5 Kindle World Spin-Off Book Blasts - Various Authors
THE REMINGTONS join the LOVE IN BLOOM series by New York Times & USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Melissa Foster. This 5-book steamy contemporary romance series features alpha male heroes and sexy, empowered women. They're flawed, funny, passionate, and very relatable to readers who enjoy new adult romance, contemporary romance, and women's fiction.
18 incredible authors have written spinoff books based on characters from different books in the LOVE IN BLOOM series. These books are all featured through the Kindle World. Enjoy the first installment of these books.
ENJOY the first installment of these books by these incredible authors.
Talented video game designer Safire Chu is gun-shy when it comes to dating real men, especially since she spends all her time shooting at their avatars.
Football player Gunner Gibson is nothing but trouble, according to the Remingtons—especially since he tried to use Siena Remington to clean up his bad boy image.
Now, Gunner wants to cheat on an online video game, so he asks Safire to a New Year’s Eve party while his publicist hacks into the game database through Safire’s computer.
A bit of champagne and the countdown to the ball drop loosens Safire’s inhibitions. When her company’s newest secret game is pirated, Safire wonders if the man she’s fallen for at first blush is not all he seems.
No way. It can’t be. The Gunner Gibson?
Safire Chu blinked and blinked, but the man standing at her apartment door seemed like the real thing—three dimensional, oozing with charm and was that a whiff of cologne? Three-dimensional avatars, well, actually 3D projected on 2D screens didn’t smell like sex and spice and woods and oh gosh, they didn’t stand at her door with a bouquet of red roses.
“You must have the wrong apartment.” Safire found her voice which managed to eek from her throat in a tiny squeak.
“You are Miss Safire Chu, aren’t you?” the man god in front of her insisted.
“Uh, sure, if you say so.” She fumbled with her tongue as her brain busily catalogued his dark, smooth hair, his chiseled angular face, his lady-killer eyes, and all of the features she’d need for her latest superhero video game avatar.
Yes, she was a video game designer, and she could use real models to fill out the wireframes she created—ones to represent Army rangers, Navy SEALs, interplanetary warriors, and, now that she thought about it, football players.
“May I come in?” He angled himself as if he were about to barge through a line of defensive backs.
“Sure, uh, yes, I mean, the place is a mess. I’ll get out of your way.” She stepped back and let the star football player into her tiny one-bedroom apartment, although she had no clue why he was standing in front of her with a dozen roses.
Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her foremost goal is to take readers on a shared emotional journey with her characters as they grow and become more true to themselves. Rachelle believes in the power of love to overcome obstacles and feels that everyone should find love as often as possible, especially if it's within the pages of a book.
Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, and A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award.
She is also a writing teacher and founder of the Romance In A Month writing community. She lives in California with her husband and has three children and two birds.
Tough as nails publicist, Mia Scott, has built her career by dodging the advances from her elite clientele. Her number one rule; never mix business with pleasure. Until a split second decision leads her to a night of unbridled passion -- and the morning after blues when she discovers the man she spent an amazing night with is her newest client.
A professional pitcher for the Marlins, Evan Ahrens knows he messed up, and messed up royally. One mistake on the field puts him on thin ice with the league and lands him a new PR rep to fix his soiled image. He goes to NightCaps to toss back a few drinks and blow off some steam -- and meets his match in a feisty dark haired woman who takes him to heights he's never been. There's only one problem -- she's his new publicist, and she's made it clear there will be no repeat performances.
A battle of wills gives way to uncontrollable passion as Mia fights her growing feelings to keep things professional, while Evan decides for once in his life he wants something more. The game just went from saving his career, to pitching for love.
Amy Manemann is an International Best Selling Author. She writes sexy and intriguing romantic suspense, contemporary romance, young adult paranormal romance, and dabbles in children's books. She resides in her hometown along the Mississippi river with her husband and their two children. When she isn't plotting her next book, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and diving into a good book.
Charlotte Taylor knows she’s gorgeous. She’s been told that all her life. Since she was a child, her mom, a former model and Miss Georgia, has been grooming her for a professional modeling career and tomorrow, she’ll sign with the top agency in New York City. It should be a dream come true.
Alone, and unhappy, she doesn’t know where to turn.
Hale Scott works long hours as a chef at the hottest restaurant in Manhattan. It should be his dream job, serving hip food to the coolest crowd in the city. The only problem is his boss. The highlight of his evening is the gorgeous woman he keeps making eye contact with, sitting at the table closest to the kitchen. She looks sad and lonely and he hopes she’s still there when the dinner rush subsides.
