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    Alyssa Quinlan is a stake through a vampire's heart; ask questions later kind of woman! Vampires murdered her family and she will not rest until she eradicates every last one of them, especially the vicious vampire leader named D'Angel. Alyssa knows that...

  • Review: Coming Undone

    What do you do when you fire your crooked mother manager and meet with an old flame? Oh and to top it off he is now your bodyguard for your major singing tour? Well that is what we all find out in this new Susan Andersen book of old characters we met...

  • Review: Sealed with a Kiss

    It has been years since Molly Gifford last saw Daniel Hunter. She knew it was a coward's way to leave without telling him bye but she needed to go. Molly has finally found her real father and will do anything she can to keep him. The only obstacle is...

  • Review: The Empath Nocturne Ser.

    Nicolas is a powerful warrior and the male Beta of his lycanthropic family. He is tough as nails, but an outcast for breaking pack laws. But to Nicolas these things don't matter as long as he finds the one person that can possibly cure his packs alpha...

  • Review: To School A Cowboy

    Boone Dalton lived on his one hundred sixty acre ranch with his young daughter, Annie in Carson, Oklahoma. Since Annie was a first grader who attended Carson Elementary School, Boone allowed the school to use his property for class outings. Annie's teacher,...

  • Review: Dessert For Two

    While rushing to unpack her car of groceries Olivia Reynolds grabbed two large, overflowing bags and kicked her car door closed. Dropping her keys she bent down to try and retrieve them, but groceries started falling out of the bags all over the ground....

  • Review: Smiling Eyes

    Adelle Laudan has done it again. Smiling Eyes is an emotional, heartfelt story of a teenager coming of age in an abusive home. In the two years since her mother married Ben Stokes, Lizzy has faced increasing abuse culminating the night of her 18th birthday....

  • Review: A Noble Sacrifice

    A woman's determination to lead her people to safety and the desperate need to seek deliverance from past mistakes are some of the intricate highlights that make A Noble Sacrifice such a splendid and addicting read. Tared and Joyella are a strong pair....

  • Review: The Art of Temptation 384pp

    Lady Corinna is an aspiring artist who's passionate about painting portraits rather than the landscapes women of her era are expected to paint. However, since women aren't allowed to study anatomy, she is having trouble with every portrait she attempts....

  • Review: Sweet Serenity SubGenre: Western

    Sweet Serenity is this reviewer first historical romance read. It had me enthralled with the story line, characters, and dialect. Serenity Springfield just lost her father who she took care of and also ran his companies for him. But her brother had other...

  • Review: Hard Evidence 352pp

    Hard Evidence is the second book in Pamela Clare's I - Team series and what a continuation this one was! Tessa Novak is a top reporter for the Denver Independent. With her good looks and her honeyed southern accent and sharp intellect she is one woman...

  • Review: After All These Years

    Marilyn had raised her children on her own, often working three jobs to support them. With her children grown and working in a greasy restaurant, the past was almost behind her. Marilyn often thought about her husband Bobby but two decades after his death,...

  • Review: Riding the Thunder book 2

    Deborah MacGillivray has beautifully penned a hauntingly romantic story of timeless love and breathtaking passion with Riding the Thunder. This is the second novel in her Sisters of Colford Hall series and Jago Mershan and Asha Montgomerie's story of...

  • Review: Laird of the Mist 17th Century - 384pp

    Laird of the Mist is a wonderful historical set during Scotland's more brutal time of warring clans and the fierce Highland warriors who defend what is theirs through might and sword. The MacGregor and Campbell clans have been bitter enemies for many...

  • Review: Lady In White Length: Short Story

    Serena Reilly, a licensed healthcare worker, was taking care of elderly Clarice Masters, a very close friend of her family. She was a live-in companion for Clarice and a dear friend to her. They both resided in Bride's Inn located on Long Island's rocky...

  • Review: Beauty And The Geek

    Rebecca Richardson was the ideal mate to her best friend, Louie Becker. He was in love with her since grade school and he always knew that he wanted to be with Becky. Problem was Becky just saw Louie as a nerdy, computer geek friend - never anyone that...

  • Review: If Wishes Were Dog Biscuits

    Bailey Sinclair stopped to grab a quick bite to eat at one of the local fast food restaurants just before heading to her weekly kickboxing class. While she was eating her burger she happened to receive a call from her best friend of two years, Luke Pierson,...

  • Review: It's In His Kiss

    Emma Long had made a new male friend, Tyler Maxwell, while talking in a cooking chat room. They chatted for a few weeks like that, then they started emailing each other and finally started talking to one another on the phone. This friendship went on like...

  • Review: Love Me, Love My Rafferty

    Connor was playing ball with his golden retriever, Rafferty, one day on a country road. As the dog was trotting back to his owner to give him back the ball a gust of wind came and blew Connor's baseball cap down the road. Without missing a beat, rambunctious...

  • Review: Morning Coffee

    Mary Thompson was on her way to work and made her routine stop at the International Coffee Shoppe for her daily fix of caffeine. As she rounded the building going behind a small line of cars already ahead of her she sat waiting for her turn. She suddenly...

  • Review: The Long Thin Veil

    Megan Macleod was a capable young witch of thirty-one years, though she hadn't the fortune of being immortal as charmed witches were. Magic had commanded her life since she'd been in the cradle. But as all witches do, she made many mistakes along the...

  • Review: Secret Stranger

    In Secret Stranger, Kathleen Mix sends us on an exciting and terrifying adventure. Kelly Salinger lives alone on a remote Bahamian island. One dark turbulent night she finds a stranger washed up on her beach, unconscious, dressed in black and wearing...

  • Review: Goddess Goodies Book Length: Plus Novel

    What do you do when you come home from a conference hoping to meet your husband and find him shacked up with a younger version of you and pregnant? That is just the tip of the iceberg for what has happened to Diana Lambert. Never in her wildest dreams...

  • Review: Dog Days of Summer

    Emily Bryant was a divorced mother of an eight year-old son. After the bad divorce that she and her son went through, Jeremy was growing more and more quiet and unhappy. Emily's heart broke when she would look at Jeremy's sad face and she couldn't remember...

  • Review: Down and Dirty

    Sandra Hill has penned another fantastic book with her time traveling Vikings and Navy Seals. This story is about Navy Seal Zachery Floyd and Viking warrioress Britta Asadottir. They met 2 years earlier when Zach's seal team traveled to the past on a...

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Breaking the Rules by Ember Leigh

Amara's move home is anything but fun. With her mom recovering from a cancer diagnosis, her only goal is to find a job in her field and support her family. But once she lays eyes on Travis Holt, she realizes her time in LA might be a lot more tolerable if she could use him to take her mind off things.

For Travis, there's only ever been one rule: stay away from his best friend's sister. And it wasn't a problem until Amara moved back west all grown-up and sexier than sin. When she comes strutting around his gym every day, it's impossible to keep his eyes--and hands--off her.

The one-off fling Amara imagined isn't possible with a God like Holt. And once Eddie finds out, they're suddenly cast into the turbulent waters of Something More, the unfamiliar terrain where Amara has to confront whether she can truly support someone whose career is the antithesis of everything she's worked for in the non-profit world.