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Monday, December 26, 2016

New Release: Falling For Them

Falling For Them: New Adult Reverse Harem Collection

Indulge in 10 all-new reverse harem stories from New York Times, USA Today, and bestselling authors, as well as up-and-coming indie authors. This collection of modern, paranormal, and sci-fi romances is sure to satisfy every palate. Whether you love to turn up the heat with a spicy romance, or savor a sweet love story, Falling for Them has it all. On sale for a limited time, all proceeds will go to charity. Help us make a difference for the new year by doing what you love…meeting our guys.   

Meeting Them by Rebecca Royce
Paloma has paid over and over for one mistake. Can the McQueen brothers be the heroes she needs or just more villains to destroy her?

Finding Nora by Ripley Proserpina
Lost, angry, and with zero options, will Nora sabotage the best thing to ever happen to her?

Ellie’s Bears by G.E. Kelly
Ellie's fed up. When secrets are revealed, honey won't be the only thing her bears are after.

House of Glass by Lyn Forester
After Caitlyn's life falls apart, can she trust her old racing competitors to help her build a new future?

Lily by R M Walker
Fairies, lies, and denial. Lily's life will never be the same.

The Four Clever Brothers by Amy Sumida
Happily ever after doesn't always come easy. Sometimes you have to fight for your fairy tale.

One Greedy Fool by AS Oren
She needed a job. She didn't think she'd get to babysit the Seven Deadly Sins.

Raising the Stakes by Autumn Reed and Julia Clarke
When three magnetic strangers begin to pursue college student Emma Harris, she wonders if there is more going on than meets the eye. Will discovering the truth ruin everything?

Precursor by AJ Anders
Sworn enemies on different sides of the battle. Will Evie cross the line to meet the men she is destined to be with?

Favored by CL Stone
The competition for the Emperor’s new court is fierce. Mizuki needs to learn how to act and look like royalty in order to find her place.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Cover Reveal ~ Finding Valor Book 2 of the Searchers Series

Forgiveness is out of reach…

Nora’s relationship with Ryan, Seok, Apollo, Matisse, and Cai is everything she could want. Never believing she’d fall in love, the acceptance they offer her is the only thing standing between her and a world that still hates her, no matter her innocence. Falling into a routine with the guys, she finally lets herself relax and dream about the future.

Until the past catches up with them…

Suddenly, Ryan’s entire future is at stake, and a man from his past, one with good reason to hate him, arrives to take the things he’s worked so hard to build. Rather than fight, Ryan wants to submit, weighed down with the guilt he believes he deserves. Pushing Nora away, he distances himself from her and his friends, placing everything they have at risk.

Can Nora help Ryan heal? He has to believe the person he’s become is nothing like the man he was, but all he sees in the mirror is evil. Will he ever believe he’s earned her love and the chance to be happy?

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Ripley Proserpina spends her days huddled near a fire in the frozen northern wilds of Vermont. She lives with her family, two magnificent cats, and a dog who aspires to cat-hood. She is the author of the Reverse Harem series, The Searchers, and “Missing Linc” from the paranormal series, The Aegeans in the upcoming horror romance anthology, Bloody Kisses. Follow her on Facebook or sign up for her newsletter at

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Day 6 Snowy Knights giveaway ~ Winter's Storm by Gracie Meadows

(Snowy Knights)

Born to a life of privilege, Winter Stevens is ripped from her entire world by a secret she’s not willing to give up. In a small run down cabin in the middle of nowhere, the past blasts back into her life in the form of the deliciously enticing, Jules Brennon, and threatens to reveal the secrets she’s protecting. Jules spends his life in a solitary cabin in the woods, content with only his ax for company. When the long-vacant cabin nearby is rented out, he’s forced to endure a neighbor. Never in a million years did he expect it to be Winter. A blustery cold night forces these two together causing secrets to be spilled, and Jules to get tangled up in Winter’s Storm. gracie-teaser-2b Excerpt

Jay pulled up to Aunt Opal's cabin. It wasn’t so bad looking from the front, he knew better. The roof was shabby from the last big storm they had, and if he knew his Aunt, she hadn’t ordered more wood, which meant the sound coming from the back was someone trying to cut some more. Looking at the half a pile of old logs, he knew it wouldn’t be enough for the storm, let alone the winter. Good thing he brought some to help them until they could put an order in. However, if he could have his way, it would be telling them to high tail it back into town and stay there, it was safer, warmer, and he wouldn’t have to deal with them if the roof caved in with all the heavy snow floating down on top of it all.

Wood in hand, Jay walked around the back, stepping over the falling logs before watching a small woman raising an axe that looked to be ten years old, and dull as dirt splitter pieces of a small log sitting on the base. God, what was this woman thinking. One, she couldn’t cut wood with that thing. It would only get stuck, and too, she needed bigger pieces to cut up, and three, she was going to hurt herself holding an axe like that. Stupid damn movies made it look easy and that anyone could do it but just lifting and bringing it down. There was a right way to chop wood without hurting one’s self. No, they have men who don’t know the woods from a hole in their ass.

He watched as she did it over and over again, not making any real progress with the one single log she had been working on. At this point, it would have been easier just to burn the whole long instead.

However, something about her was vaguely familiar, he just couldn’t put his finger on it. He stood still to see what she would do next, but when she brought the axe down again, he couldn’t stop the landing. Her hands were placed all wrong, and as the axe made contact, she yelled out in pain. Dropping the wood in his hand, he ran over to her.

“You okay?” As he got closer, she turned to look at him. Those eyes. Bright green eyes pierced through him, freezing him in place.


