Back in print, enjoy Aliyah Burke’s four-part series about best friends in love and war…of varying degrees. Mac, Shanni, Jacey and Chandi share a special bond that takes them through good times and bad, and when one needs support the other three aren’t far behind, in person or in spirit. In each story, these amazing women overcome bad relationships, racism, and violence to find their happy endings with the men they love. Visit Twisted E-Publishing to learn more about Aliyah’s series and her other releases.
I have known author Bridget Midway for over a decade, and have read nearly everything she’s written, under both of her pen names. Bridget writes romances with fascinating characters and relationships – some are like sagas in the way they draw you into worlds, be it a reality show with kinky twists or opposites who can’t stay apart. If you can’t enough of contemporary BDSM romance you should check out her backlist now.
This summer, Bridget joins a talented group of writers for a box set featuring bad, bad boys, and I enjoyed editing her contribution, “Drive Her.” Unlike her other stories, this one doesn’t feature BDSM but it’s still hot.
Nice guys finish first, said no one ever. But we guarantee you’ll finish this collection filled with dark and dangerous alphas who obey no one, play by their own rules, and least of all allow anything to come between them and what they desire most. You’ll never look at thieves, hit men, bounty hunters or ex-cons the same way again. Break bad and our sexy-as-sin bad boys will steal your heart.
NOTE: These bad boys and girls may break hearts, but you’re guaranteed a happily ever after in every tale! No cliffhangers!
Recently, I had the pleasure of editing two futuristic romances. Alexandra O’Hurley’s The Lottery involves a world where a shortage of men inspires women to take drastic measures to find pleasure. Buy it on Amazon in eBook.
Living in a world where men were treated like a rare commodity, Ethan Spears did what he could in order to survive. But when the proverbial rug was pulled out from under him, desperate measures called for desperate actions. To save his sister, he entered The Lottery, offering himself to one woman for a year to get his split of the profits.
Karlyn Bowman was a rebel in her family, choosing not to climb the corporate ladder in order to pursue her love of art. Lonely, ostracized by the family who should’ve loved her, she pushed forward trying to become a success.
When her friend gives her a lottery ticket as a birthday present, she puts it aside and forgets it. Imagine her surprise when the knock came to her door and her life—and his—were changed forever.