Rights Catalog

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Alex Grayson
The Consumed Series:
Always Wanting
Bare Yourself
Watching Mine

The Jaded Series:
Shatter Me
Reclaim Me
Unveil Me
Awaken Me

The Hell Night Series:
Trouble in Hell
Bitter Sweet Hell
Judge of Hell
Key to Hell

Standalones:
The Sinister Silhouette
Endless Obsession
Whispered Prayers of a Girl

Fabiola Francisco
Rebel Desire Series:
Lovin’ on You
Love You Through It
All of You

Standalones:
All My Truths & One Lie
Twisted in You

Holly Renee
The Bottoms Up Series:
Bottoms Up
Double Shot

The Good Girls Series:
Where Good Girls Go to Die
Where Bad Girls Go to Fall
Where Bad Boys are Ruined

Standalones:
The Wrong Prince Charming

LK Farlow
The Southern Roots Series:
Coming up Roses
An Uphill Battle
Weather the Storm

The Brother’s Best Friend Romances:
Best Laid Plans
Best of Intentions

Standalones:
Rebel Heart

Melissa Toppen
All That We Are
How We Fall
Love Me Like You Won’t Let Go
Ten Hours
What Comes After
The Road to You
Where the Night Ends

S. Massery
Something Special Series:
Something Special
Something Sacred

Laramie Briscoe
Moonshine Task Force Series:
Renegade

Standalones:

Trick

Alex Grayson

Alex Grayson is the bestselling author of heart pounding, emotionally gripping contemporary romances including the Jaded Series, the Consumed Series, and three standalone novels. Her passion for books was reignited by a gift from her sister-in-law.

After spending several years as a devoted reader and blogger, Alex decided to write and independently publish her first novel in 2014 (an endeavor that took a little longer than expected). The rest, as they say, is history.
Originally a southern girl, Alex now lives in Ohio with her husband, two children, two cats and dog. She loves the color blue, homemade lasagna, casually browsing real estate, and interacting with her readers.

The Consumed Series:

Book 1: Always Wanting

Genre: Erotic Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
My name is Abigail Summers, and I’m addicted to sex. Yes, you read right. I’m a woman that craves…no, needs to have a man take my body on a daily basis. If I don’t have sex at least once a day, my body shakes from withdrawals, my stomach cramps with unbearable pain, my sexually hazed mind goes haywire, and I become extremely irritable and a major b*tch. This isn’t a lifestyle I’ve chosen for myself. It’s a struggle I deal with every single day.

I don’t do relationships, because what man wants to be stuck knowing his girl may be out having sex with some random guy if he’s not available? You may think this is something that I can control, but I say screw you; you’ve never been in my shoes before.

The cravings may be something I can’t control, but I’ve learned to embrace them. I’ve tried the sexual addiction support groups. I’ve tried curbing my appetites. I’ve been shunned, criticized, ridiculed, and called every nasty name under the sun. Well, I say f*ck all you judgmental a-holes. I’ll have sex with who I want, when I want, where I want. Embarrassment? That’s a thing of the past. This is my life now, and those that don’t like it can go straight to hell.

But then he came along and screwed everything up. Colt Maverick. For once in my life, I want more, crave more from one guy. A guy that’s sweet and doesn’t match my hard interior. A guy that looks at me like he wants to eat me alive and claim me as his own. A guy that will most definitely not be okay with my addiction. A guy that I want over and over again, not because my body demands it, but because I demand it.

I now have a new addiction. But will he be enough to satisfy my uncontrollable desires?

Summary:
Abby suffers from a hyper-sexual disorder; more specifically, she’s addicted to sex. If she doesn’t have sex at least once a day, she goes through painful withdrawals; severe stomach cramps, shakes, headache, etc. During the day, Abby works at a daycare center. At night, she’s on the hunt for a man to fulfill her body’s need. If she can’t find a man, her friend Nathan has sex with her.

Normally, Abby only sleeps with a man once, but after meeting millionaire business owner Colt, she continues to crave him. Abby tells him about her disorder, and about the repeated rapes by a neighbor when she was a young teen, and how she thinks her disorder stems from that. To her surprise, Colt doesn’t run; instead, he insists that he’ll be the only man that she needs. They begin a relationship, although Abby is unsure that she can have a real relationship without cheating. When Colt doesn’t show up one night a few weeks in, her withdrawals come back in full force, and she nearly has sex with Nathan. She finds that she doesn’t want anyone other than Colt, and takes Valium to relive her pain. Colt shows up to her apartment late, and finds Nathan there, and Abby asleep. In the morning, she ends things with Colt, and she begins relying on the medicine to get her through her withdrawals. Colt sneaks in her apartment every night and has sex with her while she’s drugged. When Abby finds out, she isn’t disgusted like she knows she should be—she is instead convinced of his love. They begin dating again, and trialing new methods to relieve her symptoms. He is by her side as she tells her family of the abuse she never reported, and as she seeks psychiatric help. The epilogue shows them one year later, married and pregnant.

The Consumed Series:

Book 2: Bare Yourself

Genre: Erotic Romance

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*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
My name is Tegan Zander, and I like to… bare myself. Yes, you read that right. It’s not just me I want everyone to see, but also the lucky person I’m with at the moment. No, I don’t go around whipping out my junk and pulling up skirts to flash all the Joe Blows around. Give me some credit; I’m a bit more discreet than that. Barely. No, I like to be watched while f*cking. I like knowing someone else is in the room, getting off on what my partner and I are doing. This is my sexual vice, and I f*cking love it.

What I don’t do is relationships. I have too much fun in my bachelor life. I don’t want to be tied down to one woman when there are still so many out there to explore.

Willow Bennett was just a woman I helped on the side of the road. Nothing more, nothing less, even if her hot little body demanded attention from mine. I did my good deed, kissed those sweet lips, ground my jean-covered length against her softness, and left, expecting to never see her again.

But then, there she was, in her short skirt, tank top, and flip-flops, looking sexy as hell. She didn’t know it yet, but she was my next plaything. I was going to expose her along with me. I was going to show her just how good it could be if she lost her inhibitions and let me put her on display.

I don’t do relationships, but with this girl, I just might… expose my heart to her.

Summary:
Tegan is an exhibitionist—he likes to have someone watch him with his sexual partners. As a child, his mom repeatedly forced him to have sex with a man while other people watched. His dad saved him when he was eleven, and his mother went to a psychiatric hospital. She is now dying of brain cancer, and Tegan drives eight hours to see her once a week, even though he hates her for what she did to him. On one of those trips, he stops to help a woman with a flat tire, and she thanks him with a hot kiss. Her name is Willow, and she is moving from Texas to Atlanta after the death of her mother. After that steamy first encounter, they meet by chance in Atlanta. He pursues her, and she agrees to a date. They go to a risqué club, where he tells her of his sexual preferences, and she becomes intrigued. One of Tegan’s best friends watches them have a sexual encounter on the dance floor, and later, he shows up at Tegan’s to watch them, and joins in. Tegan and Willow begin a sexual relationship, which includes several exhibitions in public. They open up to each other about their pasts, and develop feelings quickly.  

Willow and her best friend Minnie are hiding from Willow’s twin brother Bryan. He used to be their best friend, and Minnie’s boyfriend, but after the twins’ father died a few years before, Bryan started doing drugs and cheated on Minnie. Minnie is now married with a baby, and Willow is hiding a watch collection that Bryan wants so that he can sell it for drug money. Her brother finds them and he attacks Minnie. Tegan later catches Bryan as he attempts to get to Willow. Bryan breaks down and agrees to go to rehab, which Tegan pays for. After Tegan’s mother dies, he reads a letter from her, saying that the man that used to abuse him was her brother, and he raped her from the time she was seven. She let him abuse Tegan because he threatened to murder them both if she didn’t. He is in prison for life for rape. Tegan finally has a little understanding of why his mother acted the way she did. Bryan does well in rehab and is released after a few months, and is trying to live a normal and healthy life. The story ends with a proposal from Tegan, at that same risqué club where they had their first date and their first witnessed sexual experience.  

The Consumed Series:

Book 3: Watching Mine

Genre: Erotic Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
My name is Nathan Reines… and I’m a voyeur. Yes, I like to watch people have sex. Witnessing the desire on their faces as they writhe in pleasure makes my blood hotter than the hottest flame. There’s nothing more erotic than seeing their bodies tighten and tremble as they balance on the edge of ecstasy. It makes my d*ck as hard as f*cking steel.

I’ve never been tempted to have a lasting relationship with a woman–why get involved when watching from the sidelines is so f*cking hot? But from the first time I watched the woman in the apartment across from mine, I knew she was different. She teases me with her soft touches and gentle caresses. She tempts me with her silent moans and sexy whimpers. She excites me, and makes me want more than I ever have before.

For two years, I refused to give in to my curiosity. That is, until fate took things in her own twisted hands. Now that I know what it’s like to experience Emberleigh in the flesh, there’s no damn way I could ever go back to simply watching.

Summary:
Nathan is a voyeur—he likes to watch people have sex. For the last two years, he’s been watching his neighbor pleasure herself every Tuesday night. He’s never approached her, or even spoken with her. Finally, he meets her—Emberleigh—at a club that he and his friends frequent, and they have several sexy encounters before they officially start dating. Nathan tells her that he likes to watch people have sex, which excites her. Together, they have multiple sexual escapades with different people, such as Nathan watching Emberleigh fool around with another man, and the two of them watching Nathan’s exhibitionist friend having sex with his girlfriend.

Nathan wants a real relationship with Emberleigh, which has never happened to him before. He hangs out with her and her eight-year-old sister, who Emberleigh later confides is actually her daughter. She got pregnant by rape at a young age, and her parents have raised Avery as their own. Avery thinks that Emberleigh is her sister. Nathan struggles with how to tell Emberleigh that he watched her for nearly two years, but in the end, she confesses she has known for at least a year, and took pleasure in him watching. The story ends with Emberleigh telling Avery that she is her mother, and Nathan proposes to Emberleigh.

The Jaded Series:

Book 1: Shatter Me

Genre: Romantic Suspense

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Pain.

That’s a word Bailey Winsor knows well, having endured it since she was a child from the people who were supposed to protect her. Just when her life appears normal, something Bailey has never experienced, she meets a man and falls in love.

Love can be deceiving.

Bailey jumps from the frying pan that was her childhood into the burning bowels of hell, which is her sick and twisted husband. It’s hopeless. Suffering more years of abuse, Bailey eventually realizes she has no choice but to run.

Forced to stop in a small town in Ohio, Bailey encounters a town full of people that welcome her with open arms, especially Jaxon Walker, the tattooed and pierced local bar owner. Bailey has secrets she’s unwilling to reveal. Jaxon senses her fear and refuses to give up trying to discover them.

Will Bailey be brave enough and learn to trust Jaxon with her deepest secrets? Will Jaxon be strong enough to protect Bailey when her past comes knocking at her door?

Summary:
Bailey is a woman on the run from her husband, Steven, who is a prominent attorney. She has been living a nightmare all her life; she was abused as a child, and Steven repeatedly beat her, raped her, and shared her with his friends. She finally ran from him after her pushed her down the stairs, causing her to lose the baby she was carrying. She ends up in Jaded Hollow, out of money and needing a job. She meets the local bar owner, Jaxon, and starts working for him, and living in the apartment above the bar. At first, Jaxon’s standoffish, but he soon realizes something terrible happened to her. She’s skittish and freaks out when men get too close. Jaxon works at lowering her guard and getting her to trust him. He admits that he has feelings for her, but won’t push her because he knows she’s been through trauma. She is welcomed into Jaxon’s group of friends, and becomes especially close with his sister, Anna.

