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Monday 12th October


termsDr. River McKay moved to Denver with his husband, Terrence, hoping to give their failing marriage a new start. A year later, Terrence is gone and River’s left brokenhearted. Now, he’s decided it’s time to get back in the game. A chance encounter at the hospital introduces him to Phil, a strong-willed pharmacist who isn’t impressed by River’s degree.

Phil can’t deny his attraction to River, but dating is out of the question. Phil only does one kind of relationship — domestic servitude, where he gives the orders and his partner obeys. To his surprise, River agrees — not because he likes the idea, but because anything’s better than being alone.

They know the arrangement won’t last. Phil’s set in his ways and incapable of showing affection outside the bedroom. River’s unused to obedience and still in love with his ex. But their time together will change them, making them question everything they thought they knew about love, control, and relationships. When the unexpected threatens to tear them apart, they’ll have to choose between the comforts of the past and a future they can only find together.

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scaleForced roommates, fake boyfriends, fierce attraction, and a secret or two… are they fooling themselves or falling in love?

Life is good for Eric Brown, a happily single theater major with a great group of friends. But then Will Butler–fellow senior, co-RA, and the cutest guy Eric’s ever seen–walks into his dorm. Will has a sweetheart he sees off campus–a minor disappointment that becomes a major problem when a housing shortage causes Will and Eric to become roommates, and Eric is forced to witness Will’s hotness day in and day out. He persuades his ex-boyfriend to pretend they’re still together in a vain attempt to protect himself, but it doesn’t save Eric from losing his heart.

Will Butler has never believed in himself. Although he’s loved music since childhood, he’s never seriously considered pursuing it. Then he and Eric Brown become roommates, and everything changes. Eric believes in Will and his talent. He’s also gorgeous and playful and fast becoming Will’s best friend. And that’s not good, because Will is hiding some big things, not only from Eric, but from himself.

Will they be able to get through the lies to the love that awaits them?

If you love college guys, friends to the rescue, and music and drama geeks, you’ll love this feel-good friends to lovers romance.

Second Edition, no significant changes

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simpleEmily Garrett had a plan for after college: back to her hometown of Ember Grove, where she had a great job waiting for her that she was going to focus on. After forgiving her last girlfriend too many times and only finally getting out, she’s not keen on dating again–not for a good, long while.

Vanessa Schreier is a different person from when she was a kid–or at least, she hopes she is. A clique ruler in school who used her influence to bring down anyone who got in her way, she’s come back to Ember Grove not too long ago to make amends. Most people know her as the woman who’ll help anyone, anywhere, anytime, but some people aren’t so quick to let go of the her past mistakes. One of those people is Vanessa herself.

And one is the girl who just moved back in next door: Emily Garrett, her brother’s best friend, her old next-door neighbor, and her favorite target to pick on as a kid.

Emily’s not stupid. She knows she had a crush on Vanessa as a kid even when she was bullying her, and judging by the way it feels to look at Vanessa now, she knows part of her still feels the same way. After spending college accepting one apology after another from an abusive girlfriend, she is done with accepting apologies from anyone–especially girls who make her heart race.

But Vanessa, and the drive she has to make things right, are hard to avoid.

The Simple Answer is a 75k-word girl-next-door romance about growth, forgiveness, and is the first book in the Ember Grove small-town romance series. Content warnings for childhood bullying, emotional manipulation, a car accident but no one gets hurt I promise, people talking about feelings, and more references to J-pop artists than I thought I’d be able to sneak into a novel.

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geekThe relationship is fake, so why does his kiss feel so real?

Stone is straight. That’s the first reason he can’t be my boyfriend.

Straight tattoo artists with dark histories and sad eyes just aren’t meant for geeky guys like me.

Even if he does have killer cheekbones…

But when our lives get thrown together one day at the park, he proposes something surprising.

Stone needs a fake relationship to get him out of trouble, and I might be the perfect guy to help.

The only problem is I don’t understand why a fake, straight boyfriend feels so good to cuddle up close to.

And I can’t figure out why a man who scares me to death can also make me feel so safe.

Stone marks me forever with his ink, but am I strong enough to make him truly mine?

Geek Tattoo is a steamy, easy read with opposites attract, fake boyfriend fun. It features a tattoo artist discovering his bisexuality, a geeky sweetheart confronting his fears, and two artists who don’t realize they’re made for each other. Enjoy!

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