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You’re the Reason by J. Nathan

Title: You’re the Reason
Author: J. Nathan
Genre: Enemies-to-Lovers Romance
Cover Design: Kate Farlow, Y’all That Graphic
Photo: Michelle Lancaster
Model: Roddy
Release Date: June 24, 2020


Welcome to Crestwood University…
Where smiles conceal secrets.
Gossip runs rampant.
And everyone hides the truth.

Sophia Galloway has no idea what she’s walking 
into when she transfers to Crestwood University.
Returning to Texas was her only goal.
But nothing could prepare her for stepping foot 
on a campus where no one is what they seem.
In a world where frat guys think they can do no wrong.
And sorority presidents think they run the show.
Sophia’s about to find out what happens when she 
unknowingly crosses the wrong guy,
pisses off the wrong sorority sister, 
and refuses to play by anyone else’s rules.

A life will be lost.
Lies will be told.
Hearts will be broken.
And secrets…well secrets are meant to be revealed.

Is there anyone she can trust?

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I stumbled my way over to the curb and sat down. My head throbbed and my stomach roiled, though I couldn’t imagine anything was left inside me. I pulled a pack of wintergreen gum from my pocket and stuffed three pieces into my mouth, contemplating my next move.
I could go back in and let Chantel know I was leaving, if she even noticed I disappeared. I could try to walk back to the dorm without face-planting somewhere along the way—if I could remember the way back. Or, I could call an Uber in hopes that they knew where my dorm was.
“What the fuck are you doing?” a deep voice called, cutting through the silent darkness.
My body stiffened.
Footsteps approached, and a tall guy with dark hair and light blue eyes stood there, glaring down at me. “I said what are you doing?”
“No, you said what the fuck are you doing.”
His eyes absorbed the details of my face with disdain. “You didn’t answer my question.”
“What’s your problem? You scared your little party’s gonna get broken up if someone sees me out here?” I gasped mockingly. “All that wasted beer and unused condoms. The horror.”
His eyes narrowed. “Is that supposed to be funny?”
“Not any funnier than you out here reprimanding me, frat boy.”
He dragged his hands through his hair as his head dropped back. “What the fuck?”
I unsteadily pushed myself to my feet, praying to God I didn’t fall face first in front of him. “No worries, frat boy. I was leaving anyway.”
He grabbed my arm, his grip tight as he stopped me from going anywhere. “Don’t come back here.”
A wave of nausea washed over me. “Excuse me?”
He clenched his teeth. “You’re not an Alpha Phi which makes you unwelcome here.”
A cold chill rushed up my spine, but I maintained my composure. “No problem. Your party sucked anyway.” I turned and walked in the direction I hoped my dorm was in, putting one foot in front of the other and trying to appear steady. Because despite his harsh tone and rudeness, the bastard stood on the curb, watching me until I disappeared into the darkness.

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J. Nathan is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy heroines. When she’s not writing, she’s a total romance junkie! Add an alpha male who’s unlikable in the beginning…even better. She loves guys in backward hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.

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ADORING KEATON by Siobhan Davis

Release Date: September 20

A friends-to-lovers new adult romance from USA Today bestseller Siobhan Davis. Standalone with HEA and no cliffhanger.

I can’t go on like this anymore.
Living a lie.
Shielding the truth from those I love.
Hurting the one girl who has always been there for me.
Pretending to be someone I’m not.
But I’m scared to drop the façade because I know not everyone will understand.
Definitely not the girl I’ve professed to love.
And I’ve no clue how my brothers will handle the news.
But I’ve spent years trying to please everyone else.
And I’m over it.
Now it’s time to take something for myself, and there’s no turning back.
Even though the one who knows my secret threatens to reveal it to the world.
Let him do his worst.
Because I’m done hiding.

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I am a USA Today bestselling author and I write emotionally intense young adult and new adult fiction with swoon-worthy romance, complex characters, and tons of unexpected plot twists and turns that will have you flipping the pages beyond bedtime! 

