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Rob hasn’t had the best of luck when it comes to women and his epic failure with Kit Kendall is still very fresh.
Rob’s sous chef, Wren Tyler, is very attracted to Rob, but she knows she’s not in his league. So when he starts to pay her attention, who could blame her for being a little suspicious?
But have Wren’s past heartbreaks destroyed her ability to trust? And will Rob be able to overcome his past failures and become the man Wren needs him to be?
Only true love will be able to heal Wren’s heart and help her trust again.
Shannon Guymon: In the fourth grade, Shannon Guymon wandered into the school library and figuratively never came out again. She decided one day to take her love affair with the written word once step further and wrote her first novel, Never Letting Go of Hope.
Shannon grew up all across the United States but has finally found her home in Utah, where she lives with her six children. She enjoys the mountains, gardening, being with her family, and, of course, writing. Visit Shannon atwww.shannonguymon.blogspot.com.
How do you kill a man who’s already dead?
Detective Evan White is on the trail of a killer. A madman who slaughters at a whim. A murderer bent on destroying everything and everyone Evan loves. An assassin who can’t be killed… because he’s already dead.
Evan is about to begin the longest day of his life. A day that will determine what is true, what is false. What crimes are reality…and what crimes are merely seen.
Michaelbrent Collings is a #1 bestselling novelist and screenwriter. He has written numerous bestsellers, includingDarkbound, Apparition, The Haunted, The Loon, Rising Fears, and the bestselling YA fantasy series The Billy Saga, beginning with Billy: Messenger of Powers.
He hopes someday to develop superpowers, or, if that is out of the question, then at least to get a cool robot arm.
Michaelbrent has a wife and several kids, all of whom are much better looking than he is (though he admits that’s a low bar to set), and also cooler than he is. Visit him atwww.michaelbrentcollings.com.
Six novellas—three contemporary and three historical—all with one thing in common: Romance.
Maggie’s Song by Karey White. When Lucas returns from college, Maggie realizes her teenage crush has blossomed into so much more. But Lucas still treats her as one of the guys, and Maggie worries that if she tells him her real feelings, their relationship will be damaged forever.
Just Fly by Krista Lynne Jensen.Wren is devastated by her grandfather’s death. But a mysterious letter from a woman named Dot sends her to Seattle and a challenge to finish her grandfather’s Bucket List. Before the week of adventure is over, Seth (Dot’s grandson) has impressed Wren in more ways than one. But is that enough to overcome Wren’s fear of losing those she loves?
How to Rewrite a Love Letter by Diane Darcy. High school teacher Julie Ashburn is humiliated by Principal Dane’s mockery of her love letter to him. But when a student writes a fake love letter from the principal to Julie, everything gets even more mixed up, and both Julie and Dane are caught up in a series of misunderstandings that might be impossible to sort out.
A Thousand Words by Sarah M. Eden. Shannon has been waiting to be reunited with her fiance, Patrick, with only the letters between them keeping their relationship alive. He finally sends for her after securing a good job with the Sidney newspaper. But when she arrives at the train station, there is no Patrick waiting for her. Shannon must discover if the man she loves still has feelings for her.
Between the Lines by Annette Lyon. Jane Martin is intelligent but shy, especially around men. When the Aid and Cultural Society proposes a letter-writing program, Jane signs up. Thomas Allred has always known shy and quiet Jane, but reading her letters written to his secret persona, opens his eyes to what an amazing woman she is. The only trouble is, Jane doesn’t know that the man she is falling in love with through letters is also Thomas, the man who is falling in love with her in person.
Blackberry Hollow by Heather B. Moore. Lucy travels to England to inspect her inherited estate and put the house on the market. What she doesn’t expect is Calvin Bevans, the man living next door. The two families have been divided by a misunderstanding decades old, and when Lucy discovers a set of love letters, she learns the truth. As Calvin helps her unravel the hidden secrets between the two families, Lucy finds that she has more reasons to stay in England than to return to New York. And Calvin is at the top of the list.
