See It First: Ann Omasta, Cait Reynolds, and Emma Jaye

See It First: Ann Omasta, Cait Reynolds, and Emma Jaye

We know Instafreebie readers are always ready to discover new authors and try great new reads from old favorites, so we’re making our blog the best way for you to see it first every day! It’s Monday, and we’re starting off the week with the latest and greatest from our top romance genres!

Contemporary Short Story

Coconutty Christmas by Ann Omasta

Coconutty Christmas: Holiday in Hawaii by Ann Omasta

Get your quick escape to Hawaii for the holidays (or anytime)!

Kalea has been warned about the temporary nature and heartbreaking consequences of falling for a tourist passing through her little slice of Hawaiian paradise.

Will the fear of being hurt keep her from experiencing all of the delightful surprises that life has to offer?
Or will the trifecta of gorgeous Russ, a freak storm, and an unforgettable Christmas allow her to open her heart to the possibility of finding her happily-ever-after ending?

This sweet short story is part of The Escape Series, which includes the Kindle Scout winning book, Getting Lei’d, its prequel novella, Aloha, Baby!, and the follow-up novel, Cruising for Love.

Historical Romance 

Angel Hands by Cait Reynolds

Angel Hands by Cait Reynolds

Sometimes, it is best to begin at the end. Angel Hands, by Cait Reynolds, begins at the end of The Phantom of the Opera, revealing, for the first time, the true story behind Leroux’s fantastical tale and the real fate of the Phantom himself.

When the Opera de Paris is purchased and renovated, years after a mysterious fire nearly destroyed it, the Phantom finds himself unexpectedly resurrected – in the form of a young boy hired by the manager’s daughter to play pranks on the cast, crew, and audience. After all, the return of the infamous “Opera Ghost” can only be good for ticket sales, and Mireille Dubienne is determined to see her father’s investment become profitable. Plain, shrewd, and proud, Mireille pours the rage of her disappointed hopes and looming spinsterhood into helping her father manage the Opera de Paris and making it a success. What she doesn’t count on is the real “Opera Ghost” deciding he no longer wishes to be an understudy in his own domain, the theater that Mireille believes is hers.

The Phantom and Mireille push each other to the limits of their cunning to control and manipulate each other, with no game too low to play. With each passing day, the stakes get higher, until surrender is no longer an option for the Phantom or Mireille. Every trick and betrayal drives them toward a startling truth that will change more than one life forever: you can’t love what you hate…but you can desire it.

Erotica

Preview Holly Berry by Emma Jaye

Holly Berry by Emma Jaye

Shaking his ‘master’ snow globe, Father Christmas searched for a solution to the biggest pain in the butt he’d suffered from in years. The fact that Holly’s personality was completely his fault didn’t help. Everyone at the North Pole was suffering, including Holly because he’d had a few too many sherries before magicking her into existence to help with the Christmas rush.
Somewhere on Earth, there had to be someone who had a Christmas wish to spend some time with a cute, pain loving, sarcastic and bolshie blonde girl, who had a significant chip on her shoulder.
Father Christmas chuckled to himself as an image of a tall, brown haired man appeared in his globe. Oh yes, Kian Thompson had been a very good boy for quite a few years now, and he deserved a reward. Whether he’d cope with the reward who would soon be on her way to him, was quite another matter.

Warning: Contains gratuitous festive references of a significantly English nature, kinky fairy action, and one frequently bewildered human Dom.

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5 thoughts on “See It First: Ann Omasta, Cait Reynolds, and Emma Jaye

    1. When you click to download the book, it should ask you the format you want. Select kobi, and then to have it emailed to you. When you receive that email, you should see the book as an attachment as a kobi file, and it will automatically be in your kindle.

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