#NewRelease “The Weekend (A Lennox In Love Book 7)” by Tina Martin

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Can you make somebody fall in love with you in ONE weekend?

That’s what Corbin LeBlanc is hoping after recently becoming reacquainted with Davina Lennox – his secret crush from high school years ago. She’s all woman now and still as beautiful as he remembered. However, while he knows the path his life will take, he learns that Davina has no clue what she wants – but she knows one thing for sure – small-town life is not for her.

Corbin has one weekend to convince her to stay in Bryson City, appreciate this beautiful mountain town and make her see the amazing life they could have together.

The Lennox Series are all standalone novellas with the exception of Caught in the Storm with a Lennox which is the prequel to Claiming You and Winter Wonder should be read before Winter Wedding.

Book 0 – Caught in the Storm With a Lennox (A Short Story Prequel to Claiming You)
Book 1 – Claiming You – Remington Lennox and Emory McNeil
Book 2 – Making You My Business – Giovanni Lennox and Joelle Bannon
Book 3 – Wishing That I Was Yours – Jessalyn Lennox and Spencer Wakefield
Book 4 – Before You Say I Do – Kenton Lennox and Lauren Chandler
Book 5 – Winter Wonder – Drake Lennox and Lavina Nelson
Book 6 – Winter Wedding – Drake Lennox and Lavina Nelson
Book 7 – The Weekend – Davina Lennox and Corbin LeBlanc



#ReleaseBlitz “Need 2 Have U” by Alexandra Silva & Sophie Blue


***NOW LIVE***

Need 2 Have U

by Alexandra Silva & Sophie Blue

BUY TODAY: http://mybook.to/N2HU


This is Parker’s book, in the Sweet Vine series of standalone reads.

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Single Dad Romance


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Life’s never easy. Complicated should be my middle name. I didn’t expect my life to pan out quite this way—a single dad with a crazy-ass ex—but I got used to it. I live my life for my son while taking over the family empire my father has all but walked away from. Nothing else in the world matters…

Until she walks into my hotel armed with sass, flair and a show-stopping smile.

Summer O’Shea makes me forget all the reasons I should distance myself from any more complications. The more time we spend together, the harder it is to resist her charm. All of a sudden, complicated doesn’t sound all that bad.


When I moved to LA, I had one goal: graduate design school and make a career for myself. Turns out that the City of Stars requires more than a small town savings account. Working as a bartender in Beverly Hills isn’t all that bad…it should be pretty simple…

Except for him. Dedicated father. Hands on boss. Smoking hot. Totally off-limits.

Parker Hawthorne is everything I can’t resist. One look and I’m gone. Head over heels and heart over head.

It’s too bad that the heart doesn’t always get what it wants.

Books 1 & 2 **ON SALE**

Love 2 Jingle U – Love at first sight (99c)
Love 2 Hate U – Enemies-to-lovers (1.99)
Need 2 Have U – Single dad


Meet Alex

Alexandra Silva is a tequila loving book hoarder. She lives in London with her two boys and three cats.

She writes Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense. Her stories are raw, heartfelt and sexy. With flawed, dirty talking and sexy as hell heroes, and feisty heroines that give them a run for their money.

Salted Caramel Coconut lattes are a real weakness along with dark, taboo romance and angsty new adult reads.


Meet Sophie

Sophie Blue is a hopeless romantic and avid reader. She fell in love with reading at a young age and can always be found with her nose in a book. She started writing after having her baby and published her debut rom com in May 2020.

A coffee addict and HEA junkie, Sophie lives just outside of London with her husband and mini me. She writes contemporary romance filled with fun, sweet feels.


#ReleaseBlitz “High Risk: A Medical Romance (Forbidden Love Duets Book 2)” by Carina Alyce


A Strong Woman Medical Romance

MetroGen Downtown Forbidden Love Duets, Book 2

Romantic suspense, multicultural romance, action adventure romance, medical romance


Release Date: October 31, 2021

One overworked lady doctor has found the perfect guy. He’s smoking hot, a fabulous dancer, and amazing between the sheets. It’d be great if he weren’t an off-limits MEDICAL STUDENT!

