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Amaryllis
Joyce
Proell

After Lily Fitzhugh learns her father is imprisoned in New York for being a traitor to the crown, she determines to leave England to get him released. She stows away on the Providence, where she meets gun runner Griffin Faraday. Along with Griffin’s shipment of guns to America, they take on a pirate with an eye for Lily.

Tribe of Daughters
Kate L.
Mary

SCI-FI:  Deep in the mountains, secluded from civilization, a matriarchal society has thrived for the past seventy years. Here there are no brothers, fathers, or sons and boys have no mothers. Men exist only to serve the women, doing as they are told and are punished severely for their defiance. This is the only life Wilderness has known.

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Sara is 100% done with men, and Travis has never had luck with the ladies. Sara has her hands full with raising her son, owning a business, and facing the ghosts of her past. Investing in another man is bound to end in disappointment.

FANTASY:  Reighn had no idea when he woke up one morning, that by the end of the day, he would not only have his long-desired mate but two young daughters as well. The most feared and strongest of all dragons and leader of a dying society, Reighn has waited a thousand years for his shadow. When Sage wakes up, it is to the news that her daughter has been kidnapped.

Butterfly Bride
Ginger
Hanson

Hope Templeton is shocked when her father declares she is getting married to a Marquis. Her intended is named Kit, and he is just as shocked when he sees his new bride for the first time. She is quite plain, stammers and has a rash all over her face. Thankfully, the agreement he made with Hope’s father requires him to leave for Canada right after the wedding.

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