The Story Behind Easy Reunion By Tracey Jerald

By Tracey Jerald

Behind a podium, I had just finished delivering the words to an emotional speech at a retreat. There was a pregnant pause before the room of people gave me thunderous applause.
My speech was about how I endured bullying for the better part of high school and college, how I came out the other side the person I am, the woman I am, and the love I found through it all.
Above all, I tried to impart upon my audience how I managed to keep the core of my heart whole enough to move on from the daily brutality of bullying to find who I was as an individual. And later, to find love.
That was fourteen years ago this May.
Despite the words I used to encourage others to find bravery within themselves, I have to admit it was an emotional challenge to accept returning to my hometown for my ten-year high school reunion years before. The very last thing I would call it was easy.
Flashforward to last fall. I was approached by Kristen Proby to write in the Boudreaux Universe for Lady Boss Press. My mind immediately played off the word “Easy.” What were some of the things I knew in my heart – aside from love – which weren’t “easy” in my life?
And clear as day, my mind brought me back to the moment when I crossed over the threshold of my high school reunion in a little black dress and heels. My heart began to tremble when I remembered making that first nervous circle around the room.
And that’s how Kelsey Kennedy was born. If you took her at her at face value, you’d imagine she’s a woman who has it all – looks, success, and inner fortitude. What you might not see are the scars she lives with, that she battles every time she looks in a mirror, or worse yet, every time she closes her eyes.
Rierson “Ry” Perrault is someone Kelsey began to trust; he captured her teenage heart when she started tutoring him in creative writing. And in the end, he humiliated her publicly. It’s haunted him, despite the time and distance since the last time he laid eyes on her.
When you first meet Kelsey and Ry, they’ve both arrived at their fifteen-year high school reunion. Each of them is bracing to see the other yet neither of them is ready.
Kelsey is shocked when Ry doesn’t recognize her. But when he doesn’t, she realizes that may be in her favor. She decides to fulfill her girlish fantasies by giving herself one night with the boy she never really got out of her mind before walking away.
The emotional connection between Kelsey and Ry follows them both back to New Orleans, Louisiana which is where they each happen to live. They run into each other a short time later, and with the masks off, a whole new relationship begins.
In a city filled with pure temptation, where all emotions are amplified, the barriers between Kelsey and Ry seem to disappear.
And as their relationship progresses, the lines that separate sinners from saints blur as the truth of what really happened in high school between Kelsey and Ry emerges. It changes the perspective of both of their pasts and directly impacts their present.
When I was done talking fourteen-years ago, I never expected to turn that speech into a book. I never expected my life to take the twists and turns it did. Not all of it has been easy, but every moment of loving has been worth it.
Love is never supposed to be easy. But every moment since that first high school reunion I went to has been worth it.

Tracey Jerald is the author of the new book Easy Reunion.

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New Romance Books to Read | March 31

Looking to fall in love with some new romance reads? You’ll adore these exciting new novels! This week you can get your hands on books by bestselling authors Lauren Blakely, Joanna Blake, Tracey Jerald, Winter Renshaw, and more. Enjoy your new romance books and happy reading!



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Must-Read Romance Novels | March 2020

Must-Read Romance Novels | March 2020

Romance lovers have been in luck this month with so many fantastic new love stories to dive into. No matter what type of romance you fancy, we think we’ve found a little of something for everyone with this list. Enjoy the latest from bestselling authors Mia Heintzelman, J.A. Owenby, Jessica Grayson, Willow Winters, Christi Caldwell, and J.R. Ward. Happy reading!


Mixed Match

by Mia Heintzelman

The second book in The All Mixed Up Series by bestselling author Mia Heintzelman… She used to be a badass knife-wielding chef, but nowadays, Sophia Kent is lucky if she can remember to put on a bra. After she moves to Portland and unpacks her things, she is happy there’s only one name on the title. Unfortunately, she’s greeted by a gorgeous messenger at the door with a document claiming she’s not the rightful owner.

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The Essence of You

by J.A. Owenby

Everything in my life was heading in the right direction. I had good friends, a good school, and a bright future ahead of me. That was until… One night. One Look. One guy. Just like that my nightmare and everything I was trying to forget comes roaring back. Layne Garrison was the bully who made my life hell in high school. Now he is here at the same college and I can’t shake him.

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The Edge of it All

by Jessica Grayson

The first book in the Mosauran series by bestselling author Jessica Grayson… I am a commander in the Terran Space Program. I never expected that I would wake up from cryosleep in a cage. I am grateful when a Mosauran dragon warrior rescues me… but I’m also wary. Soran is a Prince of the Empire. His species if one of the most feared in the galaxy. As we spend more time together I can’t help but feel myself being drawn to him in ways I don’t understand.