Dr. Angela Perkins might be a cardiology superstar, but her love life is DOA. Her ex told her with curves like hers, he expected a sex kitten, not a medical workaholic. Rather than doom her next relationship with hospital issues, she lets her new date, Michael, believe she’s an elementary school teacher.

Medical Student Michael Harper has found third-year is everything TV promised it would be. The hours are long, the pay is non-existent, and the cardiology department is rumored to be run by sadists. He could use a break and the cute teacher, Angela, seems heaven-sent.

When the truth comes out, Angela will have to choose – him or the hospital . . .

WARNING: This forbidden love steamy romance will cause shrieking with its cliffhanger ending, but you’ll love it anyway. You should only read if you wish Grey’s Anatomy and Chicago Fire had more medical students who put on private post-call strip shows. Just SAYING!


Other Books in the MetroGen Downtown Forbidden Love Duets Series


Smolder: A Strong Woman Firefighter Romance

MetroGen Downtown Forbidden Love Duets, Book 1

As fire chief, he’s a ruthless, heartless, ice-cold professional. So how did he succumb to temptation and end up in bed with a rookie female firefighter?

Firefighter Erin Hudgens found a new firehouse family at Firehouse 15. Things were great until her captain retired, and personal problems dissolved the firehouse into chaos. It’s bad enough the all-business-no-fun Fire Chief has to step in. Did she mention he’s really attractive? Spontaneous combustion hot!

Fire Chief Noah Baker does not have time for this. As the city’s youngest chief, he’s sacrificed his personal life to rebuild the department. His efforts are about to pay off when he has to deal with the disaster brewing in Firehouse 15. But he didn’t plan on Erin Hudgens snapping his cool, calm professional facade.

She’s a complication he doesn’t need, but once she’s in his arms, he can’t stop taking what he needs . . .

WARNING: This steamy romance may lead to actual smoldering when you get hot and bothered after it ends in a HFA since the sexiness continues to a second book. You should only read if you wish Grey’s Anatomy and Chicago Fire featured a shirtless fire chief who can paralyze you with the power of his eyes . . . and abs.







Inferno: A Strong Woman Firefighter Romance

MetroGen Downtown Forbidden Love Duets, Book 3

The story continues in 2022 when the Firehouse 15 meets MetroGen 216 as Erin’s and Noah’s love life heats up!


Compromised: A Strong Woman Medical Romance

MetroGen Downtown Forbidden Love Duets, Book Four

The series concludes in 2022 when everything is revealed. Will Angela’s and Michael’s love survive?




About the Author

Carina Alyce is the pen name of the Amazon Best-selling author and full-time triple board-certified physician who started writing dramatic medical romances after twenty years in the trenches of health care. She promises she never had sex in a call room – the mattresses are not comfortable – or had a fistfight with a patient – though she did work as a fight doc at the Octagon. Her stories are sexy, snarky, and real with all the romance and drama of the lives of our first responders.

She writes the MetroGeneral Downtown series that tackles the personal and professional challenges facing our front-line providers. Her stories have the drama of Grey’s Anatomy, the comedy of Scrubs, the sexiness of Outlander, and the medical details of Forensic Files. They feature fast, witty dialogue, strong women with goals, and quirky ensemble casts.

When not working or writing, she is a brown belt in judo, an avid reader, and an attending surgeon in stuffed animal veterinary medicine for her six kids. (No one trusts her husband’s medical skills because he’s just a lawyer.)

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#Excerpt “Trent’s Redemption (Mill Creek Mystique, Book One)” by Bailey Thomas

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Mill Creek Mystique, Book One

Romantic Suspense


Release Date: September 10, 2021

Publisher: Champagne Book Group


Can they face their demons and find love?

Trent Jacobs had everything he wanted in life until the flash of a muzzle ripped his world apart. Now he only has guilt. Permanently removed from fieldwork due to questionable events, Trent retires from the FBI. He retreats to the small town of Mill Creek, Idaho, to become the town sheriff.

