December’s new releases are full of passion and thrills

It’s time for our last batch of new releases for 2019! We’ve got romance and thrillers to carry you into the New Year.

Thursday Afternoons by Tracey Richardson

For Amy Spencer and Ellis Hall, Thursday afternoons are filled with no-strings attached passion, which has helped heal old wounds for each woman. But when their real-life worlds collide outside of a steamy hotel room, what will becomes of their Thursday afternoons? Will they stop, or become something much more?

Ready for Love by Catherine Maiorisi

After two decades of unrequited love, Renee Rousseau vows to get over her newly married friend in ten weeks before meeting up with the couple in Paris. When Renee reconnects with Lady Constance Martindale, a woman she was in a casual relationship with sixteen years ago, and was dumped by when feelings started getting too real. Can Renee sort out her feelings for both women in order to open herself up to real love?

The Taking by Celeste Castro

Peachy is on a mission to steal a priceless amulet when she finds herself close to death and ends up bizarre world where she’s looked after by a woman who can speak to Peachy with only her mind. By stealing the amulet, Peachy has enacted a powerful chain of events, including a crazed being who will stop at nothing to retrieve the treasured heirloom. Peachy is aided by Noomi, a powerful Fae, against forces who want to kill them both.

The Bartender’s Secret: A Cruise of Deception by Jody Valley

In book three of the Kera Van Brocklin Series, Kera’s twin Deidre decides to take a job with a small adventure cruise company in Alaska with hopes it will clear her head. When Deidre is nearly killed after falling from a steep cliff, Kera rushes to her side. While the cruise company tries to claim Deidre’s fall was accidental or a suicide attempt, Kera doesn’t believe it. Her sister was scared of heights and not suicidal. She launches her own investigation by joining the ship with her partner Mandy, to get to the bottom of things. They learn much more than they ever anticipated, something that will put them all at risk.

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