Bailey starts getting phone calls from her husband, letting her know that he has found her, and when she spots him in the bar one night, she tells Jaxon exactly what, and who, she’s been running from. Jaxon talks her into staying with him, and promises to keep her safe. He contacts the sheriff, and they begin an investigation into Steven. Steven sends threatening notes and packages, and kidnaps Anna. When Bailey receives a text describing the torture Anna is going through, she offers herself in exchange, and goes to Steven. Instead of releasing Anna as he promised, he and his friend rape the two women at the same time. Jaxon, the sheriff, and Anna’s boyfriend Nick show up, but it is too late for Anna, and she dies. Steven is killed, and the other man is arrested. Although Bailey blames herself for Anna’s death, no one else does, and she finally finds the family she’s always wanted in Jaxon and his family. The epilogue shows them years later, married with a child.

The Jaded Series:

Book 2: Reclaim Me

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
Enduring the ultimate betrayal on her eighteenth birthday by the one person she loves most in the world, Mia Walker is no longer the innocent, sweet, young woman she used to be. She is now cold and hard, letting no one get close to her heart, except family.

Mackai (Mac) Weston sees the changes in Mia on a daily basis. He knows he is the reason Mia is now the way she is. Never given the chance to explain what really happened that night so long ago, Mac is determined to make Mia finally listen and reclaim what was always his.
When the truth finally comes out, danger shows its ugly face. There are people in Jaded Hollow that do not want Mac and Mia together. They are willing to do whatever it takes to keep them apart.

Will Mac be strong enough to overcome temptation, even when the odds are against him? Will Mia forgive Mac when she realizes things weren’t what they seemed ten years ago?

Summary:
Mia and Mac dated as teenagers. The night of Mia’s eighteenth birthday, they had plans to have sex for the first time, but Mia caught Mac in bed with another woman, Tessa. Tessa ended up pregnant, and Mac felt trapped into marrying her.  They stay married for six years, raising their son, Trent, together. After having her heart broken, Mia changed from a sweet, loving girl to a hard-hearted woman. Mac has tried for ten years to talk to Mia about what happened, but she always refused to hear him out. Finally, Mac gets Mia to listen to him—in reality, Mac was drugged with Rohypnol by Tessa, because she was jealous and wanted Mac to herself, and Mac thought he was with Mia that night, because Tessa wore a wig and made him think she was Mia.

Mia starts to soften to him, but still refuses to be with him, until she is drugged at a club one night and nearly raped. She realizes then that Mac would not have had any control over his body when drugged. They begin a relationship, but Tessa is still jealous.  She threatens Mia, vandalizes her car and home, and gets Trent to poison Mia. Then, she and a man known in town as “Shady” kidnap the couple. They drug Mac and are preparing to rape both of them, when the couple’s friends find and save them. Mac finds out Shady is his half-brother, the child his mother gave up for adoption when she was a teen, and he wanted revenge for Mac having a good life with their mother, while he was in an abusive home. It was Shady who had Mia drugged and nearly raped at the club, and Tessa paid for the act. Shady also reveals that he is actually Trent’s father—Mac never penetrated Tessa, but he was too drugged to know that. Shady and Tessa both go to jail, and Mac and Mia raise Trent together.

The Jaded Series:

Book 3: Unveil Me

Genre: Romantic Suspense and Male/Male

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*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
Andrew Donovan is the outrageous goofy guy that everyone loves. In any setting he’s in, he takes front stage and makes everyone laugh; from his ridiculously funny t-shirts, to his naughty jokes, to his shameless flirting with anything that walks, both men and women. But what you see on the outside can sometimes be deceiving. Andrew has a secret. A secret that’s slowly withering away the fun loving guy that everyone knows. A secret that even his closest friends know nothing about.

When he first sees Jase in a picture, he knows instantly that he’s found the one person who will be his forever. He’s just impatiently biding his time for him to get to Jaded Hollow. Andrew is torn. On one hand, he’s finally found the other half of his soul, while on the other hand, he’s slowly dying inside. Tragedy is on the horizon and there’s nothing he can do to stop it.

Jase Matthews comes to Jaded Hollow a dead man walking. He knows it’s only a matter of time before they find him. There is no way they’ll let him live. At his first sight of Andrew, he’s instantly drawn to him, but he refuses the connection, knowing his days are numbered. However, it’s not long before he realizes the pull Andrew has on him is something he can’t fight.

Can Andrew find the courage to reveal to his loved ones the secret he’s kept for years? Will Jase be the man to help him overcome the grief he feels inside? And what happens when Jase’s past catches up to him and threatens to take away the man Andrew’s waited forever to meet?

Summary:
Andrew is an outrageously funny gay guy. He has been dreaming of meeting his friend’s brother Jase for months, after seeing a picture of him. When Jase shows up in town, Andrew goes head first into letting him know of his intent to be with him. Jase resists at first, saying he won’t be in town long and doesn’t want to get involved with anyone, but he can’t resist Andrew. They begin a steamy romance, but they both have secrets.

Andrew has a daughter who he’s kept a secret from his friends for over six years. He offered his… services to his friends, Becky and Brent, who couldn’t have children. Their daughter, Ally, has leukemia, and Andrew donates bone marrow to her.  His friends and Jase all find out about Ally just before he donates his bone marrow. Everyone is supportive, and they all meet Ally a few days later. Jase is running from his past; he got mixed up in a bad group in Georgia, and he killed a man after seeing him rape and abuse a young girl. The brother of the man he killed is hunting Jase and his sister Chris down. The guy, Damien, shows up when the group of friends is all together at a diner. He holds Chris at gunpoint. There is a standoff, and the sheriff shoots and kills Damien at the same time that Damien shoots Jase in the chest. Jase survives, and spends two weeks in the hospital with Andrew at his side. The epilogue shows the couple nine years later, still in love and happy. Ally is healthy and has been in remission for several years.

The Jaded Series:

Book 4: Awaken Me

Genre: Romantic Suspense/Contemporary

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Blurb:
What do you do when you lose the single most important thing in your life? You grieve. You sink so deep in a hole, you can no longer see the top. All you see is dark. Your life becomes dull and dreary. You withdraw from your friends, lash out at the ones you’re closest to, and become so absorbed in your pain, you feel the only way out is to end it permanently. Your heart no longer pumps properly and you can never get enough air in your lungs. You drink, you neglect your health, and you rent dirty hotel rooms with the sole purpose of ending your pain in them. Guilt eats at you for not being at the one place you were needed the most. And you become angry because you were left behind.

Or at least, that’s what I did. Until she came along…

Chris, the bane of my existence. She’s always there in the background, watching me, trying to ‘be there’ for me. But I don’t want her help. I don’t need her to butt in where she’s not wanted. I just want to be left alone in my dark world. But she’s not giving up, even when I’m a bastard to her. Every time I turn around, there she is. And what’s worse, she’s starting to make me want things. Things I never thought I could have again. She’s making me forget the pain and bringing color back into my life with her fiery red hair, bright green eyes, and the silly faces she makes at herself in the mirror. But what happens if I let her in? Could I be brave enough to open myself up, knowing the possibility of having it snatched away again. Once I know the feeling of touching Chris, of having her heart and soul blend with mine, I would never survive losing that.

Can I take the chance of her being my savior, even knowing that she could also be the one that could push me over the edge of self-destruction?

Summary:
Nick is battling grief and guilt over losing his girlfriend Anna, who died two years ago in a brutal way. He has severe PTSD. He’s not the happy go lucky guy he used to be; he’s angry, he pushes his friends away, he drinks all the times, and he contemplates suicide. Chris came to town not long after Anna died, and has always felt drawn to Nick. She feels compelled to help him through his grief. After finding Nick passed out drunk with a gun beside him, their friend Jaxon helps Chris moves in with Nick to keep a closer eye on him. Jaxon takes the gun and Chris dumps all the alcohol down the sink. Nick doesn’t want help and pushes her away, but she refuses to let him ruin his life. He’s mean and does hateful things to make her leave him alone, but she never gives up.

They end up sleeping together, which is emotionally painful for Chris, because Nick tells her he imagined it was Anna all along, and yells Anna’s name as he finishes. Chris is devastated and vows that she is done with him. However, she ends up pregnant. When Nick finds out, he explodes, tells her to get rid of it, and leaves. He regrets his words right away, but Chris ends up having a miscarriage. She grieves, and Nick helps pull her out of her grief, all the while feeling guilty about developing feelings for her. Days later, Nick leaves Chris again and she falls into a coma from an infection from the miscarriage. At the thought of losing her, Nick finally realizes he wants to be with her. While Nick sits vigil beside an unconscious Chris, she dreams of Anna. Anna tells her that Nick and Chris were always meant to be together and she needs to go back to him. When she wakes up, Nick professes his love for her, and she tells him Anna visited her. The epilogue shows them years later, married with a daughter.

The Hell Night Series:

Book 1: Trouble in Hell

Genre: Romantic Suspense

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Trouble and his brothers escaped from Malus, Texas as kids. In the dead of night, they left behind a hell so hideous, it made national news.

Years later, they returned to make the place that was once their living nightmare, a safe place for those who have suffered just as they have.

When Remi comes to town, pregnant and in desperate need of help, as the town’s only doctor, Trouble reluctantly offers his services. Little did he know the strong attraction he would feel for the woman. He fights it, tries to push it to the side, but it only grows stronger, nearly consuming him.

Love is not something Trouble can afford to feel. Not when he still has vengeance in his blood and the need to punish those of his past. Not when he knows Remi would never be able to see past the merciless actions he must carry out.

Remi has no time for love either, no matter how much her heart yearns for Trouble. Not when danger is knocking on her door, demanding something she’ll never be able to give.

Will the darkness in their pasts devour them, or will they find the beauty that’s just out of reach? In a town like Malus, anything is possible….

Summary:
Trouble and his brothers grew up in a town called Sweet Haven. All of the adults sexually shared their children one night a month. The adults call it The Gathering, the brothers call it Hell Night. These activities have been going on for generations. When the boys were in their early teens, the town was raided by the FBI, and it was shut down. Some adults were killed, some were arrested, and some got away. Trouble and his brothers were rescued by an older couple that didn’t participate in the monthly activities. Once the men grew up, they returned to Sweet Haven and changed the name to Malus. They run the town differently. If anyone is proven to sexually or physically assault another person, they are given the Expiration Penalty; they are shot and buried. The brothers also hunt down the people of their pasts, and anyone else who has been convicted of sexual or physical assault.

Remi comes to town, seven months pregnant. Her car breaks down and she ends up at Trouble’s clinic. She left her hometown after Leland, the man who raped her and got her pregnant, was convicted. She delivers her baby early. Leland turns out to be one of the old members of Sweet Haven. He escapes a prison transfer, finds Remi in Malus, and tries to kidnap their son. Trouble and his brothers come to her rescue, killing Leland. Trouble and Remi get their happily ever after in the end.

The Hell Night Series:

Book 2: Bitter Sweet Hell

Genre: Romantic Suspense

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
As the Sheriff of Malus, Texas, JW takes his oath to protect its citizens very seriously. Born from an ugly past, he swears no child, woman, or man will ever endure what he and his brothers have. As he seeks retribution of the ones who have wronged him, his past and his present finally collide. Secrets are laid open. Ones that are so heinous, they’ll rock the very foundation of JW’s life.

When Eden blazes into town, hot with her own threatening troubles baring down on her, JW steps in as her protector. It’s not only his duty, but a need he can’t ignore. The chemistry between the two is instant and all too tempting.

Giving in was easy, but the consequences were high.

JW never knew the disturbing destruction that would rain down on Malus by getting involved with the red-headed gypsy.

Danger lurks just around the corner–it’s dark, terrifying, and malicious.

