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Comment by Craig W. Dressler on July 11, 2013 at 2:07pm

Great Price For Christian Teen Fantasy Ebook

The Christian teen fantasy ebook entitled Hafren: A Fantasy for the Young at Heart is now available for $2.99.  The novel received a great review from the Midwest Book Review and is available from and from the Lighthouse Christian Publishing website fantasy page two.

Comment by Raymond Mathiesen on July 10, 2013 at 7:58pm

Clover Doves by Courtney Filignezi

Struggling towards the light

Emma Fiorello is sixteen and deeply in love with Eric Florentino, a bright and caring, but wayward youth. They have a very special connection which Emma felt virtually as soon as they met. According to Emma they are “soul mates”. Eric knows what she means, but is perhaps a little less ‘spiritual’ in his outlook. Life is fresh and good, but Emma also senses that perhaps she and Eric will not stay together. Suddenly Emma is attacked and raped and her life begins the swift process of falling apart. Can Emma survive this turmoil and will she and Eric struggle through it, or will the premonition of relationship break-up come true?

Clover Doves could be classified as a paranormal romance: it is a love story with references to precognition, empathic telepathy and ghosts. The novel is, however, also part spiritual philosophy and part self-development/psychology. This is not to imply that Clover Doves is overly ‘preachy’ or contains lectures on these subjects: the philosophy and psychology arise naturally from the plot and characters, and are quite skilfully woven into the novel. It is clear, though, that Filigenzi has done much reading and thinking about the subject of human potential. Beyond these specialized subjects the novel is also very much about ‘ordinary’ life struggles: family, friends, love relationships, suffering, conflict and death. Clover Doves is skilfully written and will appeal to a quite wide variety of readers, especially those willing to keep an open mind.

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Comment by Brandi S. on July 10, 2013 at 12:08pm

Have you read THAT FIRST KISS by J.C. Valentine?

Top 100 in Amazon's Contemporary Romances

4.3/ 5 star average rating

"A Good Book with Humor and Heat"

"Fun and Steamy"

"Awesome, Enticing Romance"

"Totally Love This Book"

Amazon US:

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Mercurial and charming, Tate Larson is a rising author and playboy who has a different woman on his arm every night of the week. Focused on his work, Tate has no plans to settle down any time soon. That is until he meets his pretty new assistant, Piper Donovan.

Desperate to escape the promise of backwater living, Piper ditched her Alabama hometown and never looked back. That was almost two years ago. Now that she is out of a job and her bank account is running on fumes, she’s desperate to find a job, fast. She finds the break she is searching for when she lands a position at Bookish Temptations. A little dancing and a lot of drinks with the girls seem the perfect way to celebrate. After a brief but explosive encounter with a man she was never supposed to see again turns out to be the same man she will be bending over backwards to please, her every instinct tells her to run. But when running means leaving the life she has struggled so hard to create, Piper decides her only option is to continue working for the devastatingly sexy Tate Larson...even if it kills her.

Unable to deny their growing attraction, they struggle to keep their distance in a relationship that requires anything but.

Comment by Ian Oliver on July 7, 2013 at 5:56am

Comment by Gary Starta on July 5, 2013 at 5:10pm

 A world divided by demons & humans presents a challenge for a displaced FBI agent., kindle, $0.99

Comment by Rosanna Leo on July 5, 2013 at 1:26pm

One reviewer says: "Get your plaid shirt on, a jar of honey handy and get ready for the wild ride that is Ryland."

Bear shifter Ryland Snow just wants peace. The peace and quiet afforded him at his woodsy retreat, the Ursa Fishing Lodge. As owner of the lodge, Ryland enjoys the tranquil life he’s created among his fellow shifters. He lives to maintain a safe haven for them, away from meddlesome human eyes.

When his rock star brother arrives, bringing trouble in the form of a possible hitman, Ryland is incensed. He’s been cleaning up Soren’s messes as long as he can remember, and is tired of his brother’s lecherous exploits.

Things go from bad to worse when Lia Goodblood stumbles upon Ryland and his lodge. Yes, the reclusive erotica author is easy on the eyes, but the human woman is more trouble than she’s worth. To say nothing of her bizarre fear of furry creatures.

Ryland determines to rid himself of her presence. But when he learns she’s on the run from a crazed fan, Ryland’s protective bear instincts flare. And the bear won’t be denied.

Comment by Dana Roquet on July 5, 2013 at 7:38am


Amazon 5* Review~~ This book was a very good book. I would never have thought family history could be made this interesting to the point were I could not put it down. The characters were very realistic and lovable. Great read. Left me wanting to read more. Amazon Link

My blog for an excerpt~~One of Torie's Travels


Comment by Emma Styles on July 5, 2013 at 3:30am


First Tango In Paris is a compellingly erotic true-life memoir of Emma, a normal English housewife and mother, who in 1991 went on a last minute weekend break to Paris with her husband. They by chance discovered a whole different level of sexual gratification in the elegant Parisian swingers clubs, one that she pursued with vigour over the following years. This true and accurate account explicitly documents many of the outrageous sexual situations she participated in and experienced on her journey to complete sexual fulfillment. From teaching her French lovers 18 year old son the art of lovemaking through to complete abandonment at the hands of a team of French firefighters, and being the muse to an elderly retired, distinguished French Diplomat, who arranges many of her more scandalous sexual scenarios for her to act out. All the time, juggling her family life in West London with her decadent sexual life in France and beyond. She takes you on a roller-coaster ride of sex filled exploits. A riveting and captivating sexually explicit read!

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Comment by Carlos Aranda on July 4, 2013 at 8:55pm

 well to start out I am a new author and as yet have no reviews otherwise I would love to share them;). my site is

Comment by Joanne Rawson on July 4, 2013 at 7:33am

Having My Baby

by Joanne Rawson, Tori L. Ridgewood, Daphne Olivier and Imari Jade

Learner Mum by Joanne Rawson
Polly Wilkins is a successful freelance journalist slash writer. She has been living with her partner Steve in what her parents call sin for the last eight years. But, to her parent's disappointment, there are no signs of wedding bells or the patter of tiny feet on the horizon. Why? Because Polly, is not in the least bit maternal. Can this all change after Polly and Steve have a torrid weekend looking after her nephew? Or will Polly stick to her guns, and loose Steve forever?

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