My name might be Alice, and this sure as hell isn’t wonderland, but everyone is definitely a little mad here.
My life is a series of near misses. Or, at least, it was. But the man who saved me at the bar from a guy who definitely didn’t have the best intentions, might have even worse ones.
And so do his friends. Knowing who my father is, I know better than to talk to strangers, and it’s just my luck that my four knights in shining armor have their own vendetta against him.
The next thing I know, I’m a damsel in distress—a pawn in their game against my father because I’m his one weak link. But the longer I stay on this little island of misfit toys, the more things start to become clear, and the people I thought were heroes might very well be the villains in my story.
Then again, I always did think Wendy might love Hook more, and that the Beauty wanted her Beast, that Ariel deserved a bit of revenge. And, last but not least, that Hades—the King—absolutely deserved his queen.
The Sins That Find Us is the first book in a MFMMM, modern fractured fairy tale trilogy that tells the story of how heroes and villains might not always be what they seem. It features MF, MMF, and MM scenes, and ends on a cliffhanger.
Sins That Find Us: A Dark Mafia Romance (Madly Ever After Book 1) by E.M. Lindsey- $.99 for a limited time.
She’s his forbidden fantasy. His oldest brother’s ex. And she’s the sunshiny friend who wants a baby of her own.
My forbidden fantasy. My older brother’s ex.
The star of all my teenage dreams.
Sunny. An apt name for the friend I’ve crushed on my entire life.
A one-sided crush. A secret I plan to take to my grave. Until she shares with me a secret of her own.
And I get a crazy idea.
At first, it might seem like a bad idea, but with greater consideration, it becomes the best idea I’ve ever had.
The once gangly, awkward baby brother has grown into a handsome, drool-worthy hotshot surgeon.
Of course, he’s totally off-limits.
His older brother was my first love, something our small town, and his family, will never forget.
But then a funny thing happens. I visit him in Houston, which is three hours by car but light years from the past.
Blame it on forty, but I step outside my comfort zone and go for all my dreams.
Ian’s crazy idea has me laughing, hard. But with one smoldering kiss, he becomes a temptation I don’t want to turn down.
The agreement is to keep it secret, simple, and sunny. Everything’s breezy…until it rains.
Always Sunny is a forbidden, older woman, younger man, friends-to-lovers, spicy romance between a young doctor and his oldest brother’s ex.
Always Sunny is a standalone romance and is not part of a series, although characters from Trust Me (Sam Duke) and How to Survive a Fling (Oliver Duke) are in this novel. No other books need to be read to enjoy Always Sunny.
*Trigger Warning: Themes of high-risk, pregnancy issues.
Always Sunny by Isabel Jolie- $.99 for a limited time.
Parent. Work. Football. That’s my life summed up in three words.
Sure, I used to be a pro NFL baller, but now I’m perfectly content with a quiet life in my small hometown of Peachtree Grove, Georgia.
That is until Bree, a beautiful blonde dating expert, gets tackled at my Pee Wee football practice, knocking me off my game. I swore I’d never get involved again after my messy divorce left me reeling, but one date with Bree and I’m dropping all my hesitations—along with my jersey.
Now she has me rethinking my plays.
But will the tabloids, my ex, and Bree’s complicated past keep us in the friendzone?
Rushing Into Love: A small-town sports romance (Peachtree Grove Series Book 1) by Kara Kendrick- $.99 for a limited time.
“If you think life is better than fiction, then you haven’t read Alexa Martin’s fiction.”—NPR
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Love isn’t always by the book in this charming romantic comedy about a bookseller discovering how to be the main character in her story.
As a self-proclaimed book hater and a firm believer that the movie is always better, Drew Young didn’t anticipate inheriting her grandma’s bookstore, the Book Nook. She’s in way over her head even before the shop’s resident book club, comprising seven of the naughtiest old ladies ever, begin to do what they do best—meddle.
Bestselling author Jasper Williams is a hopeless romantic. When he meets Drew at his Book Nook signing event, he becomes determined to show her the beauty of reading. He curates a book bucket list in exchange for her help exploring the local Denver scene for his current manuscript. From going river rafting to trying local restaurants, Drew begins to connect with Jasper in a way she only thought happened in fiction.
When messy family ties jeopardize the future of the Book Nook, Drew is caught between a bookshelf and a hard place. She’s reminded that real life isn’t always big dreams and sweeping romance. But Jasper is the plot twist she never saw coming and he’s writing a happily ever after just for them.
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From the delightfully debonair to the devilishly dangerous, these dashing dukes can’t help but command your attention. And let’s not forget the real stars here—the dazzling, damsel-not-in-distress heroines who don’t need a title to rule. These are ladies of wit, grit, and not a little bit of mischief.
Every one of these novellas has a duke for its leading man. They’re haughty, they’re naughty, and they’ve got estates large enough to lose a spouse in. But beneath their stony aristocratic exteriors, beat hearts ready for passion… and the right touch of scandal.
Dive into the pages of “I Like Big Dukes and I Cannot Lie,” where the tea is strong, the dukes are stronger, and the heroines are an irresistible force of nature. After all, you know what they say— the duke-ier, the merrier!
I Like Big Dukes and I Cannot Lie Anthology- $.99 for a limited time.