My family will tell you I am little bit obsessive when it comes to reading and writing, and they aren’t wrong. I can rarely 
be found without my trusty Kindle, a paperback book, or my laptop somewhere close at hand.

Prior to becoming a full-time writer, I forged a successful corporate career in human resource management.

I reside in the Garden County of Ireland with my husband and two sons.

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Am I the Only One by E.K. Blair

Title: Am I the Only One
Author: E.K. Blair
Genre: Thriller/Romantic Suspense
Cover Design: Emily Wittig
Release Date: July 10, 2020


Desperation had a flavor.

It was all Emma could taste as her life in Washington DC started to crumble before her.

In a city filled with prestige and American dreams also lay political fallacy and corruption—corruption she would soon find herself indulging in.

Emma would have done anything to save herself from the downfall, gone to any length, sacrificed her soul if needed.

What she didn’t realize was that someone else was more desperate to save their own life and that the worst was yet to come.

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E.K. Blair is a New York Times best-selling author. Her books range from thrillers to romance to YA, all of which shine a light on the inner workings of relationships through adversity. She resides in Oklahoma with her husband and two beautiful children. When not writing, you will most likely will find her sipping on a mug of overly-sweet coffee while watching reality television or the latest true crime documentary.

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Life at its simplest is still complicated. 

Reid Bowen is her brother’s best friend and the biggest womanizer on campus. She has no business wanting him.

Sienna Parker is forbidden and the sweetest fruit he can never taste. But if he can’t have her, no one can.

Forced together by a road trip home, it will not only test their patience, but also their resolve to stay away from each other.

Bound by their past, it’s the complicated that changes their lives.

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Complete Me releases July 22

The conclusion of Sienna & Reid’s story!

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Meet Claire Raye

Not only is Claire Raye a really sweet pen name, it’s actually a pen name for two sarcastic best friends who met through their mutual love of reading. After bonding over books (and wine and cheese), Claire and Raye decided to take the plunge and see if they could write a book together and ta dah… The Rockport Beach Series was born! In addition to their shared love of food and dropping an occasional (read: a lot) of f bombs, the writing duo that is Claire Raye like to write about strong sassy females who aren’t afraid to say what’s on their mind and the overprotective men who fall in love with them.

Writing The Rockport Beach Novels was so much fun, even if book two needed a shared vacation, a stolen bottle of champagne and far too much vodka and POG to get it back on track! Both halves of Claire Raye are married and both of their husbands have a cheeky side that gets plenty of airtime in their books. From their smart mouths to their witty one-liners, there’s plenty of material to use for all those alpha males Claire and Raye love to write about.

While Claire and Raye aren’t sure they’ll ever reveal who they really are – there’s just something about your co-workers knowing you write erotic love scenes that makes having a pen name that much easier – they are definitely going to keep on writing. With several more books out since the Rockport Beach Series released, Claire and Raye are constantly chatting new ideas, new plots and of course, their next couple! So stick around, there’s so much exciting stuff to share with you all!

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Title: Evil Unbound: Death’s Mistress Returns

Author: Daniel Grayson

Some sleeping beauties are better off left alone

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A murderous queen long forgotten and trapped outside of time awakes in an unfamiliar world. Her reign of terror was stopped with an unknown magic, but its power has run its course and released her. Driven by a desire for vengeance, her actions were judged to be evil in her past life, but what about today? When the queen finds that modern men are even more deserving of her attention, the world will experience her ‘Evil’ unbound and set loose. How many will die before her reign is finally over?


