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Genre(s): Romance | Contemporary
353,00 words/1,300 pages!
Secrets. Masks. Mistaken identity. Fantasies. Past mistakes. Love in Disguise brings you SEVEN BOOKS from seven authors (including New York Times and Amazon bestsellers) who know how to bring passion to the page, with heroes who don’t let what’s under the surface stop them from getting the women they desperately want…
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Maliciously Obedient by Julia Kent – One playboy CEO. One curvy, determined administrative assistant. One hidden camera. What could go wrong?
Revealed by Steena Holmes – One moment of passion at the hands of a sexy masked man is about to crumble Eve’s dream of becoming a success as a pastry chef. Will she bury her desire for love or will she look beyond the mask to find the man who ignites a fire in her soul?
The Cinderella Obsession by Opal Carew (writing as Amber Carew) – Can Vanessa risk falling in love with a man obsessed with a fantasy woman — even though that woman is her?
The Vampire Affair by Vivi Anna – An unconventional journalist risks everything including her job to get the goods on billionaire businessman Jonathan Devane, a man who enthralled her for a single passionate kiss months prior, a man who makes her blood race, a man with dark secrets…
Torn Between Two Brothers by Cathryn Fox – A case of mistaken identity unveils seductive truths and exposes erotic desires.
Love Me If You Dare by Kate Laurens – It’s been three years since Kaylee Sawyer has been home–home to the alcoholic mother she can’t handle, home to the painful memories of her sister Ella… and home to the guilt she’s carried for years. About to enter her final year of college, she is determined to come to terms with the mess of her past–and to ignore Dylan McKay, the guy whose single kiss has been tattooed into her mind forever.
Thief of Hearts by DL Snow – Once a princess, now an assassin. How’s that for a happily ever after? Heartbroken and in disguise, Zaina must kill an innocent king if she hopes to save the man she loves.
Genre(s): Fantasy | Contemporary
Naomi Roberts lives in Germany and has been waiting for a chance to study abroad. Now she has finally received a scholarship for a semester in Maine. When her overprotective grandmother suddenly claims that Naomi will soon be transformed into a panther, like her great-grandmother Romina, Naomi dismisses it as a final and desperate attempt to keep her from leaving.
Having arrived in Maine, Naomi enjoys her student life with new friends and her first love, Roman. Even though she begins to sleepwalk, cannot shake the feeling of being watched, and feels magically drawn to a mysterious clearing in the woods, she never thinks about her grandma’s prophecy. Until her first transformation. And Naomi is not the only shape-shifter around, which not only exposes her to mortal danger, but Roman as well.
Due to reader feedback, the text was edited by Claudia Rapp – 01 October 2013 – I hope you will enjoy reading the revised edition of the novel.
Part 1 of the series – approx. 255 print pages – 57.133 words
Her heartbeat became louder, and was pounding now against her temples. She could hear her blood rush through her veins. Yet she continued walking, for Roman’s sake. Until she finally stood before the hotel entrance, which, contrary to her fearful expectations, offered enough space to step inside. She heard the voices of the other guests. Music came swirling from the inside, and blended with the noise inside her head. Step by painful step, she forced herself to enter the brightly lit hotel foyer; the room was threatening to crushed her.
Roman greeted a group of guests at the bar with a nod. Naomi hesitated. She just couldn’t go any further. Her feet seemed as heavy as lead. She looked for an exit. An arrow designated the way to the rest rooms. They were next to the entrance. The voices and noise in her head prevented her from thinking clearly. She only wanted to get out. Away from all the people, away from everything, even away from Roman. She stood still.
Roman turned to her. “Is everything really alright?”
Her insides screamed that it wasn’t. Absolutely nothing was right. She heard herself say Roman should lead the way to the bar, and order a glass of wine for her. She’d be with him in a couple of minutes. Apologetically, Naomi pointed to the sign leading to the restrooms, handed Roman her trench coat and hurried to the door. She stopped and turned back to Roman. He smiled at her before he turned away and headed for the bar. A new group of guests entered the hotel, flocked to the bar and obstructed her view of Roman. Naomi followed the sign down a narrow hallway to the rest rooms. The hallway looked suffocating and far too narrow for her to pass through. In desperation, she turned around again looking for Roman, who was standing at the bar with his back to her, before she stormed out of the hotel into the open.
