Excerpt ~ The Secret Life of Amy Bensen Series by Lisa Renee Jones‏

Chapter 1 Amy… My name is all that is written on the plain white envelope taped to the mirror. I step out of the stall inside the bathroom of Manhattan’s Metropolitan Museum, and the laughter and joy of the evening’s charity event I’ve been enjoying fades away. Fear and dread slam into me, shooting adrenaline through my body. No. No. No. This cannot be happening and yet it is. It is, and I know what it means. Suddenly, the room begins to shift and everything goes gray. I fight the flashback I haven’t had in years, but I am already Read More

Excerpt ~ Trapped by Beverley Kendall

“Great, and I appreciate that,” he says, his tone heavy on the sarcasm. “But this is for Bree and you know I would do anything for her.” Right. Bree comes first. As she should. “Oh I know you would,” I reply, in total agreement with that. “You love her. You moved back home to be with her. You quit football for her. You’ve canceled plans for her. Believe me, Mitch, I can clearly see how much you love her.” There’s a beat of silence and then he says, “Wait, isn’t that supposed to be a good thing? I thought that’s Read More

Excerpt ~ Carnival by K.B. Nelson

There’s a pained look on his face as he draws out slowly. My fingers dig into his back as he tortuously steals himself away from me. Once he’s at the edge of undoing me, he pauses and swivels on his knees. His breath is ragged as his body shakes. I sweep my palm against his flushed cheek. “Okay?” he asks under his breath. I nod. And he drives into me, filling me to the hilt. My vision goes black. An entire galaxy exploding is painted before my eyes. I pull him closer to me as he begins thrusting erratically. He’s Read More

Excerpt ~ Wreck Me by Maria E. Monteiro

~ Chapter 1 ~ The Morning After The sun beams on my face forcing my brain to wake up from a deep sleep. I try to open my eyes but they seam to be glued shut. Struggling, I manage to open one and then the other. Rapidly I blink bringing some needed moister to them. My head feels like it has ten pounds of lead in it. A scent of stale beer brings on a wave of nausea. Without moving an inch my eyes begin to bounce around the room. A white popcorn ceiling with an unrecognizable lighting fixture. Bare Read More

Excerpt ~ Bad Boy Redemption

The cheers going up, the whooping and screaming, ear-drum blasting noise, wasn’t for the headlining band. It wasn’t even for the second support. That lung-fuelled anarchy, rocking the room to the very foundations was for my band – Storm. The guys I managed. Every single person in that huge, sold out venue cried out for one more song, one more moment, a chance to wring out the last drops of magic as though clinging to a lover in the morning light. This was what fame felt like: rapturous, loud and hungry. The guys had just done the last song of Read More