JW is bitter because of his gruesome past. Eden is sweet despite hers. Together, will they create a beautiful future, or will it all end in bitter sweet hell?

Summary:
JW and Eden meet when he pulls her over for speeding just outside of Malus. JW knows right away something is wrong, and it’s confirmed when he discovers the bruises on her face and her sore ribs. It doesn’t take much for Eden to confess that she’s running from her ex-lover, Diego, who she witnessed murdering a woman. Diego came to Eden’s home, physically assaulted her, and gave her a week to produce a micro-chip he claims she has. Eden believes she does not have the chip. JW insists that Eden stay in Malus, so that he can protect her. He is set on finding Diego, who is currently attacking and killing members of Malus, one of which was the woman Eden is staying with. Meanwhile, JW is also searching for information on his mother and brother, who escaped the raid on Sweet Haven years ago. In his quest, he discovers that the man he thought was his father was sterile from a car accident.

With the forced help of a Malus citizen, Diego manages to kidnap Eden and he stabs her just as JW arrives on the scene. Emo, one of JW’s brothers, kills Diego by sawing off his head with a dull knife. Eden is in a coma for two days before she regains consciousness. It is found that Eden did in fact have the micro-chip—it had been hidden in her birth control pack by one of Diego’s staff members. JW finds the whereabouts of his mother and brother. It’s revealed that his brother is actually his father—he willingly got his mother pregnant at the age of thirteen. The pair was running a daycare center, giving them the perfect opportunity to abuse more kids at their leisure. JW also finds out he has a ten-year old sister, Thea, who was also abused by the brother/father and mother.

The Hell Night Series:

Book 3: Judge of Hell

Genre: Romantic Suspense

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Fierce, loyal, controlled. Three things Judge became at a young age.

Enduring unimaginable horrors no child should, he swore no person would dictate his or his brother’s lives again.

Revenge fueled him, setting a path destined from the moment he and his brothers escaped their hell. Nothing would stop him from destroying the ones who’d wronged him, even if that meant giving up the only woman to ever make him feel more than the heat of vengeance.

He let Ellie go, threw her away, never knowing the consequences of his actions.

Twelve years later, she reappears in his life, and she has some hellacious secrets of her own. Ones that knock Judge on his ass and threaten his ironclad control.

His life quickly changes course. Priorities are shifted and sacrifices are made. Judge has a decision to make. Will he give up his incessant need for retribution? Or will he sacrifice something he never dreamed he could have, but desperately wants.

Or is it possible to have both?

Summary:
Eleven years ago, months before Judge moved back to Sweet Haven with his brothers, he met and fell in love with a woman named Ellie. On the last night they were together, Judge received an important call from one of his brothers; one of the men from Sweet Haven who escaped the night of the raid was located. In an attempt to save Ellie from any backlash from the law if he were ever caught exacting his revenge, Judge broke things off with Ellie and told her to leave his apartment. Unbeknownst to him, she was attacked and almost died when she left. Because of his heartache over leaving Ellie, Judge has never settled down. In fact, he prefers the company of several mistresses.

Years later, Ellie shows up at his office with his child, Maisy. Maisy needs a kidney transplant, and due to her rare blood type and Ellie’s financial restraints, she has come to Judge for help. Judge is angry because Ellie kept Maisy’s existence from him, but offers to pay for the procedure and offers one of his kidneys. Judge and Maisy grow close when he stays with Ellie, Maisy, and Ellie’s uncle, Declan, while they recover after surgery. He gives Ellie an ultimatum; she and Maisy must come live in Malus with him, or he’ll fight for custody of Maisy. Ellie reluctantly agrees. Ellie finally tells Judge what happened to her the night he broke things off. Judge feels immense guilt over the ordeal and sets out to find her attacker who got away. Once he finds him, Ellie demands to be there when he is tortured and killed. For years, Judge has been sending videos and pictures of him finding and killing the remaining members of Sweet Haven to a mysterious man. It is later discovered the man is Judge’s father, who escaped the town during the raid. At the end of the story, Judge abducts his father and tortures and kills him. During the epilogue, while at the reception of Judge and Ellie’s wedding, a stranger walks in. It is Rella, the presumed dead sister of Trouble.

The Hell Night Series:

Book 4: Key to Hell

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Death. Destruction. Pain. A soulless void. It’s his life. It’s his reality.

Emo doesn’t feel. Anything. His soul is dark and filled with hatred. People in the small town of Malus watch him with fear, with reverence. Exactly the way he prefers it.

Guilt surrounds him, caging him in an ominous past he refuses to let go. Can’t let go. His past is responsible for the shell of the man who now exists. He doesn’t know any other way to survive.

The woman who haunts his dreams is his only salvation. He’s hurt her over and over again. He didn’t have a choice.

The key he holds on to, the one he uses to carve into his flesh, is the key to his hell. It’s his reminder of the pain he’s suffered and inflicted.

Will there be retribution? Can Emo be saved? Or is he destined to live in this dark hell he’s surrounded himself in for the rest of his life?

Summary:
When they were children living in Sweet Haven, Emo and Rella were forced by Emo’s father to have intercourse during Hell Night. Emo has always felt immense guilt over his role in Rella’s abuse, and believes it is partially because of him that she tried to kill herself at the age of ten. He suffers with severe post-traumatic stress syndrome and frequently uses a key to slice into his skin as punishment. What the key unlocks is a mystery to everyone except Emo and his brothers. The night Rella tried to kill herself, she was taken from Sweet Haven and given to a married couple. The couple sexually abused her for fourteen years. She managed to escape ten years ago with another couple. This couple used to be members of Sweet Haven, and they faked their own deaths years ago to leave the town. When they actually died, she decided to search out her brother, Trouble.

Because of her horrific past, Rella uses self-harm to help with the remembered pain. Emo is devastated he never discovered she was alive and tortures himself more with the key. It is revealed that Rella was pregnant the night she tried to commit suicide. Because of the stress to her body, she miscarried and can no longer have children. This gives Emo even more to feel guilty about. Emo discloses it was he who killed the Sweet Haven members the night of the raid. He also reveals he has had his father locked in the basement and has been slowly torturing him since he and his brothers moved back to Sweet Haven. The key he uses to punish himself unlocks the door in the basement where his father is kept. Rella insists on taking part in his torture. Between her and Emo, his father is tortured to death. Emo and Rella get their happy ending together, adopting kids who were also affected by Sweet Haven’s members, and unexpectedly getting pregnant, despite the abuse Rella endured.

Standalones:

The Sinister Silhouette

Genre: Romantic Suspense

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
“Luca….”
She whispers my name at night, filling my dreams with her haunting beauty. Her tormented amber eyes beg me for something I don’t understand, and her agonizing pain becomes my own.

For years, she’s come to me, calling my name.

For years, I’ve never known who she was.

Until now….

Summary:
Luca has been having dreams of a woman for years. He has no idea who the woman is. She’s always sad, scared, or asking for help. He finds the woman in the hospital, where she’s been in a coma for seven years. She comes out of her coma and is terrified when she sees Luca. She has no memory, except being terrified of Luca. Luca’s identical twin, Theo, claims that the woman is his mysterious wife, Jules, who supposedly left him and their daughter days after giving birth. Theo claims that Jules is in a coma because Luca beat her and raped her. Luca does not think that is true, but he has a six-week hole in his memories from an accident. Jules goes home with Theo, but he acts strange and abusive.

Jules soon leaves Theo because of the abuse, but goes back to his house to get something she left behind, and Theo attacks her again. During the attack, she hits her head, and memories come back—memories of her and Luca from before her coma. Luca is actually her husband, not Theo. It was Theo who originally attacked her and put her into the coma. Luca shows up and saves her from Theo. Once she tells him about her memory coming back, he remembers as well. Aria, who Theo has been raising as his own, is actually Jules and Luca’s daughter. Theo ends up imprisoned for his crimes, and Luca and Jules get married and raise their daughter together.

Endless Obsession

Genre: Romantic Contemporary

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
I’ve silently watched her for a year, staying hidden in the shadows, biding my time.

She may know me as two different men, but she doesn’t have a clue what I’ve done.

She unknowingly became mine the moment my eyes touched her beauty.

But I’ve done things… things she may not be able to forgive. I know all her secrets, her habits, her preferred coffee, what she does in her spare time, her favorite lingerie brand, and that she sleeps naked.

At night, I watch her from her window. During the day, I watch her from my computer. She innocently bares her heart and body to me, and I soak up every f*cking second of it.

Summary:
Asher Knight, the owner of the multi-millionaire company Silver Technologies, has been obsessed with Poppy Lexington since he first saw her almost a year ago, when she came in for an interview at his friend’s company. He manipulated her by ensuring she wouldn’t be hired, and instead tricked her into working for him as his secretary, where he could keep a constant watch over her. Due to his ailing health and uncertain future, he kept his interest a secret. Over the next eleven months, he learns as much as he can about her. He sends her sterling silver roses every week, signing the cards ‘Always Yours, A.’ He watches her closely, going so far as putting a tracking device on her car, cameras in her house, and manipulating the online dating website she frequents so that all she meets are men she will have no interest in. He often breaks into her house at night to watch her sleep. He sends her messages and taunts her with his name and who he is. 

After receiving a good report from his doctor, Asher feels it is time to claim what he has always felt was his. He begins to pursue Poppy, keeping the fact that he has been her admirer from her. On a business trip to Texas, he reveals who he is. Poppy is upset that he kept the truth from her and insists they no longer see each other. But, Asher isn’t the only one who is obsessed with Poppy—his business partner, Eric, has been sending her anonymous threatening letters. Angry that Asher and Poppy are together, Eric kidnaps Poppy. Asher finds her tied to a chair, with Eric hovering nearby. Eric threatens to rape her in front of Asher. At the last minute, Rex, a private investigator Asher hired to find Poppy’s stalker, bursts through the door and helps Asher save the day.  

Whispered Prayers of a Girl

Genre: Contemporary

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Not available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
A tortured soul meets a damaged family…

A lonely man, a widowed woman, a carefree boy, and a broken girl… Can the four come together and help heal each other? Or will fear of the unknown and guilt about the past keep them apart?

Her whispered prayers break her…

At night, as she’s drifting off to sleep, I press my ear to the door and listen to her heart-wrenching pleas. Her words are agony to my healing heart, but I cherish the sound of them, for that’s the only time I ever hear my beautiful daughter speak. Since her father died two years ago, she’s grown quiet and withdrawn. Cat’s Valley was to be our new beginning, a place where my family and I can heal, but what we find there is so much more.

Scars mar his body. Pain has left him in pieces…

Four years ago, I lost the two things I cherished most in the world. They were ripped from my arms in the most painful and cruel way. Since then, I’ve kept to myself, preferring to stay away from the pitying looks and murmured rumors. Everything changed when she and her children barged into my life. It was an accident, and I don’t deserve them, but now that they’re here, I’m not sure I can let them go.

Summary:
Gwen is a single mother with two young children, Kelsey and Daniel. They moved to Cat’s Valley for a new start and to help them heal from the loss of Gwen’s husband and the kid’s father. Kelsey suffers from selective mutism, because she blames herself for her father’s death. She has not spoken since his heart attack several years ago, except to whisper her prayers at night, asking God to bring her daddy back.

Alexander lives on the outskirts of Cat’s Valley and is a recluse, only going to town once every couple of months for food and supplies. He has severe burn scars on half of his body, including his face, due to an accident in which he lost his wife and child. He still grieves for them deeply and won’t let anyone close to him. One day, during a snow storm, he comes across Gwen and her two children stuck in their car in a ditch. He’s forced to bring them home with him. The story unfolds with Gwen and Alexander fighting their feelings, while still holding onto their grief for their lost loved ones, Gwen’s struggle with her daughter’s continued silence, and Alexander’s reluctant but demanding need to help the broken family.

