Where You Can Find Me by Fiona Cole

Luella King has experienced loss all her life. After losing her parents and the most important person in her life, she hesitates to open up to anyone and instead plays it safe. One night, she throws caution to the wind and gives into her desires with a sexy stranger.

Fearing her sudden and unexpected loss of control, Luella runs away from him. A chance second encounter pushes her to open her eyes and give the stranger a chance. 

There’s something about Jack MacCabe that makes her feel safe enough to lower her guard. Despite how busy he is with his job as a security specialist, they continue to spend more time together and with each date and late night message she finds herself falling in love. 

When a serial killer wreaks havoc on their city, Jack’s dangerously close proximity to the case reignites Luella’s fears of losing someone important to her. Surrendering her fears in order to keep Jack by her side challenges Luella to her limits, while Jack is under pressure to catch the serial killer before it’s too late. 

As Jack and Luella draw closer to one another, the killer closes in on their next victim. Soon Jack and Luella find themselves entrenched in a mystery they never saw coming.

**Warning: This book may contain minor triggers due to sensitive topics.

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I never thought I would ever write a book. I wasn’t even really a reader until age twenty. But I picked up a romance novel and that was it for me. I fell in love. And then one day I stepped into this indie world of books and I started writing. Then I wrote enough to keep going. And then I had a book. Sometimes things happen when you least expect it, but it all falls into place. Writing is it for me. 


I’m a stay at home mom with a degree in chemistry and biology. I LOVE science. If you get me started talking about biochemistry, it’s all over. I’ll rattle on for days! But I use all that knowledge to take care of my two little girls. Mostly while my husband is away being a soldier. 

It’s taken me a long time to get here, but I like it … And I think I might stay a while.



Tempting by Alex Lucian


His body climbing over mine. 
My teeth biting his neck. 
His scent on my skin. 
My nails carving a path down his back. 
His commands whispered in my ear. 

All of my senses filled with him.

I knew it was bad. But I craved more. It had begun innocently enough, bumping into one another in a crowded Boston bar. What followed that night had been anything but innocent. 

 Because I’d known, even as he’d slid inside of me, that he was my professor. I’d pursued him, a predator stalking its prey. 

 And he didn’t know I was his student. But he would.  

Alex Lucian is an author living on the eastern coast of the United States who appreciates being anonymous, for personal and professional reasons. Tempting is Alex’s first novel.

Soul Stealer by Lashell Collins

Soul Stealer
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Lashell Collins
Paranormal/Shifter/Rock Star Romance
Date: December 6, 2015




In a world where
human-shifter relations are often volatile and riddled with unfair presumptions
on both sides, Aleigha Daniels finds it difficult to trust. Fairytales are for
little girls because in real life, men cheat. Something Aleigha knows all too
well. There are no enchanted castles and no prince charmings who will sweep you
off your feet. So when she’s forced into interviewing the sexy, enigmatic, and
eccentric shifter rock star, Morpheus Wolfe, at his creepy mansion out in the
middle of nowhere, all Aleigha can see is the fear inside her own heart. And
when circumstances trap her there, Aleigha begins a journey she never expected
to take. What she doesn’t know is that Morpheus has an agenda, and sometimes
fairytales do come true.


