Politics is more than a job, it’s a devotion. Dawson River Rhodes grew up in the world of politics and was starting to make a name for himself when he decided he had enough.
Free of the weight on his shoulder, he wants to live his own life and be like a normal person. If that’s even possible…
An old flame might be the source of his drastic change. Someone he never forgot and never completely let go of. Khloe. Pursuing his desire to find her, he doesn’t know what journey he is about to take on. Will Khloe let him back in even though the baggage he carries can be overwhelming?
LINKS COMING SOON
That’s how Evan Keeler feels. His last tour overseas ended with personal injuries and the loss of his best friend, Fynn Parker. Evan has become broody and gets lost in the darkness of his thoughts more often. Which is no surprise, when he doesn’t see an end to his therapy appointments and can’t seem to get out of his parents’ basement.
At her wit’s end, his mother decides it’s enough. Little by little, Mrs. Keeler convinces Evan to try and get better. To get back to living.
The catch is, because he’s suffering from memory loss, Evan can’t put all the pieces back together. He doesn’t think his history with Jane was all that perfect, so it would help if he could remember where they left things off before this last tour.
Although confused by his feelings and reality, Evan does know one thing—he can’t let Jane Parker go.
Dustin Draven is single and okay with that. Dating isn’t his forte because bad experiences have ruined it for him. One thing he loves, animals. Cats, dogs, and everything in between. Volunteering at a shelter when he isn’t working in his tattoo studio, Dusty gets involved in a bachelor fundraiser. By the end of the fundraiser, Kharis Lindell has won a date with him. While her name doesn’t ring a bell, her face does. Planning the perfect date for the beautiful Kharis, Dusty never expected the outcome of the bachelor fundraiser. What life has planned for Dusty might be about to change his bachelor ways forever. If Kharis doesn’t drive him crazy first.
Keep Me Warm
When a fire turns your heart into ice, you know it won’t melt without scars… Adele has lost everyone and everything she loves. Now she must cope with an unwanted new reality. Working as a maid in a chic hotel in downtown Seattle, Adele doesn’t care to meet anyone; her frozen solitude suits her just fine. Then one day, while cleaning a room, a client walks in and sets her uncomfortable life ablaze yet again. Is this new fire passion’s slow smolder or a conflagration that will consume what’s left of her soul?
Beneath the Stars
Back in 1999, university student Clara is doing everything she can to stay focused. She avoids relationships at all cost, not wanting to risk drama or a broken heart before her finals. Until one night, she starts talking to a stranger on internet, one she has too much in common with. Quickly, her virtual friendship feels like more. Sending letters, phone calls and thinking about him nonstop, turns her reality upside down. Can she really love someone who lives hundreds of miles away, whom she’s never met in person? Is it meant to be or meant to fall apart? Only the future can tell…
Under the Sun
Tracey Howard has put her life on hold for years to care for her grandmother. Now that her grandmother is gone, Tracey decides to spend the summer at the beach and reflect on where she wants life to take her next. Jackson Phillips is her new neighbor, and he dazzles her from the first moment they meet. Will Jackson be able to show Tracey how to let go of old pain and embrace future happiness?
Lucas Colton is far too young to go through all this pain but meeting poetry teacher, Preston Davidson, changed everything. His life went from heartbreak to joyful and then, from friendship to love. The impact Preston had on Lucas’ life was mesmerising. What would you do if you knew you may not have a tomorrow?