This List Is Not In Alphabetical Order, But In The Order That The Stories Are Posted.
Getting It Right by KG MacGregor – 150 pages
Wynne Connelly is a marketing manager from Baltimore, traveling regularly to her company’s headquarters in Orlando. Paula McKenzie is the night manager at the Weller Regent, the downtown business hotel where Wynne stays. They belong together – you know it, I know it, they know it – but secrets, obligations, and ambition make it nearly impossible to get it right.
The Last Sunset by J. A. Zollicoffer (poem)
Snowboubd by Queenfor4 – 158 pages
A young homophobic writer finds herself convalescing in the home of a lesbian doctor. Can she overcome her distrust and become friends with the heart-broken doctor?
Guilt by Ali Vali – 60 pages
Mordecai Sydney O’Shea, a young aggressive prosecutor in New Orleans, deals with evil on a daily basis. Sydney plays it by the rules – always, it’s what’s put her at the top of the prosecutorial heap in sin city. But what happens to that strict moral code when evil comes to visit the people she loves? Can she turn her back on the law she lives her life by? Only the women in Sydney’s life have the answer to that question of Guilt in the Twilight Zone.
In The Light Of Day by Cheyne – 80 pages
When Riley Vaughn wakes up in a strange bed, it leads to awakenings of a different kind.
Meridio’s Daughter by LJ Maas – 190 pages
Tessa (Nikki) Nikolaidis is cold and ruthless, the perfect person to be Karê, the right-hand, to Greek magnate Andreas Meridio. Cassandra (Casey) Meridio has come home after a six-year absence to find that her father’s new Karê is a very desirable, but highly dangerous woman. Set in modern day Greece on the beautiful island of Mykonos, this novel weaves a tale of emotional intrigue as two women from different worlds struggle with forbidden desires. As the two come closer to the point of no return, Casey begins to wonder if she can really trust the beautiful Karê. Does Nikki’s dark past, hide secrets that will eventually bring down the brutal Meridio Empire, or are her actions simply those of a vindictive woman? Will she stop at nothing for vengeance…even seduction?
Illuminations of the Soul by Cousin Liz – 77 pages
Gabrielle is summoned home and is joined by Xena who is not too warmly welcomed by the bard’s family.
With Faltering Steps by Tonya Muir – 131 pages
This powerful story is set in the horseworld and the fringes of the law, Lacy Montgomery is assigned by the Boss to keep and eye on his prized stables. Little does the tough-guy know that Rachel Wilson, one of the trainers, will change her life as much as she changes hers….allowing both to find what neither had ever hoped for.
Making Strides by Tonya Muir – 162 pages
This the sequel to “With Faltering Steps.” Now living together and raising a daughter, Rachel and Lacey are forced to face a new threat to their happiness.
Unbroken by J. A. Zollicoffer – 20 pages
Summary: Nadia is superhero that doesn’t want the job. Cory is a fedora wearing blonde with a tough attitude. When they bump into each other on the street sparks fly, and truths are revealed.
Three Days by S. Lee – 160 pages
In the first part of this romantic story, Kat Green is a singer/songwriter on the verge of super-stardom. She is away for weeks at a time, missing her pregnant partner, Beth desperately. Kat comes home from being away on the road for a visit and the couple have three glorious days to reclaim and reconnect their love. In the second part of the story thirteen years have passed and Kat has become a mega-superstar. She and Beth have two daughters. Kat succumbs to the temptations of extreme success. Can the couple’s marriage survive as Kat deals with her demons?
The Embrace Series by CJ Wells – 420 pages
The Conqueror is in love with her slave, but she hates it. How long will it take for her to give in to the feelings, and stop being brutal, and start being loving?
The Conqueror’s Destiny by J. A. Zollicoffer – 176 pages
Xena the Conqueror meets the Amazon Queen, and together they discover their true destiny.