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Artesans of Albia box set

Cas lives in the lovely county of Hampshire, southern UK, where she was born. On leaving school she trained for two years before qualifying as horse-riding instructor. During this time she also learned to carriage-drive. She spent thirteen years in the British Civil Service before moving to Rome, Italy, where she and her husband, Dave, lived for three years. They enjoy returning whenever they can. Cas supports many animal charities and owns two rescue dogs. She has a large collection of cacti and loves gardening. She is also a folk singer/songwriter and is currently writing and recording nine folk-style songs to accompany each of her fantasy books. You can listen to and download all the songs from her website: 

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Taran Elijah’s quest for knowledge uncovers a plot that threatens the world…

Desperate to learn how to control his innate Artesan powers, Taran embarks on a foolhardy plan to acquire the teaching he craves. The military backlash his action unleashes forces Albia’s High King to send Major Sullyan as an envoy to the Fifth Realm. But a dark and treacherous power is moving through the realms and all will feel its influence.

Captured and tortured by the power-hungry Lord Rykan, Sullyan is trapped in Andaryon. Aided by the unlikeliest sources, the major formulates a plan to defeat Rykan and end his quest for the throne. But Sullyan’s strength is fading fast and time is running out. The only thing that can save her is Rykan’s mysterious Staff, which lies buried in the ruins of Taran’s cellar.

Sullyan’s lover, Robin Tamsen, sets out to recover the artefact, but the enemy is two steps ahead of him. If Robin fails to secure the Staff, Sullyan’s life, the Artesan craft, and the very existence of their world is under threat.

“Cas Peace’s Artesans of Albia trilogy immediately sweeps you away:  the drama starts with King’s Envoy, continues unabated in King’s Champion, and climaxes in King’s Artesan, yet each volume is complete, satisfying.  The Artesan series  propels you into a world so deftly written that you see, feel, touch, and even smell each twist and turn. These nesting novels are evocative, hauntingly real. Smart. Powerful. Compelling. The trilogy teems with finely drawn characters, heroes and villains and societies worth knowing; with stories so organic and yet iconic you know you’ve found another home—in Albia. So start reading now. I, for one, can’t wait to find out what will happen next.

Janet E Morris: Bestselling Author of The Sacred Band of Stepsons seriesthe Dream Dancer series; I, the Sun; Outpassage; The Silistra Quartet;and editor of the Bangsian In Hell seriesFamed contributor to the shared universe fantasy series, Thieves World.

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Top Ten List:

1) Anthing to do with animals, especially dogs and horses. My favorite horse breed is the Friesian, which is why I put one in my novels. I also own two rescue dogs and support many animal charities.
2) Singing, especially folk-style songs. I also sing in my local church choir.
3) Chocolate!!
4) Dragons and (I have to admit!) unicorns. I have collected figurines and statues of dragons and unicorns since I was small and have a vast collection, some of which live outdoors. But I don’t like “twee”, only ones that look like they could be real.
5) Reading, especially fantasy and sci-fi.
6) Country walks.
7)All wildlife, especially butterflies. I used to breed and release UK varieties, and belong to the Butterfly Conservation Society.
8) Did I mention chocolate?
9) Spending time with family members.
10) Playing my bodhran (Irish drum). I can’t read music so decided to take up drumming instead! It’s fun and very theraputic.

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Prometheus Burning by Rachel Radner

