PREMIERE

A Collection of Romantic Tales from Romance Writers of America®

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From Romance Writers of America® comes a never-before-published collection of tales that showcases the breadth and complexity of the world’s most popular genre of fiction!

New York Times bestselling authors Joan Johnston and Vicki Lewis Thompson show the wonder of contemporary romance, while New York Times bestselling authors Monica Murphy and Laura Kaye’s New Adult romances delve into the evolving Millennial perspective.

New York Times bestselling authors Cindy Gerard and Allison Brennan bring the thrills in their tales of romantic suspense.

New York Times bestselling authors Sabrina Jeffries and Courtney Milan take you on a trip back in time with lush stories of historical romance.

And editor and #1 New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Day’s tale of angels and sizzling desire takes readers to the edge with paranormal romance.

From the first love of Young Adult romance to tales of second chances, LGBT romance to the realms of the supernatural, contemporary to historical, suspense to inspirational, the genre of romance has a story for every reader and this blockbuster inaugural collection from Romance Writers of America showcases it all!

Plus tales from

– Lila Bell – Erica Ridley; – T. L. Costa – Regina Scott; – Diane Kelly – Harper St. George;
– Amber Lin – Katy Regnery; – Lex Valentine

    • eBook Novel
    • Publisher: Romance Writers of America, Inc
    • An e-Novel | February 9, 2015
    • ASIN: B00PG7W9TM
    • Digital Price: $4.99

A BITTER CREEK CHRISTMAS

Bitter Creek Books Series | e-book novella

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In “A Bitter Creek Christmas” five couples celebrating the holidays at the Bitter Creek Ranch in Texas share stories of their most memorable Christmas gift while awaiting the arrival of a long-lost brother.


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    • eBook Novella
    • Publisher: Joan Mertens Johnston, Inc.
    • An e-Novella | December 1, 2013
    • Price: $1.49

WATCH OUT FOR MY GIRL

Benedict Brothers Series #1 | eBook Short Story

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In “Watch Out for My Girl” Nash Benedict finds himself turning Benedict Arnold after promising to look after his brother’s girl while he serves in Afghanistan.

An accidental crush becomes an inappropriate affair of the heart, and that leads the characters headlong into a meeting with murder.

 

(“Watch Out For My Girl” was originally published in the MIRA Books hardcover anthology THRILLER 2: Stories You Just Can’t Put Down in May 2010.)


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    • eBook Short Story
    • Publisher: Joan Mertens Johnston, Inc.
    • A Short Story edition| March 20, 2012
    • Price: $.99
“Watch Out for My Girl” features the eldest of the American Benedict Brothers, Nash Benedict. Nash is introduced in OUTCAST, which features his younger brother, Ben, and which is available in stores and on-line now Here’s how Nash is introduced in OUTCAST:

“I guess the rumors were wrong. You look fine to me.”

Ben’s head popped up from where he was pressing kisses to Anna’s throat beneath her ear. “How the hell did you get here?” he rasped, gaping at the intruder.

Anna jerked free of his embrace, staring with alarm at the intimidating man standing in the doorway dressed in jungle cammies and black jump boots.

She’d thought Ben Benedict was physically perfect. This man was a larger-than-life version of Ben. He was taller, even more broad-shouldered, with sharp cheekbones and hollowed cheeks, piercing blue eyes and very unmilitary black hair that hung over both brow and collar.”

“I wasn’t expecting you,” Ben said.

“The man in the doorway lifted an eyebrow, curved his lips into a smile, and shot Anna a wink. “Sorry to interrupt.”

Anna flushed to the roots of her blond hair. “I’ll leave the two of you to talk.”

“You’re not going to introduce me to your girl?” the man said, stopping Anna in her tracks.

“She’s not my girl,” Ben said with a snarl. “She’s my shrink.”

The big man chuckled. “Well, well.”

Anna approached the grinning man and asked, “Who are you?”

He jerked a thumb in Ben’s direction. “I’m his big brother. Nash Benedict, at your service, ma’am.”