Curse of the Conqueror by Enginerd – 184 pages
A very funny Conqueror story – yep you heard me. Xena the Conqueror rules all of Greece but is unhappy – she has problems with her love life. So she goes to her mother for advice and gets the cryptic response to “find someone with good oral skills.” So Xena takes that advice and being of a literal bent kidnaps her mother’s bard, Gabrielle. From there on the reader is taken on a humorous adventure as the couple cope with scheming henchmen, naked amazons, comas and assorted odd adventures. Enginerd creates a wonderfully wacky alternative universe that deftly combines humor and adventure.
Fire And Ice Series by Stein Willard – 170 pages
Kris Ingersson thought she had everything she could ever want. Fearless and respected, the blonde Viking single-mindedly crisscrossed the oceans in search of fame and fortune. That was until the day she laid eyes on a fiery Spanish pirate. It was only then that she realized that no fortune would ever be complete unless the golden-eyed pirate was part of it.
From noble descent and reluctant to be part of the superficial, backstabbing women vying for attention at the Spanish Court, Morgana craved the adventure the wide open sea offered. Freedom and the dangerous swells of the great seas was all she thought she needed to feel alive. But destiny had more in store for her. It came in the form of the most beautiful and the most unattainable of the female specie.
A Safe Place by Xenasgrrl – 247 pages
Summary: Paige needs a safe place to heal after a horrible attack. Can Madison help her find one?
I Know This Bar Series by KD Bard – 580 pages
I Know This Bar
Two strangers meet, fall in love, form a friendship that can withstand just about anything, and may or may not live happily ever after. And not necessarily in that order.
The sequel to I Know This Bar finds the pair trying to nuture their budding relationship.
We Do What We Can
The sequel to Houdini’s Box
A Thousand Kisses
The sequel to We Do What We Can!
It is the continuing story in the Jaden and Grace Series.
Starts immediately following At Last.
Trace And Shannon Series by JW Heart 120 pages
Summary: In part 1, Summer Of Need, The need for a summer job leads Trace home. What she finds will alter two lives. What she loses may change her forever. In part 2, Meanwhile Back At The Ranch, it’s four years later and Trace returns home. Part 3 is The Winter Of Discontent, and it has strong holiday themes with altercations with vicious elves and children in the thrall of Santa’s arrival. The final story, part 4, is The Last Hurrah. Trace and her friends, as well as a few new additions to the “family” end the series with a bang.
Tango and Starbird by Kerry McCommon
Tango by Kerry McCommon – 51 pages
Love blooms between Kay and Carter on a space station that soon may be in danger.
Starbird by Kerry McCommon – 59 pages
In this sequel to Tango, Kay has rejoined the Federation during a time of crisis.
The Road Trip by Dee – 151 pages
A story of a young woman traveling on her own across the US, and a troubled soul with whom she is entangled, in an adventure filled with violence, rescue and love.
The Return by Tas – 306 pages
A SciFi/Fantasy tale where the lives of two people entwine to continue a Dynasty based on Love and Honor. I don’t do angst so there is none and I’m a mushball at heart, read at your own risk.
Take the Wind by Michelle L. Frazier – 40 pages
Summary: A pirate attacks another ship, and takes everything she and her crew can carry away . . .including the small blonde cabin “boy.”
Personal Assistant by KAT – 250 pages
A celebrity falls for her personal assistant.
My Protector by J. C. Wilder – 80 pages
A Major from the 21st Century is revived in the 22nd to face life as a slave to the empress in a society under rebellion.
More Than There Are Stars by loubug – 87 pages
Two souls find one another and a love as eternal as the stars around them. Destined to be together, Robin and Sarah will face there greatest enemies, and bask in the joy and abilities that only true soul mates can share. Join them in a fantastic outer-space adventure.
Star Dust by loubug – 65 pages
Commander Robin Sword and her soul mate Sarah embark on a journey that will test their love and their courage and their commitment to creating a galaxy free of war. Along the way they will encounter mystical beings, hidden lands and an unraveling prophecy that will change their lives forever.
Hunting Season Series by Helen Smith – 300 pages
North America, 2050. Ariel Pedersen, controversial prize winning author, has survived one assassination attempt, thanks to her lover, security consultant Quinn Thanatos. But in a world where guns have proliferated, public executions are commonplace and Christianity has migrated far afield from what it’s founder intended, writers who speak their minds on thorny issues must be prepared to pay the price. Someone wants Ariel dead, and Quinn is determined to catch the would-be killer before the unthinkable happens.
