December 12-15


If your wallet is feeling the pinch during the holidays, but you’re looking for some awesome new reads, you’ve come to the right place. As the name suggests, we have 99 books on sale December 12-15 for 99 cents each. Less than a buck for hours of amazing storytelling!

Plus, check in daily for a chance to win Amazon gift cards or play instant ebook giveaways for one of 12 books being awarded to lucky winners each day.

Look for Books from Your Favorite Authors!

Alathia Paris Morgan • Alexia Adams • Alicia Street • Allyson.R.Abbott • Angel Lawson • Angie Wilder • Ani Gonzalez • Aubrey Wynne • Bethany Strobel • Cara Marsi • Cate Tayler • Cornelia Amiri • Crisanne Marz • Crystal Dawn • Debbie White • Debby Conrad • Dena Garson • Denise Jaden • Donna Fasano • EG Manetti • Eli Lang • Emily Leigh • Gary Guinn • Gayle Parness • Honey Phillips • Jacqueline Diamond • Jennifer Faye • Jody A. Kessler • Julie Brookman • K.A. Servian • Kat Drennan • Kate Rudolph • Katherine Gilbert • Katie O'Sullivan • Kris Pearson • L.E. Harrison • Laura A. Barnes • Lily Bly • Linda Nightingale • Lisa Chalmers • LJ Swallow • Lucy Naylor Kubash • Margaret Daley • Maria K. Alexander • Marilyn Peake • Marlow Kelly • Mary Gillgannon • Mary Vine • Melissa Belle • Mila Young • N.D. Jones • Nicole Casey • P.J. MacLayne • PG Forte • PJ Fiala • R.M. Gauthier • Regan Walker • Rose Pearson • Selena Kitt • Simone Leigh • Soraya Naomi • Stacey Joy Netzel • Stephanie Queen • Sydney Jane Baily • Tamara Ferguson • Tanya Dawson • Tara Lain • Aileen Harkwood


It's a holiday scavenger hunt!

December 7-10


Does the Christmas season already have you in a rush? Ditch your lengthy “To Do” list for now play this fun and easy hunt! You could be the winner of our $90 See’s Candies Holiday Gift Pack or win an Amazon gift card!

With 36 authors participating—many hosting individual giveaways of their own—our holiday tree is surrounded with prizes for some lucky booklovers to unwrap!

Authors Participating in the Hunt

Alex Gordon • Amanda Uhl • Ani Gonzalez • Anna Durand • Anne McClane • Anne Stone • Aubrey Wynne • Cailin Briste • Carrie Pulkinen • Christine Grabowski • CJ Warrant • Debbie White • Donna R. Mercer • Greta Boris • Heather Karn • Holly Cortelyou •
Jacqueline Diamond • Jacquie Biggar • Jim Stein • Joanne Fisher • Karen Michelle Nutt • Kerry Adrienne • Kerry Blaisdell • Kristine Smith • Leigh LaValle • Maria Geraci • Monique McDonell • PE Kavanagh • Peggy Jaeger • PG Forte • S.L. Sterling • Soraya Naomi • Stella Marie Alden • Stephanie Queen • Taylor Marsh • Aileen Harkwood


Finders Keepers re-released

I'm happy to announce that Finders Keepers has just gone LIVE! 

Sometimes finding what you want is the easy part.

Caleb is a bionic soldier with little-to-no memory of his past. Aldo's an undercover cop who's searching for the man who got away. Then there's Sally, an ER physician who used to be married to Aldo's late partner, Davis. Sally's just looking for a reason to keep on getting up every day. 

This holiday season, chance will bring them together and give them an opportunity to help one another find what they each want most. But every gift comes with a price. And keeping what they've found once they've found it? Yeah, that's gonna be the hard part.

Here are the links:

This is one of my favorite books--in part because I dreamed it up. Literally. It was an actual dream I had. Yes, while sleeping. How crazy is that?
I still remember waking up the morning after, running through the storyline in my head, and thinking, "Yeah. That could actually work!" 
It's also one of my favorite covers (the original cover art was awesome, as well. AND it contains one of my favorite scenes, which I've copied below.

