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Reese’s Leap & Teacher’s Pet: Coming Attractions

reeseHere are some handpicked titles from our Coming Attractions page. Want to include your book? Just read our Share Your New Book with GalleyCat Readers post for all the details.

Ray of Love by Miranda P. Charles: “Faye Summers was sick of the passion-then-fizzle path her past relationships took. To get out of that cycle, she decided to stick with casual dating for a while. She wanted to make sure her wounds had healed before getting serious with someone again. Ray Thackery was determined to make Faye Summers give him a chance. So what if Faye thought it would be complicated because he was the boss of her three best friends? They just wouldn’t tell them what was going on until they had to.” (March 2013)

Reese’s Leap by Darcy Scott: “A hopeless womanizer, Gill is secretly pleased at the layover, but soon finds Mistake’s deeply forested interior deceptively bucolic and the women a bit too intriguing for comfort, stirring both glorious memory and profound regret. When a ruthless, diabolical stranger appears out of nowhere, insinuating himself into the fold and bent on a twisted kind of revenge, it falls to Gil to keep the women safe, despite their dawning awareness that not everyone will make it off the island alive.” (March 2013)

Teacher’s Pet by Kathy Clark: ”Justin Sloane couldn’t understand why his once perfect daughter had cut off another girl’s braid or why she had put Mr. Wiggly Nose and Snow White, the classroom rabbits, into the same cage so that they made little bunnies while the whole class watched in fascination…until he met Whitney’s idol at the PTA. Suddenly life became wonderfully frustrating for this single father. How could Justin make the grade with the delightful Miss Greene when she wouldn’t dream of breaking the rules and dating a student’s parent?” (November 2013)

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