Singular tastes. That’s what the Wilders are known for. I’m no exception. The world sees me as nothing more than a hedonistic pretty boy. But not everything is as it appears. One thing is certain. I’m a man who knows no boundaries. With no soul and no conscience, I’m free to take what I want. Including a deadly covert agent with a sassy mouth and an angelic smile. She doesn’t know it yet, but when Delilah shed her web of lies, she waltzed into mine. Now I’m free to enjoy her as I please.
About the Author:
A confirmed city-girl, Eva Charles moved to rural Western Massachusetts in 2014. She found herself living in the woods with no job, no friends (unless you count the turkey, deer, and coyote roaming the backyard), and no children underfoot, wondering what on earth she had been thinking. But as it turned out, it was the perfect setting to take all those yarns spinning in her head and weave them into steamy love stories.
A romantic at heart, Eva looks forward to date night all week. The perfect evening includes well-crafted cocktails, a fabulous perfume, Cherry Garcia ice cream, and her husband, of course. If you add good friends, live jazz, and impossible shoes, she will follow you anywhere.
Eva holds a BA from Boston College, and a JD from the Washington College of Law. She spent a career working in domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, and civil rights. Aspects of this work often find their way into her books.
When she’s not writing sexy stories, trying to squeeze information out of her tight-lipped sons, or playing with the two cutest dogs you’ve ever seen, Eva’s creating chapters in her own love story.
Who needs more than bikes and willing women? Not Cutter. Until he meets Greta, a former biker princess who turned her back on club life. She challenges him every step of the way, and Cutter doesn’t tolerate disobedience.
Greta lives by one rule: No Bikers. She didn’t escape her father’s MC and build a new life for herself just to be brought down by a dirty biker. Not even hot, domineering Cutter could change her mind.
Cutter is ready to play dirty. In their battle of wills, he begins to master her deepest desires. Can she find the inner strength to submit to him? Meanwhile, a danger from the past lurks in the shadows—ready to pounce.
Cutter’s Claim is a steamy, standalone bad boy biker romance with plenty of heat.
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Growing up in New York City, I used to walk the hot pavements in the melting heat of the long summers, and dream. Uptown to downtown, eastside to the westside, and underground to catch a subway racing out into the boroughs.
During my wanderings, my magic pencil spun out fantasies full of romance, with first meetings, heartbreaks, and reunions. Sometimes my boy crush (unrequited, of course) starred as the hero.
I grew up, and after a stint in art school, became a lawyer ‘cuz a woman’s got to make a living. I came from parents who fled to France as refugees, and as an attorney, I dedicated my work to helping survivors of trauma and persecution.
I believe in them. In their grit, in their determination to hold on, to pull through and, somehow, someway, to keep themselves intact, body and soul.
Perhaps that is why I am drawn to writing stories of men and women who live through heart-rending pain, desperate yearnings and, ultimately, reach a place of redemption.
For a long time, I fought the urge to veer off the expected, safe path until I couldn’t go on unless I took a chance and made a change. I began to write, stopped, and began again. Finally, I gave in and here I am.
Come join me on my journey…
They say a man’s power is measured by the smile on his woman’s face. But when that man is connected to the mob, his woman ain’t smiling. And his power is forged from his sins. I’m a product of the mean streets of Brooklyn, transplanted in Miami. The right hand to the heir of the Pastore Crime family. She’s a beautiful-but-tormented soul shining a light in the darkness of my life.
I can’t resist her. But I can’t have her either For us it’s til death do we part. Connected is a prequel to The Pastore Crime Family Series and was previously published as part of the Guns Blazing Anthology
Janine Infante Bosco lives in New York City, she has always loved reading and writing. When she was thirteen, she began to write her own stories and her passion for writing took off as the years went on. At eighteen, she even wrote a full screenplay with dreams of one day becoming a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Janine writes emotionally charged novels with an emphasis on family bonds, strong willed female characters, and alpha male men who will do anything for the women they love. She loves to interact with fans and fellow avid romance readers like herself.
She is proud of her success as an author and the friendships she’s made in the book community but her greatest accomplishment to date would be her two sons Joseph and Paul.
Genre: Romantic Suspense Release Date: September 28, 2020
Logan Storm, an ex-Delta Force sniper, with scars on the inside, is drifting through life on his way to nowhere. While trying to make peace with his past, Logan encounters a young bar owner and her brothers, with trouble brewing the size of Montana.
Skylar James is worn out. She’s trying to raise her two teenage brothers and hold on to the only home they’ve ever known: 500 acres won by her father in a poker game before they were born.
