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About Danielle Jacks
Danielle lives in Yorkshire, England, with her husband, daughter, and tortoise. She enjoys reading, watching the rain, and listening to old music. Her dreams include writing stories, visiting magical places, and staying young at heart. The people who know her describe her as someone who has her head in the clouds and her mind in a book.
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In this limited edition collection of romances you'll find heroes and heroines thrown into heart-pounding adventures as they help their alien mates escape condemnation to exile on Earth, while others settle into a comfortable almost-human existence.
Out of this world romance can be found here on Earth with this limited edition collection of alien romances brought to you by a diverse group of USA Today bestselling authors along side some new and notable voices in the genre. Explore a whole new world of intergalactic intrigue featuring stories from the following sci-fi romance authors:
HEAT LEVEL 1
Alice's Illusions by Maya Black
The Chosen by Tori Kellett
HEAT LEVEL 2
Azuria's Heart by Rhylie Matthews
The Alien & The Crime Boss by Naomi Valkyrie
Dark Thief by Melissa Riddell
HEAT LEVEL 3
Mated to the Serpent Prince by JC Brown and Lena Lane
My Alien Mates by Jodie A'Lores
Prodigal Granddaughter by Marley Tobin
Exiled by Aurora Hunter
HEAT LEVEL 4
Her Alien Rock Star by Elle Ryan
Taken by the Asani by Elizabeth Dunlap
Xalan Claimed by AJ Mullican
Nova Lost by Kerry Keller and Kira Roman
Haven on Earth by K. Rose
Her Secret Alien by Susanna Eastman
A Ruthless Bargain (Alien Enforcers, #1) by Zadie Fox
A Mate for Haax – Mated to the Grekarian Series by Evie Burks
Rebel Mate by K.O. Newman and Miri Stone
Prometheus Bound by Mariah Thayer
Chastity Unchained by Ashley Amy
Her Virgin Alien by Mariyam Hasnain
My Boss is an Alien by Ashlyn Hawkes
Loving the Alien Exile by K.N. Fray
Representing the Alien Bride Lottery by Margo Bond Collins
Just a Space Fling by Nyx Black and Lore Nicole
Cookies for the Space Man by Star Wing
The Trouble with Aliens by Tricia Schneider
Red Stars Crossed (DragonFire Soul Mates #1) by London Kemaker
Taming The Alien Beast by Aerin Ida Celestia
Bought by the Aliens by Delilah Rose
Zenith’s Anchor by Dove Priest and Raven Hush
My Brother’s Alien Match by Sienna Sway
Hunting Darkness by Sheri-Lynn Marean
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This collection is chock-full of star-crossed lovers and fated mates. Meet these exiled alien warriors, princes and kings today!
This limited edition romance collection features 20+ stories of hope, happy ever afters, and the second chances it took to get there.
In this collection you will find stories of second chances at love and life as our heroes and heroines embark on life changing journeys, whether changing careers or moving half way across the globe.
What second chance have you been longing for? These stories just might inspire you to go out there and grab it.
About the collection:
All NET Author proceeds are being pledged to Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the highest rated breast cancer organization in the United States and largest private funder of breast cancer research worldwide.
The organizer of this collection, Mandy Melanson of Amaryllis Media, LLC, watched her aunt go through diagnosis, treatment, remission, then it returned as Stage 4. It was in that moment she watched her aunt refuse additional treatment because it made her so sick she felt the alternative was a better choice for her and she resigned herself to her diagnosis.
It is our collective hope no one will ever have to feel that way again. That is why she's brought together these 20+ romance authors, who build their careers on hope and happy ever afters, to write this collection of second chances.
Our mission, as the participating authors in this collection, is to use our voices to help BCRF in their mission to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.
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Participating authors in this collection are:
M Leigh Morhaime
Rachel A. Smith
Fei Marie Perez
Heather E. Andrews
Anne Lucy Shanley
Still here is a romance anthology with over twenty-thre stories full of love, laughter, and hope from some incredible authors in the industry. 100% of the royalties will be donated to suicide prevention charities in the UK and US. The anthology is only available for a limited time, though, so one-click your copy before it's gone and help those who need it on their way to health and happiness.
Anna B. Doe
Saffron A. Kent
College is a rite of passage. It’s the place to have fun and forget you ever have to grow up. When one of my pranks leads me into the campus library, it isn’t the books that educate me, it’s the blonde with the smart mouth and luscious lips. Once I’ve seen her, I can’t stop seeing her everywhere. Is the girl who’s been under my nose all this time the one to teach me how to start living for the future?