The year is 2050, a little over a month after the events of Hunting Season. Quinn and Ariel, ably assisted by the staff of Thanatos Security, set out to learn the fate of Ariel’s niece, missing and presumed dead at the hands of a serial killer, who just may be her brother, Scott. Join the hunt, through strip joints, cafes, churches and bars, as they painstakingly assemble evidence that leads unerringly to a murderer.
Set the universe of Quinn Thanatos and Ariel Pederson, it follows Family Values and takes place about three months after that one ends. You can read, and I hope, enjoy this one without reading the two previous ones (Hunting Season and Family Values), but you’ll get more out of this if you do.
Vampire Hunter Series by JP
Hunting Clarion by JP – 104 pages
The gist…well it’s a little too complicated to just say a Vampire Hunter and a Vampire meet up and butt heads, so I suggest just reading it.
Return Of The Prodigal – 168 pages
Our unlikely duo of Hunter and Vampire are on the lam and on the search for a certain Master with special plans for the human race. As always a little love and romance, some fearsome fighting, and lots of help from things that go bump in the night.
Blue Oblivion by JP – 150 pages
A singer and a gangster’s sister start an unlikely romance amidst dark pasts, unpromised futures, family vendettas and the crimes of youth.
A Rose In Blue by JP – 131 pages
In this sequel to Blue Oblivion we find Blue and Conner making an attempt live an love outside the reach of mob rule. Good intentions are cast to the side as our girls find themselves caught between people with scores to settle and people that don’t appreciate progress.
Strong Wimmen Of Princetown Trilogy by Norsebard – 270 pages
Outlaw Blues by Norsebard
The first story in the Strong Wimmen Of Princetown Trilogy. Two women meet by accident on a stagecoach to Princetown, Arizona Territory in 1879 – Mathilda Brown, a young redhead who’s just been released after serving three years in a Correctional Institution for Wayward Women, and Blackie Durham, a feared outlaw with a Peacemaker on her hip and a cool glare in her ice blue eyes. What neither of the two seemingly mismatched women know is that their arrival on the dusty streets of Princetown will set events in motion that will turn the entire community upside down.
The Ballad of Victoria Lynn by Norsebard
The second story in the Strong Wimmen Of Princetown Trilogy. Karla Stuart works at the Circle Y ranch as a horse wrangler and driver for ‘Gentleman’ George Ballentine. When the boss’ daughter, Yvonne, returns to the ranch to learn the ropes, Karla’s hopes of a joyful reunion with the green-eyed beauty she used to have a severe crush on when they were teenagers are dashed when she discovers that eight years at a boarding school can really change a young woman – but soon, events transpire that make all the strong women of Princetown band together to save their community.
Lady Yvonne’s Reel by Norsebard
The third and final story in the Strong Wimmen Of Princetown Trilogy. Deputy Sheriff Victoria Lynn Cooper has always been a woman of action – until now. Unable to work after an accident, she slips into a haze of cheap whisky and self-loathing that seems impossible for her to break out of on her own. The fact that her beloved Princetown has been overrun by bandits and cutthroats of all types only worsens her condition… but maybe the kind, mature Nurse Emily Mason can help?
The White One by Lace Priest – 36 pages
Summary: In this supernatural tale, secrets sometimes can be a good thing.
Fusion by J. A. Zollicoffer – 92 pages
Cameron and Antoinette are both loners, with very big secrets. But when they meet, they finally understand what making a supernatural connection with another person can mean.
The Reawakening by J. A. Zollicoffer – 269 pages
The world has changed, and new ways of living had to be found. This story takes place in a post apocalyptic world where the citizens had to start over and carve out a fresh existence, much like the pioneers had to do. Troi Donner is a sentry for her village, and Keller Morgan is a recent escapee from hers. When their paths cross it is the catalyst that is necessary to reveal long hidden truths.