Luckily for Skylar, Logan finds the peace he’s been looking for in the all-American beauty and decides to stick around Ennis, Montana just as adversaries renew old feuds and bodies begin to pile up in the aftermath.
CP Smith lives in Oklahoma with her husband and five children. She loves football, reading, and card games. Writing for her is about escape. She writes what she loves to read, and leaves the rest to those with better imaginations.
Skylar James is trying to keep her brothers and her together after losing their father two years ago. She is raising two teenage boys, running her father’s bar and working hard to keep her brothers out of trouble and on the right path. When her older, estranged half-brother threatens their home and livelihood they are all worried. They have felt as if they are alone since their father died, but this threat against them will show them that they have always been had someone watching their backs. They have a hill to climb before they can find their footing and their lives can move forward the way they want it to, but with the help of unlikely allies and a man that shows up in town, they will find so much more than they thought they wanted.
Logan Storm is ex-Delta Forces. He left the service after losing his closest friends in an ambush, his brothers. He requested that when he retired, they let Max, their military dog leave with him, and his wish was granted. Now Max and Logan are traveling around the country looking for peace and a reprieve from the nightmares that plague Logan. When he wakes up and finds the beautiful countryside around him where he stopped for the night to sleep, he is ready to find coffee and move on, but fate has other ideas for him. Little does he know that the peace he has been searching for was in Ennis, Montana all along.
I loved this story. While it is a story of an ex-military man that is haunted by his demons of being at war and losing the three men that meant the world to him, it is also about family, and finding family in the most unexpected places, times, and ways. Skylar James has three brothers, two that she has mostly raised since she was ten years old and an older brother that has never wanted anything to do with her or her brothers, other than hurt them and destroy their world. Logan was an only child that was raised in the system and found family in the Army and Delta Force, as well as when he finds a young woman two teenage boys sitting along the side of the road looking so devastated. Little do any of them know that their worlds will be changed in more ways than one. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of this series. I hope it will be Ty and Jamie’s story next. The story was full of danger, actions, an awesome dog, and great characters.
Heaven Hill is my home. They took me in when no one else would, introduced me to my family, and have always been here for me. But now I’m on the outside, not able to help the woman who has my heart.
I’m stuck, unsure of what to do, and struggling badly.
If anyone should be able to make their wife happy, it’s their husband right?
Born a bastard, raised a Walker, and now a Barnett, I’ve never quite known who I am. Not until someone called me Mom.
In the aftermath of the biggest deception our club has ever faced, Dalton and I are trying to cope with the miscarriage of our child. The piece of light and hope we had at the end of the darkest times Heaven Hill has ever seen was snatched from us, and even though I’m trying to cope. It’s not going well.
Laramie Briscoe is the best-selling author of the Heaven Hill Series & the Rockin’ Country Series.
Since self-publishing her first book in May of 2013, Laramie Briscoe has published over 10 books. She’s appeared on the Top 100 Bestselling E-books Lists on iBooks, Amazon Kindle, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. She’s been called “a very young Maya Banks” (Amazon reviewer) and her books have been accused of being “sexy, family-oriented, romances with heart”.
When she’s not writing alpha males who seriously love their women, she loves spending time with friends, reading, and marathoning shows on her DVR. Married to her high school sweetheart, Laramie lives in Bowling Green, KY with her husband (the Travel Coordinator) and a sometimes crazy cat named Beau.
Holy emotional roller coaster! This story was so hard to read but so well written. It is deep, emotional, and a story that needed to be shared.
Mandy is so lost after miscarrying and she has so many demons that she can’t ask for the help that she so desperately needs. It leads to her ending up in a dangerous place in her head and her father finding her in the nick of time to save her and get her the help she needs, but will she ever be able to find the Mandy that is lurking inside of her and find her way back to her family and the life she so desperately wants? It will take a lot of work and a village, but she’s willing to do what it takes to take her life back.
Dalton has his own demons and when Mandy turns her back on him in her time of need, he doubts himself and the man he needs to be for his family. He is left to fend for himself and find out how to be a dad and take care of Walker. He has no clue what he’s doing but he also knows that he will have to reach out for help, and he has a lot of people that will help him. He wants his family back together and he needs to be honest with Mandy on his feelings and not hide from the tough situations. They both need to work on their communication skills if they want their marriage to work and their family to move forward.
