ROMANTIC PICKS #MYSTERY #NEWRELEASES

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A virgin librarian with hot-chick potential, the conflicts in her story won’t let you put the book down. Be prepared for an all-nighter…
She watches the mob kill her twin and is too frozen with fear to stop them. How can she live with that cowardice eating away at her self-respect? Revenge claws at her sheltered existence until she can’t breathe. Though she’s naïve, she isn’t stupid. When she finds a stash of loot in her brother’s gym locker, she has the means.
Now all she needs is the guts to make every one of those low-life gang members pay.

People might think detectives are hard-assed cops with no home life, but Trace McGuire has a dying mom he loves fiercely. Already stressed over his personal problems, he takes a bullet for a virgin beauty hiding while mobsters shoot her brother.
This chick draws out every protective instinct he thought had disintegrated over years on the job and he becomes invested – in her hot body, her plans for retaliation and her fighting spirit.
Helpless, he watches her enter the seedy underworld that’ll eat her alive.
Then he sees her fight.
And wonders if they’ll survive her.

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It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

Wait – Time doesn’t matter…Just open this book – we’re serving
Cocktails for Ten

Let your reading palate tingle with romantic encounters or be heightened by thrilling mystery and suspense or become tantalized by something surprising and totally unique!

That’s our goal in serving up these ten full-length novels by USA Today and International Best Selling Authors.

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USA Today Best Selling author Donna Fasano’s Following His Heart – “Fasano delivers tender honesty and sweet sexiness in this beach read.” Publishers Weekly

Ashley Fontainne’s Suicide Lake is a “thrilling mystery with a hint of romance.”

Elaine Raco Chase’s Dangerous Places was Romantic Times’ Top Hot pick for romantic suspense “twists, turns, a few laughs and sex.”

E.G. Fox’s Award-winning Lucky Dawg Meets Lucky Lucy is a romantic comedy that’s been called: “the X-Files with a little sex.”

Dee Dee Covas’ Dandelion Soul “a love story with a twist of fate.”

Diane Nelson’s Points on a Curve “she’s got wingspan, he’s got the nose for news. Together it’s a match made on and off the court.”

Lorne Olive’s The Cistern “a non-stop read – hang on to your sanity.”

Ashley Goss’ Sexual Desires – “raw sexual interaction and deep emotion.”

Michael Cody’s Where Power Resides “action packed roller coaster of a read.”

Angie Dokos’ Mackenzie’s Distraction “can Mackenzie let go of her past & embrace a chance for happiness with Trevor?”

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The infamous Puzzle Killer returns to Charity, Florida, in search of a rival murderer, and when two serial killers battle, Charlotte, Declan, Seamus and a naked cat find themselves on the chopping block!

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The secret is out . . .

The secret investigative group that Tate Carlisle works with has just discovered a major piece to the puzzle. Those responsible for trying to steer the governments of the world from the shadows are slowly being unmasked. While Tate has never stepped on a battlefield, she is most definitely in the fight of her life.

Tate’s new job as White House Press Secretary puts her in the line of fire from all sides. When she finds herself falling for her boss, the President of the United States, Tate is torn between her job, her duty, and her heart. She decides to put all of the cards on the table in a gamble that could end everything she has worked toward her whole life.

Tate finds herself deep in the secret world of payoffs, affairs, and a battle for the soul of the United States. Split-second decisions are now a matter of life and death . . . but will the next lead story be about her death or those she cares about?

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