Title: Prometheus Burning
Author: Rachel Radner
Genre: Romance
Release Date: June 10, 2020
Cover Design: Radner Designs
A recently divorced woman reconnects with the past in the form of her deceased ex. An ethereal romance commences… one full of hauntings, hope, and love.
He appears to her; nothing more than an apparition. She reaches to touch him. Wonders whether her hand will go right through. But he’s here after fifteen years. She keeps telling herself that must mean something.
Even if Jamie’s no longer in the flesh.
He won’t leave until he saves her. Whatever the hell that means.
Maybe Jamie’s simply another ghost from the past haunting her in the present. She’s not in the business of being saved.
But Jamie? Neither is he.
“Rachel is not afraid to take on hard hitting issues that face many of us today in her writing. You will be rooting and cheering for these two Unforgettable Characters in this novel.” — Jacob Marquez, Reading Corner (Goodreads Review, Five Stars)
“Rachel Radner has made her way into a coveted list of authors for me. Authors who pull such extreme emotions from me that I will remember this book 20 years down the road.” — Cassie Ashford (Goodreads Review, Five Stars)
Chapter One
Fifteen Years Later
“Ocean Breathes Salty” played on the radio above the noise of my cell phone ringing on the bedside table next to it.
I groaned, shifting from my right shoulder and onto my stomach, a pillow smack against my face. My eyelids stuck together as I reached out my arm, clasping the phone. A sharp pain moved down the right side of my back, primarily the shoulder blade area.
Fuck getting old.
“Hello?” I croaked into the phone, trying to ignore the song. Jamie, my ex, popped into my head enough. I didn’t need a song reminding me of him, too.
As my eyes slowly opened, I blinked back the sharp light that spilled in from half-open blinds above the bed frame. On further inspection, I noticed the icicles clinging to the windows had melted away. Leftover from the freak February snow storm we’d had on my “favorite” holiday of all, Valentine’s Day (said me, never). Nothing but damp residual dripped on the outside now.
“Jemma, honey, it’s your mother.” Mom’s upbeat, yet subtextually judgmental tone blasted into my eardrums.
Fuck me.
I pressed the cell against my cheek and rolled onto my back.
“Oh, uh, morning, Ma.” I sounded froggy as hell.
“What’s wrong with your voice?” Mom asked. “Were you still sleeping at this hour?”
The clock on the wall read 9:30 am.
“Uh, yeah, I guess I overslept.” I shrugged. Not that oversleeping was even a thing for me at this point. I never had anywhere to be other than my therapy appointments once a week in the late afternoon.
“Again?” Mom’s clicked her tongue in disapproval, and I could feel her shaking her head from the other end of that receiver. “Is it your anxiety keeping you up at night? I should call Paul. Maybe he can up the Xanax dosage.”
Paul. Or, as I usually called him, Doctor Wiig. Somehow Mom ended up on a first name basis with most of my therapists, though, so I was used to her talking about these doctors like they’d been friends for years.
“No, Ma, I’m fine. Really. Just up late… binging a Netflix show, that’s all.”
She didn’t need to know the truth.
She didn’t need to know the truth.
“Alright, well—” Mom cut off abruptly, and we sat there listening to nothing but white noise. The silence was painful. Eventually, in a deadpan tone, she added, “Hope the show was good.”
We both let out a stifled laugh, and I slid my feet down to the carpet, plopping them against the floor with oomph the same way I added the button to the end of a chapter in one of my books. Adding the button, as I liked to call it, meant that extra oomph before the closing of a scene. Except, unfortunately in this case, Mom was still on the line, and I didn’t even exactly know why she was calling.
