Always the Best Man
Hometown golden girl Emily Whitaker couldn’t have left Crimson in her rearview mirror fast enough . . . until life threw her some curveballs and she’s back—divorced and with a young son. Her brother’s wedding should have been a welcome reprieve, but Jase Crenshaw is the best man.
Laura’s Safe Haven
Danielle M. Haas
Pregnant and scared, Laura Metcalf has finally escaped her ex-boyfriend who’s spent years making her life miserable—who abused her and made her feel small. Now a new fear of her unknown future drives her to do whatever she must for her unborn child. Cade Sulley’s construction company.
When 27-year-old free-spirit Taylor Lopez flies back to Miami to attend her high school reunion, she doesn’t expect to run into Mrs. Alonso — her former history teacher — at the airport. The fact that Taylor’s crush on the intense woman comes roaring back to life is not a surprise, but she wasn’t expecting the attraction to go both ways.
For one night I didn’t want to not think about being newly single, broken-hearted and never being able to have a baby. It was my best friend Gemma’s engagement party. Champagne, dancing, hanging out in a world where I didn’t belong. Far away from the uptown elite. It was bliss. “Kara, promise me you’ll have fun,” Gemma had said.
The Bratva’s Baby
My orders are simple. Capture her. Marry her. Take her inheritance. Get rid of her. The bookish little recluse is worth more than she knows. She’s an unassuming librarian. I’m the brigadier of the Russian Bratva. I command a small army.
She’s a modest woman. And now she’s mine.
Heartbreak led me to Puffin Bay, searching for peace in a small, coastal town. Four years later, my bar is thriving and my next business is just what the town needs. It doesn’t need Roman Tominey. Arrogant, city-boy, suit-wearing grump – he knows how to push every one of my buttons, and after an evening of bad decisions, he knows how to push that one too.
Revelations from Heaven
As a human development researcher, medical advisor, and director of clinical support, Randy Kay was not given to fantastical ideas about the spirit realm or embellished divine encounters. But after clinically dying in the hospital, Randy Kay had a life-changing afterlife experience with Jesus in Heaven.
Trouble in Mudbug
Scientist Maryse Robicheaux thought that a lot of her problems had gone away with her mother-in-law’s death. The woman was rude, pushy, manipulative and used her considerable wealth to run herd over the entire town of Mudbug, Louisiana. Unfortunately, death doesn’t slow down.
The First Classman
Willow: I only knew his first name. The night we met, we were only having fun. It wasn’t serious. It was one last fling before real life took over. I knew I wasn’t ever going to see him again. But I was wrong. Dean: I didn’t ask for her last name. She was a spontaneous night of fun right before I went back.
Why Can’t We Be
Lacey Stokes is the younger sister of Parker’s best friend. That means she’s off-limits. Bro code and all that. Something he failed to remember the night Lacey and Parker tumbled into bed together. Now they’re on their way to LA to start their own band, having made a pact that it was only one night and from now on, it’s friends only.