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“What do you do for fun?”
“For fun?” Aleigha looked at him as though she didn’t fully understand
the concept.
“Fun. Enjoyment. An activity engaged in purely for amusement …
like sex, for instance.” He stared into her eyes, and Aleigha was certain that
he was merely attempting to get a rise out of her.
“Sex is not an activity for pure amusement, Mr. Wolfe. It has a
“Hmm. Procreation of the species.” He nodded his head as his
bright amber eyes bored into hers. “If that’s all you’re using it for, Ms.
Daniels, I’m sorry to inform you that you’re doing it all wrong.”
“How I may, or may not use sex is none of your concern, Mr.
“But it could be, if you’d let me help you out with that little
problem of yours.” His smile was almost salacious as his eyes roamed over her
“Problem? I wasn’t aware I had a problem.” Aleigha glared at him
as she tried to get her temper under control. The fact that she liked the way
he looked at her only served to make her angrier.
“Oh, you have a very big problem.”
“Is that so?”
“Mmm hmm.”
“What’s my problem, Mr. Wolfe? Please enlighten me.”
“You’re a little uptight, Ms. Daniels.”
“Uptight? I’m uptight?”
“Yes. Uptight.”
“I think you’re mistaking uptight for professional,
sir! I am not a groupie! I know you’re supposed to be some kind of rock and
roll guitar god, but I’m not impressed in the least. I find you rude, arrogant,
and highly inappropriate! You get off on this whole super scary shifter persona
and try to make yourself seem really deep and intellectual, when in reality you
are nothing more than common shifter riffraff!”
“Ah, there it is. Well, that didn’t take long, did it?” Morpheus
eyed her with an expression of triumph.
“What are you talking about? There what is?”
“Your true feelings, Ms. Daniels. I knew they would show up
Aleigha was instantly pissed. “You know nothing about my true
feelings, Mr. Wolfe. You don’t know anything about me!”
“I know you don’t want to be here doing this interview. You’re
only here to save your father’s show. I suspect you don’t want to be anywhere
near me at all, and why would you? I’m a monster, right? I’m the beast you’ve
been warned about. But tell me something, just to satisfy my own curiosity.” He
leaned in close to her, causing Aleigha to draw in a deep breath and hold it as
his amber eyes seemed to look into her soul. “Is it just me who terrifies you,
Ms. Daniels, or is it all shifters?”





Lashell Collins is an American author of romantic suspense,
paranormal romance and rockstar romance. She walks to the beat of her own drum,
but that’s okay ’cause she’s got a pretty good sense of rhythm. Basically,
she’s a geeky, quirky, laid-back, rocker-loving kinda girl who’s married to a
retired cop, motorcycle-riding, bad-boy alpha all her own, and she likes to
write about sexy police officers, werewolves and rockstars, or some inventive
combination of the three! When she’s not busy tapping away on her laptop and
living vicariously through her characters, she can usually be found watching
Grimm, rocking out to Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, stuffing
her face full of Chinese food, or riding on the back of her husband’s
Harley-Davidson. Between her book characters and the ones she knows in real life,
her plate stays pretty full. But she loves to hear from readers, so give her a
shout sometime!


Plan Bea by Hilary Grossman


About the Book

plan beaCould falling in love allow a cold, stubborn, and selfish women to open her heart back up to her family? 

Beatrice Buchanan has spent more years than she can remember distancing herself from everyone close to her. She has no relationship with her grandchildren and the only time she speaks to her daughter is during her weekly fifteen-minute commute to the nail salon. When Bea meets Walter on a cruise she realizes there may be more to life than designer clothes and impressing the ladies at her country club. 

We live our entire lives thinking we know those closest to us. But do we ever really? 

On the outside, Annabel O’Conner has it all – the perfect husband, two adorable children, and an amazing job. The only thing missing is her mother’s love. When Bea begs her daughter to help plan her wedding, Annabel reluctantly agrees. Little does she know the impact of her decision or the surprise that is in store for her! 

This emotional and honest women’s contemporary fiction novel will tug at your heartstrings and the twist ending will shock you. 

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Author Interview

What does your writing process look like?

I have a very demanding, non-author like, day job, which makes writing practically impossible for me during the week, although I am constantly writing in my head.  As a result, I tend to do all my writing on weekends, and mostly in the winter. I can spend a full Saturday pounding away on my keyboard, lost in the world I am creating. I don’t outline, but I jot down notes all the time, and end up scattering them all over my house.  I also end up writing a lot as I travel. I started Plan Bea on an airplane as I traveled to Chicago for work.  I just returned from a business trip to India and Dubai where I also wrote a good chunk of Plan Cee, the sequel to Plan Bea.

Do you have any strange writing habits (like standing on your head or writing in the shower)?

YES! I write in my head in the shower all the time. I also get a lot of “writing” done while I sit in traffic. I tend to get my best ideas when I am doing something else.