Genre(s): Coming of Age | Romance
A ‘New Adult’ Romance.
Brice is a good looking guy. The kind of guy who attracts a lot of female attention – all of it unwanted. When he meets Kerry, everything changes. She isn’t like the others, but that’s precisely why he’s attracted to her.
Can their relationship survive when someone is determined to sabotage it even before it gets started? Will secrets, once revealed, bring them closer or drive a wedge between them forever?
Genre(s): Literary Fiction | Chick-Lit
“But Daddy, who will live with me in heaven?”
Doctor Simon Bailey has everything a man could ever want.
Then his beautiful daughter is diagnosed with Leukemia.
He can almost accept her impending death.
He can almost accept the fact that he will have to live without her.
But he cannot stand the thought of his little girl having to face death alone.
He answers her innocent question in a moment of desperation, testing his marriage, his professional judgment and his sanity to the limit.
As cracks form in Simon’s previously perfect family, we wonder, as do his loved ones … will he really make the ultimate sacrifice?
Combining poignant moments of both humour and pain, ‘Simon’s Choice’ is a penetrating account of parenthood at the sharp-end.
Genre(s): Horror | Genre Fiction
Author’s Note: Into Hell, my third novel, is an uncomplicated story–the tale of a woman looking for her daughter. It was inspired by the Silent Hill video games, which are straightforward yet terrifying.
Here’s the set up: Stephenie Page and her daughter Carrie are driving down an empty highway. They pull off the road at a gas station that has a restaurant attached to it. Carrie enters the restaurant in need of a bathroom. A moment later, when Stephenie steps inside the building, she discovers that the restaurant has become a slaughterhouse. There are dead bodies everywhere, most of which have been chopped apart with an axe. And the worse part of it is: her daughter Carrie is suddenly missing.
When I was writing this book I wanted to do something different than my first two novels. With my first novel, The Dead Parade, I crafted the story in a classic way. The story’s structure is close to perfect. With my second novel, Terror Town, I decided to add lots of different characters and a handful of plot lines. The story is as complex as can be. But with this one, Into Hell, I wanted to keep everything very straightforward–there’s only one storyline, and one thing to focus on. With every page the situation becomes a little worse, and a little worse, until the blood-soaked climax has been reached.
By doing things this way I think I achieved my goal of having the reader feel like they were the one locked in hell. However, I found out the hard way, some people don’t want to be locked in hell… (I guess I should have seen that coming.)
A lot of people said they LOVED the book, and couldn’t put it down. But others wanted more plotlines, which I can understand. Sometimes I’ve wanted to say, “You want more plotlines? Check out Terror Town; it’s loaded with them.”
You ever see the Blair Witch Project? Some people adored that movie–they were right there in the woods with those kids, scared out of their pants. But other people weren’t buying it. In their minds, the film was stupid. And let’s face it–if you’re not there, IN THE WOODS, the movie could be considered stupid. The characters are just walking around, doing nothing. How boring is that?
I think, for some people, that’s what happened with Into Hell. Some readers were THERE, in hell, LOVING IT. But others–for whatever reason–weren’t there… and they, consequently, they didn’t like the story.
So, is the book right for you? If you love horror, and you’re going to sit alone, putting yourself in the story, then yes… this book is right for you. But if you plan on reading it while sitting on the bus, getting interrupted every few minutes, then no. Don’t bother. If you approach the book this way you will not be engaged and at some point you’ll say that you didn’t like the story. But I think the tale is a good one. I was very proud when I was finished writing it; I honestly felt that it was the best thing I had ever written. Now, a few snarky reviews have a way of making me question things, but then again, some people have read the book more than once. In the end, what do I know? I’m the author, so my opinion doesn’t count. However, I’m still proud of this one, and I think horror fans should give it a shot.
But make sure you read it alone…
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