We made it to another Friday and it’s time to celebrate.
TB’s fighting a cold (possibly allergies) and has plans to watch the US Open Finals, while relaxing on the couch. Miranda will be typing away to meet a Monday deadline. Whatever your plans this weekend, we hope you have a fabulous one.
Learn 5 Random Facts about KC Luck, claim your free book by Cameron Darrow (last day it’s free!), and make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom to meet Lucus, who has the happiest of smiles.
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by S.W. Andersen
Some people believe love transcends time and space.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Contessa “Tess” Kenner isn’t one of them. She can explain in detail how lust and desire cause the limbic system to battle the prefrontal cortex over ethical decision making, but ask her about her aversion to relationships and she’s completely at a loss. It’s not due to lack of trying. She’s just never felt the need or the connection to put in the effort.
Free spirited artist Elena Jake, on the other hand, wants to fall in love with the woman of her dreams—quite literally. Ever since her youth, her nights have been consumed by a beautiful stranger, so much so, that no flesh and blood woman has ever been able to measure up. When the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur, she seeks guidance from her Native American roots.
Driven by strong astrological influences, the “powers that be” attempt an intervention between the two women. Their pasts and presents merge, sending Tess and Elena on an unimaginable journey, causing them both to question their sanities.
Will these two souls rediscover an epic love?
Or are they destined to forever be star-crossed lovers?
by KC Luck
Available in Kindle Unlimited
Sometimes love leads where you least expect it.
When socialite Melanie Sotheby finds herself abandoned on the wrong side of Los Angeles, she has few options. With no phone, credit cards, or identification, the means to get back home to New York seem slim. Not until she is rescued by a tall, dark stranger in the middle of the night does Melanie think of a plan.
With a felony on her record, Milo’s life seems hopeless. She works a dead-end job, lives in a rundown apartment, and has no clear prospects on how to make things better. When she hears a woman screaming for help in the night, a series of events unfold that might give Milo an opportunity to start over. All she has to do is drive Melanie across the country.
What sounds like an easy prospect turns out to have more twists and turns than either Melanie or Milo could have imagined. Only one thing is certain, by the end of the journey, both women will be changed forever.
by Iona Kane
Available in Kindle Unlimited
Tess Kennedy isn’t where she thought she’d be at forty-six. She’s focusing on keeping things together as a single parent as she returns to a town that holds mixed memories. As she tries to build a new life for her family, she’s relieved that she’s finally in control of her own destiny. The last thing she’s looking for is a relationship.
Rowan Russell is living her regular, predictable life. She works hard and plays harder, to drown out the voice in her head reminding her of all the bad choices she’s made. When Tess’s return stirs up old, complicated feelings, she has to question whether she’s happy letting life happen to her.
When Rowan and Tess end up working together, they both need to decide how much they’re willing to risk for happiness.
Content warning: mention of domestic abuse.
5 Random Things is our way of helping readers to get to know authors all the while having a bit of fun.
Here are five random facts about KC Luck.
1. I have driven through parts of every single US state except for Alaska.
2. I have a false front tooth.
3. When I was a kid I used to sing solos in my church choir.
4. I have shaken hands with four US presidents.
5. I’m a huge fan of the TV show Survivor and have auditioned for the show three times.
Check out KC’s latest release Where Love Leads.
Lucas has one of the happiest smiles TB has ever seen. Submitted by Edith, a reader.
That’s all for this week.
Wishing all of you a wonderful weekend!
Miranda, Em, Faith, & TB
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