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Easy to Fall

by Willow Winters

The fourth book in the Hard to Love series by USA Today Bestselling Author Willow Winters… I was always on the highest high when I was with her. That’s why it was so easy to fall. Without her, I didn’t stand a chance. We were made for one another. The world kept trying to rip us apart but it failed. Until this. But I won’t stop fighting. Not until the very end.

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In Bed with the Earl

by Christi Caldwell

The first book in the Lost Lords of London series by Christi Caldwell… Willful reporter Verity Lovelace will stop at nothing to solve a mystery that’s become the talk of the ton. No clues run too deep for her, not even in the sewers of Lonon. That’s where she meets the happily self-sufficient scavenger Malcom North. It just so happens he is the lost heir to the Earl of Maxwell. Now that she has made Malcom front-page news, what will he make of her?

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The Sinner

by J.R. Ward

The 18th book in The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series by New York Times Bestselling author J.R. Ward… Syn has been keeping secrets from the Black Dagger Brotherhood. He has a side hustle as a mercenary. When he takes another hit job, he not only crosses the path of a new enemy, but also that of a half-breed that may die during her transition.

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Interview with Mia Heintzelman, Author of Mixed Match

What can you tell us about your new release, Mixed Match?

Mixed Match is the second book in my All Mixed Up contemporary romance series. It follows Sophia Kent and Everett Monroe who fall in love while unknowingly fighting over a house that’s sentimental to them for different reasons. It’s a enemies to friends to lovers story.

Tag: Will this unsuited pair clash? Or is it a… Mixed Match

Here’s the blurb:

Sophia Kent used to be a badass knife-wielding chef. Nowadays, she’s lucky if she can remember to put on a bra. Between the move to Portland and unpacking boxes, she’s glad there’s only one name on the title. Unfortunately, at the door there’s a gorgeous messenger with a document claiming she’s not the rightful owner.

Dead-set on getting his grandmother’s house back, real estate investor Everett Monroe is determined to see the thief go down, even if he has to deliver the summons himself. Only, the beautiful mess at the door is charming, sexy—and nothing like the man whose family’s been feuding with Everett’s for generations.

He doesn’t know whether she’s a pawn or a player, and she doesn’t know he’s not just a messenger, so after a few “chance” meetings, when she enlists his help to find a location for her restaurant, he agrees. After all, in thirty days there’s going to be a hearing granting him ownership and she’ll be long gone. Except, somewhere between sunset mountain hikes, brilliantly lit musical bridges, and picturesque Japanese Gardens, a dangerous attraction weaves its way between the secrets and lies. Forced to confront the truth, Everett must ask himself what good a home is without the one you love to share it with.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I wrote a book in the third grade and immediately knew I wanted to write books. After I was advised against it by a family member, it took me until I was in college to realize the dream had never left me. I ended up with many careers including bank management, until I recently made the decision to take a leap of faith and write full-time.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Oh, man. Only five?
1. Long Shot – Kennedy Ryan
2. The Hating Game – Sally Thorne
3. The Idea of You – Robinne Lee
4. Behind Closed Doors – B.A. Paris
5. Coming of Age in Mississippi – Anne Moody

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

This would be an absolute dream. Definitely, Kennedy Ryan. Her books are amazing and such an organic, emotionally relevant level. I’d ask her how she embodies her characters so deeply and seamlessly. We don’t write the same type of books. Mine are modern, funny, pulse-racing contemporary romance experiences, but hers edge of on the side of human darkness while maintaining deep love. It’s amazing.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

My favorite thing about writing is the question, “what if?” It’s taking some part of everyday life and twisting the emotions and characters to see what happens with a little tweak. I love creating characters, but the worlds and circumstances I drop them into are the most fun.

What is a typical day like for you?

Since the Corona virus and social distancing, my day is filled with finding creative ways to help my kids learn and exert energy while I write, edit, get social online, and prepare my newsletter content. When the house is finally calm, I read for me.

What scene in Mixed Match was your favorite to write?

I love meet-cutes. When Sophia and Everett meet, they’re technically enemies, but she doesn’t know it, so there’s instant attraction and all kinds of lovely, heated desire bouncing between them.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

My favorite is “Nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream.” It’s about faith, timing, and putting in the hard work to realize goals and passions. For me, it’s about not only seizing the moment, but creating the moments that matter. Specifically, in my decision to write full-time.

