New Releases: Week of August 9, 2016

Scrying for Summer | Katherine McIntyre

Scrying for Summer

Yeah, all right, Jev said she was looking for adventure, but she meant the garden variety, like stomping out nasty fae in the city as an enforcer of the Philly Coven. She didn’t mean handsome-as-sin Liam O’Reilly showing with word that the worst organization of fae they’d ever dealt with was on the rise again. She definitely didn’t mean anything to do with Liam O’Reilly—traitor, asshole, and the absolute last person she wanted to work with.

Of course, her life doesn’t tend to give her those kind of choices. So it’s adventure, cliffhanging variety, and the gorgeous asshole. Jev tells herself it’s just work, a mission like any other, but the longer she works with Liam, the more the fire between them burns, turning from rage and irritation into something primal. And as she gets to know the real Liam O’Reilly behind the charming smiles and sexy lines, he becomes so much deadlier. Because the protective, self-sacrificing man underneath his facade is just the sort she could fall for.

Friend Zone | A.R. McKinnon

Friend Zone

Tessa Morgan has little experience with men – no one can measure up to her fantasies of Connor Robbins, but Tessa knows Connor doesn’t see her as a woman. Just his friend. He’s a self-proclaimed bachelor who seems content to play the field. Tessa knows it will take a big change and a lot of bravery to shake Connor’s perception of her.

As her thirty-fifth birthday looms Tessa feels like she’s watching her own life from the sidelines. Sick of being Connor’s buddy, she offers him the one thing she’s sure he won’t refuse: sex with no strings attached. But first, she’ll have to convince him that there can be sex in the friend zone.

Fly Boys | Cheryl Dragon

Fly Boys

For Laura, dating Craig, an Air Force pilot, has been nothing but great. And bonding with Craig’s three housemates, who serve with him, has been an amazing experience in military closeness. So when she learns that they’ve shared everything, including women, she takes it as a bit of a challenge–an arousing one. She sees it as a chance to explore some of her own fantasies, ones she’s chickened out on in the past.

The guys ease her into action, and soon, she can’t imagine life any other way….even if one of the guys is bi and crazy about another guy who is a lot more reserved than her guys. But Laura’s biggest adjustment will be to their weird work schedule. Three months away on duty and three months with her!

Such is life for a woman and her fly boys.

  • Note: Fly Boys was previously released by another publisher, but has been out of print for some time and has been revised and re-edited in this version.

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