Fabiola Francisco

Fabiola Francisco loves the escape words offers. She writes women’s fiction and contemporary romance, dipping her pen into new adult and young adult. Her moods guide her writing, taking her anywhere from sassy and sexy romances to dark and emotion-filled love stories.
Writing has always been a part of her life, penning her own life struggles as a form of therapy through poetry. She still stays true to her first love, poems, while weaving longer stories with strong heroines and honest heroes. She aims to get readers thinking about life and love while experiencing her characters’ journeys. 
She is continuously creating stories as she daydreams. Her other loves include country music, exploring the outdoors, and reading.

Rebel Desire Series:

Book 1: Lovin’ On You

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Italian
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
All eyes are on up-and-coming country artist, Cash Knight, but he has his sights set on Olivia Young.

He’s a cocky musician.

She showed up at a bar in her pajamas.

Is he stalking me?

I call it fate.

He’s cheesy. 

I prefer the term romantic. 

Maybe I was wrong about him. 

I’m determined to make her mine. 

I fell in love with him.

She’s my muse.

Life has other plans for us. 

I’ll fight for her.

I’ll protect his image.

I miss her.

I watch his success from afar.

She’s mine.

I need to fix this.

I’ll give her the kind of love found in country songs.

Summary:
Olivia Young is a freelance graphic designer whose social life has been at a standstill as she hides behind work. When she meets Cash Knight, lead singer for Rebel Desire, in her pajamas at a Nashville bar while rescuing her cousin, she isn’t fazed by his good looks or charming smile. However, Cash is determined to get her attention and meet the confident woman who stormed into the bar and his life. Knowing Olivia will be at Country Fest, a country music festival where Rebel Desire is playing, he calls on stage the brunette woman with blue eyes he met the week before, asking the audience to help him spot her while he performs a new song inspired by her. After the festival, dragged by her cousin and best friend, Olivia faces Cash at a nearby bar, angrily calling him out, but as they get to know each other, their connection becomes stronger. While Olivia and Cash begin to build a relationship and Rebel Desire grows in the music industry, Nathan, Olivia’s ex-boyfriend, becomes jealous of their relationship and begins to sabotage it.

First, he approaches Cash pretending he is a fan and asks him to sign their CD for his girlfriend, Olivia and then continues to interfere, going as far as threatening Olivia to share intimate photos of their time together with the media if she doesn’t break up with Cash. Protecting Cash and herself, Olivia breaks both of their hearts without an explanation as Cash goes on his first tour. As Nathan’s threats become more serious, Olivia decides to take action against his harassment, finally defeating him and destroying the evidence he held per court order. Feeling as she can finally explain it all to Cash, they met again where they begin to rebuild their relationship. When Nathan appears one last time while Cash and Olivia are at a bar, Cash calls him out and the fans in the crowd recognize him from his hateful social media comments. With a bruised ego, Nathan escapes the crowd. Cash and Olivia finally move forward in their relationship, ending with their wedding.

Rebel Desire Series:

Book 2: Love You Through It

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Women’s Fiction

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Italian
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
After witnessing Bri Carmichael’s pain, Cole Burkely is determined to help her heal.

That home visit changed my life.

She is a shell of the person I knew.

I just want each day to end so the night can swallow my pain.

She still has so much to give.

I’m empty.

I want to help her stand on her own again.

I’m not ready to let go.

She’s worth sticking around for.

My will to keep moving forward is stalled.

I want to make her smile again.

He has a good heart, but I can’t be the one to take care of it.

She doesn’t know that a long time ago I dreamed of her heart and soul.

My story has ended.

Our story is just beginning.

Summary:
Eight months ago, Bri Carmichael lost her husband, Josh, while he was defending his country overseas. Distraught, she is no longer the same person she used to be. She closes herself off from her family and friends, getting lost in her grief. Cole Burkely, Rebel Desire’s drummer, has liked Bri since he met her years ago, but she was off-limits. Seeing as she loses herself day after day, Cole decides to be there for her, showing up at her house unannounced and slowly cracking the shell Bri is hiding behind. A friendship strengthens as Bri opens up to Cole about her loss. Cole’s feelings become deeper as he wants to console the only woman he’s ever cared about.
  
As Bri slowly begins to live her life again, Cole struggles to keep his emotions hidden. One day, after a few beers, Cole appears at Bri’s door and confesses his feelings. As his words get misinterpreted by Bri, they argue and she tells him to leave. Bri continues to struggle with moving on from Josh’s death, balancing life without him, and now accepting that another man has feelings for her when she promised to love Josh for eternity. With support from her friends and therapist, she begins work through the grief and take small steps into letting Josh go. Bri finally visits his grave after burying him months ago to say a final goodbye so she may move on and finds Cole at Josh’s grave, openly talking to Josh and paying his respects. Hearing what he has to say, she approaches Cole and asks him to wait for her while she takes some time talking to Josh. With a final goodbye, she turns to Cole, prepared to begin a new part of her life. Though she continues to struggle with her fear of loss, Cole supports her and proves to her every day she deserves a second chance.

Rebel Desire Series:

Book 3: All of You

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Women’s Fiction

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Italian
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
She’s a single mom with a messy life.

He’s Rebel Desire’s bass player.

I want what all my friends have.

He doesn’t need my baggage.

I can’t stop thinking about her.

Romance isn’t my priority, my daughter is.

I want to show her she can have it all.

He thinks we can be a family.

She and Rae are my family now, and no one will take them away from me.

He stays even when it’s easier to leave.

I’m going to give her her southern fairy-tale.

Summary:
Cassidy Rae Pressman is a single mom who lives in a mobile home in Nashville, doing her best to provide for her six-year-old daughter, Rae, and support her father and ill mother. Jason Stone is Rebel Desire’s bass player, who recently broke up with his girlfriend when she used him to make a name for herself with his music label. Pouring his frustration into running, he loses track of his surroundings and enters a nearby diner. The blonde waitress humming one of his songs catches his eye and interest. Being a single mom leaves no time for romance, especially with her mother’s health deteriorating, however, Jason won’t take no for an answer and continues to appear at the diner while Cassidy Rae works. Rae, who doesn’t know her father and wants a father-figure in her life, looks at Jason as the person who can offer that.

Jason and Cassidy Rae begin seeing each other, balancing life and relationship. He helps Cassidy Rae rediscover who she is at her core, besides a mother and daughter, encouraging her to be herself while still providing for her daughter. When a phone call from her father stating that her mother’s health has declined, Cassidy Rae moves back home with Rae in the outskirts of Nashville. Jason and her overcome challenges with limited time for their relationship, and Rae’s father, Scott’s, reappearance in their lives. Jason questions if it is best to let Cassidy Rae and Scott attempt to become a family as he struggles with his place in their dynamic. With Cassidy Rae’s mom’s death, she assures Jason he is the person she wants to be with. They navigate this new family system, sharing custody with Scott while building their own life.

Standalones:

All of My Truths & One Lie

Genre: Women’s Literary Fiction

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*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
A captivating story about love, family secrets, and self-discovery.

I finally followed the life I always dreamed of. All of the pieces fell into an easy path, but the illusion of perfection hid the pain I was still carrying.
Until I met him.

They say when you cross paths with a twin flame, everything changes. Matthias proved that to be true as he stripped me down, removing the illusion and baring every single truth I refused to look at.

He was the love that could deconstruct my patterns. If only I could accept that the one lie I’ve believed my entire life is the only truth.

Summary:
Navia has made the bold choice to follow her heart and move to Glastonbury, England from the United States in search of her life purpose. Working with spirituality and holistic modalities, she guides others in healing their own emotional scars and writes novels, although her current project is a non-fiction book. When she meets Matthias, her twin flame who she’s connected with on a soul-level, everything she’s worked hard on releasing through her own healing of trauma comes barreling back into her life. Past pain, memories, and resentment make way into her heart and life as she realizes she hasn’t fully forgiven herself and those that hurt her.

Navia’s resentment toward her grandfather, who abused his children, becomes stronger than ever, resurfacing her own childhood abuse from another family member. She blames her grandfather for the domino effect that’s happened in her family and struggles with losing the person she was before she experienced the trauma. When her relationship with Matthias becomes deeper, Navia runs emotionally, causing them to go their separate ways. This allows Navia to truly look at her past and begin to heal. When she realizes that the only truth in life is love, her understanding and perspective towards those who hurt her becomes clearer. She goes to Matthias to share her understanding that love is not a weakness but a strength, and they reconcile. They learn to grow and evolve alongside each other, working together with holistic modalities. Matthias proposes to Navia when visiting her family in Spain, and shortly after, they learn that she’s pregnant. They marry in an intimate ceremony. Finally, Navia’s non-fiction book gets accepted by her dream publisher.

Twisted in You  

Genre: Coming of Age, New Adult Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
It’s not the sins her eyes have seen, but the sins her body has felt.

Mikayla Anderson is a survivor… barely. A less than normal upbringing has left her ripped apart by someone she was supposed to trust. To escape the dangers in her home life, she buys a one-way ticket as far away as her meager savings will take her—Nashville.

Working in a dingy diner, Mikayla tries to get her life in order, but the past won’t let her go. She turns to self-harm as a way to cope, until one day she takes it too far.

Tyler Hunt might be country rock’s biggest star, but fame doesn’t erase the memories of the past, neither does his vice. When drinking lands Tyler in Chasing Freedom Recovery Center again, he’s angry and in denial.

When he sees Mikayla, he immediately marks her certifiably crazy, until he looks into her eyes, and sees a depth of pain that he’s all too familiar with.

An unlikely relationship simmers, offering each other the light and warmth that’s been missing. When the past catches up and threatens Mikayla, Tyler will do anything to protect her.

Summary:
Mikayla Anderson has lived in an abusive household since she was a young girl, leading her to use self-harm as an escape. While working at a dingy diner in Nashville, far from her home in Georgia, Mikayla struggles to make a new life, living in the darkness of her past and the constant fear that her stepfather will find her. After her fear is triggered by a man who reminds her of her stepfather, she rushes home and attempts to take her life. This leads her to Chasing Freedom Recovery Center, where she will finally receive the help she needs to overcome her traumas. Closed off and angry, she finds solace in art.

Tyler Hunt is a famous country rock singer who uses alcohol as a form of escape. At Chasing Freedom, his life collides with Mikayla’s. At first, he’s convinced that she’s crazy; however, he soon realizes that she carries many of the same emotions he tries to hide. They slowly began building a relationship, and Mikayla moves in with him when they leave the center. Tyler slips and drinks one night, and though he begs for forgiveness, she decides the best thing is time apart to fully heal. They keep in touch and continue supporting one another and working on their relationship. When an anonymous man threatens them, Tyler convinces Mikayla to go on tour with him. After weeks on the road, Mikayla is informed that her stepfather passed away from a heart attack. Flying to Georgia to put the house left to her name for sale, Mikayla allows herself final closure by finding ultimate forgiveness for her past, allowing her to live happily with Tyler. Finally, she opens an art gallery and begins exposing her own art there, as well as galleries throughout the country.

Holly Renee

Holly Renee is a bestselling author and Harry Potter fanatic living in Maryville, TN. Best known for writing strong, relatable characters, she loves writing real romance with characters that her readers can connect with. Her stories are sexy, emotional, and filled with strong women. 
Holly began writing in secret in 2015 after she discovered a love for reading that she had never known before. When Holly isn’t writing, you can find her devouring books, spending time with her friends and family, and enjoying the everyday excitement of being a boy mom. Holly is a body positive advocate and is passionate about helping women know their worth. 

The Bottoms Up Series:

Book 1: Bottoms Up

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.



