Excerpt RoomHate Excerpt Copyright © 2016 by Penelope Ward My heart felt like it was pounding out of my chest. Watching this whole thing unfold had made me totally lose sense of reality. I felt like I’d been experiencing every movement, every feeling right along with him, except I wasn’t allowed to come. It was as if I’d seriously lost my mind in the process. That was the only thing that could possibly explain why my body decided to… Read more »

  Love is a trap, a trick only other people fall for. Former Navy SEAL Nolan has no such illusions. The only things real in his life are his beloved bulldog and the two women in his life. One is soft and innocent, someone he could build a real future with. But the other is dark and gives him all of the wicked things he craves behind closed doors. What starts out as casual quickly becomes complicated. Can he walk… Read more »

  “Jesus Christ, Quarry! Calm down. You’re making it worse.” Till pointed toward the building where the woman I loved lay dead in a coffin. Oh, God. My eyes, tunneled by rage, flashed around the mob of reporters before landing on the front steps of the funeral home, where an even bigger crowd of Mia’s friends and family were watching me violently break down—again. “I need to get out of here,” I mumbled, straightening my shirt. “Good idea,” he replied,… Read more »

This is an exclusive sneak peek of   (A standalone novel) Release date 1/18/2016 A Contemporary Romance novel New York Times & USA Today Bestseller Vi Keeland     Excerpt from THE BALLER “You ready?” Nick slung his bag over his shoulder and lifted his camera. The reporter in front of us wrapped up his interview and shook hands with Easton. As I’ll ever be. “Sure.” I stepped forward and extended my hand. “I’m Delilah Maddox with WMBC Sports News.”… Read more »

    RELEASE DAY: February 9th, 2016 Bait & Switch Alphas Undone Book 1 Love is a trap, a trick only other people fall for. Former Navy SEAL Nolan has no such illusions. The only things real in his life are his beloved bulldog and the two women who regularly share his bed. One is light—soft, innocent, and tender touches. The other is dark—and gives him all of the wicked things he craves behind closed doors. It’s not cheating when… Read more »

We are thrilled to be bringing you all of the latest from Lauren Blakely’s upcoming title, BIG ROCK. Plus, we have a surprise announcement from Lauren! A standalone sexy romantic comedy, BIG ROCK takes everything you love about a Lauren Blakely novel –witty dialogue, smoking hot sex scenes, and heartfelt moments –and puts them into one fantastic book! BIG ROCK is set to release Thursday, January 6th! Readers can start their new year off right with Spencer!  BIG ROCK is… Read more »

      EXCERPT   “You’re not going back to the party.” She cocked her head, and I saw the confusion in her alcohol- glazed eyes as she wrinkled her nose at me. All cute, like a rabbit. “You look like a bunny.” “You look like an ax murder,” she said, frowning. “And I thought London was looking for me. Aren’t we going the wrong way?” “I lied. I do that a lot,” I told her, staring at her lips…. Read more »

  I hear a racy rumble come roaring down my street, getting louder as it approaches. My heart thunders along at a somewhat similar cadence, like the noise alone triggered my internal throttle. No, I don’t know that to be Rogan on his way to pick me up, but then again, yes, I absolutely do. Somehow it sounds like him. I’m already getting a mental picture, even though I’m still sitting on my couch. He told me he might show… Read more »

She gets all fidgety and nervous and adorable under my scrutiny, so I release her. Albeit reluctantly. “So, a minivan,” she says, dropping her eyes and clearing her throat. I love that I put her off balance. I doubt much gets under this girl’s skin and I’m happy as hell that I appear to be making my way in, slowly but surely. “A minivan,” I confirm, raising the wine bottle and glass questioningly. “Oh, sorry. Kitchen’s through there.” Katie points… Read more »

    EXCERPT ONE Chapter One Levee It was raining. Isn’t that the way all great love stories start? And also usually end? The midnight air was cool against my skin as I stared off that bridge. My blond wig was secured in place by a headband, and chunky sunglasses covered my whiskey-colored eyes. I didn’t look like myself any more than I felt it. Bruises from the night before painted my legs while fresh scabs covered my knees, but… Read more »