Hey Girl! Check out these new releases from October 2nd-8th!
Send Me (Joaquin and Nayeli Book 1) by B. Love
“Connecting and falling for each other was easy; separating from each other was hard.”
When Nayeli Campbell returns to her hometown love isn’t on her list of priorities. In fact, even though she craves the all-consuming empty fullness only love can bring, her plan is to stay clear of it and men. She has one goal – to work and gamble her way into her dream business by any mean’s necessary – and love will simply get in the way.
As an empath, Joaquin Wallace is forced on a daily basis to feel the emotions and energies of others. Because of his ability to feel deeply, understand greatly and fall in love quickly, Joaquin has closed himself off to love and committed to a life of singleness. He has one goal – to help his city heal as much as he can then leave for a life of solitude.
Neither Joaquin or Nayeli want anything to do with love, but it seems to be magnetically pulling them towards each other from the day she steps foot in Memphis. Drawing them together and binding them like the invisible strings of a soul tie. Will they surrender to become one, or spend the rest of their days ignoring their bond and trying to unravel a tie that refuses to become undone?
Mended With Love (Sons of Ishmael Book 3) by Unoma Nwankwor
“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 147:3
Bad boy and celebrated soccer star, Kamal Danjuma is the youngest of the Danjuma brothers. Unlike his brothers, he handled his abandonment issues quite differently. His whole career is driven by the need to prove his absent father wrong. Recently however, his career has been plagued with erratic decisions and health issues. A return to the United Kingdom to play in the Premiere League, where it all started for him, is just what will erase the disaster of his last season in America. He has one goal in mind; remind the fans and team management why they love Kammy Danjuma.
Ebele Ashiedu is months away from earning her Bachelor’s degree. Growing up without her father, left her insecure and unable to decipher how a man should treat her. The result? A seven year detour that has made her media leery. Through the grace of God, she’s back on track. Now all that matters is finishing school, establishing herself and helping her mother out. She has no room for distractions.
A mix up in seating arrangements, bring these two together. An injury and a father’s rejection force them to deal with their pain and insecurities their complicated pasts have created. Will they make it past the unmasking to get to their happily ever after ?
Doing Scary by Donald M. Bell
Two marriages haunted by betrayal. Four people whose pursuit of the American Dream has taken a nightmarish turn. Roman and Sage Bryant-Cole have spent nine months trying to salvage what was left of their marriage after it was rocked by the revelation of Roman’s serial affairs. Sage is dealt a second blow when she discovers that her cherished cousin, Owen Bryant, has been cheated on by his ruthless, gold-digging wife, Leah. Sage’s discovery hits the reset button on the progress she and Roman had been making on their marriage, as all the doubts and fears she has tried to suppress come flooding back. In order to reclaim Sage’s trust, and to save a love now left dangling by a thread, Roman must take his efforts to win back his wife to another level. Leah and Owen Bryant are visited by a ghost from their past; Leah’s college sweetheart, Casey. Leah and Owen must confront a dark secret at the heart of their marriage, if they are to stand a chance of surviving as a couple. One family’s legacy, two marriages, four lives, and millions of dollars are at stake. Doing Scary is a coming of age story which explores the transition from adolescence to adulthood and the battles we face in our thirties to keep our spiritual, emotional and psychological progress in check, as the things we hold most dear are put to the test.
Didn’t Mean to Love Him by Regina Swanson
Have you ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn’t have fallen in love with?
The moment Nicole felt herself falling for Cypress, she knew that she was dead wrong for loving him. But there was something about this fine man with swag and allure that rivaled any man she’d ever laid eyes on, that she couldn’t resist no matter how hard she tried. Months pass with Nicole resisting the urge to be with Cypress, having a hard time getting past the differences between them. But just like moths being drawn to flames… the inevitable occurs.