Blurb:
From the moment I met Tucker, I knew he was trouble. 

All loud music and crooked grins, he was reckless, cocky, and everything I shouldn’t want. 

I had my life all planned out, and my flirtatious neighbor was not on the schedule. 

But somehow, he got through my walls and under my skin.

And into my bed. 

Turned out he was exactly as good as those grins promised.

He made me feel beautiful. He made me forget to be insecure. 

But as quickly as I fell for him, it all crumbled around us. 

Everything I thought I knew was a lie.

Every move we made a betrayal.

There’s only one way to go when you hit rock bottom.

Summary:
When Tucker Moore moves in next to Kennedy Hayes, he forces the nerdy girl next door to friend him when she clearly isn’t interested. Kennedy doesn’t have time for the handsome playboy next door. She’s busy trying to make her dream of becoming a photographer real while fighting her insecurities, which stem from her parent’s disapproval and body image issues. Tucker pushes his way into her life and slowly into her heart, but Kennedy thinks it’s clear that the two of them do not fit together. After a trip to Tucker’s home town, Kennedy finally drops her walls after Tucker makes her realize how beautiful she is and fully lets Tucker in.

But Kennedy’s family can’t stand to see her happy, and Kennedy lets their negativity ruin what she has with Tucker after a misunderstanding. Kennedy apologizes, but Tucker is too hurt to accept it. When Kennedy realizes that Tucker helped her advance in her career without her knowledge, she feels even worse than before. Kennedy surprises Tucker at his bar’s Halloween party dressed in a provocative outfit that is completely out of character for her and sees that Tucker is dressed as her favorite literary character. After they both face who they are and what they mean to each other, they realize that nothing else matters. Not their pasts, their families, or their insecurities. 

The Bottoms Up Series:

Book 2: Double Shot

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
How do you screw up your life in three steps? Easy. 

Step one: Graduate from college with no prospective jobs lined up. 

Step two: Move back home with your parents because no job unfortunately equals no money. 

Step three: Forget to Facebook stalk the guy who broke your heart before accepting a job in a town that has a smaller population than a frat party on a Wednesday night. 

I could quit but living with my parents forever didn’t seem like a solid life plan. 

Jase Hale was the golden boy. Our boss thought he was beyond talented. The receptionist sent him more flirty smiles and baked goods than was considered normal for a woman old enough to be his mom. 

I tried to avoid him and his undeniable charm at all costs. 

He did everything he could to get under my skin. 

Every encounter left me reeling. 

Every smirk made my stomach flip. 

I assumed he was playing with me, just pushing my buttons like always, but when he lifted me onto my desk and shut me up with his lips on mine, I was more confused than ever. 

It didn’t matter that he was trying to prove me wrong. Having my heart broken by the same jerk twice in one lifetime wasn’t an option. 

He only got one shot with me, and he sure as hell didn’t order a double.

Summary:
When Sophie Moore graduates college with an architecture degree and no prospective job offers, she is forced to return to her hometown and move back in with her parents. Sophie’s brother, Tucker, helps land her a job interview with his friend, Jase Hale. It doesn’t matter that Jase broke her heart when she was eighteen years old, or that she has barely spoken to him since that day. She can’t live with her parents forever, and working for Jase is her only opportunity to work in architecture in her small town. After a tense interview, where Sophie can’t help but show her pent up feelings for Jase, Jase surprises her by offering her a position. Her plan is solid—go to work, do her job, and avoid Jase Hale at all costs. It works, for a while. But the team leader who Jase assigned her to is worse than the man himself, and when Jase offers his help, Sophie’s resolve against him begins to crack. They make a simple pact—leave their past behind them and only bring work to the office, but that pact is broken as soon as Jase pushes her against his desk.

Jase Hale is beyond off limits—he’s her brother’s best friend, he’s her boss, and he’s the boy who broke her heart, but she can’t stay away. Just when Jase takes a risk with Tucker and the owner of their company for her, he finds out that Sophie accepted a position at a different architecture firm half way across the country. Jase doesn’t give Sophie a chance to explain, and everything seems to be falling apart—until Sophie shows up at work when she should already be in Seattle. Even after everything, neither Jase nor Sophie are ready to give up on each other, and they discover that sometimes the second chance is better than the first.

The Good Girls Series:

Book 1: Where Good Girls Go to Die

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: French, Italian, Hebrew
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
It was a bad idea from the beginning. 

He was my brother’s best friend and the definition of unavailable.

But I didn’t care. I had loved him for as long as I could remember. 

He was worth the risk. He was worth everything. 

But then he broke my heart as easily as I fell for him. 

He watched me fall, spiraling out of control, and as I reached for him, he wasn’t there to catch me. 

So I ran. 

Four years later, I never expected to see him again. 

He was still my brother’s best friend, and he was more unavailable than ever. 

He looked every bit the bad boy I knew he was, covered in tattoos and a crooked smile.

Guarding my heart from him was top priority because Parker James was where good girls go to die.

Unfortunately for him, I wasn’t a good girl anymore.

Summary:
Livy Connor hadn’t Parker since she left home four years ago, after he broke her heart, and he was the last person she expected to see as her body slid around the pole. He was angry, but he had no right to be. Her brother, who stood next to him, was a different story. They were celebrating Parker’s bachelor party—a bachelor party for a wedding that she used to imagine would one day be hers.

When Livy’s brother convinced her to come back home to Tennessee, Livy accepted a job with his friend at a local tattoo shop. What Livy didn’t know was that Parker co-owned the shop. Livy tried to avoid Parker as much as she could, but neither her nor Parker could deny the old feelings that began to surface. Where Good Girls Go to Die gives a glimpse of Parker and Livy’s past along with their future. We watch as Livy struggles to forgive Parker, while Parker battles to choose between the girl he asked to marry him and the girl he never stopped loving. For Parker and Livy, their first love becomes bigger than everything else. 

The Good Girls Series:

Book 1: Where Bad Girls Go to Fall

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: French, Italian
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Nothing good came from listening to my heart. 

It was careless and irrational and became way too invested when I read a romance novel. 

So I put her under lock and key. 

I only had a few rules, and I always stuck with them. 

1. Never get attached. 

2. Always run before the feels become contagious. 

3. No matter what, under no circumstances, never fall in love. 

He was a playboy who ran by the same set of rules. 

What we had together was fun, it was hot, and it was temporary.

Until he screwed everything up. 

We were never meant to be each other’s happily ever after, but the harder I tried to push him away, the further I fell.,

Summary:
Staci Johnson wasn’t the kind of girl who had time for more than a one-night stand, but when she accidentally sends a naughty photograph to her best friend’s brother, he won’t take no for an answer. Mason Connor isn’t scared of Staci’s bad girl persona, or the fact that she friend zones him before he can even open his mouth. So, Mason treats his position as her friend as a full-time job. Once feelings develop and Mason gets too close, Staci pushes him away. She has a secret that she’s been keeping from him and everyone else.  

After pushing Mason away, Staci goes home–a place she hasn’t been in three long years–to face the man who ruined her life. Staci finalizes her divorce with her abusive husband and stays in her hometown for three weeks. After not seeing each other for weeks, Mason goes to Vegas for a tattoo convention without Staci knowing. After a night of drinking, their anger, hurt, and love for each other comes to a head, and everything they’ve wanted to say to each other comes out. The next morning, Staci finally comes clean that she’s married, and Staci and Mason fight through their pasts and the way they hurt each other and find their own happily ever after. 

The Good Girls Series:

Book 3: Where Bad Boys Are Ruined

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: French, Italian
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
I ate leftover cupcakes and cracked macarons for breakfast. 

I was ninety percent sure he simply ate up girls like me. 

I was covered in paint splatters, cake batter, and sweat the first time I met him. 

He was covered in badass tattoos and a smile that seemed to hold a secret I would never figure out. 

Rule number 1 was never, under any circumstances, fall for the man who I wrote my lease check to.

So, I tucked him away in the “Fantasize Only” compartment of my brain and called it a day. 

But he didn’t make it easy. 

He was arrogant, funny, and the biggest flirt I had ever met. 

Most of the time, I didn’t know if I was just a game to him. 

If I didn’t know better, I’d say he was on a mission to ruin my life. 

And maybe my heart, too.

Summary:
Charlie Walters has dreamed of opening a bakery for as long as she can remember, but she never dreamed that the building she rented would be owned by two of the hottest men she had ever seen. She’s quiet, shy, and the total opposite of the group of friends who work next door to her at Forbidden Ink. Brandon Hudson wasn’t into women like Charlie. She was too good for him and far too sweet, but there was something about her that he couldn’t walk away from.  When Livy and Staci from Forbidden Ink befriend Charlie and set her up on a date with their friend David, Charlie’s life becomes far more interesting than ever before. After sabotaging her date, Brandon works his way into Charlie’s good graces and gets her forgiveness. He attempts to gain Charlie’s friendship and helps her with the opening of her bakery.  But David won’t go away.

After a secret kiss in a game of laser tag, Charlie admits to herself that she wants to be with Brandon even if they hadn’t put a label on what they were. One of Brandon’s exes gets in Charlie’s head when she tells her that Brandon doesn’t do anything other casual. Charlie lets her insecurities take over and pushes Brandon away. But Brandon isn’t the kind of man who lets go that easily. It doesn’t take much for Charlie to realize she’s not willing to let go, either.

Standalones:

The Wrong Prince Charming

Genre: New Adult Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Every little girl dreams of being swept off her feet by a charming Prince. But my life was no fairy tale.

And in this kingdom called college, the rules went out the window.

I’d known golden boy, Theo Hunt, was the one for me since we were kids. My heart was his for the taking, but I had become nothing more than the MVP of the campus king’s friend-zone. Easton Cole was a storm I couldn’t have predicted. He knocked me off my feet and stole my heart. But he was off limits. Not only was he was Theo’s frat brother, but he was the teacher’s assistant in English 101 and I was acing every test.

My heart was torn, my feelings tangled.

Because as soon as I noticed Easton, Theo finally noticed me.

I was in love with two guys, as different as night and day, but I could only have one.

I only hoped I didn’t choose The Wrong Prince Charming.

Summary:
When Maddison and Theo were teenagers, they made a pact that they would stay together forever—same college, same town, the same best friends. But when Maddison arrives at the University of Georgia a year later than Theo, she realizes that the best friend she’s been in love with for far too many years is no longer the same boy who left their home town. Then Maddison meets Theo’s frat brother, Easton Cole, and everything she thought she wanted is turned on its head. Especially when she’s forced to spend time with him when she realizes he’s her new Teaching Assistant and her new partner for a group project.

Maddison and Theo’s friendship is tested when Theo finally sees her falling for someone else, and he sabotages Maddison’s relationship with Easton. Heartbroken over Easton, Maddison turns to Theo, and for the first time in their relationship, things go further than friendship, and Maddison realizes that everything she thought she wanted is no longer going to make her happy. Caught between the guy she’s always wanted and the guy she didn’t mean to fall for, Maddison must make a decision that feels like she will be breaking her own heart no matter who she chooses. But for Maddison and Easton, their love was never a choice.

LK Farlow

LK Farlow (A.K.A Kate) is a small-town girl with a love for words. She’s been writing stories and poems for as long she can remember. A Southern girl through and through, Kate resides in beautiful, sunny LA—that’s Lower Alabama, y’all—with her amazing husband and four wonderful children. When she’s not writing, you can find her snuggled up on the couch watching nature and car documentaries while she crochets or with her nose in a book. All Kate really wants in this life is her family happy, strong coffee, a good book and more Happily Ever Afters.

The Southern Roots Series:

Book 1: Coming Up Roses

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Myla Rose McGraw may be twenty, single, and pregnant, but she’s no damsel in distress. She doesn’t need a man. After all, her Grams taught her a thing or two about making lemonade out of life’s lemons. 