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Interview with J.A. Owenby, Author of The Essence of You

What can you tell us about your new release, The Essence of You?

The Essence of You is an enemies-to-lovers, romantic suspense novel. Here’s the blurb: Sometimes it’s sweeter to surrender. My life is going in the right direction. Good friends. Good school. Bright future. Until… One night. One look. One guy.

And just like that my nightmare and everything I tried to forget comes roaring back. Layne Garrison—stormy grey eyes, bully, the guy who made my life hell in high school is suddenly there, in front of me, in the same town, the same college, and I can’t shake him. But the darkness never stays neatly tucked away when I learn the reasons that dumped me in foster care. Will I lose the only man I’ve ever loved, or will my past ruin my future as well? An enemies-to-lovers suspenseful standalone with an HEA and no cliffhanger.

Tensley, the main character, bounced around in foster care while in high school and was bullied by Layne, the popular jock. Three years later, she is doing well after all of the trauma and attending college when she sees him again. After a run-in with Layne, truths are revealed, and the healing begins. However, Tensley learns more about why she landed in the foster system, and her world is turned inside out.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

My mom when she sold her first short story. I was 5 years old.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Slammed by Colleen Hoover, The Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer, Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, The Help by Kathryn Stockett, and The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. Honestly, there are so many good books, I couldn’t possibly have a top 5.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Oprah. What was the pivotal point in your journey that you realized you could have the life you wanted?

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

Creating the story and characters. I love the energy, fun, and excitement during that time.

What is a typical day like for you?

I’m typically in my office ready to write around nine a.m. Monday through Friday. I’m very disciplined so implanting a schedule is easy for me.

What scene in The Essence of You was your favorite to write?

I have several, but the ending is really beautiful.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

“Everything springs forth from the imagination. Everything.” Abraham Hicks.

J.A. Owenby is the author of the new book The Essence of You.

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Interview with Jessica Grayson, Author of The Edge of it All

What can you tell us about your new release, The Edge of it All?

The Edge of it All is a Dragon Shifter Alien Romance. As a Commander in the Terran space program, I never expected to wake up from cryosleep in a cage. When I’m rescued by a fierce Mosauran dragon warrior, I am both grateful and wary. Soran is a Prince of the Empire, and his species is one of the most feared in the galaxy. But the more time we spend together, the more I find myself drawn to him in ways I don’t understand. Especially since he’s working to keep me out of the hands of the A’kai master he rescued me from. The master who believes his species survival depends upon a cure found only in Terran blood. He will stop at nothing to recapture me in the hopes that he can use me to find my home world. I have to find Terra before the A’kai do—the fate of my people hangs in the balance.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

Grief. I was drowning in it. My parents and oldest sister all died unexpectedly a few years ago and I was so depressed I felt dead inside for two years. I still went to work and I didn’t go off the rails or anything, but I was miserable and so sad I didn’t know what to do. One day, I sat down and started writing and I created these characters who had difficult pasts (they’d lost people they love). And I wrote about them finding love with each other and developing that deep bond you have with someone who understands your pain. One of the characters in my stories always happens to be an alien, but…the core of the story…it’s about overcoming grief and hardship to find your soul mate. The person who not only understands that pain but loves the person you have become after going through it.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen: Emma
Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre (recognize a pattern here?” 😊
I love Scifi Romance, so I have to also mention: Ruby Dixon: Ice Planet Barbarians and Kate Rudolph: Ruwen

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

I’d like to talk to Ruby Dixon and ask her about her process. She’s amazing. She’s able to put out like a book a month on top of everything else she does. Granted, I recognize she follows a formula, but who doesn’t? I mean…that’s what “Romancing the Beat” is all about. 😊 Her books are great because she writes characters that you actually remember and care about beyond reading the books.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

The creative process of sitting down and typing out the first draft and then discovering something about your character that you never knew before. It’s amazing how things like that will just open up who plot arcs, etc.

What is a typical day like for you?

I’m a healthcare provider, so I work the regular 8 to 5 weekdays. But I try to writing during lunch and when I get home, I write every chance I get.

What scene in The Edge of it All was your favorite to write?

The part where they are looking at the stars and she tells him that her father always said, “If you learn the stars, you’ll never be lost.” Well, here she is, in this entirely unknown part of the galaxy, lost. Soran is showing her the star as they can be seen from his homeworld. And she tells him, “I don’t know these stars, Soran. They’re not mine.” So, then he begins to teach her the constellations and she realizes he’s doing this, so that she won’t feel so lost. Tear-jerker scene. 😊

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

“The only people who never fail are those who never try.”

