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Cecelia shared one passionate, life-altering night with Knut before he rode from Norway for battle but the heat of that night still burns through her flesh and keeps her warm while she waits for his return.
Prince Knut has spent seven long years raising an army so he can take back his crown, but he’s never forgotten the woman whose passionate love tamed his heart. He remains true to Cecelia, fighting for the day he can return and make her his queen.
And when that day arrives, nothing will stop him from claiming what’s rightfully his. Cecelia belongs by his side—and in his bed—for the rest of their lives.
Inside Scoop: This medieval Viking romance features a hero and heroine plucked from the pages of history and given a hot, steamy happy ending.
A Romantica® historical erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
To Heaven Resembled -Pepper Espinoza
Firefighter Lance Stuart is minding his own business when a man on the street stops him with a simple expression of gratitude. He falls into the conversation with the man, and learns that Jakob is far more than what one might expect from a busker. For starters, he’s gorgeous. He’s also funny, charming, and flirty. Lance immediately wants to get to know him better.
Jakob Fox spends his days performing on the sidewalk and his evenings in various coffee shops and clubs, reading his poetry. But he always takes the time to thank firefighters when he sees them. He knows first-hand how much firefighters risk and what they sacrifice. His father was a New York firefighter, until he died in the line of duty. As a result, Jakob can show his appreciation, but he always keeps his emotional distance--from everybody. He also suffers from almost debilitating anxiety.
He wants to be with Lance, but he can’t handle the emotional stress of being with a firefighter. Jakob needs to decide if they have a future, or if he should just walk away.
The Arsonist’s Apprentice –India Harper
For Josh Brooks, firefighting is in his blood. Unfortunately for him, Dylan Anderson was working the other side of the fire, having served eight years in prison for arson. The two are thrown together against everyone’s better judgment when Josh’s role in the Philadelphia Fire Department’s Fire Investigation Unit and Dylan’s role as an insurance investigator bring them together to investigate a string of suspicious fires.
Despite Josh’s reservations and the long held belief that firemen and arsonists don’t mix, he can’t seem to keep out of Dylan’s bed. But just when Josh starts to overcome his preconceptions, he becomes Dylan’s prime suspect. Losing Dylan and his career are the least of Josh’s worries. If he can’t find the real culprit, he’ll be following in Dylan’s footsteps.
Edwin Masters isn’t a big gearhead, but he has spent his entire life lusting after one particular car—a 1962 Alfa Romeo Spider 2600. It’s not the flashiest car, it’s not the fastest car, and it’s not the most collectible car, but he loves it. Edwin knows he’ll pay any price for it. When he buys it, it changes the entire shape and meaning of his world, but not in the ways he might have predicted.
Cooper James, the young man who died behind the wheel forty-seven years earlier, haunts the Spider and he wants a life. He wants Edwin. So he reaches out, sucking Edwin into a deepening abyss by exploiting demons from a past Edwin can’t break from.
Edwin resists, struggling against the phantom in favor of an attractive, exciting young man who wants to be with him, Carson Heston. Carson holds the key to Edwin's salvation, but every time he gets close, Cooper terrorizes him. Edwin knows he’ll be lost forever if he submits to Cooper’s dark promise of release and relief, but that might be the only way to save Carson’s life.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, dubious consent, ménage (m/m/m), voyeurism.
This title is a re-release.
Mutilated corpses litter Pomona, California, and Detective Jason Squires is pressured to find a killer who leaves no evidence. His private life is a nightmare as well. Estranged from his wife, he finds himself in the grip of growing obsession with young prostitute, Daisy Winters.
As Jason and the killer dance around each other, Jason is increasingly distracted and frustrated by Daisy, who never loses control in their mercurial, violent relationship. Daisy, who is willing to do whatever it takes to protect herself and her interests. Daisy, who will take down anyone who gets in her way. Daisy, who cannot resist the agonizing passion she shares with a man who could destroy her without a twinge of remorse.
Contains: anal sex, public sex, bondage, domination, knife play, blood play, forceful sex, nonconsensual sex, violence, prostitution, foul language
Kissing Clause – Robin Danner
The only daughter of a powerful attorney, Alex Barrett is ready to break free of her family's Christmas traditions. Golden boy Scott Clause, a partner in her father's law firm, seems to be the perfect solution. Alex has always fantasized about kissing Scott, but is she prepared for Scott's special brand of holiday cheer?
Passenger Side – Pepper Espinoza
Rebecca Cooper is stretching herself thin as Christmas approaches, working two jobs and very long hours. Her evening job is with a catering service, Star Parties, and, in Los Angeles, the party season is in full swing. Eager for a steady paycheck and a large bonus, she agrees to act as a chauffeur for their most popular bartender, Jeff, after his driver’s license is suspended. She doesn't like Jeff and she doesn't want to spend any extra time with him, but she can't help but respond to every word, look, and kiss.
Christmas Strangers – Lisa Marie
For most, Christmas is the time of happiness and good cheer, where people are a little nicer, a little kinder. But, for two strangers, Christmas Eve is a time of sadness, a reminder of lives gone wrong and the fact that life isn't always fair. This Christmas, they fall into each other, bent on making the holiday at least a little more bearable.