What book do you wish you could have written?

Where do I start…. This is so hard, because every time I read a book I love I am inspired to write.  The first one that comes to my mind though is Me & Emma by Elizabeth Flock. The book was brilliant and had such a twist. As soon as I read the last page I started reading over again.

Just as your books inspire authors, what authors have inspired you to write?

I was inspired most by Jen Lancaster. I always dreamt of writing a book. In fact, over the years, I made many attempts, but never finished.  Until I read Bitter Is The New Black, I hate to admit it, but I didn’t know what a blog or a memoir was. Her book totally motivated me to stop dreaming and to start writing. I started my blog, Feeling Beachie, days after I finished the book as a way to practice writing.  About a year later I started writing Dangled Carat. I actually met Jen this spring at a book signing and was able to thank her for motivating me.

If you could cast your characters in the Hollywood adaptation of your book, who would play your characters?

Bea would be portrayed by Diane Keaton.

Walter would be played by Harrison Ford.  I am shocked he is 73 (thank you Google)

Cole would be Bradley Cooper

Annabel’s would be played by Megan Fox

How important are names to you in your books? Do you choose the names based on liking the way it sounds or the meaning? Do you have any name choosing resources you recommend?

Some names are pretty important and I give them a lot of thought, and other’s just sort of come to me. As for Plan Bea, I thought of the title first, so picking Beatrice’s name was easy.  I came up with the idea and title of the book moments after I read a review of Dangled Carat written by a book blogger. We were tweeting each other when the idea came to me. Her name was Ana so I wanted to name my main character after her.  Harley’s name is significant to the story, and Violet’s I just liked.  As for Cole, the poor guy had three names. First he was called Jake. Then I went to a writer’s group where the speaker said that the name Jake was overused.  So I changed it to Oliver, but it didn’t fit him (and I kept forgetting what I called him – which wasn’t a good sign).  The name Cole came to me and I liked it.  While I was writing a friend was telling me about her trip to California and the tour of celebrity homes she went on. One home was called the Brody. I loved the name and decided to use it too.

What do you consider to be your best accomplishment?

I feel like writing Plan Bea is my best accomplishment. Although it is my second book, it is my first novel. Dangled Carat was my real life chick lit story of my attempt to convert a commitment phobic man into a husband.  But since it was my story, sharing it was easy – I knew how everything worked out. But writing Plan Bea was different. Some parts of the story were surprises to me too.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

In ten years, I hope to have written at least five more books. I really hope I can do it!

Were you already a great writer? Have you always like to write?

I always loved to write. As a child I had a little box filled with story idea, and I actually got excited when I was assigned an essay to write.

What writing advice do you have for other aspiring authors?

My advice would be to just write. Don’t worry about anything besides telling your story.  The next steps – looking for an agent, publication, cover design, sales, etc – they will all work out… There are so many options available to authors now!  Also, I would advise to develop a thick skin and don’t take rejection personally.  If possible, gear yourself up for rejection and almost expect it.  The vast majority of first time authors will not be able to secure an agent.  Don’t let it discourage you…. Instead embrace the small victories along the way. And enjoy the small moments and remember, you are doing something that most people only dream of!


Two hours passed and we still didn’t select an invitation. I wondered if the search would ever end. While I didn’t expect this to be a quick task, I didn’t anticipate it to be an all-day affair either. I swore my mother was determined to look through each and every book. I already had found ten invitations I thought would have been perfect. Every time I showed her one she’d just hand me a sticky and instruct me to mark it for later. She wanted us to narrow down our favorites.

“Excuse me?” I asked the bored looking girl behind the counter. “Exactly how many more books of invitations do you have?”

She paused for a second. “You’re in luck. There are only five more so you’re only looking at another hour or two before you can leave here.”

“Thank you.” Turning to Beatrice, “Mother, we need to speed up this process. I don’t have another two hours to sort through all these books.”

“Why? Do you have somewhere to go? A plane to catch or something?” she asked, her eyes never left the books.