Jessica Grayson is the author of the new book The Edge of it All.

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New Romance Books to Read | March 24

Looking to fall in love with some new romance reads? You’ll adore these exciting new novels! This week you can get your hands on books by bestselling authors Willow Winters, Jessica Grayson, J.A. Owenby, Mia Heintselman, and more. Enjoy your new romance books and happy reading!



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Our Audiobook Playlist For March | 2020

Our Audiobook Playlist For March | 2020

We wanted to share with you some of our favorite audiobooks we’ve been listening to in March. Our playlist includes a little something for everyone from mystery, literary fiction, fantasy, and romance. Grab your headphones and happy listening!


Road to Delano

by John DeSimone

High school senior Jack Duncan has dreams of playing college baseball and leaving the political turmoil of Delano behind. Ever since his father’s suspicious death ten years ago, Jack has suspected his mother has been hiding the truth from him. With his family’s property on the verge of a tax sale, Jack drives an old combine into town to sell. But on the road, he encounters an old friend of his father. He has evidence that Jack’s father was murdered.

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The Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Series (Books 1-2)

by Willow Rose

The first two audiobooks in The Eva Rae Thomas Mystery series by bestselling author Willow Rose. Whether you’re a fan of mystery, love, or action- this series has something for everyone. This double pack includes Don’t Lie to Me and What You Did for over 15 hours of listening excitement!

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Irresistible Attraction

by Willow Winters

The second collection in the Merciless World Series by USA Today Bestselling Author Willow Winters. It is the complete collection of the Irresistible Attraction trilogy… Sometimes you meet someone, and meet isn’t the right word. You don’t even need to say hello but simply passing by them changes your world forever. Chills flow where you imagine he’d kiss you.

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Blood Bound

by M.D. Massey

The fifth book in the Junkyard Druid Novellas series by bestselling author M.D. Massey. This short story collection includes three separate novelette-length stories in the Colin McCool series: Voodoo Ball, Prince Mark’s Price, and Breaking Up Is Hard To Do. Start reading this exciting urban fantasy collection to learn more about a thieving slenderman, a dark wizard on a quest to save a comic book store, and a zombie corgi.

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Pawsitively Cursed

by Melissa Erin Jackson

The second book in A Witch of Edgehill Mystery series by bestselling author Melissa Erin Jackson… Edghill’s resident secret witch, Amber Blackwood, has been haunted by her parents’ death for the past fourteen years. The whole town knows about the tragedy, but the details remain a mystery to everyone, even Amber. She suspects the fire that killed her parents was set to deliberately by a witch from the cursed Penhallow clan, which no one has heard from since the night her parents died.

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One Night Stand-In

by Lauren Blakely

The third book in the Boyfriend Material series by New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely… Lucas Xavier is the last person I want to spend 24 hours with, let alone two minutes. Exes are exes for a reason and in his case, it’s a million reasons. He’s not just my ex-boyfriend, he is also an ex-friend. Nothing will change that. Definitely not his clever wit, ridiculously good looks, or unfair levels of charm.

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Buzziest Books of March | 2020

Buzziest Books of March | 2020

The month of March was a great time for readers with a host of exciting releases from bestselling authors. There were so many page-turning novels that captivated us from cover to cover this month. If you want to catch up on the books everyone was talking about, here are our choices for the buzziest books of March. Happy reading!


The Trophy Wife

by Sunday Tomassetti

Cate Cabot is a wallflower. She has always been content to keep the world at arms’ length from behind the register at the upscale Floridian boutique where she has worked for the last nine years. Her days are mostly filled with rich customers not paying any attention to her. That was until Odessa DuVernay. She seems like any other Palm Shores trophy wife at first glance. But she shows a genuine interest in Cate. What begins as an unlikely friendship soon turns into the unthinkable.

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Sinister Magic

by Lindsay Buroker

The first book in the Death Before Dragons series by bestselling author Lindsay Buroker… My name is Val Thorvald and I am an assassin. I take care of magical bad guys that hurt people and that doesn’t make me popular with the rest of the magical community. But thanks to my half-elven blood, a powerful sword named Chopper, and a telepathic Tiger, I’ve always been able to handle my problems with aplomb.

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The Greatest of These

by Lori Morrison

“Beautifully written and put together. Some incredibly sad parts. Left me deep in thought after I finished it.”… Lori Morrison’s husband couldn’t wait to have a working pancreas again. It would mean no more seizures and no more kidney dialysis. But a month after a successful transplant, he suffered a massive stroke that nearly ended his life and left him completely disabled. The life Lori and her husband knew was obliterated.

