In Orange Blossom by Sarah Daltry, Lily and Jack have had a rough road individually and together. As Jack is preparing to go on with his life in the adult world can their relationship survive? When Jack betrays Lily in the worst way, did they ever have a chance?
Nicola’s on-and-off boyfriend, Max, has hurt her for the last time. It’s now time to focus on the development of her acting career and keeping her mind as far away from romance as she can. Max is deeply sorry for hurting Nicola but is sure they’re better off as friends though the attraction between them is strong making him wonder if he’s better with her than without. With the drama of theater, jealous divas and a generally crazy cast can Nicola and Max reunite or are they better off without each other?
Rondo (first met in “Confessions of a Gunfighter—Landon Saga Book 1) is ready to settle down and commit to one town where he has hopes of putting down roots and raising a family. His dreams seem unattainable when a friend is killed and Rondo again faces the reality, brutality and violence of the Wild West.
Coffee at Midnight by Brandon Ford is a collection of stories about the darker side of life. From the suicide of a young girl who was bullied to a young tough obsessed with odd porn, this compilation of 13 short works of fiction will cover the bad and ugly side of human existence.
In Queen Henry by Linda Fausnet, Henry Vaughn Jr. prides himself on a manly presentation of himself to his team-mates on the Baltimore Orioles. He won’t allow them to see him with his much-needed inhaler and when Henry hears that there may be a gay player on the team, this shocking news horrifies and disgusts him. An experimental drug for asthma that will save the inhaler and save Henry’s face leaves him with an attraction to men and, worse, one specific man. Will Henry risk all of come out or lose the relationship that is most important to him?
In The Clock Strikes Midnight by Joan C. Curtis, Janie Knox is living a happy life with her partner in Savannah when she discovers that she only has a few months left to live. Time is short and Janie must face the past by returning to Atlanta to tie up the loose ends of the past. Will she reconnect with the sister she abandoned and will she be able to face off with her mother’s killer and do what must be done before time runs out?
In Thieves in the Night by Brendan Ball, Dan, a reformed criminal, and Bron, a jaded musician, are brought together by a love of music. As Bron sinks into Dan’s world can he find an escape with the beautiful Cal?
In The Paragraph Ranch by Kay Ellington and Barbara Brannon, Dee Kaufman’s mother is injured in a car accident and Dee must return to the tiny Texas town in which she was raised to help her recover. Working against a make or break literary deadline, Dee must care for her mother while struggling with the eternal question. Can you go home again?
In The “She” Stands Alone by Nadine Keels, Sheridan Jones fell in love in college only to have her heart broken. The dating pool is shallow so Sheridan decides that her best option is to simply date herself.
In Chasing Athens by Marissa Tejada, Ava Martin moves to Greece with her new husband, and seven months later, the marriage is over and she’s in a foreign country on her own. With an uncertain future can she learn to navigate Greece and is that country where she was meant to live? On a mission of self-discovery and with some help from her friends, Ava must decide where she should be and what really matters.