Margaret King knows what it’s like to be alone and isolated. Losing her parents as a child was impossible, but the death of her brother damn near killed her. When a strange van appears on her street and her apartment is broken into, she turns to Trent, the only man she knows she can trust.

After Maggie shows up terrified and haunted, Trent’s guilt explodes. She makes him want things he doesn’t deserve, including her. As their past collides with the present, Trent is forced to face his demons to protect her. Or risk losing her.



Chapter One

The rapid knock at Trent’s front door had him hoping that this unexpected interruption would spare him another lonely evening. Hastening his steps, he twisted the knob and sucked in a sharp breath. Nothing would have prepared him for this sight. His partner’s sister and the woman he had dated. Margaret King’s haunted green eyes stared back at him. Her blonde hair was thrown into a loose ponytail.

Several strands had escaped and fluttered in the evening breeze. Even disheveled, she was still beautiful.

Dread settled in his gut, anchoring a weight to his chest as Dalton’s last words filtered through his mind.

Promise me you’ll look after her and keep her safe.

“Maggie, what brings you here?” Trent’s mind raced with possibilities and none settled the growing dread that rotted in his stomach.

Her eyes widened briefly before she found her voice.

“Can I come inside?”

“Of course, sorry,” he stammered, moving aside and making a sweeping motion with his arm.

She hesitated for a second, then looked over her shoulder toward the driveway. Turning back, she met his gaze and released a deep breath. Remorse slapped him in the face as she entered his home. The last time he’d seen her was about ten months ago at Dalton’s funeral. Not once had Trent reached out to see how she had adjusted to life without her brother. Now, the weight of his mistake stood in his entryway. Guilt riddled his body and his gaze shifted toward the floor because he’d let her down.

The subtle scent of oranges and vanilla floated by him as she passed. The moonlight shining through the open window cast a silvery glow across her pinched face. He

clicked the deadbolt then flipped on the light before he sat on the sofa, waiting for her to join him. Her feet didn’t budge, but her gaze circled the room.

Maggie raised an eyebrow, her eyes blank. “I’m sorry I didn’t call first. I thought this discussion would be best in person. I can’t believe I had to search the internet to find your address.”

“I’m glad you’re here, and I should have given you my address. There’s no excuse for that…”

The tension in the room increased with every second of silence that followed.

“I-I don’t know what to think anymore. You might think I’m crazy or worse, have overreacted to drive all the way here.” Her voice sounded like sandpaper on wood.

Trent grabbed her hand and swiped his thumb softly across her knuckles. A rush of emotions flooded his system with that simple touch. He hated the strain emanating from her body. “Are you okay, Maggie?”

He released her hand and patted the spot next to him.

The cushions dipped as she sat, her gaze lingering on the room and surroundings. “Why do you have scaffolding outside? Did something happen to your home?”

Trent smiled and shook his head. “No, I just finished renovating the interior and have decided to upgrade my roof. What’s going on, Maggie?”

She turned to him, flashing a brief smile. “Good. I’m glad nothing bad happened to you. Could I have a glass of water?”

“You can have anything you’d like.” He meant those words and vowed to himself he’d prove it to her. “But you need to tell me what’s upset you. What made you drive all this way to find me?”

The single tear traveling down her cheek gutted him.

Her resolve and strength may have had her sitting beside him, holding herself together, but her vulnerability undid him. He tugged her body against his, to feel her warmth and

the pulse of her heart as he held her tight, to remind her she wasn’t alone to deal with whatever worried her. Even if his actions these last ten months told a different story.

A niggle of hoped bloomed in his chest when she hugged him back just as fiercely. This wouldn’t erase his absence from her life since the death of her brother, but maybe she’d see it as an olive branch to reconnect them to days long past. To the days when they were friends and all three of them spent time together.

When she sat back against the cushion, dark circles marred the delicate skin beneath her eyes. Trent’s mind whirled with a million questions. Had someone hurt her?

Had Maggie been with a man who threatened her? Why was she here? All of them remained unspoken because shame swamped his system. Not only was he a shitty person, but he’d broken a promise to his friend.