***** Spoiler Alert! *****
WARNING: The following scene might give away some very important plot points, so continue reading at your own risk.

Aldo poured himself another drink. He couldn’t believe how quickly things had fallen apart tonight, couldn’t accept the fact that, this time, he might have lost Sally too.
Guys? Hell yeah. He was used to losing them. And unless he figured out how to stop falling for every attractive and painfully unavailable man who crossed his path, he’d probably lose a dozen more. But he and Sally were friends, damn it. Friends for life. Best friends. She was supposed to trust him. She was supposed to love him. She was supposed to take his word when something like this happened—not the word of some asshole she’d only just met.
Just because they weren’t lovers didn’t mean Aldo didn’t still love her. Hell, he loved her more than he’d loved most of the men he’d gone to bed with over the years. Loved her, trusted her, needed her in ways he probably still hadn’t discovered…
He’d always figured the two of them were in it for the long haul. He figured he stood at least half a chance of not fucking up his relationship with her—and maybe part of that was because they weren’t lovers.
He tossed back his drink and was reaching for the bottle to pour another when the stealthy sound of footsteps climbing the stairs reached his ears. They were too quiet, too careful; he knew instantly who they belonged to. He put down his glass and turned. only slightly surprised to see that his visitor had already reached the top of the stairs. The sight still hit his overworked nerves like a fist. He jerked as though startled, his whole body on alert, a firestorm of lust igniting every nerve from head to toe, turning his cock to fucking stone.
Goddamn it. That made the second time today. Couldn’t the bastard have found some other clothes to go with those low-slung jeans?
“What are you doing here?” Turning away, Aldo picked up the bottle and willed his hand not to shake as he refilled his glass. Ha, fat chance of that! He was already too drunk to control his reflexes to any great extent, too drunk to even control his mouth. Liquor missed the glass and splashed over the desktop. Fucking perfect.
“I figured you’d want to talk.”
But all that made Aldo want to do was laugh. So he did. “I can’t imagine why you’d think something like that…” Shit. He didn’t even know what to call the guy anymore. Kyle? Caleb? Asshole? Hey, if the slur fit…
“C’mon, Al, don’t be a dick. Are you telling me you don’t have anything you want to say to me? Really? After all this time? Or after all the shit you put everybody through this week just to get my memory back?”
“Nope. Can’t say as I do.” Aldo waved his glass as he spoke, not really caring when the whiskey sloshed up the sides; plenty more where that came from. “What’s the point? You’ve made it real damn clear you’re into women now. Hell, maybe you always were. Maybe I was just deluding myself back then. Either way, I’m through fighting it. You can do whomever you please—just as long as it’s not me. And for the record, restoring your memory was not what this week was about. Not by a long shot. If that was even on my priority list, it was waaaay down at the bottom somewhere.”
“Truth. If I did it for anyone, I did it for Sally. I hope you and she are very happy together. Just remember what I told you when I first learned you were seeing her. Don’t hurt her like you did me, and I’ll let you live. I do want the chance to talk to her, though, and explain my side of the story—assuming you haven’t already turned her totally against me.”
Caleb shook his head. “You really think I’d do something like that?”
Caleb, not Kyle. That was good. That’s who he was now. That’s how Aldo would think of him. It was easier that way.
“You think I’d hurt her or turn her against you? You think that little of me now?”
Or maybe not. The bastard just had to keep driving home the fact that they had a past together, didn’t he? “I thought you were dead,” Aldo reminded him. “That’s what I thought, Kyle. So how the fuck do I know what you’d do now?”
“I was dead, asshole. Or close enough. Not that you cared.”
“Take that back.” Aldo slammed his glass on the nearest surface. His hands bunched into fists. “Goddamn it, you take it back right now, or I swear I’ll make you wish you were dead. I didn’t care? My husband gets blown up or shot down or who the fuck knows—no one would even tell me how he died—and you think I didn’t care? Losing you just about killed me.”
“Yeah? Why’s that? ’Cause you couldn’t be bothered to return any of my calls? Or respond to even a single one of all the messages I left for you? That sounds like guilt, Al. Guilt ain’t grief. It was still all about you.”
“I didn’t get any of your fucking messages—not until after, not until it was too fucking late. Don’t you think I’d have returned them if I had? And damn right I felt guilty! Is that why you sent them? Because you knew what they’d do to me? Because you knew the thought that you’d tried to reach me and I hadn’t been there would shred what was left of my heart? Well, mission accomplished, asshole, so fuck you.”
“What do you want from me?” Caleb closed the distance between them. The scowl on his face raised Aldo’s hackles. “You’re still a self-righteous prick, you know that? What d’you want to hear me say? That I’m sorry? For what? You left me, remember? You’re the one who called it quits, who walked away. Am I supposed to apologize for being broken up when my husband takes it into his head to do a fucking disappearing act? When he goes off and enlists in some stupid black-ops program and leaves me with no way to reach him?”