Her face went pale, she held her hand as a piece of wood stuck out of it. The axe was old, which meant the handle was too. It had a crack and when it made contact it went up and into her hand. Sadly, he learned that mistake himself a long time ago.

“Jay? What are you doing here?” Her voice shook, and he didn’t know if it was a shock, pain, or something else that made her look like she was going to be sick.

“Aunt Opal sent me to check on her latest victim. I take it you’re staying here?” He glared at her, unable to hide his disdain for the woman who haunted his dreams and played him like a chump.

“Aunt? Shit. I didn’t know. Hell, Jay, I didn’t even know your last name until that meeting. Look, I gotta go get this out. Can I call you or something later? I needed to get inside.” She dodges him, trying to head straight into the cabin, he wasn’t going to have any of it until he looked inside and make sure the roof and the fireplace are okay to stay in. The last thing he needed was her banging on his door because she was cold or broke a nail.

She practically ran to the door and shut it behind him. He turned the handle and instantly, she froze, blocking his way in.

“Look, I’m good okay. I just gotta get better at chopping wood. Thanks for stopping by.”

“Let me see inside, and take a look at your hand.” The piece of wood was still lodged inside, and she was doing her best not to make it such a big deal.

“No. No, I don’t think that’s such a good idea.”

“Come on Winter, I won’t bite. Let me in woman.”

“I, umm, you see. I can’t. I got, well…” but she didn’t stop him as he pushed his way inside and he froze just looking around the place. It was clean if not slightly cluttered with… toys. Spinning around he looked at her confused. When was the last time toys had been in this house?

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Day 5 Snowy Knights Giveaway ~ Snow Angel Rose Nickol


(Snowy Knights)

Kasey Danvers is on the run. Her step-father has finally pushed her to the edge, and now her only plan is to drive until the car runs out of gas. It’s just her luck that it happens in the middle of a freak snowstorm. Fate intervenes, when Bryce Cromby comes to her rescue, warming her body and soul as he protects her from the storm. But can he protect her when her step-father comes for her again? rose-nickol-teaser-1b Excerpt

Even though Bryce and Hugh were busy with the horses, Bryce looked forward to the calls from Kasey. So far everything had gone has planned. She had made the long drive to Denver without incident and was checked into the hotel.

“The hearing is at nine, and if everything goes as planned, Joe thinks we should be out of there by ten-thirty at the latest. I should be back on the road by noon and home no later than eight.”

Joe was the attorney Bryce had hired to help facilitate the paperwork. The only wrench in the plan was Larry. He was still fighting the transfer. Bryce wished he could have gone with Kasey. He didn’t like the idea of her facing Larry without him, but it couldn’t be helped. He had to be at the ranch. Joe would have to protect her where he couldn’t.

The last of the horses was having trouble birthing her foal. Bryce and Hugh had called the vet to help, and things were not going well. When things finally settled down enough for Bryce to check his phone, it was after noon. “Have you heard from Kasey yet?” Hugh asked, coming out of the shower.

“No, and she should have called an hour ago. I’m going to call her.” When Kasey didn’t answer, Bryce started to panic.

“Call Joe; maybe the proceedings took longer than they expected. They might still be in court, and she can’t answer. These things get delayed all the time. It’s hopefully nothing.” Hugh knew how worried his brother was. He was a little worried himself.

Bryce made the call while Hugh waited.

“Well?” he asked as Bryce started dialing another number.

“I got Joe’s answering service. They are going to try and track him down. They have someone at the courthouse who can check to see if they are still in session and call me back.” Bryce paced nervously waiting for the call. He hated waiting and wasn’t very good at it. “I’m going out to check on the new foals. I can’t wait in here.”

He had finished checking the horses and was walking to the house when the phone rang. It was Joe. “Bryce, what can I do for you?”

Bryce quickly explained that he hadn’t heard from Kasey and he was getting worried. “I left her in her car about one. I assume she was going for lunch before heading back. She’s probably on the road. You know cell service can be sketchy through the mountains. I’m sure she’ll call you when she can. I’ve got to run. I’ve got another case this afternoon.” Joe disconnected the call.

Bryce thanked him before hanging up the phone, but he had a bad feeling. Something wasn’t right. He explained the situation to Hugh when he got in the house. “I heard from Joe. Court took a little longer than he anticipated. Her stepfather caused quite the ruckus and things became very heated.”

“So what happened?”

“He finally signed the papers, but was still threatening Kasey. She got very upset. Joe thought she was going for lunch and to calm down before heading back. I’m going to keep trying. She might not have cell service depending on where she is.”

Two hours later, Bryce still hadn’t heard from Kasey. Unable to sit and do nothing, he and Hugh decided to start out and see if they could find her on the road.

“Let’s call the sheriff first. He might have an idea,” Hugh said as they left.

Ron suggested using the GPS on Kasey’s phone to track her. “At least then you’ll have an idea of where to look.”

Bryce wasn’t happy about the detour to the sheriff’s office, but if it helped him find Kasey sooner, it would be worth it. Ron had the information waiting for them when they arrived. “I don’t know whether this is good or bad. The GPS in your SUV and her phone both show the same location in Arvada.”

“Arvada? What the hell. She shouldn’t be anywhere near there.” It was after five in the evening and Kasey should have been somewhere close to Grand Junction if she had left when they thought she had. Bryce couldn’t understand what was going on.

“Don’t rush to conclusions. I’ve already sent a message to my friend in Arvada. He will have one of his officer’s check into the situation. I have a helicopter you and Hugh can use if you want to go there,” Ron said, explaining the arrangements he had made for Bryce and Hugh to travel to the Denver area.

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