If only I’d taken out the shooter in the rafters, Dalton would still be here. Suffocated by the memories of that horrible day, Trent shot up off the sofa, desperately needing air and space. “I’ll get you that water. When I return, how about you start from the beginning as to why you’re here?

We’ll figure this out together.”

“Thanks. You’re the one person I knew would understand,” she said in a mere whisper.

Jesus, what had she been through that would make her run? The woman he’d known was full mirth and energy. He hated the mixture of defeat and uncertainty radiating from the depths of her green eyes

“Here you go, Miss Margaret King.” Trent handed her a glass of water.

“Ugh, call me Maggie, you know better. My parents called me Margaret, and that was when I was in trouble.”

She stared into the distance for a moment. “Maggie Moo was the nickname my brother preferred,” she added with a slight wobble in her voice. “Sorry, I miss him so much. I just never thought I’d lose him after my parents died. I figured

we’d grow old together. It’s been difficult knowing I’m all alone in the world.”

Trent’s heart clogged with condemnation. “Never apologize for missing him. Dalton loved you. He would’ve done anything for you. You were his little sister. Hell, I’d known him since training at Quantico, and I knew then, he’d be the biggest pain in my ass and best friend. His death left a hole in our lives.” The words he left unspoken was that he’d abandoned her too.

A soft giggle escaped her lips. “Yes, he could be a pain.

He also tried to control my life right down to who I dated.”

Trent nodded in agreement. “Yes, he had very strong opinions on who should date you and why.”

“If I recall, you did too, since you cited your job as a complication of our relationship. Anyway, blood or not, you’ve always been a part of my family, which is why I’m here.” She forced a slow steady stream of air into her lungs.

“You were both logical and rational men, who worked from facts to solve life’s problems. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve endured a lecture about being observant and always aware of my surroundings.”

He interjected, “A smart person assessed their situation and acted accordingly. That coincidences rarely, if ever, exist. Yes, I speak that same dialect.”

“You are cut from the same cloth as Dalton, which is why I’m in Mill Creek. I’ve analyzed my situation and my findings have shocked me to the core.” She gulped the cool liquid. Straightening her spine, she continued. “Dalton made me promise—almost to the point of ritualistic chanting—that if I were ever in trouble and couldn’t reach him, I should call you. I always thought he’d meant while he was alive…”

Tears streamed down her face. “I think someone has been following me because I’m Dalton’s sister.”

Trent’s eyes narrowed. She’d piqued his curiosity with that assessment. He then schooled his features so they’d remain neutral. “Why would you think that?”

“At first, I noticed a white van parked on the street facing my apartment. It appeared after Dalton’s death. The days and times were random, but it was the same van. It disappeared for a while, then returned a few weeks ago. I can’t explain it, but I got a strange feeling about it.”

Maggie fidgeted, cracking her fingers one by one. He sat quietly while she fidgeted with nervous energy. He didn’t want to add to her stress, so he gave her the time she needed to process her thoughts.

“How? What made it seem unusual?”

She lifted her gaze to meet his eyes and shrugged. “I only saw the driver and passenger twice, but I’m pretty sure they were the same men from the first time. This sounds crazy, I know it does, which is why I didn’t report the van to the police. Those men could have lived in the complex or in the area. What happened the other night changed my mind, but instead of calling the police, I headed straight to you.

This is personal, Trent, and it scared me.”

“I’m glad you came to me.” He gently urged her to continue by nodding and trying to keep his expression neutral. Deep down his stomach knotted with apprehension over what came next.

A tiny smile crossed her lips. “God, you remind me of him, fierce and protective. I appreciate that you’re not judging me—at least until I’m done.”

“You’re doing just fine, now, keep going.”

“Early Saturday morning, I was working at my computer when the fire alarms went off. When I went outside to check, the adjacent unit had smoke billowing from inside. My neighbor appeared outside with her child, panicked and talking into the phone about a grease fire and that the firemen were coming. I ducked back inside my place to retrieve my messenger bag which held everything that mattered to me and waited outside with my neighbor.

