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-- Fallen Angel Reviews

"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
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- The Romance Studio

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..."Seriously entertaining and
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"...solidly written
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Ace, Deuce, Trey
The sequel to Deuce of

Ian Coulter has his hands
full with a sexy office
assistant, a favorite movie
star client and a drag queen
best friend. He can juggle all
of it because he and his
lover, FBI agent Rick Mohr,
are finally together.

To learn more and to read an
excerpt, click

Asa can’t believe he’s
found Ford again, so
why is he angry with

Learn more about
Undeniable here.
Certified an All
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bestseller on May
20, 2015!
Circle of Steel

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Book IV in Ian Coulter's
Amethyst Cove series.

When a sniper targets Rick as his first victim,
it's up to Ian figure out why.
It's easier said than done since Rick is not
a happy patient and can't be in on the action.  

Rick's unable to participate in the hunt for the sniper. Tensions
rise and truths are finally revealed, ones that could tear
Ian and Rick apart.

Ride Your Luck

Regan Oakley’s luck ran out. After a stint in rehab, he’s putting his
life back together without the booze.

Wythe Carver’s life took a strange turn. Suspected of murdering the
ranch foreman, he’s hanging on, one day at a time. The person who
could alibi him has disappeared and Wythe can’t find him.

Regan sets out to find the truth of what happened that night at the
Bar RC. He’s sure Wythe is innocent, and he’s just as sure he has no
business getting involved with the boss’s son. With no solid proof to
clear Wythe, Regan needs to ride his luck to get to the truth and keep
Wythe by his side.
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Following the death of his partner, Jagger Davis is on a
sabbatical to finish healing and to get his life moving again. JD
goes to Sandbridge, Virginia for a restful summer of solitude
and discovers the cottage next door is full of friendly
neighbors. One in particular catches his interest.

Nate Fischer is part of a group of guys who spend every
summer at Sandbridge. An IT specialist for a private contractor
at the nearby Naval base, Nate’s taking some vacation time.
When JD arrives, Nate invites him to a cookout on the beach. It
isn’t long before Nate and JD are inseparable, but there are
three men in the relationship.

JD’s memories are a constant companion. He won’t banish
them to satisfy someone new. When Nate’s job abruptly calls
him away, JD realizes he didn’t give his summer lover a fair
chance. Now he has to convince Nate there’s room in his heart
for both the past and the future.