Education is my escape. The library is the one place I can keep my head down and forget about the past. One late night, a jock stumbles into my sanctuary in need of my help. He’s a mischievous footballer with a cheeky grin. Once he knows who I am, I can’t seem to shake him. Is the star of his own story the one to teach me how to stop looking back at the past?
Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster is instalment 6 of the Frat House Confessions, a 12 part series releasing in 2021.
I’m Lily Steward, and Darewood is my shot to gain a degree in media studies. My focus is firmly on my textbooks until Ethan Russell—the guy who likes to push my buttons—dares me to join the college’s Devil’s Night. The annual event offers a huge cash prize and maybe it’ll be worth spending time with Ethan.
If I join in, I may lose more than my pride, but can I afford to pass up big bucks?
I’m Ethan Russell, and Darewood University is my playground. Balancing my social life and college work is all part of the fun. Devil’s Night is the one night of the school year when everyone gets a little crazy, and I just can’t resist tempting Lily Steward—the girl who is too uptight to let loose—to join in the fun.
If she joins in, maybe I can challenge some of her assumptions about me.
The Yorkshire Dales Food and Drink Festival takes place once a year. It’s my chance to show off my ice cream-making talents. The problem is, my old enemy from school is also here. Oliver Simmons has always been my biggest rival and now he’s set our biggest challenge. Can I win our bet, or will he get what he’s always wanted from me?
Touring with the Gin Tin, my home brewed drinks van is my escape. Working on the farm is my priority. I’ve lived down the road from Rebecca most of my life. She’s smart, pretty, and a fellow farmer. Can I tell her once and for all how I feel about her or will it all become one big game I’m about to lose?
Beyond the Rhubarb is a rivals to more Young Adult short story.
Ten Fabulous authors have come together to create a selection of festive reads to get you in the mood for the big man coming.
Whether that be a stripper accidentally arriving on Christmas eve, kissing underneath the mistletoe, visiting Santa or simple falling in love at the most wonderful time of the year.
Put your feet up, light a fire, make yourself a hot chocolate and grab a blanket, while you jingle your way through these short stories.
K J Ellis
M. B. Feeney
Elle M Thomas
All I want is one last summer of fun with my best friend, Toby.
Blue Oaks Theme Park seems like a perfect place to work while blowing off some steam. It’s our last summer before university and we want to make every day count. The thing I didn’t consider was being attracted to my new boss.
But it’s just one summer. One quick fling. What harm can it do?
Returning home is something I can’t avoid. My dad wants me to start getting serious about my future, while I want to spend the summer teaching kids skateboarding.
As always, he gets his own way, but when a cute brunette – literally – knocks me off my feet, I’m finding the theme park interesting in a whole new way.
A summer romance. Totally insubstantial. I can handle that. Right?
Two people brought together by chance. Both finding something they don’t know they need. A sweet romance about finding a home in the heart.
I’ve been forced to retire from the firehouse after an injury affecting the sensation in my arm, and now I’m lost. With no job and an ugly scar, I turn to the bottle to numb the pain of my new existence.
If I continue living in regret, I’m going to lose my home, my friends, and myself. Can the beautiful young firewoman that means more to me than I let on help me find a future without the service, or am I destined to live in the shadows of my former life?
I'm a newly qualified firefighter, but it's just not the same without my mentor and long-time crush, Sol.
If I continue moving forward with my career, I risk us drifting apart. Can Sol, who's eleven years my senior, finally become more than a friend, or will my job drive a wedge between us.
My name is Rose Wolfbane. Being a wolf is my legacy. But what happens when an enemy coven of witches twist magic to distort such a gift?
My coven and I now live by the moon’s phases, and transforming into a wolf is no longer a choice. If we want to break the curse and take back our magic, I must pretend to be someone I’m not. Navigating the Dutchmen’s lands won’t be easy, but my people are counting on me.
My enemy, the prince of the Dutchmen coven, is searching for a wife, and I’m going to use this to my advantage. I can’t afford to fail, but what if I’m attracted to the prince’s darkness?
I don’t want a wife, but I have no choice. I must conceive a child before I take on my family’s responsibilities and my time is running out. The current amplifier of my realm’s magic is my father, with the help of a rare moonstone, but with every day that passes, the magic consumes him. He’s dying, and it’s my burden to become the new holder of the precious gem.
When Rose shows up in my realm, something changes deep inside me. I’m no longer focused on what I should do. Instead, I’m questioning my future.
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