After the firemen arrived and controlled the scene, I was informed that the fire was out but it would be a couple hours

before I could return. I decided to head to our local coffee shop to hang out while the chaos passed. When I returned…”

Color drained from her cheeks. She lowered her head to stare at the carpet between her feet. “My front door was ajar, again, which I figured was so the firemen could finish their investigation. I caught a glimpse of that white van pulling away. When I entered, everything seemed fine…

until I reached my office. Drawers were opened with papers and folders scattered across my desk and floor. Then I noticed a knife stabbed into my desk holding a note that read, ‘What did he know?’”

Trent snapped his brows together, his mouth drawn tight. He couldn’t quell his reaction to what he’d just heard.

The hairs on his neck bristled. He didn’t know how, but he’d find a way to slay each and every one of her demons…or die trying. He owed Dalton that much.

“Why didn’t you call the police? Do you know if anything was taken? Were other rooms searched?” Trent squeezed her hand a few times bringing her gaze upward.

With her other hand, she reached for the glass and gulped the last few sips before she answered. “In my gut, I know this reaches beyond the police. The only ‘he’ in my life was my brother. My brain went into survival mode. I had to get out of my apartment and get to you. You’d know what to do. I-I didn’t look any further. All I kept thinking, was this can’t be good to have a knife stabbed into your desk, especially with how he died. I took my bag then hit the bank withdrawing as much money as allowed. I left my car at the office and called a car rental company. I decided leaving my car behind was best. I stopped at one truck stop along the way to rest, used only cash, then drove until I pulled into your driveway.”

She sat still as if she waited for him to say something.

Processing what he just heard shredded his insides. The last time they had spoken was at the funeral, and that

encounter was strained, not ugly or mean, just distant because of him. A complete opposite to how he and Maggie normally interacted. Instead, he struggled with his anger and self-condemnation while nursing the injuries he’d sustained that day alongside Dalton. As a result, Trent’s job and assignment changed which deprived him of retribution.

He hated the exhaustion etched across her face. Starting now, he would atone for his wrongs.

“Brave and resilient is what you are.” A surge of pride and respect flood his system. “You did damn good with disappearing off the grid and adapting in the face of adversity. You’re far from an agent, but you acted with caution and logic.”

Fatigue, stress, and fear radiated from her, but he also saw a brief glimmer of relief. That was something he would build upon.

“Your brother would be proud. Hell, I’m proud of you.

I’m also so damn sorry I haven’t reached out before now. I own that. I know my apology doesn’t change anything, but I hope my actions will. If you give me that chance. I’d say you read the situation right—a clusterfuck for sure.”

Her eyes closed for a moment, and her shoulders dipped as tension seemed to fade from her body. Something deep inside Trent’s stomach twisted painfully. Had she thought he might deny her his support and protection? Of course, why wouldn’t she? It wasn’t his intent, but he’d basically removed her from his life. Another epic screw-up to add to his list that he needed to fix.

He cupped her chin. “I understand why you weren’t sure about coming to me for help, so I’ll clear up that misconception right now. I will always protect you, Maggie.

You have my word.”

She shifted her head from his grasp and stabbed him in the chest with a finger. “You hurt my feelings, but I’m not blameless either. You have to promise you won’t put

yourself in jeopardy in any way. I can’t stand the thought of losing another person.”

The painful truth behind those words constricted his chest. The vibrant woman he had known seemed to have retreated somewhat. Trent snatched her hand, loving how buttery soft her skin was under his fingertips. “Give me your keys. I think it’s best to put your rental in the garage for now.”

She stood and dug into her front pocket to retrieve the key ring. “Thanks for allowing me into your home, especially with my trouble in tow.”

Trent extended his palm and caught the keys. “You always were trouble. I’ll give you the grand tour first and point out the highlights from my renovation.”

“I thought you liked living out of boxes. You know, afraid of commitment.”

“Smart ass,” he groused. “I’m working on unpacking everything.”

