• Article: Hi Everyone!

        Barbara Huffert again. When I was here in May I told you about my ebooks. Since then, two have become print books. The first, Bound Brits Anthology, was part of Total-E-Bound’s first round of putting things into print. Wow what a thrill...

  • Review: Vampires Are Forever An Argeneau Novel

    Vampires Are Forever is Thomas Argeneau's story and one you don't want to miss out on. Bastien has sent Thomas to London to find his mother Marguerite, who is also Thomas's aunt. While doing so, he joyfully discovers the woman destined to be...

  • Review: The Dangerous Duke

    The Dangerous Duke, Maxwell Brooke, is after the murderers who killed the people at his estate. He thinks Lady Kate Fairchild’s brother, a priest named Stephen, who is in prison for treason, knows who the murderers are. He kidnaps Lady Kate...

  • Review: Forgotten Alliance

    Sarah and Greg Novak were married for twenty years.  They have both become so preoccupied with things such as work and children, that they started drifting apart from each other. Greg decided that it was best if he took his needs to someone else,...

  • Article: Happy Fourth of July! by Adrianne Brennan

      To all of those in the US of A, I wanted to wish you all a Happy Fourth of July. :) Today I had the fortune of celebrating with a bunch of other people in Cape Cod with a yummy vegan BBQ and potluck. It's amazing what you can do with lots of...

  • Review: Garden Spells

    Garden Spells has to be one of the most exquisitely magical books I have ever read. I did not expect to love this book. When I received it, the book barely hit my radar, no promise of sex or violence and just a hint of paranormal magic. Honestly it got...

  • Review: The Secret Bride In the Court of Henry VIII

    Diane Haeger takes you into a world where love was nothing compared to political alliances, women were controlled by the men in their lives, life was granted only at the mercy of the king and princesses DIDN'T get choices. I found this book to be completely...

  • Review: Come Green Grass Western, Historical

    After the death of her parents, Leah Clayborn, travels from Ohio to Horse Flats, Nebraska, to live with her Uncle Simon Clayborn on the Diamond Ranch. The only female on the premises and not allowed to do household chores, Leah grows bored. She has a...

  • Review: All The Time in the World

    Sandra is a teacher in Arkansas when her parents decide to drive from Brunswick, Georgia. They never make it; they died in a car crash. Sandra decides to go to her parents' home. When she gets there she decides to take a nap and wakes up in 1947 near...

  • Review: Believe Book 2

    Mikhail Romanasky sees things-it's a gift that's more like a curse, one that's been in her family for generations. Now, she's seeing the kidnapping of innocent, young children. But with what she's been through at the hands of Chicago's finest, only the...

  • Review: Melody's Song Book 3

    Melody Haney's beautiful voice fell silent after her son died. Only emotional blackmail from her boss's daughter made her agree to sing for the children in the hospital where her son spent his last days battling cancer. Dr. Devon Siegal, pediatric oncologist,...

  • Review: Saint

    Witness protection just is not working for Maria Carvania. As the lead witness of a high profile case against a major international drug cartel, Maria is just trying to stay alive. Unfortunately a leak in the system that is supposed to be protecting her,...

  • Review: Flying

    I was pleasantly surprised when I sat down to read this book. It was hard for me to get into the story at first and I didn't know how I felt about the hero, Vincent Rutland. But once I got into the story and Vincent's character was revealed more through...

  • Review: Fourth Time's the Charm

    Rowena is a witch. She has a big problem. All the spells she has done lately has ended up being wacky. Rowena created an invisibility that went wacky and turned her next door neighbor's cat invisible. She tried it but it just gets worse. Her neighbor...

  • Review: Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict

    Courtney Stone loves the books written by Jane Austin. Whenever life gets bad, she looses herself in her favorite novels, daydreaming of a life in Regency England. After finding her fianc‚e with another woman, Courtney reverts to type and grabs her drink...

  • Review: Cry Wolf An Alpha and Omega Novel

    This was a wonderful continuation of the story of Anna and Charles which was started in the anthology On the Prowl. Cry Wolf takes place immediately after the close of Alpha and Omega. Anna is moving to Montana with Charles and finds it hard to adjust...

  • Review: Jewel

    Jewel agrees to act as Eli's wife for one dinner to impress an investor. When said investor announces their "marriage" to the whole town, then a real marriage is forced upon the strong minded Jewel. And when a mistake from Eli's past returns to town,...

  • Review: Magic in his Kiss

    Nicole de Leon has spent the past 8 years at Bledloe Abbey. Her guardian, King Stephen, sent her there to await the day that she was old enough to marry. Her father and brother were killed in battle and her older sisters were married to loyal servants...

  • Review: Jinx Bigtime superhero series, Book 3

    This was a laugh-out-loud book that had me frantically flipping through the pages to see what would happen next. I thoroughly enjoyed the unconventional Bella and the plot - it's refreshing to see an alternative to the power hungry, all-powerful character...

  • Review: Mercury's War A Novel of the Breeds, #16

    Ria Rodriquez is the clerk sent into Sanctuary by Vanderale to determine if funding should continue or be halted. Mercury is in charge of ensuring Ria's safety while she is at the compound. Soon though, other agendas begin to rise to the surface and the...

  • Review: Tribute Romantic Suspense, Contemporary

    This book is a perfect example of why Nora Roberts is the Queen of Romance. Cilla McGowan is a former child star who now flips houses for a living. Her grandmother Janet Hardy was a famous film star who bought a farm in Virginia to have a place to get...

  • Review: Secrets of Surrender

    Roselyn Longworth never imagined her life would turn out like this, once a very sought after lady, she finds herself a fallen woman and about be auctioned off to the highest bidder by the man she thought she loved. Kyle Bradwell is appalled by the treatment...

  • Review: Wages of Sin A Cin Craven Novel

    Dulcinea Craven may descend from a long line of witches, but she seems quite content with her ordinary life. Then something terrible happens and she "inherits" more power than she knows what to do with. She is untrained and without a clue until an older...

  • Review: No Choice But Seduction A Malory Novel

    All the years that Katey Tyler grown up in America she has dreamed of other places. So when her mother dies, she finds now she has the opportunity to see those places. Inheriting a fortune she never knew her mother had. Her first stop is to be England...

  • Review: That's Amore

    Daria Marshall is a gypsy. She's never stayed in one place very long even as a child. The longest she had ever lived anywhere was the 4 years she went to college. Daria, besides moving frequently, has something else in common with gypsies. She is a psychic....

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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.