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The moment that Amy has been fantasizing about has finally arrived. She has Lucian Reddick all to herself, and he's definitely in the mood. Something doesn't seem right though. With a big contract hanging in the balance, being with him feels more like business than pleasure. Sometimes, a woman's mind is her worst enemy. Heat level: Hot! This is the third installment in an episodic series. Each installment is designed to be read in under an hour, so they're perfect for when you're waiting at appointments or have a few extra minutes to spare.


How difficult can it be to resist one excessively hot Dom? Amy knew she put her job on the line when she slept with Lucian Reddick, but somehow her weakness paid off in spades. Now she'll be working side by side with the handsome surgeon to help redecorate his mansion. With her heart at stake, Amy swears she's going to keep their relationship strictly professional from now on. Not only does she tell herself that, but she also assures her co-worker, Derrick, who has been snubbed on the project due to Lucian's exclusive preferences. Things heat up when Amy is forced back into a situation that puts her and Lucian alone together. Will she be able to resist him like she promised, or will she fall apart at the seams again when he tries to dominate her? Heat level: Smokin' Hot! This is the fourth installment in an episodic series. Each installment is designed to be read in under an hour, so they're perfect for when you're waiting at appointments or have a few extra minutes to spare.


Fleshfest, a festival of all things kink related. Amy takes Lucian up on his invitation to attend and finds herself completely out of her element. She wanted to get a glimpse into his world, but what she sees makes her unsure of whether she wants anything more to do with Lucian or his dominating lifestyle. Heat level: Smokin' Hot! This is the sixth installment in an episodic series. Each installment is designed to be read in under an hour, so they're perfect for when you're waiting at appointments or have a few extra minutes to spare.


Courageous, attractive, romantic, intelligent, Catherine Parr became the sixth wife of Henry VIII. Her story, as Carolly Erickson re-creates it, is page-turning drama: from the splendors of the Field of the Cloth of Gold to the gory last years of the outsize King Henry, when heads rolled and England trembled, Catherine bestrode her destiny and survived to marry her true love. Catherine Parr attracted the king’s lust and, though much in love with the handsome Thomas Seymour, was thrown into the intrigue-filled snake pit of the royal court. While victims of the king’s wrath suffered torture and execution, Catherine persevered—until, at last, she came within the orbit of the royal fury. King Henry toyed with her, first ordering her arrested, then granting her clemency. She managed to evade execution, but she knew that the king had his wandering eye fixed on wife number seven. She was spared by his death and married the attractive but dangerously unbalanced Seymour. Her triumph was shadowed by rivalry with the young Princess Elizabeth, whose lands and influence the lecherous Seymour coveted. Catherine won the contest, but at great cost. In The Last Wife of Henry VIII, critically acclaimed author Carolly Erickson brings this dramatic story of survival and redemption to life. **


Aislin and Harry are stuck on his spaceship with only one goal: find the Key of Bleoi. The Key holds the path to a secret treasure that has long been forgotten – but not by everyone. With Mira hot on their trail, Aislin and Harry must try to find the key before it falls into the wrong hands. If you love alien erotica and thrilling romance, you’ll love this panty-dropping story by Sophie Stern. This novella is book two in a new series that follows Aislin on her adventures with Harry the alien; however, it can be enjoyed as a standalone story.


They have the Key of Bleoi. They have Mira safely tucked away. But what Harry and Aislin don’t have is a plan for getting to the Tomb of Ealo without alerting the Tealoian army. They need to figure out a way to get to the tomb secretly – and quickly – if they hope to find the lost treasure. Will Aislin be able to save the day? Or will she find the Tealoian’s are more than her libido can handle? Find out in Submitting to the Alien, part 3 of Aislin’s Alien Adventures.


