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    Hawkins Hollow Maryland is where three men have been best friends forever. Coming from different backgrounds they were all born shortly after midnight on July 7, 1977 {07/07/77). On their 10th birthday Cal, Gage and Fox set out through the woods on an...

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  • Review: Indiscretion

    Miss Caroline Fortune has the perfect right to question the aptness of her surname. Her mother, born into landed gentry, started the downward trend when she married a charming wastrel of a soldier, being disowned by her family as a result. The mishaps...

  • Review: City of Tears Ontarian Chronicles, Book Three

    This was an entertaining and novel read. Saebin and her story enchanted me; Cyndi Friberg definitely spun an interesting web with some unexpected twists. I do think that in some cases the plot becomes somewhat over-encumbered with additional story lines...

  • Review: Final Words

    When Emma St. Clair dies from a hit and run accident, she is brought back to life by a team of ER doctors and nurses. What transpired during those moments when she was clinically dead has put her life in complete chaos. As a medical examiner, she deals...

  • Review: Wanderlust

    A charming little road trip through India turns into something more when you add in a pouting younger sister, a part-time boyfriend who shows up unexpectedly under a different name, and murder. Anna is a character you care for immediately; she's capable,...

  • Review: Time To Keep

    What starts out as an attempt to lower her BP, ends up as a rather out-of-this-world experience for Star Prescott. She has been sent to a vacation spot in England for people who need to rest and insulate themselves from the frantic chaos of their everyday...

  • Review: Willow Creek

    Willow Creek, Wyoming Territory. It's 1886 and the war of the Cattle Barons against farmers is waging hot. Nicki Chandler is the daughter of a `sodbuster', doing her best to help her ailing father work their patch of farmland. It isn't easy to hold her...

  • Review: Nightkeepers A Novel of The Final Prophecy - Book 1

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  • Review: Silent Witness

    Faith McKenzie has been on the run. Someone wants her dead. It is someone who is obsessed with her and won't stop until they get her. She knows she must always run never feeling at peace or calling a place home. It comes as a surprise though that the...

  • Review: Ellie's Delight

    Ellie Burton needs to find a way to safe her farm. The idea of renting a room to a stranger sounds good, but she's just not sure. Her uncle sets it up so she can try it for a month and see if its something she really wants to get herself into. One look...

  • Review: From Latte to Love

    Elaine was a high school poetry teacher by day, but hoped to be an extremely successful published writer one day with the paranormal fantasy romances she was writing in her free time. Stopping in the Starbucks in Springfield's old university neighborhood,...

  • Review: Holly and the Millionaire

    Widow Holly Kirwan has no choice but to take her infant daughter and flee back home. Her in-laws want to raise her daughter in place of their son who was killed in Iraq seven months ago, but that want doesn’t extend to her. She’s frazzled...

  • Review: Love Floats

    Kelsey Ryan, who worked in the family business, Ryan's Nurseries, headed to her appointment to give her new client an estimate. When she pulled into the marina and saw that she'd be working her design and landscaping talents on the deck of a boat docked...

  • Review: Mastroddi's Magic

    Claire Conway, a classically trained violinist who was a member of the Lincoln Center Symphony, had her prized Mastroddi violin passed down to her after her mother, another talented violinist, passed away suddenly. As legend was told to her by her grandfather,...

  • Review: His and Hers Dalmatians

    Callie and Hayden James were divorced for a few years now. Unfortunately, whenever the two of them were in the same room together for a function, hell would break loose. Today was both of their friends' wedding rehearsal dinner and everyone was hoping...

  • Review: The Legend and the Laird

    Raven knew from a young age she was different. She was to be the chieftain of her clan, the Draoidh. They were a mystical clan unrecognized by the other clans and the King but a powerful clan with many secrets. The legend of her clan ran deep within her....

  • Review: Demon Night Demon Series - Book 3

    Charlie Newcomb was a gifted singer until an accident cut off those dreams. Going into a downward spiral she began drinking to the point she couldn't quit and ended up crashing into Cole's Hard Time Bar and Grill. That crashed put her in jail and forced...

  • Review: Scions: Insurrection Scions Series: Book 2

    Scions: Insurrection is book two in the Scions series by Patrice Michelle. Readers who enjoyed the first book (Scions: Resurrection with the delicious hero Jachin Black) will definitely enjoy this book which is Landon Rourke's story. Landon Rourke is...

  • Review: Red-hot and Royal

    I really enjoyed this collection of stories about the princes and their pursuit of their princesses. Susanna created delightful characters that blazed to life within their individual stories. I do think that it might have been better if the stories were...

  • Review: A Highlander Never Surrenders Laird of the Mist Was Book 1, This is book 2

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  • Review: Hot Property

    Zoe Chandler picked Ely to finish her book for two reasons. First was the peace and quiet she found in this rural community. The second was the great coffee house that was located only two miles from the cabin she was renting for the summer. Zoe is writing...

  • Review: Hungry Tigress Part of a Series, but can stand-alone.

    Joanna Crane was tired of being her rich daddy's showpiece and wanted to do something for the people of China. So she did food. She went in search of China's Boxer Rebellion what she actually found instead was anti-foreigner bandits who seemed to want...

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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.