Attracting beautiful women has never been a problem for Xander Thorpe. He's tall, strong, intelligent, and successful - what's not to like? Despite the seemingly endless string of stunning women who try to attach themselves to this oh, so eligible bachelor, Xander remains haunted by the always lovely Autumn Hallman, the uber-efficient office manager for The Thorpe Group. Although Xander and Autumn's office arguments are frequent and animated, for Xander they are a cherished part of the day. Autumn hates it every time a beautiful woman walks through the doors of The Thorpe Group, because she knows that the woman is (or will be) Xander's next fling. She tries very hard not to let Xander get to her, but somehow he is able to get under her skin. She tries to initiate an office truce, but the despicable man just keeps on bringing his lady loves into the office! In her mind it is unprofessional and inappropriate. Others may be intimidated by him, but she's not afraid to confront him! What will happen if their true feelings for each other can break through the barriers that their office battles have created?
Â©2014 Elizabeth Lennox (P)2015 Elizabeth Lennox
Amid the carnage of war, he commandeers far more than just her home. Widowed plantation owner Emaline McDaniels has struggled to hold on to her late husband's dreams. Despite the responsibilities resting on her slender shoulders, she'll not let anyone wrest away what's left of her way of life - particularly a Yankee officer who wants to set up winter camp on her land. With a defiance born of desperation, she defends her home as though it were the child she never had - and no mother gives up her child without a fight. Despite the brazen wisp of a woman pointing a gun at his head, Colonel Reece Cutteridge has his orders. Requisition Shapinsay - and its valuable livestock - for his regiment's use, and pay her with Union vouchers. He never expected her fierce determination, then her concern for his wounded, to upend his heart - and possibly his career. As the armies go dormant for the winter, battle lines are drawn inside the mansion. Yet just as their clash of wills shifts to forbidden passion, the tides of war sweep Reece away. And now their most desperate battle is to survive the war with their lives - and their love - intact. Warning: This novel contains complex emotions and battlefield gallantry wrapped around the inherent risks of falling in love with one's enemy.
Â©2012 Cindy Nord (P)2012 Audio Realms Publishing, Co.
Thrust into a war she did not choose, Sarah Fanum yearns for simpler times. Times when all she had to worry about were bad crops or bad weather. Unfortunately, fate had other plans. Set in 1776, my short story A Christmas Crossing describes the night that changed the course of the Revolutionary War. It is not your typical Christmas story, but one that has affected every fabric of our lives as Americans. I was inspired to write A Christmas Crossing after visiting Yorktown, VA. I have always been enamored by the Revolutionary War and wanted to share my love for history with my love for Christmas. I hope you enjoy it.
Â©2011 Lemon Press Publishing (P)2012 Lemon Press Publishing
The people of planet Earth have suffered the tides of war for six long years, but it's not their war. Earth is the battleground for the thousand-year conflict between the invading Hahnshin and the Godan warriors of the Galactic Confederation. Mira Donazetto's only concern is for her family's survival, so when she's offered work as a translator for the Godan, she jumps at the chance and right into the arms of the new First Commander, Roark. Her heart says she should trust this alien warrior, but how can she when he has the power to take away everything she holds dear. Roark's new command post is a disaster with a long list of problems that he must address, including dissension among his officers. The last thing he needs is to have his heart touched by a woman who may be a traitor. It's a whole new world and a whole new love story in a whole new series called Women of Earth.
Â©2015 Jacqueline Rhoades (P)2016 Jacqueline Rhoades
What happens when a proper Midwestern Catholic girl falls hard for a free-spirited pioneer of the 1960's recreational drug scene?
In this harrowing memoir, Jeanne Reed unwinds a tangled tale of sex, drugs, betrayal, and redemption. As her life moves from a sheltered girlhood in Milwaukee to nights of wine and decadence in 1960's Haight Ashbury, then back to the Midwest for a complicated marriage and even more complicated divorce, Jeanne learns what it means to live with an addict- and discovers the strength to get her life back.
Â©2018 Jeanne Reed (P)2019 Jeanne Reed
Always feeling overshadowed by her pretty and outgoing sister, quiet and self-effacing Wynne Donazetto's dreams of college and building a life of her own were lost when Earth was invaded by two warring alien forces. Earth changed, but Wynne didn't. Seven years later, Wynne is still living in her sister's shadow. She's comfortable there... until her life explodes along with the starliner she's travelling on and she ends up in the arms of a sexy space-aged smuggler called Tor. Tor's life revolves around his ship and his crew and both have been taken from him. He'll do whatever it takes to get them back, even if it means sacrificing himself. Meeting the woman of his dreams is a complication he doesn't need. Together with Tor and his eclectic alien crew, Wynne sets off on the adventure of a lifetime to retrieve a stolen spaceship and its cargo of kidnapped Women of Earth. Along the way, she'll discover a strength she never knew she had and a love that will change her life forever.
Â©2015 Jacqueline Rhoades (P)2017 Jacqueline Rhoades