Generations Trilogy by J. A. Zollicoffer – 450 pages
Generations: Book 1 by J. A. Zollicoffer – 212 pages
Summary: Dani is an electrician that goes to a club one night to unwind, not knowing that her future is there waiting for her. Lisa is a school teacher, coming out of a bad divorce, looking to have a little fun, she goes out with her friends to a local bar hoping to put the past behind her. When a tall dark woman introduces herself to the blonde, her life is changed forever.
Generations: Book 2 by J. A. Zollicoffer – 124 pages
Summary: Dani and Lisa settle down and start a life that changes everyone around them.
Generations: Book 3 by J. A. Zollicoffer – 111 pages
Summary: Dani and Lisa find out, that raising children, isn’t always smooth sailing.
Street Life by J. A. Zollicoffer – 123 pages
It’s just another busy day in the ER for Dr. Taylor Winslow until an injured homeless woman is wheeled in. Their attraction to one another will cause Taylor to make life choices that she had never considered before.
Sands of Change by J. A. Zollicoffer – 157 pages
Summary: Shannon Reynolds is a social worker that grew up in an abusive household. After a particularly bad beating social services removes the fourteen year old girl and her eight year old brother from the home. They are put into a foster home where they thrive until the death of their elderly foster parents. Then they are sent to a group home where Shannon can stay until her eighteenth birthday.
Morgan McCray is rookie State Police officer that has tried for most of her life to separate herself from the criminal that raised her. She is on patrol with her training officer one night when a call comes in that a girl has taken her younger brother from a group home.
When the siblings are spotted running near the beach Morgan takes chase on foot. When she catches up with the exhausted girl she is stunned when she is asked for help. Right there in the sand of a dark deserted beach a journey of discovery begins for the young women.
Young at Heart by Muzza – 220 pages
In this sensitive Uber set in the present day UK, Tegan is barely 16 when, after an assault she ends up shunned by her family and alone. Chance brings her into Jamie’s life, and she not only finds a place to live, but a job, and much, much more than she ever thought she’d find.
Ramses and Sarah Series by Ali Vali – 140 pages
To Capture A Heart
A story set in Egypt about Ramses IV a female pharaoh. She falls in love with a Hebrew slave named Sarah and her son Samuel. It is the beginning of a new era in ancient Egypt and the first story about the love shared by these two women.
Promise Me Forever
This is the sequel to “To Capture a Heart.” The story starts four months after Sarah and her son Samuel have come to live at the palace with Ramses. They are getting ready to move to the summer palace to prepare for the birth of their second child when tragedy strikes. It is the second story of the woman pharaoh and her Hebrew slave queen.
Sex, Wives And Misunderstandings
A few months after the birth of their second son, Ram, Sarah and Ramses are having trouble finding time to be alone. The more they try to build on the bond they have the more misunderstandings there is between them. This is the third chapter in the Nile series, and in the end, well I’m not going to tell you the end.
Renegade by Cheyne – 280 pages
What would you do if one minute you were in the 21st century and the next you were in the 19th? One day you’re driving a Mustang and the next day you’re riding one? Dirty cop Trace Sheridan faces this dilemma as she moves from a present day mob war to a range war over a hundred years in the past, not remembering how she got there. The year is 1879, when cattle barons, crooked lawmen, saloons, painted ladies, cowboys and Indians ruled the Wild West, and laws were only as strong as the gunman who upheld them. In Sagebrush, the town and the sheriff belong to the Cranes, who take what they want or bad things happen. Trace finds this out firsthand when she ends up on the land of Rachel Young, a struggling ranch woman who won’t give in to the merciless cattle baron and his obsessed son. For some unexplainable reason, Rachel trusts the enigmatic Trace who uses 21st century sensibilities to battle 19th century turmoil, while Trace is forced to keep the secret of her origin from the attractive and vulnerable Rachel. Renegade is a story of redemption in its purest form as Trace discovers what truly matters in life and how past really is prologue.
