Excerpt Darcy quickened her steps to pass the group and get to Sean. His long, easy stride made her have to work twice as hard.“You have a really engaging style.”Sean turned his head to look at her, like he was waiting for the punch line.“I mean, they really respond to […]
We’re celebrating the release of Fate and Fortune: Part One, the first part in a Young Adult contemporary romance duology. Read the author’s guest post here, read today’s excerpt, and return on Saturday, September 22nd to read a second excerpt. Don’t forget to enter the book/Amazon gift card giveaway below as well… […]
Excerpt Eric glanced doubtfully at his fitted shirt and pants. If he’d been going to the couple’s shower alone, he would have settled for comfort and worn jeans. The fact that he’d sought his brother’s opinion on what to wear was an admission of his level of anxiety. Julie had agreed […]
Over one million “likes”—but only one of them matters.
After pop star Ryan De Luna praises Maisy Harrison’s YouTube cover of his classic hit, he offers Maisy and her fledgling band the opportunity of a lifetime: to be his opening act.
Once they calmed themselves from that reality, she asked, “So, has Merrhius ever expanded?”“We’ve talked about it. But it’s never been done since I was born. The talks are getting more serious, now.”“Will you expand into empty land?”“No. Into another kingdom.”Faith looked perplexed, and then asked, “Which one?”“Rhaevaehyn. Do you know of […]
Excerpt Mrs. Hancock beamed as Alicia reached her side, put an arm around Alicia, and brought her into their circle. “Miss Alicia Palmer, allow me to introduce Lord Amesbury.” Even more devastating up close, Lord Amesbury turned to Alicia. His piercing blue eyes threatened the strength in her knees. Though […]
I love books by Bria Quinlan. These Brew Ha Ha stories are very cute and very fun. Excerpt He glanced at me, his eyes narrowing, before he dropped his feet to the floor and shot out of his seat. “No. No way.” He pointed at me as if no one […]
Excerpt Elena looked around the business her dad had built—a thirty-six-hundred-square-foot legacy with iron bars on the windows called Treasure Mountain Pawn, that had passed on to her. “Elena, I got ya something I think ya need.” Tug walked toward the back of the store. “We agreed. No presents,” she […]
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