21- 27 September 2020
This is a list of all the books released during the week subjected in the heading and we look forward to reading.
Released: 21 September 2020 The Devil’s Crown#2
All The Pretty Things Trilogy Spin-Off
With the enemy dead, my throne awaits my return. But the reason I’m still standing is being held captive by another foe.
Released: 24 September 2020 The Devil’s Due #4
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 right into mine.
Now I’m free to enjoy her as I please.
Released: 22 September 2020 The Demon’s Squad#2
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.
Looking to ride in the fast lane? Rev it up with one click.
Publisher’s Note: This story contains high heat, explicit language, and questionable exchanges of power. It is not for the easily offended and is recommended only for mature readers.
Released: 23 September 2020 Just Add Peaches #3
He loves her.
She loves him not…yet.
Brandi Clayton spent years being a chameleon, trading on her looks for the security of having a man taking care of her. After all, being alone is what her mother taught her to fear. When her grandmother’s will surprisingly reveals Brandi inherited the family business, a new path opens up for her. She’s determined to take charge of Belle’s Medicinal Brewery and her own life. And if she can take that leap, she can find a man who loves her for exactly who she is. With her long-time friend Sebastien’s support, she’s bound to succeed, but she can’t take advantage of Sebastien forever.
A royal with no responsibilities, Prince Sebastien of Casagnes spends his days near Brandi, sketching, and helping his friend whenever she calls. His love for her is like his art — safely hidden where it can’t be rejected. But when Brandi uploads her profile to dating sites, Sebastien fears losing the one woman who is his everything. Can this loyal royal find the courage to put his heart on the line and paint a picture for Brandi of their life together?
The Prince Who Loved Me is a Just Add Peaches novel. Each book in the series is a stand-alone, passionate and playful contemporary romance, but you’ll want more than one juicy bite.
Released: 27 September 2020 A Love After Midnight #3
I was a failure.
I’d grown up with two well-meaning, but also two overbearing parents, and, as the youngest of three siblings, I was the only one who wasn’t “successful.”
I worked in a bar. In. A. Bar.
Yup, that was me hearing my mother’s disappointed voice. Because everyone around me was climbing the corporate ladder or performing brain surgery. Hell, my own brother was succeeding as an actual rocket scientist. Meanwhile, I was slinging drinks and refining the art of mixing the perfect Cosmopolitan.
I didn’t know what I wanted to do—other than not being a rocket scientist—or who I wanted to be when I grew up. And if I was being honest with myself, growing up had come and gone a while ago.
I just . . . wanted to feel something.
Excitement or pleasure or even to know what it was like get my heart broken. But nothing ever happened to me. I existed in this boring bubble of life, pouring drinks most nights, reading the others away, and . . . not feeling anything.
Until I saw him.
Then I felt everything.