Whips and Chains by Larisa – 36 pages
When JD takes off on her Harley after a performance with her band, Whips and Chains, she never thought that she’d end up body slamming into a buffalo. Or being body slammed by a small blonde with sea green eyes. Doc Yancy thinks she just has a mysterious woman now living on her ranch. What scares JD most of all is what will happen when Doc learns her true-identity.
Striker by Larisa – 48 pages
After consuming large amounts of beer during a drinking game, Striker is dared to kiss the next person to walk by. With one kiss, everything changes in her small world. Especially since the person she kissed is a new employee that her father has just hired.
Semper Fi by Larisa – 73 pages
Brennan Magdoon joins the Marine Corps right out of law school to follow a family tradition, and finds out that it’s not as easy as she has been told, especially after meeting her Senior Drill instructor GySgt Ronnie Flaherty. Flaherty can make a Candidate DOR with one steely glance. Then there’s her Assistant Drill Instructors who keep her laughing. She finds her life changing far more that she thought and it would all because of 6ft of dark SDI with a pair of ice blue eyes.
Savage Winds by Larisa – 35 pages
In this western set in the times where settlers were going out west into Ohio and Kentucky, Silver, finds the only survivor of a raid: a small blond who’s name is Rebecca. Her family gone, Becca takes to Silver and she returns the taking, making trouble for both as their cultures clash and their bond grows.
Rogue Warrior by Larisa – 51 pages
A tow truck driver rescues a school bus driver from roadside thugs.
Reason Of Insanity by Larisa – 64 pages
The Judge cracked a small smile and nodded his head, eyeing Special Prosecuting Attorney Sylvie Jonis & former Psychiatrist now profiler Blade Williams. “We’ve got four patients that were committed after they were sentenced guilty for reason of insanity; each one responsible for heinous crimes that took lives. Over the last two years, they’ve been released. Now we have one dead doctor and his patient that spends money from the grave, and one Albert J. Johnston that has gone missing from the nut house.” So who’s going to do a little snooping? Brushing her dark bangs out of her eyes, Blade gave them an evil grin after she was volunteered. After this is over with, you two owe me big time; I want a bottle of Remy Martin so I can drink myself stupid. It doesn’t take long for that one bottle to be upped to at least three, as Blade goes into the insanity of the place full of interesting characters, especially an endearingly scary, candy-gobbling blonde in footy PJ’s who’s fav phrase “Who’s your daddy?” just about makes her melt. The antics will keep the reader rolling until the very end.
The Phantom by Larisa – 90 pages
For the past two weeks, Branson Mahoney had been trying to catch the person who had been destroying equipment, materials and causing her building project to come to a screeching halt. Now with the backers breathing down her neck and her employees ready to quit, she took it into her own hands to find the culprit. Callaway J. Kuhrt made her way towards the trailer to make sure that no one was sleeping inside. Over the past two weeks, she had watched from a distance and then come into the site under the cover of darkness. What will happen these two finally met up? They will change each other forever, and teach everyone a thing or two about about what women can do.
Mender Of Souls by Larisa – 61 pages
Dr. Isabeau De La Croix practically lives at City Hospital, but one night she’s swept away by her cousin to the local bar. A tall dark woman who works there as the Cooler, who has been nick named the Widow Maker, catches her eye and her heart. More lies below the surface of the Widow Maker than what she shows, and her life is in danger because of it.
Lost by Larisa – 20 pages
A strange acting customer enters Denny’s restaurant, and havoc ensues. This is simply one of the funniest, most off the wall stories you will ever read.
The Ice Princess by Larisa – 70 pages
The ER Chief Besom had two choices – either fire Dr. Shay Gerard, whom he’d just heard the umpteenth complaint against or turn it over to the one person who could find out the deepest secrets of a spy. Enter Pez – tall, long dark hair and eyes that could pierce into your very soul…and Chief of Surgery. Can her unorthodox ways help her help Shay? What…who is she afraid of? Read on and find out, although somewhat graphic, this is yet another romp in the warped world of Larisa that will make you laugh and cry.