“Mother, it’s already a quarter to four. I have to get home and prepare something for dinner so I can feed the kids.”

She cocked an eyebrow, “Isn’t Cole with them?”

“Yes, but cooking isn’t exactly his specialty.”

“Really?” She said as she continued to flip pages of the book. “I pegged him for the cooking type. He does make a marvelous martini, you know. Walter, on the other hand, sure knows his way around the kitchen let me tell you! It’s probably from all those years he lived as a bachelor. He’s an excellent cook. He makes the most amazing shrimp scampi with just the perfect amount of garlic. He’s completely the opposite of your father. Do you recall your dad wasn’t even capable of making toast? He tried to once and nearly burnt my house to the ground.”

“Yes, I remember mother.” At first I wasn’t going to say any more, but then anguish filled my heart. I stared at her. “Don’t you think that it’s sad I’ve been married to Cole for almost twelve years, yet you barely know anything about him? He makes a good martini because he had to work as a bartender in order to pay for college. Connie and Patrick didn’t have money to send him to school. He worked his ass off in order to get his degree. He was so determined to become an architect. In fact, as a little boy he drew blueprints for fun. Connie once showed me some of his drawings, she saved them you know. They were amazing. He was so cute…” I paused as I pictured the little boy my husband once was. “His dad was doing the plumbing for a nursing home that was being built and he took Cole to the site almost every weekend. Cole was fascinated by the building and started drawing his own blueprints. They were so detailed.” I smiled. “But the really cute part was while he was able to do such intricate work, he titled the drawing senior citizen home and spelled citizen s-i-t-e-z-e-n.”

She marked another invitation. “That’s sweet,” my mother muttered, without so much as a glance in my direction.

“Well, nothing was going to stop him from his dream, especially a lack of funds. When he graduated, he was so in debt he continued to bartend for years after on weekends just to pay them off. Which is why he makes such a mean martini.”

Beatrice didn’t comment so I continued, unable to keep inside what I had kept bottled up for so long. “Of course you didn’t know any of this. After all, you never once tried to get to know him. You never made any attempt to get to know anyone important to me. Whenever you’ve been with Cole’s family you barely manage to be civil. I wonder if you even know his sister’s names. Do you have any idea how hurtful this is to me?” I bit my lip in an attempt to hold back my tears.

“Oh, Annabel. Don’t be so dramatic.”

“Dramatic? I’m just trying to express my feelings, Mother. You know, I have feelings too.” I sighed. I felt so defeated.

“Mmm, hmm.”

The girl behind the desk no longer looked bored. Her gaze was fixated on us as I debated if I should say more. For far too long I’ve held my tongue, the words I wanted to say stuck in my throat. They choked me. I finally had to get my feelings out in the open.

“How do you think it makes me feel knowing you have no interest in my children?” I closed the book of invitations in front of me with probably more force than was needed. “You never spend any time with them. Forget about going to one of their sporting events or recitals, you’ve never even played a game with them. You have no idea if Violet plays baseball or soccer. You don’t know what Harley’s favorite food is or that he’s allergic to strawberries. The fact that you don’t know any of this, Mother, is what is tearing me apart inside.”

“Are you done with this little outburst?” She asked as she tucked a caramel colored lock of hair behind her ear.

“You know what Mother? Yes. I’m done. I have been done for years. I don’t know why I didn’t realize it sooner. But I guess better late than never. I’m sorry.” I reached into my pocketbook and pulled out my car keys. “I’ve got to go. I wish you all the best picking out your invitations. I hope you find happiness with Walter. He really does seem like a lovely man. But I can’t do this anymore. I can’t continue to walk on eggshells around you hoping and praying to gain your affection and your forgiveness. I’ve done nothing to be forgiven for, despite what you may think.” I got up from the stool and started to put on my coat. As I zipped it I remembered my car was parked in her driveway. Leave it to me to ruin my grand exit with a lack of transportation. I really hoped I would be able to catch a cab by the train station down the block.



