After Math by Denise Grover Swank

Synopsis: Scarlett Goodwin’s world is divided into Before and After. Before she agreed to tutor Tucker Price, college junior Scarlett was introvert, struggling with her social anxiety and determined to not end up living in a trailer park like her mother and her younger sister. A mathematics major, she goes to her classes, to her job in the tutoring lab, and then hides in the apartment she shares with her friend, Caroline. After junior Tucker Price, Southern University’s star soccer player enters the equation, her carefully plotted life is thrown off its axis. Tucker’s failing his required College Algebra class. 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

Excerpt ~ Goodness of Fit by Missy Marciassa

“So what can I do for you, Mr. Williams?” It seemed like the right question to ask, an appropriate, business-like question. We needed to get on track. “Please, call me Wes.” So they really did call him Wes. I couldn’t stop myself from smiling. “Then please call me Zoe.” He gave me another genuine smile that had my stomach fluttering again in a way that wasn’t at all businesslike. “Zoe.” How did he manage to make my name sound sexy? I blinked, trying to clear my head as he continued talking. “I guess it’s best we’re on a first-name basis.” Read More

Goodness of Fit by Missy Marciassa

Synopsis: Zoe Tawn is about to finish her bachelor’s degree and start a PhD program in quantitative psychology. Yet her friends don’t think she’s quite ready to graduate: she still hasn’t played her v-card. Zoe’s friends don’t know her v-card was played years ago; she doesn’t talk about that crap. She does agree that dating would make her a more well-rounded individual, however, so she tries, and realizes the dating game isn’t for her: she’s a geek, not a flirt. Zoe decides to utilize her strengths with the mantra “Smart is the new sexy” and develops a predictive model for companionship to replace those outdated compatibility questionnaires. Her model goes viral in no Read More

Next to You by Claudia Y. Burgoa

Synopsis: Him …I need time. Time to heal those wings and learn to use them… Was part of the letter Rebecca Trent, Daniel Brightmore’s fiancée and best friend left when she ran away. The person he trusted the most for the past decade disappeared without giving him a second glance. She taught him how to love, believe in family and that everyone deserves a happily ever after. Now he’s struggling between wiping any traces of her from his life and drowning his sorrows away with the help of his new best friends—Don Julio and Jack Daniels. Her Rebecca’s past suffocated Read More