“Yeah, ’cause I did that for shits and giggles, right? ’Cause everything was so perfect between us? ’Cause you weren’t fucking everything in sight?”
“No. I wasn’t. Not the way you thought. Still, even if I had been, didn’t I at least deserve the chance to talk to you, to work things out?”
“How many chances was I supposed to give you? Besides, if I recall correctly, your idea of working things out was to fuck me until I forgot why I wanted to leave in the first place.”
“Well, it worked, didn’t it?”
“There’s a word for that kind of thing, you know, and it’s not called ‘working things out.’”
“Yeah. It’s called ‘satisfied.’”
“No, it’s dysfunctional.”
“Oh, lighten up.” Caleb sighed. He looked tired. His face was bleak and hopeless. So was his voice as he said, “I didn’t know what else to do, all right? I was fucking desperate back then, and bed always seemed like the one place I could always connect with you. After you left… Shit, I had no idea how to even find you. All I knew was that the program you’d entered had something to do with altering brain waves. And I got the stupid idea that if I enlisted in a parallel program, maybe our paths would cross.”
“You’re joking.”
“Dead serious.”
“Oh, that was a great plan.” Aldo rolled his eyes, anger churning in his gut. He couldn’t believe what he was hearing. Kyle had let himself get carved up, worked over, rearranged, so changed his own husband hadn’t known him—and all for what? “Of all the stupid, shit-for-brains ideas. And people say I’m impulsive. You can’t seriously be blaming me for that screwup. That’s bullshit. I wasn’t going to be incommunicado forever, you know. Six months. Big deal. If you really cared, you’d have waited.”
“It felt like years.”
“No.” Aldo shook his head. “No, Kyle, it didn’t. You know what felt like years? Years—that’s what. Fifteen fucking years.”
“I still don’t know what you expect me to say about that. Sorry you broke my heart? Sorry I didn’t handle our breakup as well as you think I should have? What do you want from me, Al? Tell me.”
“You wanna know what I want?” Need flared inside him, a hungry, howling ache that threatened to wipe out whatever was left of his common sense. He shouldn’t give in to it. Should not do it. It wasn’t fair. It wasn’t right. “Well, fuck you. No! You can’t just come back after all these years—come back from the dead—and just waltz in here and expect me to tell you what I want.”
“Why the hell not?” A frown creased Caleb’s brow. “C’mon, you bastard, I came up here tonight to try and make things right with you. Why you gotta give me such a hard time? Why can’t we just—”
“Because.” Aldo clenched his fists tighter. He turned away and tried hard not to think of the many times he’d imagined this moment, all the fantasies over all the years. No. It was wrong. He shouldn’t do it. Shouldn’t do it. Shouldn’t do it. No. Fuck that.
As far as he knew, neither of them had ever filed for divorce. If Kyle wasn’t dead—that had to mean they were still married. That had to count for something, didn’t it? That had to put him somewhat in the right. He spun around and then grabbed Kyle by the shoulders. He shoved him until his back connected with one of the posts that held up the ceiling. “Because this is what I want, “Aldo said just before he kissed him. “The same thing I always wanted, Kyle. You.”
He kissed him quick, hard and demanding, before either of them could come to their senses and change their minds. And for the first several seconds, it was bliss. Kyle’s mouth was hot and wet, yielding under his. Aldo’s knees threatened to give way from the pleasure, from the pressure and the taste of him. Kyle moaned low in his throat as he wrapped his arms around Aldo’s waist and pulled him close. Aldo ground his erection against Kyle’s, and the friction made them both moan.
This was even better than that night in the parking lot. It was better than any dream, any fantasy, any memory, definitely any job. It was right and perfect, and it was Kyle. Kyle, who was not dead but right here in Aldo’s loft, looking better than he had any right to after all these years, and who was about to get a serious ass whipping if Aldo found any more changes hiding inside those jeans.
Desperate to find out, he slid his fingers into the waistband of Kyle’s jeans. He’d undone the top button when Kyle stopped him.
“No, wait,” he gasped as he tore his mouth away from Aldo’s. “Stop.”
“What’s wrong?” Aldo asked. He sucked in a breath as one horrifying possibility occurred to him. “Fuck. You’re not gonna tell me you’re sick now or something, are you?”
“No, of course not. It’s Sally.”
“What?” Aldo straightened in a hurry, heart stuttering in alarm. Is that why she’d seemed so pale lately, so quiet? “Sally’s sick? Since when?”
“No.” Laughing now, Kyle took hold of Aldo’s face and pulled him back in for another kiss, soft and sweet this time. “Jeez, lighten up. No one’s sick.” He ran his hands over Aldo’s shaved head, pressed their foreheads together for a moment, then pulled away again. “I think I love her, Al.” He sounded far too serious, and much as Aldo knew he should be happy about that, he just couldn’t do it.
He thrust the thought away. Maybe if he drank enough, he could forget he heard that. Write it off as just another of Kyle’s lies. After all, he used to say he loved Aldo too, in exactly the same kind of sincere-sounding way. And look how far that had taken them. He probably didn’t mean it now either, and in the morning…maybe Aldo could figure out what all of this meant then.
“Al? Did you hear what I said?”
“Yeah. Good for you. I love her too. That’s why I’m not going to hold it against her that she’s been sleeping with my husband. You, on the other hand, still have a lot to answer for.”


