• Review: Brothers of the Blood Book II of White Oaks Trilogy

    Set in 1860’s and 1870’s in the midwest, Brothers By Blood is a coming-of-age story about, Blue Fox with Two Hearts, a Lakota half-breed caught between two worlds. When his Lakota mother dies leaving him on the White Oaks ranch in the care...

  • Review: Maya's Gold

    After the unexpected death of her father, Maya Valentine, a special education teacher living in Portland, Oregon, decides to spend the summer in Salisbury Junction, Oregon, where she'd spent her childhood vacations in the home her father left her. However,...

  • Review: Blind Love

    Poor Dr. Jared Fields is dealing with a curse now for ten years that a patient, who is an evil witch, happened to place upon him when he declined to return her sentiment. Her curse consisted of turning Jared into a disfigured beast of a man by day...

  • Review: Let Them Eat Cake

    Anna Mulligan is a very sweet caring ICU nurse who is thrilled to go on her 1st tour of Paris, France. She is surprised to find Dr. Jeff Andrews going along as well. Anna has admired Jeff from afar at work but he has remained aloof towards her. Well,...

  • Review: One Vampire Summer

    One Vampire Summer’s main character, Carol Langley, a paperback romance author, goes to her family’s cabin to get away. She’s greeted with her longtime neighbors Maude and Clyde. It’s not of these neighbors ...

  • Review: Passion at an Exhibition

    1890’s New York Rosalyn Abbett is a suffragette who is a strong believer in women’s rights. She is a junior curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which she will be working on the exhibition of royal jewelry. This has her really addled,...

  • Review: Pirates of the Mist

    This is the first Tracy L. Ranson book I’ve read. Especially with a time travel story often there’s a few gaps leaving the reader hanging, as in the case of a character being dropped from nowhere into someone’s lap. In Pirates of...

  • Review: Mysteria Lane Mysteria - Book 2 - Stand Alone

    Mysteria Lane is a set of four short stories written by four different authors with all the stories based in Mysteria, CO. Mysteria was created by a demon in an accidental act of kindness. Many if not most of the residents are beings with some kind...

  • Article: 213 single Scotsmen?!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Just as knights have fascinated us, men in kilts keep ranking high on a woman's wish list. So can you imaging owning a teeny isle in Scotland where there is a curse, which says all the men of the island will never find love unless the lady...

  • Article: Modern day knights

    Where have all the knights gone? Long time passing...... Where have all the knights gone? Long time ago...     But are there gone? Actually, they don't have castles, they don't answer to the name knight (unless it's a surname), and...

  • Article: Special song for my videos

      My book videos are slightly different than others out there. Most authors have video trailers that give you brief blurb about the book.       With mine, I go for a rock video feel. Let the music and the images speak for my books....

  • Article: Scotland, Edward I and sexy knights...oh my!

          What is it about knights that fascinates me? I am not sure. From a very early age they have. I recall getting toy knights on chargers from my grandfather when I was about three, remember holding them - one silver knight, one black...

  • Article: How does one Ride Thunder?

      I leave pieces of myself in my contemporary paranormal romances. In The Invasion of Falgannon Isle and now Riding the Thunder I draw heavily on memories of growing up, of places and people that touched me in some form. Most of these people and...

  • Article: Cats and love

      One of my "fun" books to write has been a collection of Short stories and novellas, Cat O' Nine Tales . (Sorry, Jeffery Archer, I had the title first! lol. I am sure he is worried about the competition! Not!). Each story features...

  • Article: hum...what to say...what to say

      I guess I should start with an introduction. Actually, I am rather boring, spending most of my time, these days, writing. My name is Deborah Macgillivray, I am an author for Kensington Books (Medieval Historicals - A Restless Knight , 2006; In...

  • Review: Dragon's Mate

    Lady Karee Wilmore is only hours away from marrying Prince Marcus of Alleon, but she isn't happy with this arranged marriage. It's not like she doesn't like Marcus. On the contrary, he's one of her dearest friends, but that's it. There is no passionate...

  • Review: The Burning Spiral

    Chicago homicide detective, Caroline 'Carly' Osych and her partner Bill Rashleigh are called to the scene of a bizarre murder. The victim has wounds like none they've ever seen, plus the victim, a suit and tie man, has a map tattooed on his face. They...

  • Review: The Storm A Novel of the Sons of Destiny: Book 5

    This is part of the Son’s of destiny series - eight brothers, four sets of twins, born 2 years apart. The brothers are exiled to Nightfall Island, a place where women are forbidden, in fact the brothers are the only people allowed to live on...

  • Review: A Most Unconventional Match Harlequin Historical Series #905

    Hal Waterman has run the other way when he met Elizabeth Lowery. After all what could such a beautiful creature see in him? Now seven years later Elizabeth is a widow with a small son and with no protection in sight Hal steps in to aid her. She is...

  • Review: Because Your Vampire Said So Broken Heart, Oklahoma, Book 3

    Michele Bardsley has brought us another extraordinary addition to the broken heart series. Patsy Donahue is the town’s hairstylist and although most of her clients have left town she still has plenty more because of all the Lycans who pride themselves...

  • Review: The Darkest Pleasure The Lords of the Underworld, Book 3 - Reyes, Keeper of Pain

    Thousands of years ago, Pandora was asked by the gods to guard a box full of demons.  These demons were all things that were bad in the world like wrath, pain, disease, and death.  Several of the gods’ guard thinking that they should have...

  • Review: Up in Smoke : A Novel of the Silver Dragons Silver Dragons Book 2

    Up in Smoke is Katie MacAlister’s second novel of the Silver Dragons.  It picks up where the first one left off which is with May in Abaddon with the Demon Lord Magoth wanting to make her his consort. May is a doppelganger or in other words,...

  • Review: Predatory Game GhostWalkers, Book 6

    GhostWalkers are enhanced soldiers, some voluntary and some not.  These men and women had their natural psychic abilities changed so they can do things normal people can’t.  These experimental GhostWalkers were developed by a scientist...

  • Review: Dark Curse Dark Series, Book 16

    Until Lara Calladine was 8 years old she lived in an ice cave with her great grandfather, two great aunts and her father.  Her family life was as cold, if not colder, than the ice she was surrounded by.  Her earliest memories were of her father...

  • Review: Tall, Dark, and Texan

    Bookstore owner Eli Barton is dead. For his wife, Jessica, it’s a blessing and a curse. For Teagan McMurray it means the loss of the only person he considered a friend. What Teagan doesn’t know is that Jessica is really Eli, at least the Eli...

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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.