I loved this story even though I read it through bleary eyes most of the time. It was so deep, touching, and eye opening. It was a hard read, but so worth it. Mental illness is something that has been ignored or hidden for so long. The struggle that one’s mind can cause is so hard to understand for anyone that has never had the struggle or gone through it with someone in their life. It can be a daily battle for some and until they reach out for help or get the help they so desperately need it can be very destructive to everyone that loves that person including themselves. This story is a beautiful love story of two people that struggle with their emotions and their demons, but their love is stronger than they realize and will help them to come out on the other side and find their happiness and their strength. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of the Heaven Hills Generations Series. This book is full of tragedy, illness, strength, danger, and wonderful characters.
Genre: MC Romance Release Date: September 24, 2020
As president of the Untamed Sons MC, I’m no stranger to pain, but three years
ago Sasha broke my heart and put another black mark against my soul. Even the
mention of her name is enough to bring my demons out to play. I still don’t
know what happened, but what I do know is she walked out on me, the club, and
the future we were working towards without a backwards glance. I should have
known she wouldn’t stay gone.
Leaving Rav was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make, but I didn’t have a
choice. Staying and facing my past wasn’t an option. I suffered through hell,
but I’m stronger than I’ve ever been, at least I was until my daughter got
sick. Now, the only person left who might be able to save her is her father.
Only, I have no idea who it is. Ravage, or his brother, Sin.
*Warning : Contains adult content, reading age 18 +. Graphic
violence and dark emotional scenes that may trigger some readers.
As I push the button for a white coffee with sugar, I hear a
voice behind me.
Even after all this time, even after all the hurt, he has the power to make the
apex between my legs throb with anticipation. Slowly, I turn from the machine
and come face to face with Rav. My heart twitches as I take him in. He looks
the same as he did when I saw him at the compound, but he doesn’t look like my
Tyler, not anymore. He’s bigger, brawnier and wears a permanent scowl etched
onto his handsome face. His worn and battered kutte fits him like it’s moulded
to his frame, the ‘President’ patch on the front a stark reminder of the man he
is. Regret surges through me, followed by remorse. I shouldn’t have let things
get this far.
“Ty…” I breathe his name, trying to recapture my equilibrium. No one else can
knock me off target like him. He still has the ability to bring me to my knees.
He can still stir my desire and make me want him, even when he’s snarling at
Today, his long dark hair is loose around his shoulders, which accentuates that
beard he’s wearing. He looks wild. It’s a good look on him.
“Ravage,” he growls. “I earned that name and you’ll use it, like everyone else
And just like that ice fills my veins and my desire washes away, because his
words cut me to the bone. Once, I was the only person allowed to call him
Tyler. Once, I knew everything there was to know about him. Now, he’s treating
me no better than a club bunny or an outsider, and fuck, does that hurt.
They are not known for being a kind MC, but they’re brotherhood is loyal to each other, or are they?
Tyler “Ravage” is the president of the Untamed Sons MC, he was once a man that showed a kindness to Sasha, that was until she disappeared without a word. Her disappearance destroyed Ravage and made him into the man he is today and into the man that is called Ravage. Ravage was raised in the Untamed Sons since his father was a member and took Tyler and his younger brother James out of the abusive home they were living in with their druggie mother. Ravage, James, Sasha, and Nox grew up together in the MC. They were a family.
Sasha has never loved anyone like she does Tyler, but one fateful night and a betrayal by someone she grew up with made her run. She felt that she had no other choice after the devastation that happened to her. She ran away and stayed away until she had to return to the one territory that could bring up her past and a destroy her. She has no choice though and her secrets are about to be discovered, all of them.
This story is devastating in the beginning, and the action and danger throughout keep the pages turning. The Untamed Sons will find that they have a member that is high ranking that needs to be taken out. Unfortunately, there is a lot of danger to come before he is found and dealt with, and then there is the aftermath of his death. It will haunt for a long time. This story kept me on edge throughout the whole story. There wasn’t a lot of space where the danger, action, or suspense let up. I give this story a 5-star review and I CANNOT wait to read Nox. If you are reader of MC’s and love the tough guys, 1%ers, and women that keep them grounded, you will love this story. This is a great start to what looks to be a great series.
The one woman he thought he could trust and have a life with has betrayed him in the worst way. Sending him to prison for 8 years and then keeping a huge secret for all of that time on top of it.
Grayson is no longer a man who trusts easily with the exception of his brothers by choice, the Underground Kings. Grayson is lonely and wants a friendship outside of his brothers, he doesn’t feel that he is ready for a relationship other than friendship. He signs up for a dating app but doesn’t tell his brothers. However, this comes with a lot of trouble, pain, and clarity. No one in the house has any idea that Grayson is hanging on by a thread until his whole world gets turned upside down in the matter of hours, he finds that he may have more in life than what he thought.