He couldn’t imagine what she thought when she first arrived, but he was glad she’d come. He started in his kitchen, explaining how his friend Kane had updated everything to stainless and gas.

“This is amazing. I love the gas stovetop. That refrigerator must keep you fed for months. It’s huge.”

“I’ve heard that bigger is always better,” he deadpanned.

She rolled her eyes and protested, “Seriously? You haven’t changed one bit.”

He flashed her an exaggerated wink and guided her though the rest of the house. When they reached the master bathroom, he showed her his second favorite feature from the renovation: his walk-in shower with multiple adjusting heads that also produced steam. He owed Kane for this gem too. Her small whimper when she spied the shower didn’t go unnoticed. Trent also hadn’t missed how closely she followed him the entire time. He’d do anything

to diminish the worry radiating from her body. He ended his tour with the room she’d be using and the bathroom.

At the door to the bathroom, he paused and met her eyes. “Why don’t you take a shower in my bathroom while I move the vehicle? You can give me a woman’s perspective on my shower.”

She leaned her head against the doorway and sighed.

“A shower sounds heavenly, but I’ll use the guest bath. Will you grab my bag from the front room and put it on the bed?

“Sure, do you have anything in the car I should bring inside?”

Her mouth twisted into a frown. “No, I didn’t pack any clothing or think to bring my bathroom supplies. In my haste, I went with the less is more theory. Do you have a toothbrush and paste? And if I could borrow a few things to wear that would be awesome. Walking around naked might be kind of awkward.”

He groaned internally as his mind conjured several inappropriate scenarios involving her sans clothing. Built like a goddess, with her curves and creamy skin, he’d love nothing more than to see her naked. He caught her staring at his reflection in the bathroom mirror and knew he’d been nailed. His traitorous cock stirred behind the confines of his pants. This woman still caused his mind and body to want more from her. Definitely his cue to leave.

“I’ll put a T-shirt and a pair of sweatpants on your bed.

Leave your clothes outside the door, I’ll wash them for you.

Tomorrow, we’ll go shopping to fill in whatever else you left behind.”

She opened her mouth as if to speak, then clamped her lips together as she moved into the bathroom.

“What’s on your mind?” he asked.

“Do you have any cereal or yogurt? Something easy to fix.”

He put both hands on his waist and cocked one eyebrow. “You won’t go hungry in my house, and you can

have more than cereal. When did you eat last?”

Her eyes narrowed, and her mouth gaped. “I-ah, a granola at the truck stop.”

“You’re my priority. I take care of my guests. That includes food, sleep, protection, and whatever else I’ve forgotten to mention. Get that through your thick, stubborn, and beautiful head.” Trent punctuated his point, because he wasn’t sure what else to do, and wrapped her in a crushing hug. Like the many times before when he and Dalton had visited between assignments or while on break.

He sighed as her curves melded perfectly against his frame and in all the right places. A surge of possessiveness roared to life within him, and not only did it startle him, it made him back away, breaking their connection

“Shower, then kitchen,” he said in a tone that encouraged no debate.

He headed down the hall and heard the snick of the door as it closed behind him. Needing to put space between them, he’d take care of her car. This woman in his home was Dalton’s sister. The same baby sister his partner proclaimed off limits to any man who worked in a risky profession.

Dalton was adamant Maggie should marry a man who had a stable job, which allowed him to come home every night. A man whose existence wasn’t nestled in danger, with the potential to cause her harm, because his job encompassed every aspect of his life. Trent had squashed his attraction to her because he hadn’t wanted to ruffle Dalton’s feathers.

Even he hadn’t been exempt from Dalton’s censure, but he had to agree with the man, she deserved better. She deserved a marriage where her husband would be around every damn night. Whose job wouldn’t risk her safety or threaten their lives. A fact of his employment he couldn’t offer.


About the Author

Bailey Thomas lives in the beautiful but hot southwest with her husband and their adorable four-legged children. An only child, Bailey’s active imagination and adventurous nature always kept her busy. Now, she channels those creative powers into storytelling.

