Ariel doesn’t believe in herself or her powers anymore, and she forgot everything about getting in love. She doesn’t nurture any illusions that she will meet Prince Charming one day. She just goes through the motions, full of resentments, unfulfilled, and almost defeated.
Becka wanted the power and the money. What she got was losing her heart. Becka is a witch and not a very good one. With her great-grandmother’s curse hanging over her she has no idea how to escape her fate. When she suddenly spills her coffee on a stranger she finds out there’s more to life than what she thought.
A chance encounter makes Lily hope again, and Mark finds his stopping point. Lily comes from a family of witches, and she has got a curse over her head. The Winston family is large, full of wonders, happiness, but also bitterness.
This is a palace where one wrong move can determine if you live or die. In the quest for her family to survive, Aramade found herself in this dangerous territory only to be noticed by the second prince.
She was just humoring her friend. She got adventure and a soul mate. In this first book of the inspirational and humorous series Perfect Halves, talking about love and adventure and second chances, the novel Double-Edged joins Kate, a small, independent shop owner on her quest for romance and happily ever after.
She looks for peace of mind. He looks for revenge. They both get what they want but with a twist.
Diane’s an artist and a city girl. She inherits her aunt’s ranch house and land and moves there in a journey to rediscover herself. But first, she discovers her inheritance comes with strings attached and people are willing to kill over it.
Alfie savoured his lunch hour escaping the bland tang of the city office for beautiful librarian Grace’s index of palatable contents, his infatuation growing stronger by every visit. But will he get the woman of his dreams? Many emotions are put to the test in this short romantic story, and not only for our protagonist but also for you, the reader.
Jay was just looking for fun. What he got was losing his heart and peace of mind. Jay is not a very good guy. He can read minds – even though not very well and not all the time. Yet, he uses his ability to play cards and win the pot.