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I Think Knot by Sinclair Kelly


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About I Think Knot

No. Nope. Knot going to happen.

I may be an omega, but I’ve got dreams and goals of my own, and none of them include shacking up with a pack of raging alphas just because biology says I have to. Sure, that time will come and I’ll welcome it with open arms, but for now, I’m doing me.

I’ve managed to make a name for myself on the PackChat App, unintentionally starting a movement that has earned me millions of followers, along with plenty of enemies. Namely, a rival group known as RideAnAlpha. They drive me crazy with their constant lewd and rude comments, and, admittedly, their thirst traps showing off their hot bodies and abs for days. What? I’m in self-isolation, not dead, after all. They’re the bane of my existence, but I’m a pro at being oblivious.

As my birthday looms, my bestie convinces me to attend a major influencer conference where my rivals and I are keynote speakers. I’m determined to prove the real Bexley Carter is not the evil omega they portray me as. I’ll get in, get out, and stay just long enough to figuratively give them the finger…or maybe literally, time will tell. No thoughts of claiming or bonds or heats since, you know, they hate me and all. I should be safe, right?

Because…I think knot!

I Think Knot is book one in the Knot Yours Omegaverse, a series of fast-burn reverse harem romance standalones. Each book will end in an HEA and lead into the next book with a new reluctant omega and her own possessive, purring alphas.

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Meet Sinclair Kelly

Sinclair Kelly is a paranormal & contemporary romance author who writes to give all of the feral characters in her head a voice. She’s fluent in sarcasm and dry humor. She lives in sunny Arizona with her loving husband, three adorably exhausting kids, a cranky old chihuahua named Sam, and a feisty Australian shepherd puppy named Havoc. She loves reading, writing, coffee, vodka, tattoos, wine, donuts, broody asshole book boyfriends, badass FMCs, sangria, and all of the friendships she’s made since she began her writing journey.

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Memories of Fire by H.R.Savage


Memories of Fire by H.R. Savage is coming March 29th!

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About Memories of Fire

Earth buckled under the weight of the anger of a few abandoned Gods.


The Greek Gods were something from history books as fiction. However the beings that abandoned Olympus and caused mass destruction across Earth were very much real. I’ve done everything I can to survive away from their reign.

Until her.

A flash of red hair and a lost, confused gaze and I was sucked into a black hole of heated desire and a need to protect.

Yet she could destroy me in a way that even the Gods couldn’t.





That’s all I felt as I opened my eyes without an idea of who I was. Knox’s no bullshit attitude challenged me to be more than an unknown. I was determined to make sure that “Callie” was not just the beaten girl lost in the desert.

Until my memories reveal more than what broke me…but how I could break them.


Meet H.R. Savage

H.R. Savage started reading romance at an age that made her father cringe as she tried to hide the cover behind her hands. Due to the encouragement of her English teachers at her small town school in La Verne, California, her love for the art of writing only grew and blossomed. Now a woman who swears by the power of coffee, Chinese food, and wine (not necessarily in that order), she decided it was time to create stories from the characters in her head.

When she isn’t writing, outlining, or pinning pictures of hot ‘character inspirations’ on Pinterest™, she is spending time with her three beautiful children and handsome hubby at their home in Southern California.

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Winter Masquerade

Title: Winter Masquerade

Author: Kevin Klehr

Narrated by: Jon Bolitho-Jones

Publisher: NineStar Press

Original Release Date: January 20, 2020

Heat Level: 2 – Fade to Black Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 32800

Genre: Fantasy, LGBT, Romance, fantasy, gay, party, musicians, mythical creatures, trial, judge, alternative universe

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Ferris wakes on the Sea Queen, an enchanted cruise ship sailing on a chocolate sea. He has no idea how he got here, but he desperately wants to go home to his boyfriend. The alchemist is the only person who can help Ferris, but he’s been kidnapped. The ransom is high tea with scones and jam. Meanwhile, the passengers are gearing up for the Winter Masquerade, a ball where love and magic reign. With a murderous musician, an absent boyfriend, and a mystical party, Ferris soon learns that Wednesday is not the day to fall in love.


