Romance novelist Victoria Clarke seems to have it all: adoring husband, successful career, beautiful home. At least that’s what outsiders think.
In reality, her husband is emotionally abusive, and their marriage is falling apart. Victoria is miserable but suffers in silence until she encounters the charming Joshua Larson while researching a new book.
She meets him in the most unconventional way—through a prisoner pen-pal website. Though Victoria is hesitant at first, she’s drawn to this intriguing, misunderstood man. He was charged with murder for his part in a bar fight, implicated for wearing the colors of his motorcycle club. She believes him when he says it was self-defense.
The two exchange letters and then talk on the phone. Joshua gives Victoria everything she’s been missing—support, confidence, affection, and passion.
Victoria can’t help but ponder a new life, leaving her awful husband and Canada behind for her new friend in the United States. After all, Joshua will be free in four years, and she’s beginning to believe that he’s the love of her life.
If she takes a leap of faith, will Joshua turn out to be her soul mate, or is he hiding something sinister?
Liv loves Jaxon, too bad he is nothing but a liar. She broke up with him because he hid things from her, like the fact that he’s the Prince of Hell.
In an effort to win her back (or at the very least, get her to see him again), Jaxon throws a Halloween party in Hell hoping she’ll show. He knows if he can get her to hear him out, she may give him another chance.
Will Jaxon get her to forgive him, or will Liv walk away from the man she loves?
Reader Note: This short story is a standalone with a happily ever after, and contains sexual material.
Teenage witch, Annabelle Taylor, has always loved the holiday season. Family traditions, decorations, the smell of Christmas cookies, and, of course, the sound of her dad’s jingle bells. But this year, everything has changed. Christmas isn’t the same without her dad.
All Annabelle wants to do is stick to tradition, except the rest of her family isn’t too keen on the idea. Celebrating a mortal Christmas without the only mortal in the family doesn’t jive with them. But when strange Christmas gifts begin appearing from her long-gone ancestors with cryptic messages attached, it forces her to break tradition and her dad’s number one rule: no magic at Christmas.
Struggling to make sense of the messages and to come to terms with change, Annabelle begins to doubt her ability to bring her family back together in time to celebrate the holidays. To make matters worse, her hot new neighbor, Garrett Carson, keeps popping up at the untimeliest moments. If she’s not careful, he might figure out that she’s a magic-wielding witch.