Her wonderful husband encouraged her to chase her dream of becoming an author and continues to be her greatest champion. Being able to write these stories has been a thrilling experience that is truly special to her.

When she’s not behind a computer working on her next deadline, she’s reading her favorite authors, playing with her fur-babies, and spending time with her husband. They love to watch movies, sports and play all types of games.

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#BookBlitz “BASH: Love, Madness, and Murder” by Mike Bartos


Suspense, Thriller


Published: October 2021

Publisher: Franklin Ridge Publishing

Ash Roper, Afghanistan combat veteran, is now a writer and tabloid publisher in Charleston, SC. The nearby Blakemore Anderson State Hospital (BASH) for the criminally insane, is offering up a rich variety of potentially juicy stories including an escaped murderer, an assaultive patient released by a jury, the violent murder of a staff member, and illicit drugs finding their way through the barbed wire perimeter of BASH.

Ash decides to investigate from the inside, but through a series of unforeseen circumstances, ends up trapped in the hospital as a patient. Ash’s headstrong wife Sally J, her lawyer buddy and former lover Roswell, and Doc Kerrigan, a hard drinking hospital psychiatrist, take on the system to try and spring Ash. The romantic and legal sparks fly inside and outside of BASH as a hurricane draws a bead on the South Carolina Low Country. A roadside cafe owner, a charming weather forecaster, a meth cooking biker, a crooked cop, a homicide detective, battling lawyers, and a variety of incompetent bureaucrats cross paths in this engaging and dramatic adventure.



About the Author

Mike Bartos is a psychiatrist and writer living in Chapel Hill North Carolina. “BASH” takes place in the lyrical South Carolina Low country, which is also the setting for his other novel, “Finding Lorena”.

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#NewRelease “Forever And A Day” by OL Obonna



Their forbidden night leads to an inescapable consequence!

Her mind-blowing encounter with a handsome stranger rocked her to the core! It was a night she would never forget. Then Mma Nwachukwu discovers that the compelling stranger she lost her virginity to was none other than Fuad Danjuma, the younger brother of her new boss! Mma is stunned, especially when she discovers the thrilling and unforgettable night has left them bound for life.

When Fuad finds out Mma is pregnant, he is determined to do the right thing and claim her as his wife. Unfortunately, he offers her everything except the one thing she wants the most: his heart.

The trouble is, Mma is determined to wed for love.

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#BookBlitz “I Am Me” by Angelica Clark


A Journal of Positive Affirmations for Kids Hardcover

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Publication date: April 6, 2021

Publisher: Mindful Impressions

I Am Me is a journal of positive affirmations with the intent to encourage children to look within and find their own power, confidence, and to unapologetically accept and become their true authentic self.

Presenting five mindfulness exercises alongside 20 positive affirmations, I Am Me supports self-worth and positive mindset skills by introducing therapeutic practice for handling life obstacles in a gently way.


About the Author

Angelica Clark is a Louisiana native who holds a B.S. in Psychology and naturally found herself mentoring and uplifting others during difficult times.

She was born in Monroe, LA. She spent a few years in Baton Rouge, LA and a few more in Dallas, GA before making her way back home to Louisiana. She is the mother of two daughters, and one fine toy poodle named Teddy P.

When not writing, she can be found listening to music, taking a few selfies (or twenty), and eating her most favorite thing in the whole wide world. You’ll never know what that is until you buy your copy of the I Am Me Kids’ Journal!

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#PreOrder “The Red, the Fed and the Dead (A Kat Kelly Mystery Book 2)” by Tess Rafferty

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“Marriage can be the death of you…”

So thinks Kat Kelly when she agrees to her husband Mike’s plan to return to Italy during the rainy season. Fortunately, they have plenty of red wine to take the chill off. After two days in the damp city of Bologna, known for its food, its university and its communist tendencies—a.k.a.“The red, the fed & the learned” —the couple meet up with friends Sunny and Nino at a Medieval castle in the Emilia-Romagna countryside. There they discover the acetaias that produce the thirty-year-old extra Vecchio balsamic vinegar; the dairies that make the world-famous Parmesan Reggiano; and, of course, more than one dead body.