Winter Masquerade Kevin Klehr © 2020 All Rights Reserved Pitch black. Then candlelight. One lonely flame lit the face of a plump-faced man in a robe. “How did I get here?” I asked. “That’s not important right now,” the monk replied. “It’s where you’re going.” He reached for a journal, which sat on the stool to his right, and set the candle in its place. He flipped several pages and held it to the flame. “Are you fond of voyages?” I shook like nervous prey. “I really need to know how I got here.” “You’re a troubled man in need of rest and recreation. And a healthy dose of self-reflection.” “But—” “I wish you’d stop asking questions. You’ve never bothered listening to those who’ve responded.” Harmonious chants filled the silence. These men’s voices calmed me, even though a dozen questions still needed answering. Another light appeared coming from a round window. I shuffled toward it. There I was in the dark on the other side. I lay sleeping.

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Kevin lives with his husband, Warren, in their humble apartment (affectionately named Sabrina), in Australia’s own ‘Emerald City,’ Sydney. His tall tales explore unrequited love in the theatre district of the Afterlife, romance between a dreamer and a realist, and a dystopian city addicted to social media. His first novel, Drama Queens with Love Scenes, spawned a secondary character named Guy. Many readers argue that Guy, the insecure gay angel, is the star of the Actors and Angels book series. His popularity surprised the author. The third in this series, Drama Queens and Devilish Schemes, scored a Rainbow Award (judged by fans of queer fiction) for Best Gay Alternative Universe/Reality novel. So, with his fictional guardian angel guiding him, Kevin hopes to bring more whimsical tales of love, life and friendship to his readers.

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Charming Phoenix by Kristine Allen

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Author: Kristine Allen

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I’m Keagan “Phoenix” O’Brien—loyal member of the Ankeny RBMC. With the secrets we keep, I fit right in. All I need is my club. Everyone else can bite me.

A bad breakup left my life trashed, literally. It made sense to escape and leave all the BS behind on an out-of-town mission.

I should’ve stayed home.

Not only did I meet the right chick at the wrong time, but she had more secrets than we do. After a couple of psychos tried to kill her mother, they went after her, catching me and my brothers in the crossfire. As the only able man, it became my job to keep her alive.

Now I’m running for my damn life with my new sidekick in tow. I’m not supposed to touch her, but I’m gonna lose that battle. Because she’s hotter than hell and I love playing with fire.

My name is Phoenix, and this is my story.

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The New Eugenics

Modifying Biological Life in the Twenty-First Century


Non-fiction, Science, Biology, Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, Medical

Published: May 2021

Publisher: Archway Publishing

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Genetic engineering, although used with good intentions in many cases, upsets the balance of nature in unknown ways. The author considers whether genetic engineering used today to prevent and repair ‘defects’ in all humans (the new eugenics) will exacerbate social injustices and/or lead to a public safety issue.

For instance:

1. In 2012, virologists in the U.S. and the Netherlands genetically engineered avian (bird) flu to be more transmissible between mammals. These scientists argued that virus transmission between mammals enables them to make vaccines to prevent pandemics.

2. In vitro fertilization is being combined with preimplantation genetic diagnosis to design babies (i.e., eye color, larger muscles, height, intelligence, etc.).

3. Scientists have enabled pigs to be organ farms for humans using genetic editing.

If this engineered flu virus accidentally got out of the laboratory (remember, we humans are mammals), it could have caused a pandemic similar to COVID-19. Will designer babies, as they mature, feel a sense of superiority and/or pass on mutations with disadvantageous effects to future generations? Should we ignore the risk of zoonotic (animal) diseases for the potential benefits of reducing the shortage of organs? Increasingly, scientists believe improving the health and safety of humankind justifies the risk of playing God. Scientific advancement, if not guided responsibly and with public input, can be detrimental to public safety.

Join the author as he considers whether scientists are playing God as well as the risks we face by altering genetics in The New Eugenics.


