The History of Romance Novels

For centuries, people have fallen head-over-heels for romantic stories. Historians believe the first written romantic fiction dates back to the 1st century BC in Greece, and yet the human obsession with love stories continues to grow exponentially. Romance novels in particular have been must have experiences for millions of readers over the past several decades, despite the stereotypes some believe about the genre. The First Modern Romance Novel In 1740, author Samuel Richardson publis... [Read More...]

Be Mine Forever

I should have taken off my ring before I asked her out.

I’m a military man or was. I should have known better than that.

It gave her the wrong impression. It would to any woman.

Being a single father and losing my wife has left me wanting to pull back from love.

But this new girl at the flower shop, Cupid’s Arrow, has me feeling things I didn’t know I’d ever feel again.

It’s Valentine’s Day, and I want this girl to be mine.

Forever. ... [Read More...]

Love Above Law

Agent Lex Taylor

My assignment—take down human and drug trafficker Miguel Santino and rescue Leyna Martinez, the sister of an outlaw MC member.

One look. That’s all it took.

My center of gravity shifted, and I knew. She was going to be mine.

I take down criminals; the rats of society. I eat, sleep and breathe the law, but I’m willing to risk it all—my badge and my life to protect her. ... [Read More...]

Free: Kiss of the Vampire

Soon after moving to Paris to study, young Clara Aberdale finds herself meeting and falling in love with a charming European aristocrat. Her life takes an even more abrupt change however upon the discovery that he’s a member of an ancient vampire clan. Soon she finds herself being dragged into his world with only her wits and his help to survive. But she must ask herself, can she trust the one she loves? ... [Read More...]

WASTED PAIN

WASTED PAIN explores a relationship between a guy searching for one last romance in his life and a girl he finds freezing to death in an alley on the edge of an American city center. They are both social outcasts; she won’t tell him anything of her past, not even her name. But against all odds, a friendship develops and they become a whole lot closer. Funny, honest, and romantic, this unusual story may leave the reader crying buckets. Another unique novel from the author of A Cross of ... [Read More...]