May & June New Releases

Window of Secrets Mission: Oasis de Huacachina (Novella)
by DJ Erfert
$1.99 - Amazon

A hot guy, a hot desert, and abducted teenaged girls spin CIA agent Lucy James’ simple mission to Peru into a deadly game of hide and seek.


Blood at Haught Springs (Men of Haught Springs #1) (Novella)
by Marsha Ward
$2.99 - Kindle | Nook | Kobo | Apple | Smashwords

Wes Haught wants his brother to grow up and tend to his share of the chores at the family's general store. Lonnie Haught dreams of the day he can leave home and use his gun. Both brothers resent the added work their father's recent accident has laid on them.

When a new family arrives in Haught Springs, Wes falls for the fair-haired daughter, while Lonnie seizes upon the father's offer of a job as his chance for escape.

But lies unravel and lives hang in the balance as brother fights against brother.

Fiery emotions and vengeful acts erupt in a smoldering new Western adventure novella.

Two bonus short stories are included in this book: Cottonwood Cowboys and No More Strangers.
Cupcakes and Cowboys
by Lindzee Armstrong
$2.99 - Amazon

Cassidy wants two things—to make her cupcake shop a success, and to forget the ex-fiance who traded her for the lights of Hollywood. She can’t stand actors, movies, or anything resembling the guy who ruined her life. So when Jase—best friend of her ex and A-list actor—shows up at the ranch to research an upcoming role, ignoring her past becomes impossible.

Jase is desperate to escape Hollywood, and ranch life gives him a temporary reprieve. But ranching is starting to feel less like preparing for a role and more like the life he’s always wanted. And he can’t help envisioning Cassidy as his co-star. Can Jase convince this stunning cupcake shop owner that he’s really a country boy at heart?
My Colorful Family
by LeAnn Mathis
$2.99 (Kindle--narrated ebook) $6.45 (print)

A picture book that reminds us that individuals are like colors. The more you have in your life, the better it is.


Lost Children: Coping with Miscarriage for Latter-day Saints
by Rachelle J. Christensen
$2.99 - Kindle | Nook

Whether it happens to you or someone you love, there’s no way to prepare for the overwhelming sense of loss that accompanies a miscarriage. But as Latter-day Saints, we know that Heavenly Father’s plan offers solace, even in the face of adversity. Lost Children provides specific information about miscarriage and how it affects a person physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Rachelle J. Christensen draws on her own experiences with miscarriage and infertility to bring you a comforting guide that’s perfect for anyone who’s had to struggle through this trial. Strengthen your testimony of the eternal plan as you learn to find happiness in spite of trials and joy in spite of pain.
Menopausal Mischief
by Tina Scott
$2.99 - Amazon | Barnes&Noble | Kobo | iTunes

A lighthearted, urban fantasy, combining menopause, fairies, and family.

Angela is excited to discover her childhood wish to become a fairy is being fulfilled—even if it is fifty years later. She vows her allegiance to the fairies, and tells her non-believing husband, Ted, before learning the particulars. Now, Angela must meet each requirement before All Hollow’s Eve or lose her family, and her wings, forever.

“Believe in yourself,” is the fairy queen’s request, and it’s key to her success. But, how can Angela believe in herself when Ted and her teens are increasingly intolerant of her “fairy fixation.” Her friendship with a handsome fireman who does believe in fairies, and who keeps coming to her rescue, only seems to make things worse.

As the clock ticks for Angela, she must master the art of flying, hear and complete a telepathically-sent fairy mission, battle pixies, deal with a diabolical neighbor, and turn her family into believers—all while keeping the house clean and having dinner ready on time each night.
Between the Lines
by Annette Lyon
$0.99 - Amazon | iTunes | Kobo | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords

Jane Martin is intelligent but extremely shy, especially around men. When the Aid and Cultural Society proposes a letter-writing program, Jane signs up, hoping she can find a friend across the miles. But the program doesn’t run as smoothly as expected.

Unbeknownst to her, Thomas Allred from town becomes her writing friend. Thomas has always known quiet Jane—or thought he did—but reading her letters addressed to his secret persona opens his eyes to what an amazing woman she is. Meanwhile, Jane has no idea that the romantic letters she receives are penned by Thomas—or that he’s falling in love with her in person.

BETWEEN THE LINES was originally published as part of the Timeless Romance Anthology: Love Letter Collection (2014)
A Doorway Back to Forever: Believe
by Nanette O'Neal
$3.99 - Kindle | $13.99 - Paperback

Best friends share everything, right? Unless it’s a secret that could cost them their lives. Robyn and Kit are born with forbidden magic-sense, the power to see and hear beyond Earthly sight and sound. It’s a curse that haunts them, but the girls are strangely drawn to it—could there be more to this power than they’ve been told? When they spill their secret, it opens a doorway back to Forever—a beautiful realm where magic-sense began. They learn the truth: they have been given a noble gift. It connects them to the Skyborn royalty of this new world. They’ve been summoned back by the forces for good to preserve the kingdom and revive the power where it once flourished—on Earth. It can thrive again, if Robyn and Kit are brave enough to follow. However, the doorway awakens more than magical fairy-tales. A dark force is unleashed—one that has battled the Skyborn since time began, and it wants the girls dead, the Earth destroyed. Beyond the doorway is where the adventure begins—trickery, kidnapping, a prison break, rescue teams, sword fights, magical gold-dust, holographic medallions, and singing orbs—but only for those who have the courage to believe.