10 gripping, panty-wetting stories from 8 of your favorite New York Times, USA Today and International bestselling authors will have you squirming in your seat and begging for just one more chapter …
Text (novel) by Cambria Hebert – One text can change everything, especially when your life depends on it, in this gripping, romantic suspense.
Bad Son Rising (novel) by Julie A. Richman – Winning the love of the girl that has intrigued him from the day they met, privileged, irresistible bad boy Zac Moore must prove himself more than just a playboy.
Brady Remington Landed Me in Jail (novel) by Tijan - Brady is known for partying and fighting. Not much scares him, except for losing Rayna. That terrifies him.
Very Wicked Things (novel) by Ilsa Madden-Mills - From the wrong side of town, ballerina Dovey does whatever it takes to survive at Briarcrest Academy. Cuba will do anything to get her notch on his bedpost. Welcome to the richest private school in Texas where the best things in life are very wicked things.
Drake Restrained #1/Drake Restrained #2 (novellas) by S.E. Lund – Hot, dominant Dr. Drake Morgan doesn’t do girlfriends, sleepovers or breakfast the next morning until Kate McDermott throws his tidy world into a whirlwind.
Love Handles Club (novella) by Liv Morris – Returning home on the heels of her broken marriage, Kelly Parker reconnects with her high school sweetheart, Bradley Dawson. Will they finally get it right or will Kelly’s secret be their demise in this second chance love story?
Reach Me (novella) by J.l. Mac - Financial troubles set events into motion that send single mom Lindsay’s already hectic life into a tailspin, including changing her “single” status. But will Lindsay finally give love a shot?
Heat (novella) by Kailin Gow – Following his dream of becoming a Master Chef in Paris, Bobby Cummings, finds himself thrown into a world of intrigue, danger and passion as he falls deeply in love with a woman hiding a secret past.
The Blue Room (novella) by Kailin Gow – Naïve, aspiring singer Staci Atussi finds nothing is as it seems when she begins working at The Blue Room, an elite and discrete gentlemen’s club catering to the sensual fantasies of politicians, celebrities and royalty.
Never did I ever for one minute think Kelly Elliott could make me love a book boyfriend more than Gunner Mathews. She came close with Thano, but hands down I am ridiculously in love with Preston Ward.
OMG Kelly! Dark messy hair, light green eyes, sick body and HE'S A FIREFIGHTER! I know, I know, Riley you're so superficial. But seriously looks are the first thing you see. Keep reading though because Preston is just as beautiful inside as he is outside. He's loyal, caring and adores his family.
I'm not going to lie to you. The beginning of this book. The way Harmony and Preston meet is completely gut wrenching. But, as bad as it is when their eyes meet, Preston can't get Harmony out of his mind.
Harmony has suffered quite possibly the worst tragedy that can fall on another person. She's broken and literally left with only her older brother Jake for support. You'll find out all the details when you read Searching For Harmony.
I used to be scared of the future, I didn't know where I'd end up, didn't know if the anger and bitterness inside me would ever truly go away, if I could ever feel worthy or find someone who'd be able to see through the asshole I pretended to be to the rest of the world. But I'm not scared anymore, and I did find someone who sees me. Who really, truly see me. And I see her, too. Ella Harper is all I'm ever going to see, because she's my future. She's my steel and my fire and my salvation. She's everything. Yes, I have been absolutely ruined by the Royals. Reed Royal is my everything.
If you haven't read the first two books in this series, Paper Princess and Broken Prince, seriously, one click them or buy them right now! I had to own both the ebook and hard copy because I am obsessed with this series.
My most anticipated book so far this year was Twisted Palace. And like the two books before, it did not disappoint. There are so many twists and turns …