Praise for The New Eugenics:

“The New Eugenics: Modifying Biological Life in the 21st Century by Conrad B. Quintyn is a non-fiction science book that takes a deep look into the ethics of gene manipulation and its implementation across a broad range of fronts…I believe the middle ground is covered well by Quintyn when he writes, “Technology should be used to help solve problems, as long as humans do not become slaves to it.”” Jamie Michele of Readers’Favorite

“In The New Eugenics: Modifying Biological Life in the 21st Century, Dr. Conrad B. Quintyn builds a discussion on how eugenics is being used in the twenty-first century, and along with it are the moral implications and socio-political debates that it faces…Quintyn also shows us the lessons of history and even literary works of fiction on the wrongs of the past and the folly of misguided and unregulated experiments.” Vincent Dublado, freelance journalist and editorial assistant of The Diplomat digital magazine (

“This survey of the present and future of genetic engineering sounds a powerful, persuasive alarm to science-minded readers.” BookLife

“In this book, the author considers the ethical implications of new eugenics and asks the question: What are the limits of genetic engineering and how do we know when and where to draw the line.” Christian Sia of Readers’Favorite

“An impressively thorough survey of the development of biotechnology and the potential dangers it poses.” Kirkus Reviews





Chapter 7

Crossing the Rubicon: Therapy versus Elective Enhancement


pp. 158-161

In this age of light speed advances in biotechnology, particularly genetic engineering, some bioethicists have recalled Nazi doctors and the singular nature of the Nazi “medicine” that they practiced. But many scholars have also invoked horror stories and their fictional characters, such as Frankenstein and his monster or Dr. Moreau and his half-human/half-animal creatures, like yellow traffic lights indicating caution. They also want to emphasize to the public the dangers posed by misguided or unregulated experiments or technology. A good approach is that taken by British science writer Jon Turney, who framed the problem so that everyone can make sense of their relationship with technology: “My premise is that fictional representations matter, that the science and technology we ultimately see are partly shaped by the images of the work which exist outside the confines of the laboratory report or the scientific paper.”[i] Put simply, science does not occur in a vacuum; it interacts with the greater culture, both shaping and being shaped by public perceptions.

In Frankenstein, British author Mary Shelley told the story of young medical student Victor Frankenstein, who is obsessed with uncovering the “elixir of life.”[ii] Sharing his unfortunate story with Mr. Walton, captain of the ship that has rescued him from the Arctic ice, Frankenstein remarks:


Life and death appeared to me ideal bounds, which I should first break through, and pour a torrent of light into our dark world. … Pursuing these reflections, I thought, that if I could bestow animation upon lifeless matter, I might in the process of time … renew life where death had apparently devoted the body to corruption.[iii]

Prior to this time, to test his hypothesis, Frankenstein constructs a human body from parts of dismembered corpses and animates it with electricity using lightning. On seeing the corpse come to life, Frankenstein is horrified. Regretting his mistake—“the wretch—the miserable monster whom I had created”— Frankenstein runs away, rejecting his creation.[iv] Obviously, Shelley was knowledgeable of the new science of the Enlightenment. And her complex narrative could have been a caution to scientists that they had a moral responsibility to use their science to do no harm and not violate nature. Essentially, she believed that scientists should not use their knowledge to play God.

Another British author, H. G. Wells, told a story with similar philosophical themes, including moral responsibility and violation of nature.7 Wells told the story—through his protagonist Edward Prendick—of the obsessed, immoral, formerly eminent British physiologist Dr. Moreau whose gruesome experiments in gross anatomy (known as vivisection in pre-twentieth-century literature) are publicly exposed.8 As a result, Moreau is forced to flee to an island in the South Pacific. Prendick survives a shipwreck and is rescued by, and becomes a guest of, the captain of a ship. He is subsequently transported to “the island” and, in turn, becomes a reluctant guest of Mr. Montgomery, Moreau’s assistant.9 Wandering alone on the island, Prendick is shocked when he encounters half-human/half-animal creatures. Eventually, he surmises that Moreau has been performing painful experiments, based on the loud cries he frequently hears coming from Moreau’s laboratory.10 Later, he learns that Moreau has performed experiments to convert humans to animals. However, Moreau makes a point of correcting Prendick, expressing the fact that he (Moreau) has been striving to make a complete transformation of animal to human.11

It is probably not fair to equate these science fiction novels and their flawed characters with modern scientists. As stressed throughout this book, most scientists are honorable men and women working very hard to help humankind and obtain some fame and fortune in the process. But it is interesting that, initially, Frankenstein (like modern scientists) has honorable intentions: “I entered with the greatest diligence into the search of the philosopher’s stone and the elixir of life. But the latter obtained my most undivided attention … but what glory would attend the discovery, if I could banish disease from the human frame, and render man invulnerable to any but a violent death!”12 (italics added). And Dr. Moreau, driven by the successes in the final stage of his research, believes that the pain he has inflicted has been insignificant to the final goal: the benefits of the work outweigh the risks.13 These attitudes are common among scientists, and in countries where regulation is lax, some of these scientists might be tempted to cross the line.

