Day: September 24, 2021

One Eye by K.L. Savage

Title: One Eye Series: Ruthless Kings MC: Atlantic City #3 Author: K.L. Savage Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense/Organized Crime Cover Design: Lori Jackson Photo: Wander Aguiar Release Date: October 15, 2021 BLURB I had her and I lost her. That’s what pain and fear does to someone; they make someone run. And Alicia ran far… Taking my heart with her. We…

Resting Beach Face by Melanie Summers

Resting Beach FaceMelanie Summers(Paradise Bay, #4)Publication date: September 16th 2021Genres: Adult, Comedy, Contemporary, Romance My favorite voice in the romantic comedy genre—clever, modern, and laugh-out-loud funny.” ~ New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Layne Sweet, Sexy. Compelling. …a hilarious romantic comedy that will keep readers happily turning the pages.” ~ Chick Lit Café Melanie Summers welcomes you back to Paradise…

The Den of Sin by Eva Winners

Title: The Den of Sin Author: Eva Winners Genre: Russian Mafia Halloween Romance Cover Design: EVE Graphic Design Release Date: October 29, 2021 BLURB Vasili Nikolaev. Dangerous. Deadly. And most of all, devastating. He’s the king of New Orleans. Ruler of the Russian mafia and my best friend’s oldest, mouthwatering brother. On Halloween night my last year in college, I gave…

Until Love by May Gordon

Title: Until Love A Happily Ever Alpha World Novel Author: May Gordon Publisher: Boom Factory Publishing, LLC Genre: Contemporary Romance Cover Design: RBA Designs & May Gordon Release Date: October 1, 2021 BLURB Robert: My life has been a rollercoaster ride, consisting of both wonderful and horrifying moments. I was a child when Nico found me, resulting in my adoption by…

Claire’s Lobster by Taylor K. Scott

Title: Claire’s Lobster Author: Taylor K. Scott Genre: Romantic Comedy Novella Release Date: September 20, 2021 BLURB A cheeky, age-gap, romantic comedy novella! Edie They say your twenties are a time of wild self-discovery, to blow caution to the wind and try everything; to figure out who you are and what you want. Alas, my first attempts to ‘blow caution’…