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You Are Not Alone

by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

The new releases from the New York Times Bestselling Authors of The Wife Between Us and An Anonymous Girl… Love has always eluded Shay Miller. She wants to be fulfilled, but her job is a dead end. She wants to belong but her life is lonely. That was until she met the Moore sisters. When Shay is invited into their inner circle, everything seems to get better. She would die for them to like her… She may have to.

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No Damaged Goods

by Nicole Snow

There’s a reason why Blake Silverton is called Mr. Silver Tongue. The small-town fire chief could sweet talk an angel into sin with his rich velvet voice and drop-dead gorgeous looks. Don’t even get me started on the tortured single dad thing. Wintering in Heart’s Edge isn’t a choice when my van explodes… Neither is gawking at the human bulldozer he keeps coming to my rescue.

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Baffling Blend

by Kennedy Layne

The 11th book in A Paramour Paranormal Mystery series by USA Today Bestselling Author Kennedy Layne… Raven Marigold has had not one, not two, but three shockingly realistic dreams come true in the last week. She might be a witch but she’d definitely not a psychic. When she has a fourth dream about a wicked witch casting a spell upon one of the Marigolds, she must race against time to stop the nightmare from coming true.

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Druid Mystic

by M.D. Massey

The 10th book in The Colin McCool Paranormal Suspense Series by bestselling author M.D. Massey… After killing a psychotic demigod, Colin McCool just wanted to retreat to his beloved junkyard in peace. Unfortunately, the Celtic gods are bringing the fight right to his doorstep, whether he likes it or not.

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Deacon King Kong

by James McBride

“Cracking…Terrific…Deeply felt, beautifully written, and profoundly humane.”… In September 1969, a cranky old church deacon known only as Sportcoat shuffled into the courtyard of the Cause Houses housing project in South Brooklyn. He then pulls out a .38 and shoots a drug dealer at point-blank range. Deacon King Kong explores the reasons for this act of violence and the consequences that spring from it.

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Romance Books For Your Spring Reading List | 2020

Romance Books For Your Spring Reading List | 2020

Spring is here and love is in the air. Now is the perfect time to stock up on new romance books for your spring reading list! We’ve made a list of some of our favorite reads from bestselling authors Erin Trejo, Willow Winters, Skye Warren, Summer Brooks, A.L. Jackson, and Corinne Michaels. Happy reading!


Dance For Me

by Erin Trejo

The first book in the Alder Academy series by Erin Trejo… She was just a job. Nothing more and nothing less. Like usual, I followed my father’s orders. But I am tired of being used. Whisper was a casualty of our world. One that I decided I wanted to keep. I liked the challenge. One that I wanted to keep more than I wanted to ruin. Is she worth the punishment I would face if I chose to keep her around?

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Imperfect

by Willow Winters

The first book in the Imperfect Duet by Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author Willow Winters… It has been a long time since I’ve wanted something more when I looked at a man. It has been even longer since one has looked at me with a gaze that I couldn’t tear my eyes from. I was tempted after just one look. After one taste… I was addicted.

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Mating Theory

by Skye Warren

The new standalone novel from New York Times Bestselling Author Skye Warren… The woman I love is getting married to my best friend. What’s the point of being a gentleman when nice guys always finish last? Maybe I need to just take what I want. Even that sexy little thing on the street corner. She just needed a meal and a place to sleep. Instead, I’m going to take her home and soother the beast inside me.

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Stealing My Best Friend

by Summer Brooks

The first book in the Lovers’ Lane series by Summer Brooks… Vincent Turner is my best friend. I was nine when I befriended him, seventeen when I kissed him, and eighteen when I threw all dirty thoughts about him in the trash. I have never said no to him… even when he asked me to be his wing woman. But now his rich parents have found him a doll to marry and he wants me to be his wedding planner. I’d much rather be his wife.

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Kiss the Stars

by A.L. Jackson

Mia West and Leif Godwin should have never met. She was a single mother and he was an up-and-coming drummer with a sordid past… When a senseless crime rocks Mia’s world, she agrees to spend the summer hiding at the rockstar brother’s mansion in Savannah. She never expected to find a gorgeous drummer in the guest house.

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All I Ask

by Corinne Michaels

Teagan Berkley is a single mom trying her best to raise a teenager. She may have given up on her dreams but she has accepted her life in her small hometown. But then the one person who abandoned her is back and brings memories of what might have been.

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