Cypress King is a young brother on the come up, who falls for a woman and can’t help the attraction he has for her, even though she is resisting him in every way possible. After nearly catching a murder rap by defending his mother, he’s pushed into a situation that brings him at the mercy of the one woman he never knew he wanted, Nicole. But major drama happens all around them and it threatens to keep them apart. Will they fight for their happiness, even though it seems wrong to want it, or will they let their new love fall apart?
Broken Pieces: A Short Story (Broken Series Book 1) by K.L. Woolery
What would you do if the man you loved, told you he was leaving you for another man?
That is the dilemma facing Carmen Harrison, in this emotionally gripping short story by the bestselling author, K.L. Woolery.
Carmen Harrison is successful and happily married, until her husband, Tony, walks out on her for another man – leaving her with a broken heart and a broken faith. Her whole life crumbles around her, and though she finds solace in friendships, Carmen learns the only One she can turn to is God.
But though she is in a valley of pain, does God have a greater plan for her life? And what does the future hold for her marriage?
Broken by best-selling author K.L. Woolery is the first book in the Broken Series. A series of books that tell the individual stories of broken women, and how God heals their pain.
Download this heartwarming short story now to begin reading Carmen’s story.
Sweet Turtleberry Jam – Volume Two: Seductively Sweet Short Stories by Turtleberry
From the author of Sweet Turtleberry Jam comes five new stories; five chance encounters that could lead to love or heartbreak.
Maliyah, an orphaned Catholic school girl, falls for Marq and is ready to break all the rules.
Destiny meets Gary on a plane to Vegas. That chance encounter, and a premonition, changes her life forever.
Erika is a PhD student with a side hustle as a driver. One day she picks up a handsome passenger who takes her non-existent love life for a ride.
Candace magnetically attracts trouble when she would much rather be attracting Matt.
Gabrielle wants to focus on her art but can’t seem to lose the connection she has with her high school love Xavier.
Unexpected Love by Tracy Reed
Fiona Harris never expected her fairytale to end in divorce, but it did. Now she’s looking for a way to heal her broken heart. She turns to her best friend and divorce attorney Ty, who has the perfect remedy for a broken heart, love.
How soon is too soon to give love another chance?
If Ever I’m Not Enough (The Dejunza Series Book 1) by Deshon Dreamz
Dejunza: (Day-gun- Zuh) The Planet of Melanin and Royalty.
Dejunza is a place of complete power. A planet filled with melanin and greatness driven to the core of it’s roots. There is peace, love, joy, and support in Dejunza. But there is also pain, contest, and a source of forsaking. Every other year in Dejunza, two offspring’s of the royal kingdom are sent to Earth in order to live a complete life. This is used as a form of regulation and population control.
Pairs are sent to find their idea of happiness and absolute joy. To some, that will be finding a person to love until old age, for others that will just be a child to cater to until death. Then there will be others that rebel against the plight and go to Earth with the intent of causing harm. Once selected by The Bell, their Dejunza name is then converted into an Earthly one, they are provided an identity based off of their age and the development of their being at the time.
Thunderstorms create pathways to a new realm. In book one of the Dejunza Series, you meet Abioye and Akemp, also known as Gyntry and Gypsey, the Princes of Dejunza. The Princes of Royalty.
Gypsey and Gyntry never thought they would be selected by the Bell, though they became eligible at the age of 100. They are the princes of Dejunza and hold royal status, so surely The Bell would not choose them. But it does. The Twins of Dejunza are thrust into a lifestyle and time that is lightyears ahead of them. They have no idea how Earth works or what is required of them. They form their being by interacting with the people of Earth, developing their language, demeanor, personalities, and ideas. Gyntry adapts an urban dialect, fastly learning to enjoy the fruits that Earth has to offer, whereas Gypsey fights to gather an identity. He is trapped in darkness due to the unhappiness of his soul mate, a woman that he never met. Both men face challenges that they are not prepared for. They battle with keeping their true identity hidden from the people they form relationships with while fighting the natural pull of love and lust.
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