Now that it’s very nearly December and most of us are in full holiday shopping mode, it’s important to remember to take some time for yourself too, and treat yourself to a little something. Might we suggest a Crimson romance? Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:
In Bring It On, a romantic suspense by Shelley K. Wall, the author of Numbers Never Lie, two childhood friends reunite to find that the passion between them is undeniable. But when they stumble upon some documents that will incriminate a wanted fugitive, they are propelled into a mad dash for their lives. Can their relationship survive a life on the run?
Alicia Thorne’s (author of Inventing Sin, Ruby’s Reward, and Night Blooming Jasmine) newest spicy novel, Keeping the Peace, answers the question of what happens when a small town sheriff and a drifting writer begin a no-strings-attached affair that quickly turns into something deeper.
The contemporary My Nora, by Holley Trent, transports readers to rural North Carolina, where big city girl Nora is trying to get away from her busy life — and her ex-husband. But when country boy Matthew sets his sights on her, she must choose between her growing attraction to him and the solitary life she set out to live.
Also in contemporary, we have Sweet Gone South, by Alicia Hunter Pace, a delicious story about lonely chocolatier Lanie who rents out the apartment above her chocolate shop to the town’s most eligible bachelor — a gorgeous judge named Luke, who also happens to be a single father. Lanie falls for Luke and his daughter immediately… but will his lingering feelings for his deceased wife get in the way of their undeniable connection?
And finally this week brings us Rowena May O’Sullivan’s The Silver Rose, a steamy paranormal about a mortal witch who must bind her magic with her destined mate within one month or surrender her magic forever. When she meets immortal warlock Aden, she is certain he is the one. But then she learns that Aden, the one who could ultimately save her, is also the one sent to kill her should she fail.