19 Oct

Weekly Deals – October 19th

Kat Walker needs a distraction. Broken-hearted from a breakup and working long hours as an intern at Mistress Media, she longs for an escape. So when the opportunity to accompany her boss to Paris arises, Kat can’t say no, especially since she’ll be spending the week with Lydia Davenport, Mistress Media’s new CFO. The mysterious woman has occupied Kat’s fantasies since the day she started her internship.

Lydia Davenport lives a solitary existence. After her wife’s death, Lydia hardened her heart to love. Instead of relationships, she prefers a beautiful woman at her feet, calling her “Mistress.” A woman like Kat—sweet, innocent, forbidden fruit desperate to be plucked—is everything Lydia desires.

One night is all it takes for Kat to discover that Lydia is even more commanding in the bedroom than in the boardroom. Immersed in a secret, addictive fling, neither woman is prepared for what they find in each other—a sense of security, solace, and maybe even love.

Can Kat and Lydia break free from the chains of the past, or will their hearts remain locked away forever?

Joy’s career comes second only to her son. Between her eight-year-old and curating an art museum, there isn’t room for much else in her life… including fun, flings, or love.

When Joy meets the babysitter’s mom, her priorities suddenly shift. Samantha is an older woman with sad eyes and commitment issues. She’s the last person Joy should try to date… but somehow all Joy can think about is making her smile.

Will Samantha allow Joy into her life – or stay joyless forever?

Marley St. James is always a bridesmaid, never a bride.

From her curly red hair to her dimpled smile, she’s the ultimate girl next door. She’s also a dedicated veterinarian and a total catch… so why is she doomed to watch all her friends fall in love while her own Miss Right is MIA?

For Blaire Baker, love is a temporary insanity curable by marriage.

Newly divorced, Blaire is only interested in having fun and staying unattached. But when she brings her sick dog to Marley’s clinic, the excitable pup and meddling office staff entangle the two of them and the attraction is undeniable.

What do a hopeless romantic and a newly divorced cynic have in common? They’re both head over heels for a Shiba Inu with a big appetite and a knack for matchmaking in Puppy Love.

12 Oct

Weekly Deals – October 12th

Leigh Hudson is about to lose her visa. After a tumultuous past, she finally thought she’d found a home in London. But if she can’t find a visa sponsor soon, she’ll be on the first plane back to the States.

Rosie Fulton is a struggling market gardener. She dreams of owning her own nursery, but she’s quite literally living in a shed.

When a chance meeting in a dirty pub convinces Rosie that she and Leigh were fated to be together, it dawns on Ice Queen Leigh that Rosie just might be her ticket to stay in the country.

And that should be that. Except… Leigh can’t stop thinking about Rosie. And Rosie is still convinced that they were meant to be together. Sparks fly as their fake wedding nears until neither one is sure what’s true and what’s false anymore.

Marrying someone you love is simple. It turns out that not marrying someone you love is a whole lot harder…

Dr Hollis Roman is a tough and highly skilled ex Army doctor. She is also struggling to know what to do as a single parent of a troubled teenage daughter.

Before Hollis has even had a chance to settle in at Forest Vale, she has a bolshy and outspoken paramedic challenging her on a pressured medical case.

Hollis is never wrong, but then neither is Ava, and neither of them will back down.

They hate pretty much everything about each other, but they can’t stop the growing chemistry between them.

When things start to unravel with Hollis’s daughter, can Hollis find a way to stop everything from falling apart, and will she be able to resist the growing desire she has for the difficult paramedic?

05 Oct

Weekly Deals – October 5th

Olivia Carver’s life in Lake Cabot, New York is simple. That’s how she likes it, even if she can’t stop the town she loves from being overrun by wealthy tourists each summer. When she’s not working at her family’s paddleboard shop or spending time with her lovable but infuriating brothers, she puts her energy into writing professionally, a dream that has yet to materialize.

Valerie Maycomb used to summer in Lake Cabot with her family when she was younger, until school and planning for her future became the driving forces in her existence. For the first time in years, following her college graduation, she’s spending a few months in the small, lakeside town she loved as a child. All she wants is a little time to decompress before law school in the fall and maybe even strike up the courage to talk to a woman.

A chance meeting at the lake opens up the possibility of a summer romance, with the explicit understanding that it can’t become something more. Olivia’s not built for falling in love, and Val needs to keep her eye on the prize of a successful career. But neither of them can deny the attraction, and summer quickly takes on a life of its own.

Four years ago, Beth had it all. She had a loving wife, a beautiful home, and the promise of a child to call their own. However, after a devastating loss, Beth’s ex walked out on her, leaving Beth to pick up the pieces of their broken family. 

Now, at forty years old, Beth spends her days walking the empty halls of a house that no longer feels like home. Comfortable in her solitude, Beth’s night is interrupted when a woman shows up on her doorstep asking for shelter from the cold.

Stranded and drenched by the pouring rain, 28-year-old Abby’s night has gone from bad to worse. From her cheating ex to a fallen tree that’s blocked her path, Abby’s had it with the rest of the world. The company could be also better, but with nowhere else to go, Abby must depend on the kindness of a stranger that, while rough around the edges, can be quite warm if given the chance.