There are many therapeutic treatments in medicine, some of which are available to healthy individuals as elective enhancements. As such, the concern is for therapeutic and nontherapeutic enhancements that impact animal and human physiology or genetics. These enhancements, as discussed at the beginning of this book, usher in a new type of eugenics. Ultimately, the concern here is any research (e.g., animal-human hybrids, chimeras, xenotransplantation, organic bioelectronics, gene editing, gene therapy, or complex chemicals that alter body physiology) that crosses the boundary into the realm of the unknown, invoking the monsters of Frankenstein and Moreau and leading to the questioning of human identity.

The mixing of human and animal genetic material has a long history in biology.14 For instance, the fusion of human and animal cells to create somatic cell hybrids was a technique first used in the 1970s and 1980s to illuminate the interactions between nuclear and mitochondrial genomes. At about the same time, the United Kingdom’s HFEA licensed the transfer of human sperm to hamster eggs, thus creating a hybrid, as a diagnostic test for the quality of human sperm.15 Today, scientists argue that the hostility of the public toward embryo destruction, coupled with the decreasing availability of human eggs, has compelled them to find alternative means, such as interspecies cloning (merging human somatic cells with eggs from other species or transplanting human iPSCs in animal embryos to advance studies in regenerative medicine).16

About the Author

 Conrad B. Quintyn is an associate professor of biological anthropology at Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. He earned a B.A. from Baylor University and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He taught at Iowa State University and SUNY Oswego. He was a biological anthropologist for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency located on Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, Hawaii. His interests include forensic anthropology, worldwide postcranial variation, evolutionary biology, genetic engineering, medical genetics, the problem of species, and the evolution of human diseases. 


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The Gecko Without an Echo


Children’s Book

Date Published: February 2022

Publisher: Bannerman Books

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Did you know that rhyming helps babies and children learn about words, sounds and language formation?

The Gecko Without an Echo is the perfect rhyming book for kids – teaching them about love and friendship. Earl the Squirrel and Tim the Gecko are best friends living in a tree by the bay.

Find out how Tim discovered that when you need someone to listen, all you need to do is reach out to those who love and surround you.


About the Author

Cheryl Denise Bannerman is an award-winning, multi-genre author of eight published works of fiction – from murder mysteries to a recent children’s book about friendship.

She is the winner of the 2018 Book Excellence Award for her book of poetry, Words Never Spoken, winner of the Best Books Awards in the category of African American fiction in 2020 for Black Child to Black Woman, and 2021 Readers’ Favorite Honorable Mention in the Fiction – Urban genre for Black Child to Black Woman. She is also a Semi-Finalist in the MLC Audiobook Awards with a 2020 IMDb Nomination for Book 1 of the Anna Romano Mystery Series, Cats, Cannolis, and a Curious Kidnapping.

When she is not working from her home office on her virtual Training and Development business, she is at the beach watching the waves and weaving the words together for her next novel.

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Finding Luck Again

Title: Finding Luck Again

Series: Get Lucky

Author: Ember Davis

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

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A sunbeam to warm you, good luck to charm you. A sheltering angel, so nothing can harm you. Laughter to cheer you, faithful friends near you…


Grandmother’s Irish blessing might be part of my roots, but I lost my luck along the way. I’m not even sure when it happened, but I know nothing has worked to get it back. Nothing has worked in my life for a long time and I’m sick of it.

I don’t know where the inspiration comes from, but something is telling me to go to Ireland in search of my history and the memories of my grandparents. If I find a little luck while I do it, all the better.