Then she meets Cash Carson. 

Reeling from a bad breakup, Cash has sworn off love. It led to nothing but pain and misery, and he’s determined to move forward alone. 
Until a redheaded Southern beauty crashes into him. With her shopping cart. At the local Piggly Wiggly. 

If love wasn’t for him, why did his heart beat a little faster every time Myla Rose sent that sweet smile his way?

He was no knight, and she didn’t need saving. 

But damn if he didn’t want to try anyway.

Summary:
After telling him she’s pregnant, Myla Rose McGraw’s boyfriend leaves her behind. Alone but determined to make it on her own, she refuses her friends’ insistence that she go out with Cash Carson, the new carpenter in town.

From the moment he sees Myla Rose, Cash is enamored. He has heartbreak of his own, and is wary of a new relationship, but he is unable to resist the pull he feels for her. When Myla Rose’s ex is cruel to her during a friendly outing at the beach, Cash realizes that his feelings for her are real and he quickly takes charge of both Myla Rose and her unborn baby. However, several miscommunications have both Myla Rose and Cash second guessing their budding relationship. It’s only when they clear the air and admit their true feelings to one that they realize the wrongs and hurts of their pasts have nothing to do with their future happiness together.

The Southern Roots Series:

Book 2: An Uphill Battle

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Azalea Barnes has hated Drake Collins since the day he broke her teen aged heart.

Fast forward almost seven years later and her libido still hasn’t gotten the memo.

Now they’re frenemies… with benefits.

Which suits Azalea just fine. She gets what her body craves while keeping her heart safe.

Kind of.

Mostly.

Drake has loved Azalea since the day they met. He knows that she’s his forever. Too bad she only sees him as a good time. He wants more. Needs more.

If only he could convince her that it’s real this time. He’s more determined than ever to prove to Azalea that chemistry like theirs doesn’t exist only in the bedroom.

The odds may be against Drake, but he’s prepared for an uphill battle. 

Summary:  
Azalea and Drake have known each other since they were teens, and while there has always been a deep attraction simmering between them, a string of misunderstandings and poor timing have always kept them apart. Even into adulthood, their feelings remain; however, they both assume their relationship will never be anything more than clandestine casual hookups.

At the urging of friends and family, they decide to give a real relationship a try, but before they can even begin to explore their true feelings, a series of miscommunications and tension created by past love interests stop them in their tracks. It’s only when Azalea finally realizes that Drake wants more than a meaningless fling with her that she reveals her true feelings to him and he’s able to profess his longstanding love for her.

The Southern Roots Series:

Book 3: Weather the Storm

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
* Not available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
Magnolia Ellington is all too aware that dangerous things can come in shiny packages. Her husband made sure to teach her that.

Desperate to escape his wrath–and his fists–she flees in the dark of night. Seeking safety and shelter with the only family she has left, Magnolia finds herself in the sleepy, Southern town of Dogwood–and in the arms of Simon McAllister.

Simon has always been more of a thinker than a doer. That changes the minute he meets shy and mysterious Magnolia. She has him rushing into action, ready and willing to do whatever it takes to earn her trust.

Slowly, with his steadfast determination and kind heart, Simon brings Magnolia out of her shell. But just as things start heating up between the two of them, the darkness of Magnolia’s past resurfaces, threatening to rip apart everything they’ve worked so hard for.

With their future hanging in the balance, Simon fears he’s losing Magnolia. Now, he must convince her that, together, they can weather the storm.

Summary:
From rags-to-riches, Magnolia’s life seemed like a real-life Cinderella story to outsiders. In reality, it couldn’t be farther from it. Her once charming husband shows his true colors as he becomes her abuser. Finally, she finds the courage to flee, escaping to the small town of Dogwood, where she meets Simon. His life hasn’t been much easier; when his mother abandoned him as a child leaving him at the mercy of his abusive alcoholic father, he quickly learned to guard his heart.

When Simon first sees Magnolia, she is being hassled on the street over a fender bender; he immediately feels fiercely protective of the timid stranger. The attraction is mutual, but they’re both hesitant thanks to their hurtful pasts. After a car accident injures Magnolia, she moves in with Simon to recover and as they grow closer and work through their issues, they both see their happily ever after looming on the horizon. That is, until Magnolia’s husband kidnaps her, leaving Simon to step up and become the hero she needs.

The Brother’s Best Friend Standalones:

Best Laid Plans

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
The summer before my senior year of high school I had only one goal: to make Alden Warner see me as more than his best friend’s annoying little sister.

Finally, my wish came true and he noticed me. In a big way. Too bad that the next morning he had no memory of our night together, leaving me heartbroken, and as I later discovered…pregnant.

For the last four years, I’ve been rocking the single mom thing, making sure my daughter comes first. In fact, everything is going fine—until Alden storms back into my life, as my new boss.

His reappearance wasn’t something I planned for. Add my nosy, meddlesome three-year-old and an overprotective brother, and I’m obviously in way over my head.

My only hope now is that I can sway Alden to see things my way…but you know what they say about the best laid plans… 

Summary:
Natalie has crushed on Alden, her older brother’s college-aged best friend, for as long as she can remember, but always assumed he didn’t feel the same. Until at a party one night, the barriers between them drop, and they fall into to bed together. In her teenage mind, Natalie assumes they’ll also fall in love—only, the following morning, Alden has no recollection of their night together. Natalie is left heartbroken, and, as she later finds out, pregnant. Torn over how to tell him, she ultimately decides not to, due to the possible ramifications of their age difference.

Four years later, after being cheated on by his college sweetheart, Alden finds himself back in his hometown as the new owner of the café where Natalie works, completely unaware that he has a daughter. Natalie knows she needs to right her wrongs. After being kept in the dark so long, Alden struggles to overcome his anger, but he also finds himself not only forgiving her, but falling for her. As they grow together as a family unit, Alden realizes they weren’t meant to be together all along.

The Brother’s Best Friend Standalones:

Best of Intentions

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Not available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
Nate Reynolds is everything I shouldn’t want. Aside from being my best friend’s older brother, he’s a cocky, smooth-talking, panty-dropping playboy of a cop. And yet, I’m helplessly drawn to him.

His charm and good looks reduce me to a fumbling, mumbling teenaged version of myself, which pretty much guarantees that nothing will ever come of my silly crush.

Until the night of my best friend’s wedding.

Jenny Jones is the definition of innocence. She’s also my little sister’s best friend, making her completely off limits. She’s a forever kind of girl with hearts in her eyes, where I’ve always been more of a love ‘em and leave ‘em kind of guy.

Until a night spent between the sheets with her has me questioning everything I thought I wanted.

I tried my hardest to stay away, but you know what they say about the best intentions . . .

Summary:
From the moment they met, Nate knew Jenny, his little sister’s best friend, had a crush on him. But he also knows she’s a forever kind of girl that deserves a relationship, and monogamy is not his style. At his sister’s wedding, Jenny decides to act on her feelings; Nate tries resisting her advances but ultimately gives in, and they hook up that night. However, he quickly realizes that his feelings for her run much deeper than he originally thought.

When he slips out of their hotel room in the middle of the night, Jenny assumes it’s because of her health issues, especially when he proceeds to ignore her for almost two months after their night together. Finally, Nate can no longer avoid Jenny and he attempts to clear the air. Their physical attraction is undeniable, but due to wanting different things in life, they opt to be friends instead. As their attraction grows, they agree to give a relationship a chance; however, before they can get serious, a series of miscommunications cause them to split up. Tenaciously, Jenny sets out to prove to Nate that he deserves happiness before he’s able to absolve himself of the guilt he’s carried from his past and fully accept the love Jenny has to give him.

Standalones:

Rebel Heart

Genre: New Adult Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
When AJ Adams is coerced into tutoring Brock Larson, she can’t help but wonder what she’s done to deserve such an epic punishment. He’s the very definition of an All-American good boy—and a total kiss ass. He’s the perfect son, the perfect student, and according to rumor, by far the best golfer the university has ever seen. Puh-lease. If he’s so perfect, why does he need tutoring?

With his British Literature grade circling the drain, Brock knows he needs help. But when he meets his tutor, he can’t believe his friggin’ luck. Abby Jane no longer resembles the childhood best friend he used to play hide and seek with. No, she’s all attitude and pink hair and tattoos. Oh, and she hates him, so that’s a plus.

Brock and AJ couldn’t clash more and antagonizing one another is just too easy. But, as they spend more time together, the lines begin to blur, leading them to realize they have more in common than what meets the eye.

Hate. Lust. Love. They all look the same when you’re in denial, and everyone knows you can’t control your rebel heart. 

Summary:
Childhood friends turned enemies, Brock and AJ (Abby Jane), are thrust back into each other’s lives when their British Lit professor coerces AJ into tutoring him. Preconceived notions and stereotyping give them a rocky start that quickly turns to banter and sexual tension. As they get to know each other again, she realizes Brock is more than an uptight clone of his father and he realizes AJ is more than tatted-up pink-haired rebel.

They embark on a relationship, growing closer and closer, until Brock’s horrible father pulls the rug out from under them in the form of a pre-arranged engagement. While Brock has no intention of following through, he has to make it look convincing so that he and his mother can bring down his father once and for all; only doing so means breaking AJ’s heart in the process. When all truths come to light and after much groveling, they find their happy ending and elope in Vegas after graduation.

Melissa Toppen

Melissa Toppen is a Bestselling Author specializing in New Adult and Contemporary Romance. She is a lover of books and enjoys nothing more than losing herself in a good novel. She has a soft spot for Romance and focuses her writing in that direction; writing what she loves to read. 
Melissa resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and two children, where she writes full time.

All That We Are

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
They say everything happens for a reason- that there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. For the longest time I didn’t think that was true. I had stumbled around in the dark for so many years that I didn’t think I would ever find my way out. But when I finally did, it came in the most unexpected way.

Miles Hollins had been my brother’s best friend for as long as I could remember. We didn’t like each other much growing up. Or rather, we couldn’t stand each other. But after ten years of being gone, a lot had changed.

He wasn’t the same boy I remembered. I wasn’t the same girl either. So much had happened.

I moved away and got married.

Miles joined the military.

We both returned home broken in our own way.

I struggled to find my place in my new life. Miles struggled just to get through the day. But together we slowly began to heal. I quieted his demons and he gave me a sense of belonging. For a while that was enough.

But this is real life, and in real life nothing stays perfect forever. In real life not every story ends with a happily ever after. Sometimes the scars we carry are just too deep.

I promised him I would fight.

He promised me I would lose.

I’ll do everything in my power to prove him wrong. Because it’s when you find the one thing you can’t live without, that you truly find yourself.

Summary:
Harlow returns home for the first time in ten years after her marriage fails. She is finally free from her controlling husband, and ready to start over. She moves in with her brother Winston until she can get back on her feet. Winston’s best friend, Miles, is ex-military and owns his own tattoo shop. He gives Harlow a bookkeeping job at the shop to help her out. When Harlow’s ex shows up at the shop, threatening her and begging her to come home, Miles intervenes and saves the day. They begin dating in secret, not telling her brother for a month, but by that time, they are head over heels in love and cannot hide it.

Miles has been dealing with symptoms of PTSD on his own, without talking to Harlow, or anyone, about it. After waking up from a nightmare about Iraq with his hands around Harlow’s neck, he walks away from their new relationship. He takes it as a wake-up call to get help, and several weeks later, at Winston’s wedding, he tells Harlow everything. The story ends with the pair getting married, and Miles surprises Harlow by purchasing her childhood home.

