Posted June 29, 2015 by Kris and Vik in Book Love, Home, Release Blitz / 0 Comments


Summer is here! Time for long, lazy days poolside or on the beach, and of course, a super hot read is a must-have.

We’ve got you covered. Or . . . uncovered . . .

Ready for a summer escape? Get 15 contemporary romance stories by best-selling and award-winning authors for 99¢! Each novel and novella has a beach setting, an irresistible love story with HEA, and high sizzle factor. Slather on the sunscreen, grab a cool drink, and get ready to get hot!


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Here’s just a taste . . .

Ecstasy By the Sea by Chris Almeida & Cecilia Aubrey

A honeymoon to remember.

Burn Me by Eirinn Brennan

She was sure of the future until she experienced what else it had to offer.

Finding Joy by EmKay Connor

You can run from your secrets, but you can’t hide.

Kissing Drake by Jenna Dales

A tall, dark and seriously hot hero and the woman who makes him forget about being so serious.

Madrona Sunset by Jami Davenport

Damaged souls craving comfort for a moment or a lifetime.

The Good Enough Husband by Sylvie Fox

What would you do if you met your soul mate, but you were already married?

The Posse by Tawdra Kandle

One woman, three men, and a beach romance as unpredictable as the riptide.

How to Say Goodbye by Amber Lin

She’s here for the summer. He lives on the streets. They’ll both learn how to say goodbye.

Last Call By Alannah Lynne

One unforgettably hot night could lead to forever…or…death…

Sunny and 75 by Scarlett Metal

Can paradise heal their broken hearts or will their pasts come back to haunt them?

Midnight Shadows by Lisa Marie Rice

She sees shadows that aren’t there.

Two Are Better Than One by Suzanne Rock

Two Irish exchange students convince the straight-laced Hannah that two men are better than one.

The Billionaire’s Assassin by Margaret Taylor

Adrian Hoyle couldn’t know that meeting a hot Hollywood actor would be hazardous to her health.

Sun Kissed by Nancy Warren

It’s hard not to mix business and pleasure when your business is surfing.

Miami Dreams by Layla Wilcox

Starting over in the Magic City means believing in second chances when none seem possible.

Jenna Dales’ Lackadaisical Rules for Beaching

I love going to the beach to get away — just for a little while — from everyday life. When I can, I like to go to write and read and just relax.IMG_1627 This is the Oregon Coast. I’m here to write a book in four days. Admittedly, it’s not a long book, but it’s still keeping me busy with my morning, afternoon, and evening word counts. Still, I can’t visit the coast without a daily walk on the beach. Because writing a book — even a short book — can feel long, and life is short. Since I need the reminder to enjoy what’s in front of me, not just what’s in my head, here are my rules for walking on the beach: IMG_1702

Look around

Sometimes I get caught up in minutia and forget to appreciate the big picture. The big, pretty, golden (if slightly out of focus) picture. IMG_1675

Look down

Sometimes minutia is really interesting! Bird tracks and scuttling sand fleas and rocks leaving arrows in the water, but only for a moment before it’s gone. IMG_1695

Look up

Actually this one is not a “do” but a “don’t”. Seagulls, you know. IMG_1648

Look again

Things change depending on the point of view and the color of the mood. If I squint just right, sometimes I can change them to what I want them to be. IMG_1669

Look out

Always keep an eye out for treasures that the ocean keeps bringing to your feet. (And always look out for the sneaker waves that’ll take you back with them.) If words were sand, my shoes would be full, but I still have miles to go. Even so, I’ll be sure to take a few moments to enjoy the here and now.

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