Burn Me Again :They Are In Love Again by Becky Harris. $2.99 from Smashwords.com
Short Romance Stories Alpha Male Book 3 Emma and Brody had been friends since they were in Kindergarten. When high school rolled around their feelings for each other turned into something more than just friendship. Their love was fast and furious, just like their relationship. All was going perfectly until an accident struck Brody’s family.

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Addicted to Suspense Giveaway

March 13-31, 2018

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Readers of romantic suspense, mysteries, and thrillers, we have a giveaway just for you! Enter now and you could take home a Kindle Fire HD8, Kindle Fire 7, or Amazon gift card. Have you been eager to get your hands on that new bestseller? Win one of 4 ebook prize packs also among the list of prizes and you can tell us which books to buy to feed your reading habit.

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Heartbreaker Episode 2 by George Saoulidis. $2.99 from Smashwords.com
When 25 year-old Eris gets fired from her minimum-wage job, she stumbles on her friend's startup which outsources bad news to people. But will she manage to keep her friendships intact when she finds out she's very good at delivering breakups, when demand is really picking up and when the recipients don't take to the news too kindly?