I crossed the empty room, scarce of mostly everything. Dave had taken almost all the furniture in the divorce. I stepped over bumps in the rug, seeing the ghostly imprints from a bureau that had been here just a couple of weeks ago. These imprints were all over the room. One next to the bed that had been our side table, and another right next to the bathroom where I headed. Those imprints were from a faux fireplace that also served as the mantle for our LED TV. Dave was now the proud possessor of an entire household set of furniture.
And me? Hell, I had an entire empty two-bedroom house to myself. Woot. Life was really looking up.
My free hand reached for the handle to the bathroom, and I looked back at my IKEA bedframe. The one I’d purchased last week so I had more than a mattress to sleep on. Dave was kind enough to let me keep the mattress.
Like me, the flimsy black frame appeared as if it could snap at any time.
“Jemma? Are you listening? Now I’m really getting concerned.”
“I’m here. Sorry.” I flicked on the light switch in the bathroom and stared into the water-streaked mirror above the sink. A row of lightbulbs over the mirror illuminated my face. Two of the five bulbs needed replacements. Something I’d get around to changing eventually. But the light was enough for me to see my reflection. Specifically, the bags beneath my eyes, in the middle of a puffy, round face.
I read somewhere once that a sign of getting old was looking tired all the time. And these bags just wouldn’t seem to disappear. I guess that meant I should start welcoming the inevitable reality of my impending old age.
Everything about me seemed bland now. Neutral face. Faded green eyes. Mousy-brown hair that stuck to my skin like itchy straw.
I poked a finger beneath my right eye. Strange. It didn’t feel any puffier than it did when I was younger. But something internally was hollower than ever.
“Well, since you don’t seem to be here with me this morning,” Mom said, “I’m simply going to come out and say it.”
“What’s wrong? Who died?” I asked jokingly. Mom called me a lot, yeah, but typically she reserved her random checkups for the afternoon. After I’d slaved over my laptop for hours, banging away on my keyboard, attempting to finalize a manuscript I couldn’t seem to complete. You know, the one my agent had been waiting to receive. The next bestseller. No pressure or anything. I merely had to submit a novel that sold more than the first four.
Yeah, life was real great these days.
Maybe I should take Mom up on that offer to call Dr. Wiig. After all, my love affair with Xanax seemed to be the only one that ever lasted.
“Are you sitting down?” Mom asked.
“I’m not.”
“I think you should be sitting down for this.”
“Uh…” I slowly inched out of the bathroom and found my way back to the bed. Sliding down against the sheets, I asked in a more serious voice, “What is it?”
Mom said the next words as if she were simply giving me a weather report for the day.
“Jamie’s dead.”
“Ocean Breathes Salty” carried me away.
Rachel Radner has been writing since the first grade when her teacher handed her a journal and instructed her to write about her day. Since then she’s continued journalling… though she spends most of her time writing fictional stories. There’s always another idea that comes to her randomly. You should see the notes on her phone. Seriously.
Rachel lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and two furry Golden Retrievers (*cough* children *cough*). When she isn’t writing, she can be seen drinking coffee or tea… and probably watching something geeky on the internet. Or writing Star Wars fanfiction. Oh yeah, and she also has an unhealthy obsession with history and learning languages.
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Sour Grapes by Rachel Goodman

