New Releases: Week of August 22, 2017

It's A Kind of Magic | Rea Thomas

It’s A Kind of Magic

Edie Barton is a sucker for tradition, and her favorite tradition of all is closing her guesthouse for one week at the end of May. One week of absolute solitude, to do as she pleases–and first on her list is visiting O’Driscoll’s Travelling Fairground. Every year since her adolescence, the fairground has come to Killymalin, and Edie loves that little has changed.

Just as she’s about to close up for the week, an unexpected guest arrives in the form of the outrageously gorgeous and very charming Rohan Kapadia. Edie knows Rohan is running from something, but she cannot possibly imagine that he is a mega-star actor in India’s Bollywood, and that the demise of his engagement to the stunning-but-spiteful Neha Sharma has all but gutted him.

Tired of the malicious lies in the gossip rags, Rohan has absconded to Ireland, where he shares a magical night with Edie at the fairground. Unable to deny their burning attraction, Edie and Rohan embark on a passionate love affair. Their sexual bliss comes to a crashing halt with the arrival of Rohan’s ex and a swarm of paparazzi. Edie must decide whether she trusts Rohan enough to disregard the stories in the magazines, or whether their relationship is doomed before it even begins.

Magic Touch by Samantha Winston

Magic Touch

Diamina has a dilemma–she has to defeat her father, the evil Snake God. Her powers can undo his spells, but only if she’s a virgin. Disguised as a slave girl to escape her father’s minions who have orders to capture her, she ends up in the palace of Prince Lyo. When enemies attack, she saves Lyo. Together, they vow to find a way to regain his kingdom and defeat the Snake God. Not an easy task–especially with forbidden passion growing between them.

Lyo’s and Diamina’s quest takes them from the high seas to the treacherous desert. They travel on foot, by ship, on a camel named Sunshine, and by astral projection. Yet, the most dangerous peril of all is simply making love.

Take one sexy runaway, a giant cobra, a talking cat who can only predict doom–add a healthy dose of magic which is strictly forbidden by the Snake God–and mayhem will result!

  • Note: This book was previously released by another publisher under the title Diamina.

The Gardener by Reghan Ross

The Gardener

Heading to Tampa to avoid her family’s summer cookout, Natalia meets the sexy gardener next door to her friend’s villa and knows her summer vacation just took a turn for the better. She needs to figure out how to move forward as a single mother with a child on the way, and a new man doesn’t mix in her plans. But the sex is sizzling hot.

Surgeon Rafael Ortega started his summer vacation with his love of gardening. After he cleans up his yard, he heads over to the empty villa next door to trim their tropical trees. He stumbles across a topless sunbather and invites her to dinner. He falls for Natalia fast, but she doesn’t seem to have the same feelings for family that he has. Can he convince her she means more to him than a short summer fling? And that family is everything?

How can Natalia explain to Rafael how her family treats her? Does it even matter? She is pregnant by her ex. She doesn’t see how they can resolve their differences. When she heads home for a family emergency, Rafael follows her and shows her how much she means to him.

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