Desired by many.
Longing for one.
As the last royal arctic female, shifters across the country are sniffing for the chance to be the lucky male mated to Faith. A bond with her would elevate her chosen to the Royal pack, allowing them to tap into unimaginable power.
But Faith’s heart has already been claimed.
Hidden among the Great Plains pack, she finds the missing piece of her soul in Tate. But this love comes with a fatal risk. If their feelings are discovered, a price will be put on Tate’s head. At the next full moon, their bond can be fulfilled. Until then, they wait…
Little do they know, Killian Vilkas is preparing to manipulate matters to further his own twisted agenda. Orchestrating a vicious tournament, he pits shifters against one another in battles to try their luck at winning Faith’s hand.
Loyalties will be tested. Bonds broken by crushing betrayal. When the face of the silvery moon rises, will love stand victorious? Or fall beneath the snapping jaws of merciless ambition?
Release Date: February 16th
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
PLAYING AT PRETENDING
Being angry at the world isn’t working for Max Cartwright, especially when he’s trying to win over the girl of his dreams. But he can’t seem to stop himself from fighting with the fiery beauty over every damn thing. To make matters worse, he’s hiding who he is, and he knows when Sophie finds out, she’ll cut him loose.
Sophie Williams life is full of adventures she’d rather not have. Being a personal stylist to the rich and pampered isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Like the time she walked in on… She can’t talk about it. Or the time she had to… Nope, can’t discuss that either. She does it all to take care of her sister, and feels guilty about every minute she’s away from her.
Which is why spending time with a starving artist who seems to be suffering from a personality disorder is absolutely wrong. One minute he’s sweet and charming, the next, he’s biting her head off. It’s hard enough keeping up with her demanding clients, she doesn’t need a man in her life who gives her emotional whiplash.
But.. When his hair falls into his face and he gives her that crooked grin, she’s lost in him.
Published: September 2020
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
SOME LOVES REALLY ARE FOREVER
In 1952, Luca Moretti flees war-ravaged Italy and shipwrecks against the shores of Bruny Island, Tasmania. Esther Anderson is the lighthouse keeper’s daughter. Her life is simple growing up on the isolated island community, and then an exotic visitor opens up the outside world to her and ignites her passion for life, and for Luca. Abruptly, her dreams of love are quashed, and when tragedy strikes, she’s forced to forge a new life in Hobart. Survival becomes the focus of her life until she and Luca reunite. Their love is more precious now, and together they find the strength to forge a new life.
About The Author
Leanne Lovegrove is a lawyer and author who loves romance and reading. Her law career has caused her addiction to coffee, but provides her with countless story ideas. She lives in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and three children.
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In the Shadows (Small Town Secrets #1)
Publication Date: December 2018
Genre: YA Suspense/ Thriller
It’s hard to enjoy high school when someone is stalking you. . .
Raylee, a pastor’s daughter, just wants to get through the last two years of high school. But it’s not easy when you’re an outsider. Or when the most popular girl in school’s goal is to make your life miserable.
Or when someone starts to STALK you. . .
When classmate Paul befriends Raylee, she is determined to ignore Crystal’s ploys. And when new student Billy arrives, Raylee finds herself drawn to his mysterious side. But Crystal is determined too, and she will do whatever it takes to keep him from Raylee and to ensure that the rest of Raylee’s high school years remain angst-ridden.
Raylee must cling to her FAITH in God more than ever, because someone lurks in the shadows, watching her, leaving scary clues, someone who wants to set her on edge. But why? Is it Crystal and her clique, or worse, someone she trusts?
*Book #1 is a clean mystery suspense appropriate for young adult and up.
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It was time to play volleyball a few minutes later, and once again, Raylee proved her pitifulness at the game, missing every ball that came her way and messing up every serve. She was glad when the bell rang, anxious to escape her peers.
“Don’t worry about it. It’s just a game,” Katy was saying as they ambled toward chemistry.
“Ha, easy for you to say. You’re good.” Raylee was tugging on her sleeves; the shirt was a size too large, but it was the smallest available.
“I don’t know what I’m worse at, algebra or PE.”
“Algebra. Definitely algebra.”
“Great. Now I feel really stupid.”
“I can help,” a male voice said from behind them.
They both turned around. Billy.
“What?” Raylee asked, feeling her cheeks burn and wishing she could slide into a hidden dimension.
“If you’re struggling with math, I could tutor you after school. I’m pretty good with anything math-related, especially algebra.”
Her mouth dropped open, an attempt to speak. Nothing came out. That dryness in her mouth was filling with unused saliva.
“Thank you, Billy. I’ll have to call my parents, but I should be able to meet you in the library.”
“Thanks a lot!” Raylee said to Katy when he was out of ear shot.
With a giant smile on her face, Katy replied, “You’re welcome.”
Her last class was impossible. She couldn’t concentrate on anything except Billy. She was getting sick of herself, it was ridiculous. This was what it must feel like to be lovesick. She’d always made fun of those romantic movies because the girls swooned over cute guys. She’d vowed to never be like one of those girls. And somehow, she’d become one of them.
Get a grip, Raylee. Get a grip.
The last bell of the day finally rang. Students scurried out to the parking lot. Raylee hurried to the front office to check with her parents about going to the library. Her mom answered and told her to go ahead. Raylee stopped by her locker to grab her math text and a notebook, hesitating for several minutes before she could bring herself to touch the metal door. Her skin crawled, remembering the horrific-looking rubber mask and the live worms forcing their way through it.
Slowly blowing out air, her heart hanging in the balance, she swung open the door really fast and hopped back a foot. All that was inside were her books and folders. No mask. No worms.
Her heart calming down, she snatched her math materials.
The library was located at the back of the school. She had to pass several classrooms to get there. Most of the lights had been turned down since teachers were already heading home.
As she neared the sharp corner that led to the main hallway of the library, a shadow, tall and misshapen, wobbled against the wall in front of her.
The shadow stopped.
She took one quiet step back, locking her eyes on the twisted shape. The shadow moved toward her, one small step. Whoever it was was mimicking her.
She didn’t want to be afraid, but the feeling that someone was out to get her was overpowering.
She waited in the hall, hoping for the shadow to move, but it seemed to be waiting on her.
In the movies, the victims always asked, “Who’s there?” She wasn’t about to fall into that trap, which almost always ended up deadly.
Of course, they were in a school, there must be people close by, at least someone studying in the library. Whoever this was would be a fool to try something out in the open like this. That fact didn’t keep her from feeling cautious.
Willing herself to not let fear paralyze her, she took one stiff step forward. The shadow moved backwards this time. She took a second step. The arms of the dark obscure shape wiggled (like a worm) and she heard footsteps echoing down the hall.
Hoping to catch who it was, she pushed herself forward, breaking into a run, but by the time she rounded the corner, there was no one in sight, the door to the library open, a few students quietly studying, their heads down, oblivious to any strange sighting of a shrouded figure playing hide-and-seek.
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