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Cindy Green
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Your Wedding
Associate history professor, Kari Montgomery, has carried the feelings of loss and inadequacy ever since she broke off her engagement. As she attempts to make it through a rainstorm the day of her cousin Emily’s wedding, her feelings change suddenly.
Kathy Otten
A Tarnished Knight
Blackmail, abuse, and treachery. Will Victoria ever find her champion?
Dougie Brimson
Billy's Log
Bridget Jones's Diary... for men!
Vicki Batman
Bug Stuff...and Other Stories
5 star rated, short romantic comedies sure to tickle your funny bone. Included are: Bug Stuff, Just Desserts, & With This Ring
Kenneth Bossard
Cheryl's Song
Christian fiction romance novel about African-American college students Cheryl Fields and Mike Johnson who endure the hazing rituals of their traditional Black Greek organizations and forge a true love.
Justus Roux
Ferocity
Ferocity in which he loves- Master Alejandro wants his former submissive Angel back.

“Ferocity” is another exciting addition to Justus Roux’s Master Series.
Zoe Forward
Forgotten In Darkness
Zoe Forward writes action adventure paranormal romance.
Kate Lynd
GLADIATOR
Ten years ago Tristan Shane failed to pick sides and he paid with the ultimate price—his family. Enslaved as a post-apocalyptic gladiator, he is now faced with a similar dilemma, serve the despot Queen and murder her sister, or face certain death.
Jeanette Hornby
Grapevines and Gum Trees
Isabella Di Rossi's idyllic life on the family vineyard is about to change. Sabotage of the grapes, the appearance of a handsome stranger and a mysterious neighbour, and unravelling secrets, all add to the unfolding drama.
Sandra Kay
Heart of Stone
A marriage in name only. A secret past. Can love be found amid the tangle of distrust and betrayal?
Alone and pregnant with twins, Amber Wilson has only a fuzzy memory of how she got that way.

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