Finley is a young girl trying to stay alive and safe in her own home. She lost her father in a shooting and while her mother is still alive, Finley has basic lost her mother as well because of the drugs. She’s looking for an out and a safe place to land, so she signs up for a dating app even though she is not eighteen yet, she needs to get away from the dangers in her own home. This leads to more danger for Finley on her road to find happiness and safety.
I love the Underground Kings, they are loyal to each other and while they served time for crimes they didn’t commit, they are not angels now. They have amassed a fortune and are out for revenge on those that have done them wrong, and if they should happen upon someone that deserves their help and protection, they give it. These guys are dangerous, wealthy, and very sexy. This story was a heartbreaker, but it ended with a HEA. I loved it and cannot wait for the Heaven and Owen’s stories. Heaven is the clown of the group, and the one that keeps everyone else wanting to hit him or laugh. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more in the series.
A drowned child. Estranged sisters. A once-perfect home. Silence echoes louder than truth.
When seventeen-year-old Rachel’s baby brother drowns and her older sister, Imogen, escapes to live abroad with Simon, her musician boyfriend, Rachel must face the family’s grief and disintegration alone.
Twenty years later, Rachel is a successful businesswoman, with a daughter of her own, supporting her parents and their elegant Georgian home, The Old Rectory, that shackles them to the past.
Simon’s sudden death in Ibiza brings Imogen back, impoverished and resentful. Her family owes her, and she will stop at nothing to reclaim what she believes is rightly hers.
The rift between the sisters seems permanent. While Imogen has lived a nomadic life, filled with intrigue, in Spain and Tunisia, Rachel’s has appeared stable and successful but, behind the veneer, cracks are appearing. Now, she is vulnerable.
As the wall of silence and secrecy crumbles, danger stalks Rachel’s family. She must re-examine her baby brother’s death, find out what happened in Tunisia, and fight to hold onto everything she’s achieved –or risk losing it all.
Façade is a gripping tale of loss, guilt and danger. Purchase Link – mybook.to/facade
Helen Matthews writes page-turning psychological suspense novels and is fascinated by the darker side of human nature and how a life can change in an instant. Her first novel, suspense thriller After Leaving the Village, won first prize in the opening pages category at Winchester Writers’ Festival, and was followed by Lies Behind the Ruin, domestic noir set in France, published by Hashtag Press. Her third novel Façade will be published by Darkstroke in September 2020.
Born in Cardiff, Helen read English at the University of Liverpool and worked in international development, consultancy, human resources and pensions management. She fled corporate life to work freelance while studying for a Creative Writing MA at Oxford Brookes University. Her stories and flash fiction have been shortlisted and published by Flash 500, 1000K Story, Reflex Press, Artificium and Love Sunday magazine.
She is a keen cyclist, covering long distances if there aren’t any hills, sings in a choir and once appeared on stage at Carnegie Hall, New York in a multi-choir performance. She loves spending time in France. Helen is an Ambassador for the charity, Unseen, which works towards a world without slavery and donates her author talk fees, and a percentage of royalties, to the charity.
A family with a lot of secrets. One sister wants to destroy the other and blames everyone else for the problems in her life.
Façade is the perfect name for this book. The Stapleton family puts on a great façade for the outside world, but the women in this story are harboring a lot of secrets, some from each other and it will destroy this family.
Imogen is the oldest and she is a wild child. She is spoiled and believes that because her family has money that she should get what she wants no matter what. Unfortunately, she does not outgrow this attitude as she gets older, but it seems to progress and get worse. She will stop at nothing to get what she believes she is entitled to.
Rachel is the second child of the Stapleton family and has always worked for what she wants and has. She started her own business while raising her young daughter from home, and she has taken over the burden of the mortgage on her parents’ home. She has kept her secrets from her boyfriend and because she can’t be honest with him, she won’t marry him. They live together and raise their daughter together. Everyone in her family, including Jack, her live in boyfriend, believes that because she owns her own business that she is rolling in money, but they have no idea that she struggles to keep everything afloat, including her business. She just wants a normal life with her daughter and Jack, but when her sister returns home things get even worse.
I really enjoyed this book and the characters were great. Imogen is a scary woman. The way her mind works puts everyone she knows is danger. The suspense in this story as well as the story plot kept the pages turning in this book. I never knew what to expect from Imogen, and the secrets being revealed are unpredictable. Rachel is the only sane Stapleton in this story as far as I am concerned. Max’s illness makes him very unpredictable and is probably good for him. If he knew what was going on half the time, I think he could be a game changer. I give this story a 5-star review and if you like stories with family drama, then you’ll love this book.
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