literary

The Henchmen of Zenda - Pre-order

KJ Charles

Swordfights, lust, betrayal, murder: just another day for a henchman.

Some people are heroes. Some are henchmen.

Jasper Detchard is a disgraced British officer, now selling his blade to the highest bidder. He’ll do whatever he’s paid for—and right now the man paying him is Michael Elphberg, half brother to the King of Ruritania. Michael wants the throne for himself, and Jasper is one of the scoundrels he hires to help him take it. Except that when Michael makes his move, things don’t go entirely to plan—and the penalty for treason is death.

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Out, Proud, and Prejudiced - Pre-order

Megan Reddaway

One’s proud, one’s prejudiced, and they can’t stand each other. Right?

Quick-tempered Eliot Rourke hates Darius Lanniker on sight. Darius may be a hotshot city lawyer, but that doesn’t give him the right to sneer at Eliot, his friends, and their college. It doesn’t help that Eliot’s restaurant job has him waiting at Darius’s table. So when his tutor recommends him for an internship at Darius’s Pemberley estate, Eliot isn’t sure he wants it. He’s also not sure he can afford to turn it down.

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The California Dashwoods - Pre-order

Lisa Henry

When Elliott Dashwood’s father dies, leaving his family virtually penniless, it’s up to Elliott to do what he’s always done: be the responsible one. Now isn’t the right time for any added complications. So what the hell is he doing hooking up with Ned Ferrars? It’s just a fling, right?

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Contraband Hearts by Alex Beecroft

Contraband Hearts (A Porthkennack novel) - Pre-order

Alex Beecroft

His future depends on bringing the smuggler to justice. His heart demands to join him.

Customs officer Peregrine Dean is sent by his patron to investigate rumors of corruption in the Porthkennack customs house. There he is tasked by the local magistrate to bring down the villainous Tomas Quick, a smuggler with fingers in every pie in town. Fired with zeal and ambition, and struck to the core by his first glimpse of Tomas, Perry determines to stop at nothing until he has succeeded.

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Scratch Track by Eli Lang

Scratch Track (Escaping Indigo, #3)

Eli Lang

Being a roadie isn’t everyone’s idea of a dream job, but it’s all Quinn wants. He loves touring, loves getting to hear amazing music every night and, more than anything, loves being someone the band members of Escaping Indigo can lean on.

When Quinn joins the band in the recording studio, it’s supposed to be fun, but it only seems to remind him of doubts he thought he’d left behind—doubts about his brother’s death, his place with the band, and his ability to care for and support his friends. So when his ex, Nicky, tumbles back into his life, Quinn’s completely unprepared. 

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Two Feet Under by Charlie Cochrane

Two Feet Under (Lindenshaw Mysteries, #3)

Charlie Cochrane

Things are looking up for Adam Matthews and Robin Bright—their relationship is blossoming, and they’ve both been promoted. But Robin’s a policeman, and that means murder is never far from the scene.
 

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The Remaking of Corbin Wale, by Roan Parrish

The Remaking of Corbin Wale

Roan Parrish

Last month, Alex Barrow’s whole life imploded—partner, home, job, all gone in forty-eight hours. But sometimes when everything falls apart, better things appear almost like magic. Now, he’s back in his Michigan hometown, finally opening the bakery he’s always dreamed of. But the pleasure of opening day is nothing compared to the lonely and beautiful man who bewitches Alex before he even orders.

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Skin Hunger by Eli Lang

Skin Hunger (Escaping Indigo, #2)

Eli Lang

Ava should be living her dream as the drummer for Escaping Indigo. The problem is, she’s secretly in love with her bandmate, Tuck. But he’s fallen for someone else. Being a drummer is still the best, but for Ava, every day is also a reminder of what she can’t have.

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Count the Shells by Charlie Cochrane

Count the Shells (A Porthkennack novel)

Charlie Cochrane

Michael Gray returned from World War One injured, but at least he returned. Others were not so fortunate, including his first and greatest love, Thomas Carter-Clemence, with whom Michael had parted bitterly before the conflict began.

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Foxglove Copse by Alex Beecroft

Foxglove Copse (A Porthkennack novel)

Alex Beecroft

After a massive anxiety attack, Sam Atkins left his high-powered job in the City and committed himself to life on the road in a small van. Six months in, he’s running out of savings and coming to the conclusion that he might have to go home to his emotionally abusive family.

Needing time to think, he takes a walk through a copse by the Cornish roadside, only to stumble upon the body of a ritualistically killed sheep. As he’s trying to work out what the symbols around the animal mean, the sheep’s owner, Jennifer, and her nephew, Ruan Gwynn, come upon him.

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