Two Events in One!

Christmas Romance All-Genres Giveaway 
December 1-25
Kindle Fire 7 • Ebook Prize Packs • Amazon Gift Cards & More!

Christmas is where you find it. You could be at home with loved ones, at a chance meetup with strangers, or basking on a tropical beach. But for 7 lucky winners of our giveaway and book fair, a bit of holidays will arrive in the form of a Kindle Fire, ebook prize pack, or Amazon gift card. Enter now for your chance to win!

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While buying for others, don’t forget to treat yourself! Shop our fair for romance bargains. Plus, get your FREE exclusive download and enter a bonus giveaway!


(This giveaway is sponsored by the authors listed below)

Allyson R. Abbott • Amanda Uhl • Amy Knupp • Angel Lawson • Bethany Strobel • Cailin Briste • Christine Ashworth • Constance Phillips • D. Lieber • Danni Rose • Debbie White • Elizabeth Rose • Holly Cortelyou • Honey Phillips • Inge-Lise Goss • Jacki Delecki • Jan
O'Hara • Jana Richards • Joan Reeves • Jordyn White • Katherine Gilbert • Laura Ashwood • Lucy Lakestone • Melissa McClone • Mona Sedrak • Naomi Bellina • Nicole Casey • PG Forte • Rose Pearson • Simone Leigh • Stacy Gold • Tena Stetler • Aileen Harkwood




November 15 – December 5

Kindle Fire 7 • Ebook Prize Packs • Multiple Amazon Gift Cards


Paranormal romance, fantasy romance, and urban fantasy fans, we’ve got a giveaway just for you. Enter and you could take home a Kindle Fire 7, Amazon gift card, or ebook prize pack where you get to choose the books you want to win on Amazon, including that latest PNR bestseller you’re lusting after.


