Feeling Some Type of Way
by Vera Roberts
Genre: New Adult Romance
Every girl has that one thing she will not do. No matter how hard times get. No matter how little money she has. No matter what…there is that one thing she will refuse to do.
Ian Ferguson was that for me.
Working for one of the world’s most eligible billionaires taught me many things: I can tell the difference between BCBG and Balenciaga. I know how much mileage I can put into my Jimmy Choos before I have to get another pair. I know when Ian was in a good mood and when I should get the hell out of dodge.
Working for Ian also taught me…I can’t separate my personal feelings from our professional relationship.
Lady luck and a killer bod was on my side, though. Amateur night at the local strip club taught Ian I was no longer the desperate college student he met a few years ago, but a grown-ass woman with grown-ass needs. And honestly, I think he already knew that but never acted on it.
I just hope this experiment is worth the effort from both of us. He’s got me feeling some type of way…
Vera originally started her career on a popular fanfiction website, where she still frequently posts and supports her fellow writers. She writes romance, YA, and currently New Adult. She loves to read, is an avid walker, and loves a good episode or two of Maury.
Vera is from Palm Springs, CA and currently resides in Los Angeles, with her husband, Maks, cat Sushi, and son Bear.
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The Pink Rose of the Prairie
by Ginger Ring
Genre: Western, Time Travel Romance
Rose McAlister was always the perfect daughter and student, but it was never enough for her high society family. Tired of the big city spotlight, Rose accepts a teaching job at the most remote location hiring – in the middle of the prairie in South Dakota. This was her chance for adventure, her opportunity to shine as an educator, and her shot at forgetting the ex-boyfriend who left her heart torn to pieces and her bank account in shambles. In South Dakota, Rose vows she’ll find someone to love and trust.
Seth Peterson is a wanderer. Not surprising since he didn’t know where he was going or where he came from. When a beautiful, flower-tattooed woman enters his life claiming to be from the future, he doesn’t know which is crazier: her, or the fact that he is falling in love and wanting to put down roots. Before he can decide if it’s best to follow his aimless path or to obey his heart, women are being stabbed to death in town and it looks like Rose might be next on the killer’s list. Can this new love survive not only the slash of steel, but also the test of time?
Ginger Ring is an eclectic, hat-loving Midwestern girl with a weakness for cheese, dark chocolate, and the Green Bay Packers. She loves reading, playing with her cats, watching great movies, and has a quirky sense of humor. Publishing a book has been a lifelong dream of hers and she is excited to share her romantic stories with you. Her heroines are classy, sassy and in search of love and adventure. When Ginger isn’t tracking down old gangster haunts or stopping at historical landmarks, you can find her on the backwaters of the Mississippi River fishing with her husband.
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Pieces of You
by Lisa Marie
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Throughout your life, your experiences define you, define your choices and define your paths. Taking pieces of you and scattering them everywhere so that everyone who means anything to us can carry those pieces with them – always. Sometimes those pieces of you are a burden, when those that care about you are carrying the weight of too many pieces of their own. Sometimes those pieces make one forget what it’s like to live.
Ty Lorey has to learn how to move forward after his fairytale came crashing down around him, leaving him filled with guilt and remorse. Leaving him a shadow of the man he used to be. Leaving him broken and defeated only to go through the motions of everyday life, pretending he’s surviving. Living in a small town makes it hard to escape the nightmares of the day when everything changed. Reliving it nightly with images that consume his peace.
Until he meets Riley.
Without realization, the dark-haired beauty with the dimples teaches him to smile again. With the smile comes hope that maybe-just maybe, he can be fixed and that getting an opportunity to say goodbye is the only answer for his peace.
Lisa Marie was born and raised in Alberta Canada. Mother to two amazing girls and one husband-child, Lisa is a fierce advocate for children and families on the Autism spectrum, and she won’t rest until Inclusion means just that.
She wrote her first Novel Keystrokes because she found an image of the model that currently graces the cover, and inspiration hit her hard. Taking a chance with a publisher, she began her writing journey.
Stay tuned to see where Lisa’s journey will take her next!
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