Title: Sour Grapes
Series: Blue Plate #2
Author: Rachel Goodman
Genre: Light Women’s Fiction/Chick Lit
Release Date: June 5, 2020


Uncork this delectable Texas Hill Country romance from the critically acclaimed author of From Scratch, the “smart, sexy, and funny” debut that “piles on the Southern charm” (Publishers Weekly).

Margaret Stokes is bitter. And not in the robust fine wine or tangy dark chocolate kind of way. She just got dumped, is fed up with her job as a glorified party-planner for the rich, and can’t possibly listen to one more veiled insult from her impossible-to-please mother. So she retreats to the comfort of her grandmother’s ramshackle bed and breakfast in Texas wine country, where the wide open vineyards are filled with surprises, from the shockingly delicious Tempranillo to the aggravating yet oh-so-tempting man who makes it.

Ryan Camden’s easy approach to life encourages Margaret to loosen up and have a little fun, despite her better judgment. She resists the urge to micromanage every detail, embracing the welcome distractions of her surroundings and letting their relationship unfold at a natural rhythm. But when a health scare forces Grammy J to give up the B&B, Margaret begins to wonder if Ryan really is the man he promises—and whether the problems she tried so hard to escape ever really went away.

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The night has taken on a dreamy quality, and it feels as if I’m buzzing in a sort of tipsy state that has nothing to do with the wine I’ve consumed and everything to do with my renewed sense of confidence.
Ryan is staring at me with an expression I can’t quite read. It’s part contemplative, part desire, part something else. I wait for him to speak, but he remains quiet.
As I start moving toward his SUV, he grabs my hand and draws me around to face him. We’re standing so close I can smell the remnants of his aftershave and feel his breath on my forehead. Ryan brushes an errant strand of hair away from my cheek, his callused thumb ghosting over the sensitive spot below my ear. I swallow, my chest tight, as though there isn’t enough space for my heart to fit inside my rib cage.
Ryan slides his hand around to cradle the back of my head, while the other travels down and settles on the curve of my hip. “If I kiss you again, is there going to be a jail cell on the other end of it?”
“Only one way to find out,” I say with a breathless laugh.
He pulls me flush against him, and then his lips are on mine. An electric jolt shoots through me as the pressure of his mouth changes from tender and coaxing to needy and demanding.
And I’m right there with him, matching everything he’s giving. My palms skate over his broad shoulders and arms, his shirtsleeves stretched over the hard muscle beneath. He tastes like the chocolate cake we shared for dessert. Like something I could eat every day for the rest of my life.
I weave my fingers into the soft hair that curls slightly at the nape of his neck, tugging gently at the roots. Ryan lets out a sexy grunt that I want to hear over and over again. He lifts me off the ground, and I hook my legs around his waist. He steps backward until I’m pressed against his car. With the dark surrounding us, it feels as if we can do anything and not get caught. A rush of heat shoots through me at the idea. I reach for the buttons on his—
Sudden loud barking makes us jump apart, our chests heaving.
I sway a bit before regaining my balance. I glance at Ryan, who looks as disoriented as I feel. Sticking her head out the open window, Bordeaux paws at the inner door handle. Ryan pushes on her nose and mutters what sounds like, “Great timing.” Snorting, Bordeaux ducks back inside and drinks from the water bowl on the floor mat. Ryan turns to me, rubbing a frustrated hand down his face. “She’s a resource guarder, and I’m her favorite toy.”
I let out a shaky laugh, my whole body vibrating with pent-up energy. “Or maybe she’s warning us that we’re about to have an audience,” I say, gesturing to the hostesses emerging from the side entrance of the restaurant. They walk around the building to the service lot.
Ryan’s expression morphs from slightly irritated to focused and determined. He leans in close to me, his lips grazing the hint of collarbone peeking out from beneath my shirt. Air catches in my lungs and my skin prickles, but I force myself not to fidget, not to move for fear I may collapse right here on the gravel. Skimming his mouth up my neck, his breath stirring wisps of my hair, he whispers in my ear, “What happened to living recklessly?”
My brain is a fog, so I only manage to blurt, “Show me.”
A devastatingly wicked grin spreads across his face. “Follow me.”

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Rachel Goodman is the critically acclaimed author of the Blue Plate and How to Score series. She was raised in Colorado on Roald Dahl books and her mother’s award-worthy cooking. Now an engineering professor at her alma mater, Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, she has not lost her passion for culinary discovery or a well-told story. A member of RWA, she continues to hone her craft through the Writer’s Path at SMU while seeking to create the perfect macaroni and cheese recipe. Follow her on Twitter (@mojitomaven), Instagram (@mojitomaven), and Facebook (@RachelGoodmanBooks), or visit her website at

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Undeniably by Cala Riley

Title: Undeniably
Series: Brighton Academy #3
Author: Cala Riley
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: June 10, 2020


There was only one woman in the world who had the power to destroy me.
Morgan Wright.
I never thought I would see her again. Then she showed back up out of the blue, weaseling her way back into my life.

Keaton Yates is everything I hate. Two years ago, we were best friends.
Until he did the unthinkable and broke my heart. Moving back means being back on Keaton’s turf. Am I strong enough to survive a second time?

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“I can’t believe we just did that,” she whispers against my chest.
“Oh, come on, like you never saw that happening. You even admitted to having a crush on me when we were younger.” I chuckle.
“Fine, you’re right.”
“Can you say that again?” I tease.
“Ugh.” Morgan pushes on my chest. “You’re ridiculous.” 
I lean in and kiss her softly. “You have no idea.” I kiss her again as my bedroom door flies open.
“He…Holy shit! Fuck! I just saw your fucking ass!” Sage screeches.

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Cala Riley, better known as Cala and Riley, are a pair of friends with a deep seated love of books and writing. Both Cala and Riley are happily married and each have children, Cala with the four-legged kind while Riley has a mixture of both two-legged and four. While they live apart, that does not affect their connection. They are the true definition of family. What started as an idea that quickly turned into a full-length book and a bond that will never end. 

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