Book Genre: contemprary

One Stormy Night

One Stormy Night

Posted 30 July 2018 by Kim in / 0 Comments

Everything happens for a reason. Even a curse...

Finneas O'Malley is not a man built for love. He could never love a woman more than he loves the adventure and danger of a life at sea, the freedom to chase the wind wherever it takes him. The lure of a foreign land, the danger of a battle at sea, the exotic lasses he beds... how could any man turn away from that?

But when Finn wrongs Siofra, all of that changes. Curses. Magic. Centuries of being beholden to a vengeful fae who wants nothing more than to destroy him. Can he find a way to break the curse? Will he find the very thing he once scorned?

NOTE: This book should be read after Kissing Frogs.

Our Secret Nook anthology

Our Secret Nook anthology

Posted 6 October 2018 by Kim in / 0 Comments

Authors join together to support anti-bullying efforts with their words. Each has chosen one of three prompts and created a short story for your enjoyment.

1. You're alone in your home and you keep hearing someone call out your name. What do you do?

2. Walking through an art gallery you come across a painting of yourself as a child, but it was painted more than 100 years ago.
How is this possible?

3. Driving on a dark, deserted road, your car breaks down, there is no cell service. A guy stops and offers you a ride. Do you take it? 

Last Call: A Love You Snow Much Serial Novella

Last Call: A Love You Snow Much Serial Novella

Posted 27 December 2018 by Kim in / 0 Comments

When Sparrow Greenlee meets Nix Burkholder, it is definitely not love at first sight. It doesn't matter how chiseled his jaw is, how his shirt stretches over his pecs, how great he looks in a hockey uniform. The man has an attitude that makes her want to scream and send a slapshot into his pads. The only redeeming thing about him is his daughter, Harley, a spunky six-year-old with only one thing on her mind... to find her daddy a girlfriend.

 

And she has set her eyes on Sparrow. But does Nix?