New Books Out From Great Authors


Because I write for long stretches without reading I often have to do long stretches of catching up on some of my favorite authors. This means I need a place to stick all my favorites that have happened over the past month so I can finally get around to reading them.

So, I’m about to pimp some authors. I hope you like them.

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Magdalene by Moirah Jovan

Magdalene is book 3 of 5 in the Dunham series.

Excerpt
The Dunham Series

Mitch Hollander, the widowed bishop of a Mormon congregation, falls in love with Cassie St. James, the consultant hired to reorganize his steel mill. Meanwhile, a man in Mitch’s congregation plots to take over the position of bishop using Cassie’s past profession as a prostitute as his weapon.

A Mormon bishop.
An ex-prostitute.
A man with a vendetta.
Let the games begin…

All Romance Ebooks | Amazon | Smashwords | B10 MediaWorx | Barnes & Noble

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MAY 2007

THE WEAVERFIELDS HEIR by David Bridger

New Release

When Kate Richards inherits a dilapidated English estate from her estranged grandfather, she finds herself thrust into a world full of hostile new family members, mysterious Romany tenants, and strange visions of “the net” – an invisible web that connects everything in the universe. Kate thinks she’s losing her sanity, but the odd family stories and disturbing tales of locals convince her that something sinister is going on at Weaverfields, while the inescapable pull of the net draws her deeper into the secrets of her new home.

But with those secrets come danger, and an old evil that refuses to let go of its hold on the net – or on Weaverfields. The only person who seems to understand is Joe, a Romany street artist with his own ties to the land. Kate and Joe must master the net before the past intrudes on the present… in very ugly ways…

Read an excerpt and buy The Weaverfields Heir at Etopia Press.

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JP Barnaby, Little Boy Lost Series

-I read the first one of this series, but I doubt I’ll get to the second for a while. (Up to my eyeballs in work) But I did want to give it some love, because the first book was great.

Little Boy Lost: Enlightened 
Release: March 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Little Boy Lost is the story of Brian McAllister, the boy next door.

Brian goes to school, does his homework, and helps his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret. He is in love with his best friend, Jamie. In Crayford, Alabama being in love with another boy is the worst kind of sin.

In this first book, Enlightened, Brian and Jamie discover just how deep their emotional bond runs, and at what cost. From fumbling through their first sexual experiences to hiding every aspect of their relationship from everyone in their lives, Brian and Jamie battle for the one thing that is truly theirs – love.

What will they do if their secret is discovered?

Dreamspinner Press

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Little Boy Lost: Abandoned
Release: May 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Little Boy Lost, Book Two

Jamie is gone.

Brian’s secret has been revealed.

Brian McAllister’s story continues as he tries to cope with the loss of his best friend and soul mate amid the alienation and ridicule of his classmates. When hatred turns to violence, Brian narrows his focus to two goals: surviving and finding Jamie. Along the way he meets Adam, whose life has also been shattered by violence and cruelty. Can Adam fill the hole in Brian’s life left by Jamie’s absence? The answer will change everything.

Dreamspinner Press

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FRICTION by Kim Knox

Book 2 of the Planetary Bodies Series

Release May 3rd


A deal is a deal.

But when that deal is to appear in Tomas Thorne’s office ready to offer herself for his…consumption, Shan Rayner runs, hides and has no intention of going through with it. That is until she’s hit by sheen, a turbulent force from the Uranian lower atmosphere. A force that brings her darkest desires to the surface.

Need swamps her and she finds herself outside his office and all too ready to agree to anything he wants. Absolutely anything.

Ellora’s Cave

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