2021 New Releases
Meet me under the mistletoe…
In this limited edition Christmas romance collection love blooms underneath the mistletoe as secret admirers finally confess their love and secret santas make holiday wishes of the heart come true.
Get into the Christmas spirit by diving into these stories where anything can happen through the magic of Christmas—and love.
I live to perform and thrive under the center-stage spotlight. That is, I did, until I met Adam and all my swagger went to hell. I thought playing a gay man in my friend’s student film would be just another role and my rep as a ladies’ man would hold steady. But when Adam’s lips touched mine, all the confusion I’d been running from for years bubbled up to the surface. We connected… on every level.
Dax drew me to him the instant we met, and I hate him for it. After my last fiasco of a relationship, I swore off bisexual men forever. Yes, including one-night stands. But that first on-screen kiss started me dreaming of a life with Dax off-screen. I don’t know if my heart can take another betrayal, but the rest of me is prepared to take the risk.
In this multi-author new adult steamy contemporary romance series set on a college campus in New England, twelve couples will fall in love at first kiss.
Open Door Love Story Series
He stole her lipstick… and her heart.
Twenty-year-old Dani Walker can’t believe her luck when she’s paired up with the gorgeous Liam Garrett as her Acting I scene partner—or when he ends up in her bed. Being a Plain Jane with a mouth on her hasn’t exactly served Dani well in the guy department. In fact, she’s had nothing but one-night stands. Still, she lets go of her insecurities and falls for Liam, despite feeling like he’s holding something back.
When Dani finally discovers Liam’s secret, she must learn the true meaning of accepting the ones we love for who they are, or risk losing the best thing that’s ever happened to her.
She was drowning, and he was the only one who could save her.
Brynn Garrett is unsure about a lot of things. Was taking a year off between high school and college to learn the family dry cleaning business a smart move or a stall tactic? Is she maintaining a long distance relationship with her boyfriend Andy because she loves him or out of habit? And will her family of four ever be in the same room again since her older brother Liam broke their mother’s heart by simply following his own.
What she does know is that ever since Gabe Riley rolled into her life with his beautiful smile and his easy confidence, Brynn is seeing herself less as a lost little girl and more as an independent woman who goes after what she wants.
And what she wants is Gabe.
She followed his lead every step of the way.
Love has to be about more than drunk hook-ups and kissing in the rain… right?
After many failed attempts at rehab, Izzy Sundall moves to Oregon from Idaho to live with her aunt and uncle and work at their dog kennel. Fed up with disappointing her family, Izzy vows to never take another drink or sleep with another guy who doesn’t value her. Well, she vows to try.
When she meets Duncan Fieri—a clean-cut CrossFit Coach and former dog handler with the military police—Izzy is sure a good guy like him won’t look twice at a bad girl like her. But he does look at her. Duncan has been where Izzy’s at and he thinks they can help each other navigate the tricky landscape of addiction and falling in love.
That is until Izzy screws up because that’s what she does. But maybe this time she’ll find the strength to love herself enough to let Duncan love her too.
When scars heal over, they trap the pain under your skin.
Nothing bad or interesting ever happens to Elizabeth. She’s the rock all of her friends count on and come to for advice—especially her best friend and roommate, Dani.
So, when Elizabeth’s fiancé Alex dumps her and she gets into a horrible car accident on the very same day, she’s not emotionally equipped to face her bleak future, much less heal the scars on her heart.
Dani suggests Elizabeth should have a fling with Wade, the hot firefighter who pulled her from her burning car.
But she could never… could she?
Too soon. Too risky. Too out of character.
Fabiana Rivas doesn’t have time for love. She’s already got more on her plate than she can handle with the long hours she works as a cooking instructor, caring for her aging mother and autistic son, and dealing with her self-absorbed celebrity chef ex-husband. But when a handsome firefighter flirts with her in the grocery store and then shows up to her cooking class, eager to learn, Fabiana considers that there is always room for dessert.
James Howland is newly divorced and burned out on love. He’s not even sure if he wants to stay in New York City – a place he moved to for his ex-wife’s career, taking him away from his work as a hotshot firefighter in Oregon. But when he meets a lovely woman at the grocery store and sparks fly, James can’t help but want to stoke the fire.
Fabiana and James discover that together they can turn up the heat without getting burned.
Annie Ha and Robert Fong are the best of friends. Next door neighbors since birth and roomies during their teen years they’ve helped each other navigate love, loss, and life.
When Robert’s grandmother, Lily, who raised both Robert and Annie, suffers a massive heart attack, they’re lucky to be holding her hands as she nears death. Her final wish is to see them engaged to be married. She knows they’re meant to be and wants them to spend the rest of their lives making each other as happy as her late husband made her.
Despite a couple of minor issues holding them back – Robert is gay and Annie is deep in unrequited love with another man – Robert hastily proposes and puts his grandmother’s wedding ring on Annie’s finger. It’s the least they can do for the woman who has given so much to them. Besides, they won’t actually have to go through with the wedding. The secret Robert has been terrified of telling his traditional grandmother will remain a secret.
When Lily pulls through and takes charge of the wedding plans, Annie and Robert continue the ruse, unable to risk doing further damage to her heart even though both of theirs are hurting.
It will take a love stronger than family to break up this wedding arrangement.