Emotional Paralysis by Larisa – 52 pages
When Cameron is in a car accident with her Fiancee, her life changes for the worst when she finds out that she will be wheel chair bound for the rest of her life. Her anger and pain causes her to lash out at every one around her. She becomes the most feared patient to all the therapists that are trying to help her. Until Sean is called to her house to find out why she isn’t answering her door. It becomes a battle of wills as to who will win in the end.
Diablo’s Island by Larisa – 92 pages
Sonji and her so-called girlfriend end up on an island that is not quite as deserted as they first thought. The owner of Diablo Island, is not exactly happy to see them. However, when the tall, dark-haired island owner and the little blondes’ eyes meet, there are sparks aplenty. Neither woman is what she seems, but it seems that their destinies are intertwined in this whirlwind romance, that along with it’s usual Larisa happy ending, includes a simian wrecking crew and colorfully interesting parental units.
Day Walker by Larisa – 55 pages
Get ready to meet Memphis Belle and Luka and go Cajun in this tasty tale by the Mistress of Maybem and Weird Relatives! You will re-write what you know about vampires and roll on the floor laughing in this very funny and sometimes violent gem set in Mardi Gras country, where romance…ahh…Sprouts, and the characters are out of this world…literally!
Da Nang by Larisa – 52 pages
MSgt Zachary is fighting a war that the US refuses to acknowledge. With a man wounded, she has to come out
of the jungle or risk losing him. She heads to the 91st Eval Hospital carrying him across her shoulder, and refuses to move from the small window that goes into the OR room. After the surgery is complete, she comes face to face with a
small nurse who has the guts to insult her. More amazing to her is she lets her live afterward.
Crash Course – 42 pages
Tall, blue-eyed Largo Coogan, was having her first weekend off in weeks and she planned on spending it fishing at the Shenandoah River. Little did she know that she would run into Garrison Dexter…both literally and figuratively. The little blonde would turn her world upside down and then some.
Cougar and Ransom Series by Larisa
1. Cougar’s Ransom – 50 pages
After losing her partner/lover in a firefight during a sting operation gone bad, Detective Jacolby drowns her sorrow with alcohol. After six months she’s transferred to a new unit: Vice. CJ is a cop on the edge, and is met with mixed emotions from the other officers in her new unit. Her first assignment puts her on the streets of Washington, DC busting prostitutes and johns. But what really irks her is the fact that she now has a new partner and must pose as her pimp.
2. Baby Makes Three – 49 pages
In this sequel to Cougar’s Ramson, Detective Jacolby and Ramson continue to work together and play together, and get into trouble once more along with their kookie co-workers Raven & O’Reilly. They also decide to start a family.
Chase the Storm by Larisa – 67 pages
In usual Larisa fashion, the laughs are a mile a minute as spitfire TV anchor Gavin De la Rouge, gets a two-month assignment with ‘The Storm Troopers,’ whose rep as computer geeks, weather freaks and probably perverts, is the least of her problems. Truth is, the Troopers, headed by the taciturn Dr. T. Storm, are as much proficient professionals heading into danger trying to predict the next twister, as they are nuts. Gavin shortly fits right in with Beavis, Butkis, Dustball & Andy, and especially tall, blue-eyed, Mini Me-toting T., who just can’t help falling for the short blonde anchor. Get set for great laughs and a fast-paced read that will leave a big smile on your face!
Capon’s Savage by Larisa – 57 pages
Dash Monroe is a photo-journalist for the Washington Traveler, assigned to the annual Bungee Jumping event from Capon’s Bridge, West Virginia. In a place full fo history and mystery, a routine shoot takes an unexpected turn that will take Dash face-to-face with the legendary Capon Savage, the past and the future. A slight departure from her usual for this author, this is one story of thought, mysticism, romance, history and many a laugh that’s sure to please all!
Buried Prejudices by Larisa – 93 pages
FBI Director Jericho Chamaune has a hobby of trying to solve the cases of missing women dating back ten years of more. One day her assistant director Stan gives her yet another folder of a missing woman. Like several others, she is a college student from Texas. In all the time she has been working the case, they have yet to find any sign of the missing women. When she placed the picture of the latest missing young woman on her wall, she could not tear her eyes away from the green eyes looking back at her. One day a friend working at the nearby hospital calls her. A woman has been found lying beside a road and brought to the emergency room for treatment. At her first sight of the woman’s haunted green eyes, Jericho knows that this is the latest missing woman.