So once again, Kat and Sunny go hunting for clues while also hunting for truffles, with an international cast of suspects that includes a Ghanaian-Italian professor; a Canadian food consultant with mysterious ties to the castle; an American tech millionaire-turned-winemaker; and two feuding Michelin-starred chefs who just happen to be brothers. Kat’s insatiable appetite for both food and answers leads her to uncover an old mystery that travels all the way back to the German occupation and the American Buffalo soldiers who liberated Italy, and to the economic boom and pop music explosion of the fifties and sixties.

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#BookTour “The Resurrectionist” by A.R. Meyering

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If you enjoy gothic tales, then look no further than The Resurrectionist by A.R. Meyering. A chilling tale inspired by real events!

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The Resurrectionist “Inspired by the true story of the Burke and Hare murders”

Publication Date: July 3rd, 2020

Genre: Supernatural/ Horror/ Fantasy/ Based on Real Life Characters


Scotland, 1854

On a skinny, forgotten road in Edinburgh stood a shop without a name—a shop that could be found only if one had previously been led to its door. William, who was blind, rapped his knuckles on the door. The shop owner opens the door and says, “I recognize you. You’re the thief who slithered away while your partner swung by his neck.”

William begs the woman to break the curse that has been set on him that prevents him from dying. The curse, says the woman, cannot be broken, but it can be displaced. Is your death so precious to you that you would destroy one more innocent life to get it? The life of your own child?”

London 1895

In 19th century Scotland surgeon Edgar Price has only days to live. He has become host to a revenant that will corrode both his body and soul. Edgar’s fatal mistake has not only doomed him, but also released six more of these malignant wraiths onto the world. In his remaining time, he has vowed to stop the revenants from claiming other victims. His perilous travels lead him to the Witches’ Wood, a haven for a sisterhood of powerful enchantresses. There he meets Ainsley, who is also racing against the clock to save her life and will go to any lengths to spare the life of her lover Colleen from the grief of losing her. Despite their mutual dislike, Edgar and Ainsley find that the only way to traverse the twisted, otherworldly labyrinths that the revenants have created is to work together. Their mission becomes further complicated when Edgar begins to develop feelings for Fana, the guardian goddess of the Wood in spite of Ainsley’s forbidding warnings to stay far away from her.

Though THE RESURRECTIONIST is a work of fantasy, many of the settings and elements are based on fact. Horror and fantasy intermingle in this novel inspired by the true story of the Burke and Hare murders.

From 1828-29, Irish immigrants William Burke and William Hare were responsible for the murders of sixteen people in Edinburgh. Their methods generally involved luring a victim to Hare’s boardinghouse, where they plied them heavily with alcohol before suffocating them. They were motivated by greed, selling the corpses of their victims to a local surgeon, Robert Knox. Each victim was publicly dissected, and Dr. Knox is largely thought to have been complicit in the crimes.

During their ten-month killing spree, William Hare’s common-law wife, Margaret Laird, was pregnant with their child. Hare was pardoned for his crimes due to his confession and condemnation of his accomplice Burke, who was hanged and publicly dissected as punishment.

After being pardoned, Hare, Margaret, and their infant are thought to have escaped to Ireland. It also has been rumored that William Hare was thrown into a lime pit and subsequently suffered blindness before becoming a beggar. The victims in THE RESURRECTIONIST are also based on real life people.

Reminiscent of Tess Gerritsen’s The Bone Garden, THE RESURRECTIONIST explores a real-life horror story through a riveting supernatural thriller that is guaranteed to hook readers from the very first page.

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About the Author


A.R. Meyering was a graduate student studying philosophy. She worked as an English teacher in a small town in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. Her dark fantasy novel, Unreal City, won a Literary Classics International Book Award gold medal for YA horror and a Moonbeam Award bronze medal in YA horror. While doing her undergrad in English she studied abroad in Edinburgh, focusing on Scottish occult literature and folklore.

Sadly, A.R. Meyering passed away in 2021.

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