Toni has no idea what she’d do without her best friend, Carter. Who else would she be able to vent to about her parents, her job at the dance studio, or her latest relationship woes? When Toni’s father lands in the hospital, Carter, as always, is there for her.
That is, until he starts questioning Toni, saying he thinks she has an eating disorder. Then she starts dating Clint, the hot new guy at the studio, putting a deeper wedge between her and Carter. When she’s hospitalized after an on-stage collapse, and Carter stupidly starts in with advice about food and weight, she sends him away—then instantly regrets it.
When Toni tries to mend the hurt between them, she stumbles onto proof that Carter has feelings for her that go way beyond those of a friend. Toni is left with the very real prospect of losing Carter forever, unless somehow she can return his feelings—but that’s impossible. Isn’t it?
Annette Lyon has been writing ever since second grade, when she piled pillows on a chair to reach her mother’s typewriter. A cum laude graduate from BYU with a degree in English, she has had success as a professional editor and doing newspaper, magazine, and business writing, but her first love is writing fiction. She’s perhaps best known for her historical novels centered around the four old Utah temples.
Her most recent novel, Band of Sisters: Coming Home(January 2013) is the sequel to the Whitney Award-winning novel Band of Sisters.
One of the most rewarding parts of Annette’s writing career has been collaborating on The Newport Ladies Book Club series. Her first book in the series, Paige, was released in 2012. Her second, about the character Ilana, will be released early 2014.
Visit Annette at www.annettelyon.com.
After the death of his best friend and moving to a new school, fifteen-year-old Justin Wilder is sure his life couldn’t get worse. That is, until he falls for someone else’s girlfriend and discovers he can control the powers of nature-most of the time.
Suddenly, people he never knew existed want to control him, fearing what he can do, or manipulate him for their own purposes.
When he learns that his best friend’s death might not have been an accident, his search for the truth uncovers a deadly conspiracy. If he’s going to catch his friend’s killer and prevent many more lives from being lost, he must figure out who he can trust and gain control of his powers before he becomes the biggest danger of all.
Leah M. Berry grew up in the-place-of-too-much-snow (also known as Canada). In her early teens, she decided she wanted to live all over the world and not simply because she needed to warm up. First, she went alone, later she married and conned her husband into coming, and now they drag their kids everywhere they go. Currently, they live in Arizona, but by the time you read this, their location could easily have changed. Wherever they are though, their heart is always in the Pacific Northwest.
When she’s not reading or writing about adventures, Leah is off somewhere experiencing them for herself. She loves hiking, backpacking, kayaking, traveling the world, and basically anything that involves exploring the wonders of nature. Visit Leah at www.leahmberry.com.
Dragons exist. They’re ferocious. And they’re smart: Before they were killed off by slayer-knights, they rendered a select group of eggs dormant, so their offspring would survive. Only a handful of people know about this, let alone believe it – these “Slayers” are descended from the original knights, and are now a diverse group of teens that includes Tori, a smart but spoiled senator’s daughter who didn’t sign up to save the world.
The dragon eggs have fallen into the wrong hands. The Slayers must work together to stop the eggs from hatching. They will fight; they will fall in love. But will they survive?
This is book #1 of the Slayers series. Book #2, Slayers: Friends and Traitors was released October 2013.
C.J. Hill is a pen name for Janette Rallison who is best known for writing romantic comedies. When her writing shifted away from the romantic comedy genre into action, her editor thought a pen name would be a good idea. CJ Hill books include: dangerous dragons, (Slayers; Slayers: Friends and Traitors) Time travel to dystopian worlds, (Erasing Time; Echo in Time) and up-coming: flesh-eating beetles.
CJ Hill (Janette) has five children, three of whom like her on any given day depending on who is in trouble. She has lived in Arizona for the last half of her life, but is still in desert denial and hopes that one day her garden will grow silver bells and cockle shells or maybe just tomatoes. Visit CJ/Janette atwww.janetterallison.com.
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