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March Maddness

March is filled with quite a few celebrations and special events. Let’s see, we’ve got International Women’s Day and month. For the sports enthusiast, it’s college basketball playoffs. For the gardener, it’s time to start planting for the summer.
It’s also the time of year we change the time on our clocks. Honestly, I don’t know why we have to change the time on our clocks.  I don't know about you, but I really don't see the need to change the time like this. I remember being in Paris a few years ago and was shocked to see the sun still out at nine at night. I know it wouldn't be that extreme in the US if we stayed at one time setting, but it would eliminate that Spring forward Fall back nonsense.
We readers use spring as a time to prep for our lazy days of summer reading. To help you get your spring and summer reading list filled, I’ve listed a few goodies for you.



A Kidnapped College Student

While studying abroad, I was drugged, kidnapped, and imprisoned . . . in a Hong Kong brothel. After several failed attempts to escape, I know my time is running out. My innocence is about to be sold to the highest bidder.

A Billionaire CEO

My plan was to meet an investor at the upscale brothel, and immediately return to Boston. That was until I uncovered Lily. I recognized her instantly, but she had no memory of me. 

Now I only have one night to claim her and rescue her from her captors.

Will one night be enough for him to win her trust, to rescue her?




She has a job to do, and she can’t let anything get in her way—not even love…

DEA special agent Brittany Townsend’s assignment is simple. She’s to go undercover at the trendy San Francisco restaurant that’s a suspected cover for a drug smuggling ring, and get the evidence she needs to shut them down. Too bad there’s nothing simple about her feelings for the restaurant’s loyal, charming, and distractingly sexy head chef… 

Quincy McKnight made a deal with the devil to save his brother’s life. Now, his restaurant is a front for illegal activity he could never condone, but must tolerate. His life is way too messy to even consider romantic entanglements. But…there’s something about his lovely, whip-smart, new employee that’s making him rethink everything…

Brittany and Quincy are in danger of losing a lot more than their hearts as this mission plays out. Can their potential romance stand the heat in Quincy’s kitchen? Or will their one shot at happily ever after go up in flames?

Cooked is a spicy, steamy, lightly angsty, romantic suspense standalone with a guaranteed HEA.