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Charm: (A Cinderella Reverse Fairytale book 1) by J.A. Armitage

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You think you know the story of Cinderella…. The kingdom needs an heir and Princess Charmaine is quite aware that the job rests solely upon her shoulders. When her elder sister dies, Charmaine has to take her place at the ball designed to find her a husband. With a hundred men to choose between and her wedding planned, all she … Read More

Heartsridge Shifters: Owen by Olivia Arran

Dragon shifter Briana was on the run… and now she’s not. She blames a certain alpha wolf who won’t leave her alone. Obviously, she should haul her glittery butt out of town, but she doesn’t back down from a challenge. The fact that he’s insanely hot? That might help, too.

Holden’s Mate by Meg Ripley

Holden has come to Earth as one of the last of his kind. Dedicated to raising one of the dragon babies left behind by his slain queen, he must acclimate to this strange new planet in order to succeed. Humans prove to be odd creatures, but one blue-eyed beauty compels him in ways he’s never experienced. Their paths cross often, … Read More

Cocky Duke (Endowed Book 1) by Sara Forbes

First in a sexy, light-hearted new series! Two weeks touring art galleries in London—that’s what my Uncle Stig promised. It was going to be a nice quiet trip with my favorite relative, who also happens to be the US Ambassador to England. The only problem? It’s a little too quiet. I crave something more than four o’clock tea and crumpets. … Read More

Cocky by Sean Ashcroft

“I’m having a little trouble coming up with the right words here, so I’ll be blunt. I want you to pretend to date me.” Faking a relationship with an injured hockey player had never been on Eliot’s to-do list, but when he’s sent by his editor to interview the newly-out hockey legend Danny Harper, he gets a little more than … Read More