Body Parts Trilogy by Larisa
1. Body Parts – 58 pages
Detective Xepher Sallano, trying to solve what appear to be serial murders, keeps running into dead ends…literally. Then the Medical Examiner dies in the midst of the investigation, and his replacement is makes Sallano see red. It’s hate at first sight for Chief Medical Examiner Brianna Meadows, too. Or is it? As the murders get more gruesome, Detective and ME find themselves involved…in more ways than one. This is another of Larisas’ gripping tales with unconventional characters, laughs, love and gore, that will keep you spellbound.
2. Lover’s Tryst – 76 pages
When Councilman Davidson is found dead, what looks like a simple case of kink gone wrong, leads to more than anyone expected. In this sequel to “Body Parts,” Larisa constructs another murder mystery that places Xepher and Brian right in the middle of it…and into certain danger.
3. Ripper’s Heart – 58 pages
In this third story, Brian and Xepher encounter a killer that’s targetting not just them, but their newly arrived friends, Danny and Sam. In classic Larisa fashion, Bri and Sam, the ‘infante terribles’ of the medical field will make you howl at thier antics, and be glad they are not related to them in any way. This is another great murder and mayhem tale in this series.
The Blues by Larisa – 103 pages
As if the insanity of the ER were not enough, St. Luke’s Hospital in Washington D.C. features the insanity of one Dr. Jack and her associate loonies, which makes poor Dr. Waylon Porter want to scream. Enter the a tall woman with long black wild looking hair, baggy clothes and the voice of an angel that captured everyone’s attention including hers, who with a group of bums stood singing in front of a captive audience of senior citizens that had come from the bus wreck right outside hospital doors! Waylon calls upstairs for a Psych consult, only to find out that the ‘blue-eyed bum’ is none other than Dr. Hudson ‘The Dude’ Halgenberg, the hospital psychiatrist. So the fun continues in this zany tale of love and suspense sure to grab you!
Blue Calm by Larisa – 88 pages
Tucker Danes is supposed to be on vacation in Hawaii with her fiancée Steve, and it’s NOT what she expected. All he cared about was making a good impression with his boss, and Tucker was asking herself why she was with that looser. Then the unthinkable happens and Tucker leaves him, set on returning home to Texas as soon as possible. As fate would have it, she can’t get a flight home, and ends up at Mama’s. There she’ll experience what Hawaii and surfing are all about, the antics of Furball, Ripples and Dunc, and what love looks like when she looks into eyes as blue as the ocean.
Blazing Dreams by Larisa – 34 pages
Brandy Chancellor had just inherited a dilapidated house she from her late aunt. The yard looked like a hay field waiting to be cut and bailed, and every window in the place was either broken completely, out, or cracked so bad it needed to be replaced. A construction worker, she decides to make it her home, and gets some unexpected help from her enigmatic and mysterious neighbor, Rowan.
The Real Housewives of Wolfgang County by Jenny Frame – 40 pages
A story of family, love, loyalty and passion. The “Real Housewives of Wolfgang County” gives you a snapshot into the lives of extraordinary creatures living ordinary lives . Dante Wolfgang, Alpha of the Wolfgang pack, would do anything to protect her family and her pack. Dante is surrounded by her most powerful and loyal wolves, who have only one goal in mind, to keep the pack strong and secure. When an intruder threatens, will the Alpha be able to protect what is hers? Find out in the new title by Jenny Frame. A story of a wolf pack that live by one motto. “Fortis et Fidelis”. Strong and Faithful.
Dylan Morgan Show – Seasons 1 and 2 by Jenny Frame
Dylan Morgan Show Season One by Jenny Frame – 290 pages
Dylan Morgan is a successful TV star, and is famous all over the world. Unlike her TV persona, she is in fact an awkward loner, who struggles to relate and communicate with women. Estranged from her family, Dylan leads a lonely life. One night, while making her way home, she walks into a diner and her life is changed forever.