From The New York Times bestselling author of The Last Wife of Henry VIII *comes a powerful and moving novel about Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII, who married him only days after the execution of Anne Boleyn and ultimately lost her own life in giving him the son he badly needed to guarantee the Tudor succession *Born into an ambitious noble family, young Jane Seymour is sent to Court as a Maid of Honor to Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII’s aging queen. She is devoted to her mistress and watches with empathy as the calculating Anne Boleyn contrives to supplant her as queen. Anne’s single-minded intriguing threatens all who stand in her way; she does not hesitate to arrange the murder of a woman who knows a secret so dark that, if revealed, would make it impossible for the king to marry Anne. Once Anne becomes queen, no one at court is safe, and Jane herself becomes the victim of Anne’s venomous rage when she suspects Jane has become the object of the king’s lust. Henry, fearing that Anne’s inability to give him a son is a sign of divine wrath, asks Jane to become his next queen. Deeply reluctant to embark on such a dangerous course, Jane must choose between her heart and her loyalty to the king. Acclaimed biographer and bestselling novelist Carolly Erickson weaves another of her irresistible historical entertainments about the queen who finally gave Henry VIII his longed for heir, set against the excitement and danger of the Tudor Court. Review Praise for THE FAVORED QUEEN “A delectable serving of Tudor dish.”—Kirkus Reviews Praise for Carolly Erickson’s Historical Fiction “Suspenseful and detailed, the novel captures a dramatic moment in history and will sear you with sorrow for this doomed daughter of the last tsar.” —People magazine on The Tsarina’s Daughter “I read The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette in two days, and when I finished it, I re-read the final pages, as hungry for more as a child scraping the last crumbs of chocolate cake off her plate with her fingers.” —New York Times Book Review on The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette “Entertaining.” —USA Today on The Last Wife of Henry VIII “Steer Alison Weir and Philippa Gregory fans immediately to this satisfying read-alike . . . [an] historical tour de force.” —Booklist on The Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots “An exquisitely realistic portrait of Tudor England. . . . compelling reading. . . . Historical fiction fans can’t get enough of the Tudors; this engaging story is a worthy addition to the genre.” —Library Journal on Rival to the Queen “A top-notch narrative . . . romantic and gripping.” —Publishers Weekly on The Tsarina’s Daughter “A fast-paced, lavishly detailed narrative.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots “Fascinating . . . highly recommended.” —Library Journal (starred review) on The Hidden Diary of Marie Antionette About the Author Distinguished historian Carolly Erickson is the author of Rival to the Queen, The Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots, The First Elizabeth, The Hidden Life of Josephine, The Last Wife of Henry VIII, and many other prize-winning works of fiction and nonfiction. Her novel The Tsarina’s Daughter won the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Historical Fiction. She lives in Hawaii.


Vincenzo is a witch with a short fuse, a sexy smile, and a dirty mouth. Life demands little from Vincenzo. Treasured by his mother and grandmother, protected by his coven, and blessed with precognitive skills, he grew up happy and carefree in his snug home by the bay. Then a dangerously attractive Fae walks into his house to steal his beloved heirlooms, and into his dreams to steal his heart. Meanwhile, haunting visions of an unknown disaster on the horizon shake his secure world and force him to take responsibility for the first time in his life. Now he must master his witchcraft, temper his impulsiveness, and listen to his heart. It’s time for this witch to grow up.


Gods walk among us—all you have to do is See. High school senior Rhiannon Lynne couldn’t get noticed even if she walked stark naked into the cafeteria and started playing the ukulele. While tap dancing. As if that weren’t strange enough, Rhi has synaesthesia—she feels in color. It takes being almost drowned by a Celtic river goddess for her to discover she’s been bound by a spell that has hidden her from the world and her own mysterious heritage. As Rhi starts to see that her colors belong to magic, she finds herself at the center of a conflict between gods, humans, and the lost world of Avalon. She’ll need to figure things out fast if she wants to be a player in the coming conflict and not a pawn. Each side has a claim on her loyalty, but each one could decide she’s the real threat. Hopelessly attracted to a god of thunder; deeply connected to a boy with no memory of his past; irresistibly drawn to a creature with a taste for flesh—Rhi’s choices could decide the fate of worlds, but their choices could decide hers. Maybe not being seen wasn’t so bad after all.


From New York Times bestselling author of The Last Wife of Henry VIII, a novel about Catherine Howard, wife of Henry's later years Amid the turbulent, faction-ridden late reign of the fearsome Henry, eager high-spirited Catherine Howard caught the king's eye—but not before she had been the sensual plaything of at least three other men. Ignorant of her past, seeing only her youthful exuberance and believing that she could make him happy, he married her—only to discover, too late, that her heart belonged to his gentleman usher Tom Culpeper. As the net of court intrigue tightens around her, and with the Tudor succession yet again in peril because of Prince Edward's severe illness, Queen Catherine struggles to give the angry, bloated and impotent king a son. But when her relations turn against her, she finds herself doomed, just as her cousin Anne Boleyn was, to face the executioner. The Unfaithful Queen lays bare the dark underbelly of the Tudor court, with its sugared rivalries and bitter struggles for power, where a girl of noble family could find herself sent to labor among the turnspits in the kitchens or—should fortune favor her—be exalted to the throne. **