Charlotte and Hale find an instant connection but a relationship is the last thing Charlotte needs and the only thing Hale wants. Can they find a way to stay together in the overwhelming city, or can they find their own city of love?
Cameo by: Siena Remington from Melissa Foster’s Flames of Love
“That’s what I love about this city. All the surprises, big and small. Like meeting you tonight,” he said. Suddenly they were face to face, in this romantic starlit space. Charlotte looked up at Hale, standing in front of her, and all she wanted was for him to kiss her.
“Kiss me,” she said, and heard him inhale a breath before taking her face gently between his two hands and kissing her tenderly on the lips. Her head filled with stars at the gentle romantic kiss. As if moving of their own accord, she ran her hands up his chest and onto his shoulders, wrapping them around him. She felt his hand in her hair, cradling her as he deepened the kiss. Before she knew it, she was melting into his embrace. And all too quickly, she felt him pulling away.
“Wow,” he said, breaking the kiss but keeping his eyes locked on hers.
Kaira Rouda is a USA TODAY bestselling, multiple award-winning author of contemporary fiction including HERE, HOME, HOPE and IN THE MIROR. Her latest novel, THE GOODBYE YEAR, will be released in May of 2016.
She lives in Southern California with her family and is at work on her next novel. After living in Columbus, Ohio, for most of her life, she now enjoys the beach whenever possible.
NYPD detective Daniel DeCecco didn’t want to fall hard for his best friend’s little sister. But Lucy has a plan…
Off-limits love is tested, ice cream sundaes are violated, and honesty (eventually) proves to be the best policy in this standalone sequel to Love On The Record (Griffin and Tessa’s story).
Daniel tried like hell to pay attention to the conversation going on beside him at the bar, but on the other side of the ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria, Lucy Sark wasn’t wearing nearly enough to be out in public.
He’d recognize Griffin’s baby sister anywhere, anytime, and not because she was related to his partner, but because she was the most beautiful, way-too-young, don’t-even-think-about-it woman in New York City.
And he was going to hell, because every time she stopped and talked to someone, and slid her head to the side, baring a long, luscious expanse of neck, he could only think about how good she must smell. Taste. Sound, even, if he were to give in to his desperate urge to smell and taste her.
She was wearing a little black dress that was giving him heart palpitations, because it ended way too high on her endless thighs and dipped way too low on her graceful back. She needed someone—Daniel—to sling his jacket around her and make sure she got home safely.
He didn’t move from where he stood. That was a terrible idea.
He took another drink.
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Zoe York is a busy mom of two young boys and the creator of modern, sexy, small town contemporary romances. Her debut novel, What Once Was Perfect, started the popular Wardham series, and her first military romance, Fall Out, was released as part of the international bestselling SEALs of Summer super bundle. She lives in London, Ontario and is currently chugging Americanos, wiping sticky fingers, and dreaming of heroes in and out of uniform.
A New Year’s kiss with a stranger turns Pediatrician Mark Ellis’s world upside down. Even more so when he is called into the hospital for a drowning victim and finds out his patient is the son of the woman who changed everything for him.
Joanne Ward is done with her husband and his cheating ways. A single kiss with a man she doesn’t know seals the deal and the divorce papers are served. When her son falls through ice and is clinging to life, she comes face to face with the man who gave her the inner strength to move forward.
Can they revive the sparks they initially shared, or will the incident with her son send them in opposite directions?
I studied her profile. Her long dark hair was pulled back and clipped at the nape of her neck, and her pointed chin was raised in evident defiance. She blinked rapidly for a moment and shook her head as if to dispel a bad thought. Slowly, she lifted her champagne glass and let the crystal rest against her plump bottom lip. She tipped the glass back and took several swallows to finish the entire glass.
I found myself oddly turned on when she licked her dark red lip after removing the glass from her mouth. I wasn’t a big drinker and preferred sober company, but watching that woman drink down that glass as if it was life-sustaining water was almost intoxicating. She glanced around the room, empty glass hanging from her fingertips, until she passed over me. Abruptly, her focus snapped back.
Her eyes stayed locked on mine for a few heartbeats before she dropped them to my mouth. I watched as she let her gaze travel down over my chest and then lower to my hips. Holy mother of champagne!
Stacy Eaton is a police officer by profession. Currently, she is working as the department investigator and enjoys digging into cases and putting the pieces of the puzzles together.
Stacy resides in southeastern Pennsylvania and is the wife to a police officer and the mother of two. She is very proud of her son who is currently serving in the United States Navy and equally proud of her younger daughter who works hard in her Tae Kwon Do studies.
When Stacy is not working her demanding job, or spending time with her family, she works on her business and volunteers with the World Literary Café. When there is time, she writes.