Dylan Morgan Show Season Two by Jenny Frame – 240 pages
After being kidnapped by her ex partner. Emily Taylor is praying she will be rescued before Toni can do any lasting damage. Will Dylan, Jackson and the police reach her in time?
At First Sight by Colleen
At First Sight by Colleen – 196 pages
Jamie Sheridan, a tall dark beauty who is a proof-reader by day and a limo driver by night, has just begun trying to get on with her life after a somewhat shady past, when she decides to accept her co-worker’s invitation for a get-together at her house. There, Jamie meets someone who might just make all the difference – Erin Casey. Erin is Bridgett’s younger sister, a beautiful blonde writer blinded in an accident, who seems to ‘see’ into Jamies’ very soul. Follow this sweet and moving tale as their relationship develops, moving past emotional baggage and adversity.
Seeing You Again For the First Time by Colleen – 240 pages
In the sequel to ‘At First Sight,’ Colleen again gives us a stunningly wonderful continuation of Jamie and Erins’ love tale, but introducing a dire turn of events, which takes the reader to desperation and back along with the characters. Intermingled with the magic of Ireland and the wisdom of very wise soul, the embers of hope are stirred for love to make its way back into bonded hearts…and it will be a miracle to rejoice.
Blindsided by Colleen – 228 pages
After a fun filled honeymoon, Erin and Jamie return home to start their life together. They make some important decisions about their future and are soon confronted with a few surprises, some happy and some not. But together they can face anything.
Mist of Pieria by Annmaray – 290 pages
Summary: Another telling of the aftermath of Ides of March.
Images by F.J. Davey – 127 pages
Summary: Looking for a change in music, direction and image, a band hires an agency to help with the makeover. What will happen when the agency’s owner, Kathryn, meets the headstrong and charismatic lead singer, Storm?
Time Has No Meaning by Stone – 125 pages
Danielle Hamilton recognized that The Station and some of her old friends weren’t exactly the same. But the raven-haired woman standing in front of her is definitely the woman pictured in the locket she’d been admiring just before everything went blank. Jess Blain didn’t know who the woman was or how she had appeared, and until she did, she planned on keeping Danielle close. When the two have to pose as lovers to keep Danielle from being hanged, everyone questions the timing, since Jess Blain was recently accused of murdering the woman in her life. Add to this a civil war, a locket with a picture of a woman dressed in men’s clothing, an undeniable desire and an unsolved mystery and enjoy the ride as past and present collide.
Lord Conqueror Of The Realm by Warriorjudge
Love/Sex Warning/Disclaimer: These stories involve both love and sex. At times the sex is rough/raw. The first story has violent/non-consensual sex. If you are sensitive to reading these types of scenes do not read this series.
Lord Conqueror of the Realm – 235 pages
Xena the Conqueror purchases Gabrielle, a young body slave – these are the chronicles of their lives.
Queen of the Realm – 195 pages
This story is a sequel to the story “Lord Conqueror of the Realm.” The Conqueror, Queen Gabrielle and their daughter Princess Athena travel together to Amazon lands in order to catch the one responsible for a series of mysterious attacks committed against the Amazons, threatening to disturb the peace in the region. While there a major event occurs that drives a wedge between the Conqueror and Queen Gabrielle, which forces them to examine their complex relationship.
Princess of the Realm – 330 pages (ongoing)
Queen Gabrielle is with child and the Conqueror is anxious.Instability in the north behooves the Conqueror to make a momentous decision which greatly effects her firstborn’s life and drives a wedge between her and her family creating discord that threatens to destroy her Empire.
Twilight by Kim Pritekel – 371 pages
Talented rock star Christine Grey is out of control and both her life and career hang in the balance. One night a nurse and part-time clown enters her life and begins the process of turning herself around.
Touchdown (there) by Kim Pritekel with Alexa Hoffman – 81 pages
A Cheerleader wonders why any girl would want to play football, but she is surprised to find a compassionate and gentle soul beneath the athletic surface and is drawn deeper into the relationship.
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