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Author Bio

Hilary Grossman loves to find humor in everyday life. She has an unhealthy addiction to denim and high heel shoes. She likens life to a game of dodge ball – she tries to keep as many balls in the air before they smack her in the face. When she isn’t writing, blogging, or shoe shopping she is the CFO of a beverage alcohol importer. She lives on the beach in Long Island.



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Taming the Whirlwind by Author L.M. Heidle

About the Author

About me? Hmm . . . I hate this part. It kind of makes me feel like I’m answering questions for a dating service, but here you go. . .I’ve spent most of my life in one part or another of Missouri. The last four years, through my husband’s career, I’ve gotten to live in Texas and Georgia. My husband and I have been married for ten years. We have two beautiful boys, who will most likely drive me to insanity before they’re ten. We have three disgusting snakes (Can you tell it wasn’t my idea?). Now we’ve added a Rat terrier puppy to the crazy mix, who is beyond spoiled, but at least I get to dress someone in pink.
  I’d never planned on being a writer, never even crossed my mind. It started as a way to escape during a difficult time in my life and then I realized how much I loved it. I’d finished my first book and couldn’t wait to start the next one. Now I’m on book four and already have ideas for number five running through my head. I never thought writing would be more than a hobby, but when I was given the opportunity to publish, I decided to take it. Who knows where the future will lead, maybe I’ll sell one book or a thousand, but at least I fought my fear of the unknown and tried.
I have a ton of people to thank. My husband and children for putting up with me. My sister for giving me the idea by getting me addicted to my Kindle. If there was a Kindle’s Anonymous, I’d probably need to be a member. My parents for always believing in anything I do. Julie of Amazing Things Press for giving me a shot. Last, but definitely not least my fans (when I get some) for taking a chance on an unknown writer.
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About the Book

 Liz is slowly accomplishing her goals:

Get out of her small town- CHECK

Graduate College- CHECK

Move to New York- CHECK

Get a job- working on it

Find drama- WAIT! NO! 

Finding drama was NOT on her to-do list, but apparently life didn’t get the memo, because it threw her one heck of a curveball. What curveball you ask? It’s not a what, but a who and that who would be Mr. Kade Ian Parker. The tattooed, short-tempered, sexier than should be allowed businessman, has turned her world more than upside down. He obliterated it. Her life has turned into something that even a soap opera writer couldn’t come up with.
            Kade never wanted to find love. He saw how his family crumbled after his mom left; there was no way he was going to be crushed by another woman. No one had come close to making him want more, until her. No matter how hard he fought his
attraction and oh did he try. Hell, he basically pushed her into another man’s arms, nothing changed.  He. Still. Wanted. Her.  
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Somewhere In Between by Samantha Harris

Alexandra McCabe is disconnected from the world, grieving the loss of her parents…

Content with studying and keeping to herself, Alex has no interest in the campus playboy, Drew Collins, trying to get close to her. But even dousing him with beer doesn’t deter the easy-going charmer, and against her better judgment, the pair fall into a reluctant friendship.

Drew is bored with college life, and Alex’s romantic rejection intrigues him…

Their friendship is good for both of them, but Drew is used to getting what he wants, and he’s tired of shallow sorority girls. He’s much more interested in the feisty redhead, but despite his growing feeling, Alex keeps him firmly in the friend zone.

Old heartaches and new tragedies deepen a complicated relationship…

Whatever life throws their way, Alex and Drew remain best friends with their own traditions. Drew is Alex’s family, her rock, and Alex keeps Drew grounded, always challenging him to better himself.

When years of buried feelings rush to the surface, they threaten to change everything…

Drew promised his mother he’d tell Alex how he feels, when the time is right-but how will he know when that is? Alex is terrified to reveal those ‘three little words’ certain Drew doesn’t feel the same, and she’ll lose the only family she has.

Should Alex and Drew open their hearts, and risk being crushed? Should they be satisfied with a deep, lifelong friendship? Or does the only chance for happiness lie…
Somewhere In Between?

