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Have My Heart
An Interracial Romance Short Story
In Gwen’s dreams, no one can take him away from her. His toned body and beautiful mind belong to her… but her feelings for the man she loves can only be expressed on the pages of her journal, hidden in the darkness of night, while the judgmental eyes of the world sleep.
After receiving several threats from those she once called friends, Gwen is forced to reassess her newfound relationship with her sinfully sexy neighbor, Blake. It’s not until Blake’s daughter is also on the receiving end of those threats that Gwen decides to take action.
Just as her determination begins to crumble, Blake becomes her rock, ensuring that one day soon they will be together. Racial judgments be damned.
** This 10,000 word short story was originally published in the ALL OUR LOVE Romance Anthology by Novel Grounds **
A Ghost Romance Short Story
Going through life with no memory of her cruel past seems like the best way to survive. But when those memories begin to shadow her every move, she is forced to realize her fate.
While working her shifts at a local western bar, Brittany notices a mysterious man lurking in the shadows. Even though she’s used to being ogled, the man’s cryptic gifts unnerve her. They’re like puzzle pieces—hints that she is determined to understand.
When her admirer also begins to stalk her dreams, will Brittany continue to block out her past?
** This 9,300 word short story was originally published in “STALKERS: A Collection of Thriller Stories” and includes several ADULT bonus scenes never before seen. **
A Fourth of July Contemporary Romance Holiday Novella
While deployed overseas, his mission classified, the heartfelt letters Maximus writes are the only bits of communication Liberty receives during the year he is away. Her memories of him, along with a box full of letters, become her most prized possessions—that and the life growing inside her.
It’s not until communication stops, and the scheduled return of her Army hero comes and goes, that Libby begins to freak out. Her worry for his welfare, along with concern over her current situation, wreaks havoc on her once-solid nerves.
While she’s waiting for his return with bated breath, she clings to hope and remembers the words he once wrote: “A soldier doesn’t fight because he hates what is in front of him. A soldier fights because he loves what he left behind.” The infamous quote is a constant reminder of why he chooses to fight: For Liberty.