See It First: Kit Fawkes, Ali Parker, and Nicole Casey

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Paranormal Romance

Beloved by Kit Fawkes

Beloved by Kit Fawkes

There is no escaping a love that lasts forever.

Emily’s life changes forever when a dark master makes her a vampire. He claims she’s the reincarnation of his first love, found and lost four times in eight hundred years. She thinks he’s crazy, until the dreams of other lives begin, with two things in common—Nicholas and tragic endings. As she copes with her new state as a vampire under his jaded tutelage, Emily wonders how this time can be any different—especially when Nicholas’ sire and sworn enemy appears to wreak havoc on both of them.

Sports Romance

Breakaway by Ali Parker

Breakaway by Ali Parker

Lucas White is captain of the hockey team, and well deserving of the position. He’s hard-hitting, rough and puts up with very little. He’s kept to himself throughout his years at Providence University, but it’s time to train the next man up in line for his position. His second on the Hockey team has a twin sister that catches everyone’s eye and leaves most of the guys acting like idiots, but Lucas isn’t interested. Girls are too needy, too catty and a pain in butt. Plain and simple.

Aubrey Moore’s had her eye on the captain of the hockey team for the last few years since her brother, Jayce joined the team. He’s known for being a complete jerk, but Aubrey’s had the pleasure of seeing around the edges of his personality and wants to know him more. Now she just has to figure out how to help him breakaway from being so jaded and join her in the best adventure anyone could embark on – love.

18+ Explicit sexual content, possible foul language and violence.

LGBT+

Numbers Game by Nicole Casey

Numbers Game by Nicole Casey

As a math teacher at the local high school, I’m used to playing the numbers game. Considering I’ve been down on my luck, however, I’ve basically given up dating—that is, until I meet hunky tattooist Hunter Cross. With gorgeous green eyes and a plethora of tattoos, he’s famed for his ability to carve straight lines into skin—and, unfortunately, into the hearts of lonely men.

I’d ask him out, but there’s only one problem: I have no idea if he’s gay, and trying to get his number while going under the needle for my first tattoo will be a challenge I don’t think I can face.

Guess there’s only one thing to do:

Play the numbers game.

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