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#ComingSoon “His Captive Princess (Royal House of Saene Book #3)” by Kiru Taye

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Meet Princess Isha of the Royal House of Saene.

 

Let the countdown begin. His Captive Princess by Kiru Taye is coming!

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On Sale December 14th

 

Isha Saene has perfected the act of balancing her life—a celebrated corporate negotiator spearheading an international trade deal that could catapult her country to one of the fastest growing mid-sized economies in Africa, and a loyal First Princess of Bagumi Kingdom set to seal ties with a neighbouring nation through marriage.

Until one careless moment knocks her carefully choreographed life into chaos.

Zain Bassong has always fought for the underdog—a patriot dedicated to fighting against the oppression of his people by the country’s elite. He believes the pen is mightier than the sword and chooses the diplomatic route, no matter how many times he is arrested by the repressive regime.

Until devastating news triggers a chain reaction.

Isha and Zain are thrown together and their lives change. For better or worse? They will have to figure that out before it’s too late.

 

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“The Color of Lies: (Pandora’s Box series) Episode I” by Perri Forrest

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The Color of Lies: (Pandora’s Box series) Episode I

by Perri Forrest

Genre: African-American/Short Stories/Erotica

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Laura Warren loves her husband Erik unconditionally. She has made many sacrifices in the name of that love. Those sacrifices include the decision to put her professional career on hold so that she could focus solely, on being a devoted wife. But after six years of marriage, Laura has begun to feel that Erik is detaching. She fears that he may be stepping out on her, and involving himself in extramarital activities. Initially, Laura dismisses the lingering thoughts of deception. However, the pull of intuition is far greater than her desire to turn the other cheek. Ready or not, she decides that she can no longer run from the nagging feeling that something is wrong. She has to know . . .

Enter Brooklyn Kellogg, the beautiful owner of the Pandora’s Box agency. While Brooklyn’s motto is, “Innocent until proven filthy,” she knows that the ‘filthy’ is usually the end result. Brooklyn, who knows a thing or two about being the woman scorned, founded Pandora’s Box so that she could help the unsuspecting get to the bottom of the lies. With her trusted security team and beautiful decoys, Brooklyn’s business is the business of bringing a cheater’s lying ways out into the open.

Going into Pandora’s Box, Laura hopes for the best . . . but prepares for the worst. What will the end result be? Will it be a case of intuition gone wrong, or will Laura’s suspicions be positively confirmed?

 

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“Lagging Indicators” by Jennifer Anglade Dahlberg

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Lagging Indicators

by Jennifer Anglade Dahlberg

Genre: Women’s Fiction/African-American

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What happens when your career is your entire identity and it’s suddenly taken away from you?

It’s October 2009 and thirty-five year-old Mia Lewis is an independent woman at the top of her game. Sharp, attractive and the only senior female executive at Atlas Capital, she survived Wall Street during the worst financial crisis in modern history. Devoted to her job, Mia always fights for what she thinks is best for the firm—until one false move ushers her spectacular downfall.

Disgraced and broke, she escapes to a crumbling cottage in upstate New York to repair her reputation and plot her comeback.

Alone and threatened by lasting unemployment, she risks becoming what she has always feared: a failure. But a chance encounter with a handsome single dad ignites feelings and a sense of longing that Mia had intentionally buried. As she begins to consider a new life—one away from the stress and excess of Wall Street—the past comes calling, jeopardizing her whole future.

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“Death of an Island Tart: A Kadence MacBride Mystery (The Kadence MacBride Mystery Series Book 2)” by Janice Croom

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Death of an Island Tart: A Kadence MacBride Mystery (The Kadence MacBride Mystery Series Book 2)

by Janice Croom

Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense/Humor & Satire/African-American

2.99 at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited!

She wanted a reconciliation.

 

She got a murder.

 

If You Like a Sleuth With Attitude

 

You’ll Love Kadence MacBride

Following a breakup of 268 days, 12 hours and 23 minutes, Kadence MacBride has messed up and knows it, so she swallows her pride and makes a surprise visit to the Caribbean to try and reconcile with her boyfriend Terrence.

Unfortunately for her, Terrence has moved on and is about to marry hootchie-momma Barbie.

Unfortunately for him, the wedding is called because of death when his bride to be is found strangled. Instead of saying I do, the police believe Terrence did, commit the murder that is. Since suspects on the island are more likely to see the inside of a coffin than a courtroom, Kadence has to help.

They conduct their investigation in the midst of what the tourist bureau deems civil unrest, but plain folks call riots. With no phone, no lights and no motor car, they’re more stranded than Gilligan. On the run, stripped of their tourist status, the real murderer is closing in.

Unfortunately for them, it looks like the only way they’ll ever leave the island will be in a pine box.

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“It’s You That I Need” by Sheryl Lister

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It’s You That I Need

by Sheryl Lister

Genre: Women’s Fiction/Romance/African-American

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Will former lovers be reunited just in time for Christmas…

Melissa Tucker broke off her no-strings attached liaison with Kyle Jamison the minute she realized that she didn’t just like him—she’d gone and fallen in love with him. Now, months later, the former police detective is the only one she can turn to when the threatening notes she’s been receiving start to escalate. Only she didn’t count on still wanting him…

Kyle shared a sensual affair with Melissa and was completely blindsided when she broke things off. Granted he’d made his position against long-term relationships very clear at the start, but she’s the one woman he hasn’t been able to forget and now that he has the chance, he intends to prove to her that he is indeed a one-woman man.

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“Harlem” by Eric Jerome Dickey

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Harlem

by Eric Jerome Dickey

Genre: Thriller & Suspense/Crime Fiction/Organized Crime/African-American

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Available for the first time as an eBook, New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey’s thrilling short story Harlem

“People called me Harlem. I dubbed myself after that dangerous neighborhood that I’d never seen. I read life is rough in Harlem, and a black man isn’t expected to live to see twenty-five. I was twenty-three. The clock was ticking.”

When Harlem gets off on a murder charge due to insanity, the asylum he’s sent to feels worse than death, with one exception: the beautiful nurse Daphane. As their relationship grows, so do the stakes: she has the ability to help him escape, and he has the ability to set her free from her abusive relationship. Yet Harlem has one big secret: he was perfectly sane when he committed his crime. But in the end, Daphane’s own secret may be the deadliest of all. . . .

Includes an excerpt from Eric’s upcoming novel, Before We Were Wicked, coming April 2019. 
Harlem was previously published in the 2006 anthology Voices from the Other Side.

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“Perfect Peace: A Novel” by Daniel Black

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Perfect Peace: A Novel

by Daniel Black

Genre: Literary Fiction/Southern/African-American

1.99 at time of posting!

The heartbreaking portrait of a large, rural southern family’s attempt to grapple with their mother’s desperate decision to make her newborn son into the daughter she will never have

When the seventh child of the Peace family, named Perfect, turns eight, her mother Emma Jean tells her bewildered daughter, “You was born a boy. I made you a girl. But that ain’t what you was supposed to be. So, from now on, you gon’ be a boy. It’ll be a little strange at first, but you’ll get used to it, and this’ll be over after while.” From this point forward, his life becomes a bizarre kaleidoscope of events. Meanwhile, the Peace family is forced to question everything they thought they knew about gender, sexuality, unconditional love, and fulfillment.

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