How We Fall

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Not available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
I remember the very first time I laid eyes on Cole Lincoln. It still feels like yesterday when he stumbled into my life with his messy brown hair and dark eyes. Even though I was only ten years old at the time, I knew right then and there that he was going to change everything.

From that point on Cole and I were always together—inseparable—and I naively believed we’d be best friends forever. But forever didn’t last nearly as long as I expected.

We grew up and grew apart, life driving the distance between us, but my love for Cole never faltered. Even long after he moved away, leaving me and our little town behind, I still carried a piece of him with me every single day. Because Cole wasn’t just my childhood best friend- the boy who knew me better than anyone else in the whole world. He was also my first love- a part of my very core.

When a tragic death brings us face to face again after six years, every single memory comes rushing to the surface. Only this is not the boy I fell in love with all those years ago. The man before me is hardened, intimidating, and so damn sexy I practically melt when those dark eyes meet mine for the first time in six years.

And like the first time he walked into my life, I know with complete certainty that everything is about to change.

Summary:
Melanie and Cole were best friends from the time they were ten years old. Growing up, they each harbored secret feelings for the other, but they never acted on them. When Cole starts dating one of their mutual friends in high school, Melanie pulls away from him. The only hint of the love they have for each other is one kiss before Cole moves away for college. They lose contact after he leaves. Melanie stays in their hometown, caring for her dying mother and raising her two younger brothers. When a friend’s death brings Cole back to town six years after he left, he knows he won’t be able to leave a second time without Melanie. Unfortunately, she has a boyfriend.

However, when they spend some time together while he’s in town, Melanie confesses that she can’t see a future with her boyfriend. Cole tells her that he’s her future, and invites her to spend a weekend with him in the city. After Melanie’s boyfriend takes a new job hours away without discussing it with her, she ends things. She shows up on Cole’s doorstep and they begin a steamy and sweet relationship. Within a few months, Cole asks her to move in with him. The last night in her hometown, Melanie hikes to visit the fort they built as kids, and she falls trying to rescue a kitten. Cole finds her the next morning, unconscious and suffering from hypothermia. She is unconscious for days, and Cole is terrified that she is going to die. She finally wakes up, and Cole tells her she is his heart, and that he has loved her since he first met her. They move in together, and soon are engaged. The epilogue is set two years later, and they are married and have a baby girl.   

Love Me Like You Won’t Let Go

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
You never get over your first love. It’s something I’ve heard countless times. Like someone has to point out that your pain will never go away. That your shattered heart will never mend.

Because that’s exactly what my heart did the day I watched Asher Evans board that train- it shattered, splintering into a million tiny fragments that I didn’t think I’d ever be able to piece back together. He was the boy I had loved since I understood what loving someone meant. The one who knew me inside and out. The one who swore he’d never let me go. It’s been six years since that day and even now the memory haunts me like it was yesterday.

I’ve done my best to move on, to rebuild, and for the most part I’ve done pretty well. But all of that comes crashing down when Asher strolls back into town like he never left.

I don’t want to want him. I certainly don’t want to need him. But that doesn’t stop me from doing it anyway. Only things are different now. I’m different. I’m not the girl he left behind all those years ago. I may have been foolish enough to give him my heart once but I won’t make that mistake a second time. Or at least that’s what I tell myself until I’m standing face to face with the one man who has the power to break me all over again.

Summary:
Blakely and Asher grew up as best friends and eventually became something more. After losing his father—the only family he has left—to cancer, Asher decides he needs to leave town for a while. Though he initially only plans to be gone a few weeks, once he leaves, he doesn’t want to go back. A few weeks turns into six years—six years in which Blakely has been left in the dark. He didn’t write. He didn’t call. And eventually, she had no choice but to move on. It’s a slow process, but she finds the will to pick herself up and piece her life back together without Asher.

When Asher returns home after six years, he finds Blakely engaged to another man. While he realizes he’s the one that left, he refuses to just stand by and let another man have what has always been his. Asher is determined to win Blakely back. Blakely is determined to stay true to her fiancé and not let Asher Evans ruin her life for a second time. But when it comes to Asher, Blakely is not as strong as she wishes she was, and, eventually, her walls start to crumble. Faced with a decision that will determine the rest of her life, Blakely ultimately realizes—on her wedding day—that Asher is who she’s always meant to be with.

Ten Hours

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb:
Ten hours…

That’s how much time we spent together.

How much time I got with the man whose bright eyes and sultry smile almost made me forget that I was sick.

Six hundred minutes…

That’s how long it took me to fall in love.

Thirty-six thousand seconds…

And then it was over. And all I wanted was more.

More seconds. More minutes. More hours.

More him.

Ten hours…

Such a small, insignificant amount of time.

Yet those ten hours changed everything.

Summary:
Ten Hours revolves around Finley, a nineteen year old who fled South Carolina, and her drug-addicted mother, to live with her sister Claire in Chicago to start a new life. Unfortunately, life doesn’t turn out exactly as Finley hopes and just one year after arriving in Chicago she is diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.  With only a thirty percent chance of surviving the surgery, Finley doesn’t have a lot of hope for a future beyond the next couple of days. Enter Abel, whom Finley meets the day she receives her grim diagnosis. He’s handsome and charismatic and gives Finley a small taste of what life could be like if she wasn’t dying. They spend one incredible night together- a night that neither will soon forget, a night where Finley purposely avoids giving Abel any real information about herself. Choosing to keep her condition a secret, she lives what she believes to be her last real night on this earth, and then she walks away with no intention of ever seeing Abel again. But when Abel wakes the next morning to find Finley gone, he’s got other plans in mind.

Refusing to just let Finley go, Abel sets out to find the girl of his dreams and never let her go again. It isn’t until weeks later that he finally tracks her down, and that’s when he learns the truth about Finley’s illness. Having survived the surgery, Finley believes she’s on the road to recovery and Abel is determined to remain by her side and help her every step of the way. They go through many ups and downs together but through it all find a love that neither of them expected. At the end of the book Finley dies, leaving Abel to pick up the pieces in her absence and find a way to let go. The ultimate story of love found and then lost and the impact just one person can have on our lives.

What Comes After

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following:
*Available for audiobook rights.


Blurb: 
Life is full of many things. 
Love. 
Loss. 
Heartbreak. 
Laughter. 
No matter how small, each moment has value. 
 
Then there are the big moments.  
The moments that define us.  
And the people who shape our very existence. 
 
Abel Collins is that person for me.  
From the very first time our eyes locked, I knew there was something about him.  
That he was the person that would change everything. 
And he did. 
 
But Abel isn’t just any man… 
 
His past is his prison. 
His guilt keeps him chained. 
His grief defines him. 
 
And now it’s up to me to set him free.  
To make him see that life isn’t just about what we’ve lost but what we still stand to gain. 
 
Because it’s not about what came before, but what comes after. 

Summary:  
Three years ago, Abel Collins lost the love of his life, Finley, to a malignant brain tumor. He spent the months following her death hiding out in California, unable to form any real connection to anyone or anything. Finally deciding to return home to Chicago for his younger brother’s wedding, Abel is forced to face the world that he left behind so long ago. Haunted by the memories of the love he lost, he’s a shell of his former self. But all of that changes the night he meets Peyton. Quick witted and not afraid to go after what she wants, Peyton brings out a side of Abel he had forgotten was even there, and it doesn’t take long before feelings begin to form between the two.  

Just as Abel starts to believe that maybe there is life for him beyond Finley, Peyton is in a car accident, forcing Abel to once again come face to face with the possibility of losing someone he loves. When he finds out Peyton is okay, instead of going to her the way he wants to, he runs. He lets his fear guide him away, convinced that it’s easier to lose her this way than to lose her the way he lost Finley. It isn’t long before he realizes his mistake. With the help of Claire, Finley’s sister, Abel finds the strength to do what he couldn’t do before—to let go of the pain of his past and finally begin to see hope for the future. Weeks after leaving Peyton, he shows up and explains his actions, apologizes, and professes his love for her. She forgives him. The story ends two years later; Abel and Peyton have been married for six months, and are pregnant with a little girl who will have the middle name Finley. 

The Road to You

Genre: Contemporary Romance

*All languages available for translation, excluding the following: Portuguese
*Not available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
Life is full of choices. Of chances. Of moments.

Chances we regret not taking. Choices we wish we could change.

And then there are the moments that define us.

Kam was my choice…

The one who stole my heart instantly.

Kane was my chance…

The one who set me ablaze with just one look.

They were my moment…

Two brothers that both owned a part of me.

Two brothers that I loved in different ways for different reasons.

One brother shattered my heart.

The other put it back together.

Both changed me forever.

Summary:
Elara’s best friend Kamden dies in an ATV accident just after they graduate college. After his funeral, she surprisingly finds comfort in Kam’s brother, Kane. They spend an innocent night together, talking about Kam and life. Elara admits that on the day of the accident, she told Kam that she was in love with him, and that she suffers from immense guilt because she lived while Kam died. Kane encourages her to let of the guilt. The next day, he is gone, back to his life in Chicago. Two months later, Elara decides to move away from her aunt’s house, where she lived during college to be close to Kam. On her way out of town, she visits Kam’s gravesite and is shocked to find Kane there. He tells her that she is running away, and confesses that he feels guilt over how he feels for her, when she should be with his brother. On a whim, he invites her to go to Italy with him, but she refuses, saying he’s nuts for thinking she would go when they barely know each other. Days later, she’s agreed to spend four weeks in Italy with Kane. While in Italy, the two grow closer, and eventually fall into bed together. Elara realizes that she wasn’t in love with Kam, however much she may have loved him, because what she feels for Kane is much more intense. They spend a total of eight weeks in Italy in complete bliss.

Back in Chicago, Elara has a miscarriage, and didn’t know she was pregnant, because she had been told she was infertile. She is devastated and pushes Kane away. She tells him that she was driving the ATV when Kam died, and that he died because she was reckless. Kane tells her she needs to heal from the loss of Kam before they continue their relationship, and he leaves. She moves back to her aunt’s house, and goes to visit Kam’s gravesite. She has a conversation with Kam, and she hears him tell her to stop running, and not to blame herself. Months later, after a trip to Los Angeles where she sells the rights to the manuscript she wrote about their story, she buys a one way ticket to Chicago instead of going home. When she shows up at Kane’s apartment, he has the manuscript—her aunt sent it to him. He tells her he knew when he read it that she had found her peace, and he had been waiting for her, knowing they could begin their lives together now. The epilogue shows Kane at Kam’s gravesite several years later, talking to his brother. He and Elara are married, they have an infant son named Kamden, and they live in Italy. Kane acknowledges that none of this could have happened with Kam.

Where the Night Ends

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Blurb:
It only takes one night—one moment, one small snippet of time—to change everything. At sixteen-years-old, Sebastian Baxter taught me that. He taught me a lot of things.

He never had to work for my heart. In some unexplainable way I think it had always belonged to him anyway.

We spent years loving each other, hurting each other, trying to forget each other, but no matter how hard I tried, I could never erase the memory of him. His eyes, his smile, his touch—these are all things that are embedded in my brain, tattooed on my skin, and etched into my heart.

Some might think our love story is over, but deep down I know it’s only just beginning.

Because it’s not about where the night begins, it’s about where it ends…

Summary:
Tess has one goal through high school—to get into Columbia. She rarely goes to parties, but is dragged to one by her friends at the beginning of her junior year. There, she meets Sebastian, a rich, popular football player she’s always crushed on from afar. They fall in love over the school year, but everything falls apart before prom, when Tess finds out he’s accepted a full scholarship for football at LSU and hasn’t told her about it yet. She knows that it’s his dream, but struggles with how they will survive the long distance between Connecticut, where she still has one year of high school left, and Louisiana. When Sebastian realizes that she would give up Columbia and settle for LSU to be near him, he ends things, saying he can’t be responsible for her not chasing her dreams. They both are devastated, but carry on without each other.

