by Allison ROy
by Allison ROy

Brooklyn sex therapist, Saylor Oz, can’t seem to stick to sexual healing. The brother (Angel) of her roommate and best friend, Benita, has been incarcerated for the murder of three models. The two women know he’s innocent and will go to any extreme to prove it. Prior to their investigation, Saylor had written an article based on orgasmic expressions in porno films. During her research, she’d watched a movie called Bad, Bad Babydoll featuring a psycho-killer model who murdered her rivals. Positive that the star of this porno flick is the real killer, Oz enlists the aid of “a dream-faced, hard-bodied stallion” PI who worked for the lawyer defending Angel. The devastatingly gorgeous dick pooh-poohs Oz’s theory but there is definite chemistry between them. Tracking down the porno star, the best friends become involved in the world of high fashion. A hot designer decides to make Saylor his new “It” model, despite her diminutive stature. Calling herself, Babydoll, the sex therapist hopes to lure the killer to try one more time.

If you happen to be a Stephanie Plum fan, Babydoll is the book for you. Packed with action, humor and exceptionally great-looking men, this fast-paced whodunit provides readers with thrills, chills and places in the Big Apple that…  Read More

Second Chances

by Nika Dixon
by Nika Dixon

Enter a high stakes world of romantic suspense with Second Chances by Nika Dixon.

Casey Marshall wakes up in an alley—alone, injured and unable to remember where she is or what happened. She’s struggled hard to make a good life for herself. She’s found a niche with a job researching stories for her local paper. She’s turned her back on the heartache and mistakes of her past and she’s finally found herself in a place where’s she’s happy, and even proud of herself for what’s she accomplished. And now this… Desperate, she turns to the one man she thought she’d never talk to again, Jackson Hale, but will he help her this time?

Jackson Hale has known Casey since she wore pigtails and drove the men in her uncle’s unit crazy. She’s always into something, and she’s always causing trouble for everyone around her. He hasn’t seen her in six months, since her last stunt pushed him over the line. When she shows up on his doorstep and collapses, Jackson doesn’t know what to believe—is this just crazy Casey pushing his buttons, or is this time really different?

As unseen forces converge on Casey and Jackson, it quickly becomes clear that the danger is real. Casey’s really into it this time, and it’s impossible to know who to trust. When push to comes to shove, will Jackson believe Casey when it matters most? Can he save her from a seemingly all-powerful foe, with connections in law enforcement and the government?

Second Chances is romantic suspense at its best. I loved every line, first to last. The plot twists and turns like a roller-coaster, and keeps you gasping for breath all the way—what a ride! Casey might seem a bit young…  Read More

Breath of Fire

by Tammy Kane
by Tammy Kane

Elera is the last remaining female dragonrider, and she alone is able to ride the bull dragon. An orphan, she’s grown up a warrior—full of spirit and determination. Not one to do what’s expected of her, she leaves her clan to find a warrior mate of her own—not of her people’s choosing.

Karl, also an orphan, has lived his life serving the Mattaen—a group of warrior monks. Not believing the tales passed down to him of dragons, he nevertheless cannot sit by and watch a virgin sacrifice laid out before him—and takes her place instead—only to come face to face with a snarling, deadly dragon. When a woman saves him from the dragon, demanding one night of him in her bed, Karl is at a loss. In thirty years, he’s read up on sleeping with a woman, but never done so. When he awakens alone, Karl is determined to set out on a mission to find his mysterious lover.

What a very unique treat Breath of Fire was. I loved the roll-reversal between Karl and Elera. Elera is the dominant female—she’s lived her life, she has sexual experience, she’s tough as nails and at the same time, totally feminine. Karl on the other hand is a virgin. Don’t freak out about this. He’s not a sissy, he’s not feminine. He just has other…   Read More


by Rob Preece
by Rob Preece

Hunger is an original tale of what happens to an ancient god when he inadvertently rejoins the modern world.

Ewan was once worshipped by thousands, but ultimately fell before the Roman Legions and their gods. Deprived of the flow of power he gained from his worshippers, he withered away and was forgotten. Until he unexpectedly finds himself drawn to a modern soup kitchen and the overwhelming power that flows from an unlikely source—a woman who works there.

Tia is a paralegal that volunteers at a soup kitchen. The power that her faith offers Ewan may be an irresistible lure to him, but she’s wary of him and his strange stories. A god? How could that be possible? And why should she worship him, when she has her own faith? After events prove that Ewan’s story is true, Tia is shocked to find her feelings changing. But although she might be falling in love with a god, she’s no one’s doormat and her worship won’t come easily.

When both Tia and Ewan are threatened by external forces, both mortal and immortal, can they find a way to work together to survive? Tia is a modern woman, unwilling to sit on the sidelines, and Ewan expects obedience to his wishes. Can two such different souls find common ground—even love? And will love be enough to save them?

Hunger was an unexpected treasure. It’s utterly… Read More

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