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I walked into Spike’s a half hour later and David was already there with a pitcher of beer and a huge plate of nachos. I gave him a hug, clapping him on the back.
“You look like shit,” he said.
“What’s up? Rough night?” He didn’t even know the half of it.
“If we are going to get into this, I’m going to need a shot.” I flagged down the waitress and ordered a shot of Jack Daniels.
“This is serious,” David said.
The waitress came back quickly with my drink and set it down in front of me with a glare. She looked familiar, but I couldn’t place her.  I took the shot and waved at the waitress to bring me another.
“Dude, what is with you?”
“Alex. Fucking Alex”
“You’re fucking Alex?”  
“What? No! I’m not fucking her. I’m starting to, you know…”
“You’re starting to what?” A ghost of a grin appeared on his face.
“Come on, man. Don’t make me say it.”
“Oh, I’m going to make you say it.”
“I’m starting to have feelings for her, okay, asshole! Is that what you want to hear?” I dropped my head into my hands.
“To be honest, I didn’t think you were capable.”
“Of what? Having feelings? Or falling for her?”
“Falling for her?” he asked. “You said you were starting to have feelings for her. Now you are falling for her?”
“Yeah. So?” I stared down into my beer, unable to look him in the eye.
“So? There is a big difference, man. You have feelings for some nice girl you’ve been out with a few times. You fall for the girl and game over.”
“Look, I don’t know which one it is, okay? This shit is new to me. I don’t do relationships. Hell, I do everything I can to avoid them.”
“That’s for damn sure,” the waitress mumbled, slamming my drink down in front of me.
“I’m sorry. Do I know you?” I snapped.
Her eyes narrowed and she slapped me hard across my cheek. She glared at me for a minute before I noticed her name tag. Tracy. Shit, she was that girl from before the house warming party. Well, that explained the slap. She huffed and stomped off as I pressed a hand to my cheek. I guess I deserved that.
David was trying desperately to contain his laughter and I glared at him as I tossed back the second shot. Odds are Tracy probably spit in it.
Samatha “Sam” Harris lives near Baltimore, Maryland with her husband David and daughter Ava. Born in Florida, she migrated north which most people agree was a little backwards. She has been an artist all of her life, a Tattoo Artist for more than ten years, and a storyteller since she was a kid.
Sam has a slightly unhealthy love for Frank Sinatra, classic movies, and Jazz and Blues music, but her first love will always be reading. From Romance, to Thrillers, to Historical Fiction and everything in between, she loves to become a part of the story. As a writer she tells the stories that she would want to read.
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The Oakville Series by Kathy-Jo Reinhart

Redeem Me: Oakville Series ~ Book Four
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Can opposites really attract? 
Chelsie Amell is a shy wholesome girl looking for the forever kind of love. 
Angel Walker is a guilt ridden man whore who is not capable of love.
Both are wildly attracted to each other, but do everything in their power to fight it. 
Will their pasts leave a barrier between them they can’t cross? Or will they climb it together and over come it all? 





Other Books Available in the Series: 


First Love: Oakville Series ~ Book One
Remember Me: Oakville Series ~ Book Two


Protect Me: Oakville Series ~ Book Three
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Deliverance by L.A. Cotton & Jenny Siegel

Deliverance: The Maverick Defense Series 
L.A. Cotton & Jenny Siegel
Romantic Suspense
Coming early 2016
Joy Mathers has spent the last three years numb. From her past, her present, and her inevitable future. She was supposed to escape the deadbeat town of Chancing, but now it’s her prison, and she couldn’t leave…even if she wanted to.
For the last two years, Dawson Spencer has been holed up in some of the worst corners of the world. He’s seen things no man should ever see, and thought nothing could ever shock him. Until her returns to Chancing and discovers everything has changed in the town he once called home. 
He thought Joy was away pursuing her dreams. She thought Dawson was never coming back. And while their connection might still be there, Joy isn’t Dawson’s anymore, and it would be better-safer-for everyone if Dawson walked away. 
But walking away isn’t an option for Dawson, not this time. He gave up everything to protect her once…and he’ll do it again. 






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