A year later, on the night of Tess’s senior prom, they have a tearful reunion. Sebastian says he’s never stopped loving her, and that somehow they could make it work, but Tess says no—she’s heading to Columbia, and he’s still at LSU. Two years later, Sebastian has graduated college and goes to see Tess in New York before moving to California for a job. To his surprise, she has a boyfriend, Bennett. Tess admits that she still loves Sebastian, but she loves Bennett, too. Sebastian asks her to be with him instead, but she says no, in part because they will be on opposite coasts. One year later, Sebastian shows up at Tess’s graduation party, hoping that it’s finally the right time for them—but he witnesses Bennett proposing to Tess. Sebastian leaves after Tess says yes. Tess finds Sebastian later that day, and he begs her to be with him instead of Bennett. Tess says she can’t hurt Bennett like that. Sebastian tells her he’s done chasing her, and done fighting for their love. Back in New York, Tess has a moment of clarity, and knows exactly what she wants. She breaks up with Bennett, flies to California, and shows up at Sebastian’s apartment. She tells him that he’s always had her heart, and that they can finally be together. The epilogue shows them six months later, as they are preparing for their wedding.

S. Massery

S. Massery is a Contemporary Fiction and New Adult Romance author. She lives in Western Massachusetts with her dog, Alice.
Before adventuring into the world of writing, she attended college in Boston and held a wide variety of jobs, including working on a dude ranch in Wyoming (a personal highlight). She has a love affair with coffee and chocolate. When S. Massery isn’t writing, she can be found devouring books, playing outside with her dog, or trying to make people smile.

The Something Special Series:

Book 1: Something Special

Genre: New Adult

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Blurb:
If it’s fate, it must be love.

Three coincidental meetings with a handsome stranger convince Charlotte their relationship could be fate—but coincidence and love are two very different things.

Charlotte has floated along in life, averse to romance, buoyed by her parents’ dreams, haunted by her traumatic past. She confuses complacency with happiness in all aspects of her life, and fear of change keeps her from venturing too far from her comfort zone.

Avery enters Charlotte’s life when she most needs it, igniting a passion in her that she thought was dead. Caught up in the idea of fate, she clings to her relationship with Avery. Soon, everything begins to crumble.

Charlotte must decide what’s worth more: Staying with the familiar, or leaping blindly into the unknown.

Summary:
Charlotte (“Charlie”) and Avery meet the summer before Charlie’s senior year in college, and they meet twice more by coincidence over the next year. Another year later, Charlie has moved to Boston, where Avery lives, and the two reconnect. They begin dating, swept up in the idea of romance and fate. Meanwhile, Charlie remembers a past abusive relationship in high school, spurred on by her best friend Jared moving away. The high school relationship gives insight into why present-day Charlie acts the way she does. Readers see much more quickly how not right Avery and Charlie are together, although they hold onto each other in a desperate attempt to make it work—and perhaps a stubborn refusal to put each other through change.

Jared and Charlie slowly reconnect over the phone as her relationship with Avery deteriorates. Things come to a head after Jared visits Charlie in Boston. He informs her that he is leaving for Washington. Avery’s ex makes a sudden reappearance in his life, which creates too much tension on the relationship. Avery and Charlie split, and Charlie is finally pushed into doing something a bit reckless. She moves across the country to Seattle, to live with her best friend while she gets her feet under her. In the end, she follows her passion and opens an art studio. It isn’t until months later that she and Jared meet again, both not realizing that they live so close. They have harbored love for each other since their childhood, and it comes back to life. The story ends with Jared proposing months later.

The Something Special Series:

Book 2: Something Sacred

Genre: New Adult

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Blurb:
You met Jared in Something Special. Now hear his side of the story….

Wildfires are dangerous—but the worst comes after.

Desperate for a drastic change in my life, I accept a job on the Boulder Mountain Hotshot crew—a formidable hand crew that fights front lines of wildfires in Washington—and push all of my thoughts into work. I don’t expect to make friends, but the crew quickly becomes my family.

When I’m facing down a wildfire, there’s no room to think about what I’ve lost.

In the heat of the moment, I can forget those who tore away pieces of my soul: my best friend, my father, my ex-fiancée. Action over thought.

After? Grief is the only echo.

Eventually, everything runs cold and awareness floods back in. When the smoke clears, I’ll have to deal with everything—and everyone—I’ve been pushing away.

Summary:
Jared had dreamed of being a firefighter ever since he watched his house burn down at nine years old. The story begins with Jared’s move to Washington. He has been accepted to an Interagency Hotshot Crew, a crew that fights the front lines of wildfires. He left D.C. on the heels of his fiancée’s miscarriage and the subsequent implosion of their relationship. Jared gets thrown into new situations and with a new crew, who quickly becomes family, and has many heart-stopping firefighting moments. On his second season as a hotshot, he falls down a cliff and tears his ACL. His boss is forced to let him go, and Jared returns to D.C. to rehab his knee and return to structural firefighting, where he got his start.  

Soon after Jared’s move back to D.C., a roof collapses on him, and his leg has to be amputated. Suddenly unable to return to fighting wildfires—his ultimate goal—he grapples with the emotional and physical weight of trauma. With the help of friends, and a sudden reappearance of his childhood best friend, Charlie, he heals. When given the opportunity to work on wildfires in a different capacity, Jared leaps at the chance. He moves back to Washington, choosing the job over Charlie—who, at that point, is still with her boyfriend. Almost a year after Jared moves to Washington, his mother tips him off that Charlie is living in Seattle. He goes after her, professing love that never died from their childhood, and they start dating. The two work on their relationship between Jared’s running off to help on fires up and down the west coast. He brings Charlie down with him on a fire, which ends up being a drastically bad decision. While Charlie is there, the town is evacuated due to the fire getting more aggressive and out of control. Jared vows to never choose a fire over Charlie again, and to keep her safe once he locates her—thankfully unharmed. Months later, Jared proposes.

Laramie Briscoe

Laramie Briscoe is the USA Today Bestselling Author of over 30 books.
Since self-publishing her first book in May of 2013, Laramie has appeared on the Top 100 Bestselling E-books Lists on Apple Books, Amazon Kindle, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. Her books have been known to make readers laugh and cry. They are guaranteed to be emotional, steamy reads.
When she’s not writing alpha males who seriously love their women, she loves spending time with friends, reading, and marathoning shows on Netflix. Married to her high school sweetheart, Laramie lives in Bowling Green, KY with her husband (the Travel Coordinator) and a sometimes crazy cat named Beau.

The Moonshine Task Force Series:

Book 1: Renegade

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Blurb:
When you fall in love with the most unexpected person, at the most unexpected time…

Ryan “Renegade” Kepler
I’m the type of man who knows what I want. I make up my mind and stay in my lane, never veering off the course I set for myself.

Going into the military? Did it. Youngest member of the Moonshine Task Force? That’s me. Get my best friend’s older sister in bed? It was my pleasure.

Age means nothing to me. I’ve seen and done things men twice my age never will. What I want more than anything is someone to share my life with, and that person is my best friend’s older sister, Whitney.

Whitney Trumbolt
Ryan may be ten years my junior, but damn, my first time being a cougar will never be forgotten. Now I’m struggling with wanting things to either go back to the way they were or spend every night in his arms.

Make my wedding planning company the best in the south? Did it. Ignore the way my body trembles when I see Ryan? Epic fail. Freak out when I see a positive pregnancy test staring back at me? Complete with mascara running down my face and clutching my pearls.

Looks like things will never be the same. There’s a man in my life who doesn’t take no for an answer. He’s the one who makes my blood run hot, cheeks turn red, and heart beat wildly within my chest. His name is Renegade.

Summary:
An age-gap, surprise baby romance. Ryan “Renegade” Kepler is a member of the Alabama Moonshine Task Force – an elite group of police officers combating the use of illegal moonshine in the state. Whitney Trumbolt, ten years his senior, is his best friend’s older sister, recently divorced. One night she goes to a bar, needing to feel like a woman. There, she runs into Ryan, and they have a one-night stand

The one-night stand results in a pregnancy. Together, they navigate the journey of becoming first-time parents. When her brother, Trevor is involved in an accident that almost kills him, Ryan and Whitney decide it’s best to tell each other how they feel because they realize tomorrow isn’t promised. When their daughter is born, he asks Whitney to marry him, and the book ends with her saying yes.

Standalones:

Trick

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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*Available for audiobook rights.

Blurb:
A forced sentence leads to a reckless passion…

Hadley
When my husband walked out on me over a year ago, it devastated me. When the divorce papers came, it wrecked me. When we had to sell our house, it broke me. 
But then he moved in with his new flavor of the month and told our daughter his new woman wasn’t into children. That pissed me off.

Now Riley feels abandoned, and I can’t make it better; no matter how hard I try. I’m desperate to help her adjust to the loss of a male figure in her life. The Companion Program that matches adults up with children who have loneliness and abandonment issues is my last hope.

The counselors tell me he’s doing community service hours, and I ask to sit in on his meetings with Riley. The minute I see him astride the matte black Harley, I know neither my nor Riley’s life will ever be the same again.

Trick
Community Service. Two words I should be thankful for, but I’m not. I resent the hours away from building my business. The two previous kids I’d been paired up with didn’t work out because their mothers were more interested in getting in my bed than making sure their child was taken care of. This next match with a little girl is my last hope. Unless this kid works out, I’m destined to serve time.

When they push her into the room wearing pink converse with a black dress, her crazy curls barely held back by the barrette in her hair, and studious glasses on her face, I can tell she’s scared – of new people, of change, of being pushed aside. Something inside of me breaks, and I want this girl to feel wanted again.

What I’m unprepared for is meeting her mom. The second our hands touch, I see fireworks, bright lights, and a picture of the future I could one day have. The future I’ve never allowed myself to wish for.

Community service becomes more than a chore, more than the precious hours I have to give up. In the months that follow, I realize Riley and Hadley are just like me; they’ve been abandoned, left behind by the world, forgotten by those who should love them.

Thanks to the one last hope in both our lives – we found the light in the darkness we’d been searching for.

Summary:
Patrick “Trick” Tennyson is an ex-con being given one more shot to stay out of prison by doing one thousand hours of community service. He’s been chosen to work in the Companion Program, where he’s paired with six year old Riley Westin, who is in need of a positive male influence. Riley’s father never wanted kids, and made it well known to her mother, Hadley. Divorced and on her own, Hadley is working two jobs, doing whatever she can to make Riley feel safe and secure, but Trick changes their lives as soon as they’re introduced. Trick quickly falls for the little girl, and is wildly attracted to her mother. Hadley feels the same attraction, which she hasn’t felt with anyone, even when she first met her husband. She and Trick begin a cautious relationship, and within a few months, Hadley and Riley are practically living with Trick and his cat, Tux.

Trick passes a parole hearing, meaning he doesn’t have to go back to jail. He supports Hadley through a surprise custody battle with her ex. Trick is worried about Hadley’s custody case being hurt by her association with him, since he does have a record. Hadley reassures him, as does her attorney—he is now a law-abiding citizen, a business owner, a positive role model for Riley, and an asset to his community. The judge rules in Hadley’s favor. They find out that her ex still doesn’t want Riley, but he wanted some control of Hadley’s life. Hadley and Riley officially move in with Trick, and he proposes to both of them—to Riley with pink diamond earrings, and to Hadley with a matching pink diamond ring. A few years later, the couple reflect on their wedding day, when Trick officially adopted Riley during the ceremony. Hadley is now pregnant with a little boy, and Riley calls Trick ‘dad.’ Together, they get the family they all dreamed of.