takes her hand and evokes in her a sudden desire to be a lady fit for his arm.
He’d sworn to protect her. He couldn’t do that if she married someone else…
COLE REDBOURNE, immersed in guilt over the accident that claimed his best friend, discovers there was nothing accidental about it. When he sets out for Silver Falls, Colorado, to fulfill his friend’s dying wish and to flush out his killer, the last thing he expected was to find hope again disguised as his impromptu bride.
Almost, by Anne Eliot is an Amazon Kindle, Children’s & Teen’s Reader’s Choice Book as well as a top 100 Bestselling Book for teen romance. If you love high school romance, sweet first-love stories, and perfect book boyfriends, this one is for you.
At a freshman party she doesn’t remember…Jess Jordan was almost raped
…Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.
Three years later, Jess has managed to make everyone believe she’s better. Over it. Because she is….
Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.
Unfortunately, until Jess proves she’s back to normal activities, her parents won’t discuss college. So, she lands a summer internship and strikes a deal with hockey jock, Gray Porter. He gets $8,000. She gets a fake boyfriend and a social life.
Jess has no idea Gray signed on to help for reasons other than money. She also never expects to fall in love. But Gray’s amazingly hot, holds her hand all the time, and makes her forget that he’s simply doing his job. It’s like having a real boyfriend.
…Almost. Very nearly. Not quite.
Gray Porter is hiding secrets of his own. About Jess Jordan. About why he’s driven to protect her, why he won’t cash her checks, or deny her anything she asks.