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Preview Counter Play by Stella Marie Alden
My jaw drops open at the sight of Mary Jane McAllister lying naked on my bed in my hotel room. When I find out who let her in, heads are going to roll.
My ex stands to her full six-foot height with her lower lip sticking out and a tear pooling in the corner of one eye.
I may have succumbed to her antics long ago but I’ve learned a few things. Now, it’s all about Mel. I suppose, after six months, most guys would’ve said something to their girlfriends about once being engaged but there are times I can be a real jerk. Selfish, some might say but it’s not so. I just hate drama about shit that no longer matters. It’s such a waste of energy.
This is a stand-alone, HEA, in the Busted Play series. No cliffhangers and absolutely no cheating…
An Unexpected Gift by Lily Zante
Having walked away from a miserable relationship with her abusive boyfriend, Caitlin Quinn finally gets her life back together.
But everything changes when she is suddenly and brutally attacked on her way home after a Christmas party.
Terrorized and frightened for her life she is rescued by a handsome stranger who hears her screams.
Thrown together under the most horrific of circumstances, Caitlin and her rescuer must learn to deal with the effects of the attack as well as their existing relationships and the problems that each of them faces.
None more so than their newfound attraction for each other.
Paranormal Erotic Romance
Phantom’s Liaison by Lizzie Vega
The Magic begins to Sizzle.
The very same day that young, innocent Meryl Dubois moves into her new apartment, she inadvertently releases a phantom that had haunted the building’s tenants in decades past. Bizarre occurrences start soon after, beginning with sweet Meryl.
At first there was confusion. Chant-like words said in low tones, busy fingers, held breaths, and lots and lots of heat and tension. Then there was a rush of warm air and—was that a scream of rage in the background?
Will this young, innocent woman turn and run?
Or will she draw upon her hidden mysterious past to stand and fight?
Or perhaps teach The Phantom a few tricks he doesn’t know.
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