And though Halloween may be over, those of us who love witches, vampires, fae, demons, and dragons can never get enough. Feed your fiction addiction with our page full of tasty ebook bargains. All books 2.99 or less, some free!

(This giveaway is sponsored by the authors listed below)

Alex Gordon • Allyson Lindt • Ani Gonzalez • Bec McMaster • Catty Diva • Christine Grabowski • E.B. Black • Grace White • Isaiyan Morrison • JC Andrijeski • Jen L. Grey • Julie Trettel • Karen Michelle Nutt • Karina Kantas • Katherine Gilbert • Kerry Blaisdell • L.D. Rose • L.E. Harrison • Laura Greenwood • Leigh Anderson • Mary Abshire • Maureen Bonatch • Meg Ripley • Mia McKimmy • Mila Young • Monique Singleton • PG Forte • Selena Kitt • Skyler Andra • Tmonique Stephens • Aileen Harkwood


On Sale Now!

 When you live forever, a few mistakes are bound to happen. 

Vampire Conrad Quintano has been around for centuries -- long enough to know falling for a human is a terrible idea. Much less falling for adventure-seeking hippie Desert Rose and agreeing to raise her babies.

Raised in virtual isolation, Marc and Julie Fischer have never known their unique status in the world. But once they're in San Francisco, the family reunion is nothing like they anticipated and they're thrust into a world they're completely unprepared for.
Available at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Entangled Publishing |Kobo 



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Chocolate and Book Boyfriends!

CHOCOLATE & BOOK BOYFRIENDS HALLOWEEN All-Genres Romance Giveaway October 11-31

Kindle Fire 7 • Chocolate • Ebook Prize Packs • Amazon Gift Cards

Who doesn’t love Halloween? Scares from ghosts and winds rattling branches, and urban legends abound, the perfect excuse to cuddle with a significant other, even a boyfriend of the book variety. Oh, and let’s not forget the candy! Which is why we’re celebrating with a CHOCOLATE & BOOK BOYFRIENDS HALLOWEEN GIVEAWAY!

Plus, it doesn't matter what flavor of romance "candy" you'd like this Halloween, our book fair has something for everyone, contemporary, paranormal, historical, suspense, fantasy, and science fiction. All books 2.99 or less, with several free!

Sponsored by the authors listed below:

Allison Temple • Amanda Uhl • Bethany Strobel • C.A. King • Cailin Briste • Cara Marsi • Carrie Pulkinen • Cherie Claire • Christine Myers • Crystal Dawn • Debbie White • Donna Schlachter • E.B. Black • Eli Lang • Elizabeth Rose • Erzabet Bishop • Genevieve St- Yves • Jackie Weger • Jacqueline Diamond • Jacquie Biggar • Jan O'Hara • JC Andrijeski • Joan Reeves • Joanne Dannon • Jordyn White • Karina Kantas • Katherine Gilbert • Kerry Blaisdell • Keta Diablo • Kharma Kelley • L.D. Rose • Laurel O'Donnell • Lia Davis • Lucy Lakestone • Maria Elena Alonso Sierra • Marilyn Peake • Mary Abshire • Mary Morgan • Maureen Bonatch • Megyn Ward • Melissa McClone • Mona Sedrak • PG Forte • Sarina Rose • Sherrie Lea Morgan • Simone Leigh • Stacy Gold • Tena Stetler • Tricia Tyler • Veronica Blake • Victoria Saccenti • Whitley Cox • Aileen Harkwood