I should have known my brother, Duncan, was going to get involved. I can’t say I’m mad at him for sending Doyle to keep an eye on me. I probably need it. Causing an international incident isn’t exactly on my agenda.

I go to Ireland in search of my roots and something, anything, to change the tide of my life. I can’t help but wonder if I was looking for Doyle all along. I’m not sure if I’m lucky enough to keep him, but I hope I am.

When I get a call about an old friend’s sister traveling by herself on some quest of self-discovery, or whatever reason she has for visiting Ireland, I am hesitant to agree to keeping an eye on her. I might grumble about it, but even if I didn’t owe Duncan one, I’d do this for him. How hard could it be?

I should have asked more questions. Finley is a disaster on two legs. I’m a little worried she’ll be the death of me, us, and maybe the whole rock we live on.

The thing is, she’s also the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen. And she’s mine. All mine.

She’s looking for her history and some luck; I’ll help her find everything she thinks she wants. I’ll also give her everything she doesn’t realize she needs—a future with me filled with so much joy and love not even a little streak of unluckiness will touch it. I won’t let it.

**18+. If you like alpha heroes and an insta-love story that is sweet and spicy but isn’t necessarily simple, then this is for you. No cheating with a guaranteed HEA. It is a standalone but is related to my Denver Family series (Banks Ink., Suburban Outcasts and Higgins Security). Finley is Duncan’s sister from Forever His Family (Higgins Security Book 4).**

Join ten of your favorite romance authors as we celebrate green rivers, green beer, and gold coins. Whether they meet at a parade, pub crawl, or on the Emerald Isle itself, our heroes and heroines will find themselves getting lucky this March.

Each short and steamy story promises a happily ever-after, with plenty of shamrocks and pots of gold waiting at the end of the rainbow.

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Ember Davis loves alpha heroes with a range of emotions, but a strong sense of how to take care of their women.  She loves her heroines from all walks of life, just like her heroes, and she wants them to be real and relatable.  Her heroines tend to be sassy, opinionated and smart.

Ember is a stay at home mom of two who recently refound her love of books and all things romance and is so glad that she did.  She’s always been creative but writing and creating stories that she would love to read that satisfies the dreams she had as a little girl.  She loves butterflies, the color purple and enjoying time with her family. 

Pssst…it’s totally a pen name, but everything above is 100% true.


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Keys To Paradise

Title: Keys To Paradise

Series: A Paradise Key Standalone

Author: Macy Butler

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

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Simon would rather be anywhere but London in winter—anywhere except a wedding, that is.
It’s hard to celebrate love when you don’t believe in it.
But it was his best mate, and he was best man. Bonus it was on an exclusive private island in the Florida Keys.

Delaney isn’t sure how she landed the Executive Chef position at Paradise Key in the first place.
Catering the resort’s inaugural wedding was the ultimate test.
And fooling around with the best man is a surefire way to ruin the opportunity of a lifetime.



Macy is a foul-mouthed tennis addict who loves to write about sassy heroines and the heroes that win their hearts from her home in the Florida Keys. Her passion is taking readers deep into the experience of paradise that she is privileged to live.


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Lucky Ducky

Title: Lucky Ducky 

Series: Get Lucky 

Author: Kameron Claire 

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

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What happens when you stumble back to your room after a night out at the pub to find someone sleeping in your bed?
He’s an unemployed tour guide.
She’s on her dream vacation.
What starts as a disaster turns into the adventure of their lifetime, but what happens when the trip is over and they have an ocean between them?


Join nine of your favorite romance authors as we celebrate green rivers, green beer, and gold coins. Whether they meet at a parade, pub crawl, or on the emerald isle itself, our heroes and heroines will find themselves Getting Lucky this March.
Each Short and Steamy story promises a Happily Ever-After with plenty of Shamrocks and Pots of Gold waiting at the end of the Rainbow.


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USA Today Bestselling Author Kameron Claire loves building worlds where heroes and heroines push, pull, and fight their way to the love and happiness they deserve. She writes full length and short, steamy romance with an emphasis on strong female characters—often in male-dominated roles—and the alpha men who know how to love and support kick-ass, take-charge women.

While she may not need him to save her, she wants him to love, support, and most of all, RAVISH her.