His erotic demands test everything she believes.
When the fearless, larger-than-life Nathan Donovan becomes her boss, Kelsey Lane’s life is turned upside down. The multimillionaire wants her by his side, but his demands don’t end there.
Kelsey avoids romantic entanglements, especially with overwhelmingly dynamic men like Nathan. But she quickly discovers his attention and sensual desires ignite something deep inside her, leading her on a journey that tests everything she believes.
The youngest, boldest of the dynamic Donovan brothers, Nathan is accustomed to getting what he wants. And he focuses his attention on the smart, sexy Kelsey. He quickly discovers she’s unlike any woman he’s ever known.
She meets him, desire for desire, getting deep inside him, destroying the barriers he keeps around his heart. He wonders, though, if she’s willing to give him the one thing he demands…
Winner of the 2013 Best BDSM Book of the Year award (Over The Line), the 2014 LASR Book of the Year award (In The Den), and the 2015 Golden Flogger (Crave), Sierra was born in Manchester, England where she spent her early years traipsing through castles. After living in Denver for a number of years, the internationally acclaimed author now calls Galveston, Texas, home. She loves the way history blends with Southern manners (being called "sugar" is an experience unto itself) and rich pirate lore.
She invites you to join her on a sensual journey where the limits are explored and expanded.
Christmastime in cozy Crystal Brook, North Carolina is for tree trimming and family dinners, not for falling in love. Besides, Gwen Lawrence doesn’t believe in love. Not since her heart was broken a year ago back in New York. She’s yet to recover and finds that love only taunts and teases but never fully delivers. So she keeps herself busy in a whirlwind of lattes and paperbacks via her new business – a hometown bookstore coffee shop – and avoids all chances of love… until Jason Adler arrives in town.
Jason, a billionaire real estate mogul, once did believe in love – until his wife divorced him out of the blue. No longer believing in a happily ever after, he is content to use women for one night stands and weekend flings. Until he meets his match in the headstrong, deceptively aloof Gwen, who isn’t impressed with what’s in his pocket or his pants. An unusual set of circumstances find them spending Christmas week under the same roof – Gwen’s parent’s house – and the holiday sparks start flying.
In the midst of a family holiday, can a Christmas miracle occur? Or will Santa only deliver heartbreak once again?
Jessica Blake is the author of the hot alpha billionaire romance series, The Billionaire Prisoner, along with her friend Alice Ward.
Since she was a young college girl reading and writing romance was what she loved the most and she enjoys entertaining her fans through her books.
Living in Miami, she likes to sit by the pool with her laptop and write her next hot romance.
However, when she is not reading or writing romance, she also enjoys being with her beautiful family.
Book Title: For the Clan
Author: Archer Kay Leah
Genre: Science fiction romance
Release Date: May 25, 2016
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
And for a Ven like Roan Lee, it doesn't matter where he lives. Safety is a luxury. So is freedom.
Roan is desperate to escape the governtary's exploitation and torture. He is nothing to them but 54σK1, an artifact born from a genetic mishap. When the chance to escape arises, he makes a run for it—and encounters the lover from his past, twisting his future into a second chance he never expected.
As leaders of Clan Teach, Jace Ama and his wife, Cayra Diega, have enough difficulty keeping their people safe. When Roan is thrown to their feet as a prisoner, their marriage becomes an additional challenge. Jace still loves Roan, but where does that place Cayra?
"I'm sorry," Jace whispered, hoping Roan could understand it wasn't just about how the sentries treated him; it was over things for which Jace could never apologize enough.
Behind the sunglasses, there was no hint of emotion.
Jace's breath hitched. This was what they'd become: one man without emotion and the other with only part of a heart.
He hated the governtary more than he ever had.
"Here, drink this," Cayra demanded, her voice breaking through Jace's seething thoughts. Her tan hand thrust a metal bottle towards Roan. She'd run back to their tent without him noticing, Jace realized.
Roan remained still.
Cayra held the bottle further. "Go on. Won't kill you. It's water. You need it more than I do."
After a moment of silence, Roan accepted the bottle. "Thanks," he muttered before taking a drink.
"What are you doing here?" Jace asked.
Roan grunted, wiping his mouth with the back of his hand. "What are you doing here?"
Jace blinked. What kind of question was that?
"Last I knew, you were up on Lake Huron," Roan continued. "Oh, wait, that's when you all sold me out. Guess a lot changes in fifteen years."
"Roan…" Jace looked at the ground. There was no mistaking the sarcasm in Roan's tone, not that Jace blamed him. It was the sound of Jace's guilt, wrapped up in words he couldn't bring himself to say. But not here. Not in front of everyone gaping at the two of them as if Jace had lost his mind. Behind him, clan members whispered. They wanted to know everything.
They would have to settle for knowing nothing.
Jace spun towards the crowd. "This man is not a prisoner," he announced, "and he will not be a prisoner. He once was part of our family; a dedicated member of Clan Teach. Through no fault of his own, he was ripped away from us. So we'll show him the same courtesy as we did then." The whispers stopped as he raised his hand. "And just to make sure we're all on the same page, I'm invoking Clan Leader Privilege."
The shocked expressions told him all he needed to know.
He hated being leader.
"Maybe we should get you into the tent," Cayra suggested, pulling Jace back. When she touched Roan's shoulder, he flinched and curled away from her. She recoiled without a hint of surprise. "Just to talk. Come on… Roan."
"You can yell at me in there," Jace added, hoping it wasn't a true incentive.
Part of him was dismayed the moment Roan relented and followed them to the tent. Maybe Roan hated him more than he thought. Maybe the sunglasses were a saving grace, hiding years of rage behind a tint of indifference.
"I'm sorry," Jace whispered as they entered the tent.
"Heard you the first time," Roan answered, his flat tone saying almost nothing.
Cayra didn't ask, not even as she took her place by Jace's side.
No one was talking to him. Not his former lover. Not his wife.
Hurts – Blood, Tears & Gold
Hurts – Somebody to Die For
Hurts – Unspoken
Hurts – Wonderful Life
Jetta – I'd Love To Change the World
Tove Lo – Scream My Name
Portishead – Roads
Rest of the Playlist!
Accost – Warsaw Pact Yard Sale
Chumbawamba – Outsider
Chumbawamba – The Good Ship Lifestyle
Cinephile – Comatose
Deuce – America (explicit)
Duran Duran – Come Undone
Eivør Pálsdóttir – Is It Cold Outside
Eklipse – In the End
Eklipse – Wonderful Life
Ellie Goulding – Hanging On
Five Finger Death Punch – Far From Home
Hurts – Blind
Imagine Dragons – Nothing Left To Say
James Newton Howard (feat. Jennifer Lawrence) – The Hanging Tree
Madonna – Live to Tell
Marina and the Diamonds – Lies
MS MR – Bones
Plumb – Damaged
Radical Face – The Gilded Hand
XOV – Animal
Archer most enjoys writing speculative fiction and is engaged in a very particular love affair with fantasy, especially when it is dark and emotionally charged. When not reading and writing for work or play, Archer is a geek with too many hobbies and keeps busy with other creative endeavors, a music addiction, and whatever else comes along. Archer lives in London, Ontario with a same-sex partner and their cat.