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Mission to New Earth: a novella ~ Diane Burton

BooksSep 02 201610 Comments

Amazon ~ Smashwords ~ Kobo ~ iTunes Genre: science fiction romance Release date: August 31, 2016 Length: 88 pages (25k words) Blurb: Earth’s overpopulation and dwindling resources force the United Earth Space Agency to expedite exploration of new planets for a possible new home. When new crises ensue—a giant tsunami and the threat of ...

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Sunrise Crossing – Jodi Thomas

BooksAug 01 20160 Comment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Contact: Lisa Wray Lisa.Wray@harpercollins.com (416) 445-5860 x 350   RETURN TO PEACEFUL CROSSROADS, TEXAS, WHERE COMMUNITY COMES FIRST AND LOVE THRIVES IN THE UNLIKELIEST PLACES…   SUNRISE CROSSING August 30, 2016 “Thomas (Rustler’s Moon) does an amazing job of creating and connecting multiple story lines. ...

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Leap into the Knight ~ M.J. Schiller

Sir Darius Lee is a Knight of the High Order. But when Darius discovers a stranger in his room in the middle of the night, and the intruder turns out to be a beautiful woman, he begins to question how he is meant to live his life. Princess Megan of Bethyea is being held captive. But when two knights help her to escape and bring her back to her ...

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White Lies – An Essential to a Smooth Running Society?

So, I wrote this book—Lies That Bind. Basically, everyone in the book is lying about something, i.e., the heroine and the hero lie to the heroine’s daughter, telling her that the hero is her father, when, in fact, he isn’t. The hero lies to the heroine, tells her that: 1) he needs her help finding this villain (which he does); and 2) ...

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When Black Women Fall

What Is It? The When Black Women Fall promo features romances in the contemporary, historical, paranormal, science fiction and fantasy, and erotica genres. The two requirements for inclusion are that the heroine must be of African/African-American descent, and she must fall in love: same race, interracial, LGBT, aliens, cyborg—doesn’t ...

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