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by Di Jones


Twenty one year old Tessa Taylor leaves her home in DC to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming an actress, but her decision isn't without its sacrifices. Tinseltown turns out to be tough, and the road to stardom isn't as straightforward as she hoped it would be. When her plans don't go as expected, Tessa struggles. She has to compromise to make ends meet, tries one job after another, and they all end in disaster. Then she falls into the perfect job - and the adventures really begin. This romantic comedy is a must read for anyone who loves dogs.






by Robyn Rychards


He never expected her to rock his world.

rays of the morning sun behind the clouds illuminate sea and coastal sandy beach with small rocks

Andree Bancroft lives a sheltered life on St. Barthelemy and there’s no place she’d rather be. When a famous singing artist shows up at the villa her father manages, she has no clue who he is. It’s the compelling man that attracts her.

Maximillian Chanteur is desperate. His fiancée dumped him, his muse has vanished and he’s sick of living in a fishbowl. Escape to an island villa is exactly what he needs. Artist Andree Bancroft is not!

Their time on the island and in the whirlwind life of a celebrity in the States, teaches them what’s really important. Being together.




Banished Saga Book One by Ramona Flightner


lovenew1I'm suffocating under the weight of others' expectations. If I have to sit through one more afternoon tea, listening to my simpering stepmother extoll the benefits of traditional roles for women, I fear I'll scream, "The world is changing. It's 1900!"

I want more from life than she can imagine.

If she knew of my interest in Gabriel, she'd have a fit of the vapors. She'd bemoan his humble beginnings and lack of wealth rather than recognize his integrity or his loyalty to his brothers. If she saw how he stares at me, as though I'm a puzzle he's trying to solve, she'd lock me in my room. He fascinates me, as no one has since that awful day.

How can we surmount society's prejudices and allow our love to grow?



Dialling Dreams

by Jessica Eissfeldt




San Francisco, 1946. Telephone operator Belinda Thompson longs for her chance to sing in the spotlight. But when Nick Hart, a broken-hearted jazz crooner, makes a fateful midnight call that changes both of their lives, will fear or love prevail in the City by the Bay?