Tag: #Standalone

Beckon by Verlene Landon

In the alphabet of love…B is for Beckon.

Chandler Benson is coping with losing a team member and adjusting to civilian life when he finds out something he was never supposed to know. The unredacted knowledge of his last mission is more than he can handle. The only peace he sees is six feet under.

Tamitha Spencer knows loss. Her husband was killed by a drunk driver years ago, and now she does what she can to make sure no one else feels that pain. When she finally overcomes the devastating loss, she longs to love again but doesn't know how.

Chandler is looking for an end, Tami is searching for a new beginning.
Is it possible for them to find both...together?

The ABCs of Love is a multi-author world of stand-alone novels based on the alphabet.

 

Befallen by Dr. Rebecca Sharp

From bestselling author, Dr. Rebecca Sharp, comes an emotional, second-chance standalone romance in the Carmel Cove series.

It took only a matter of moments to turn Cambria Mariano into a survivor.
Moving back home, a ghost of her former self, Cammie hoped family and a familiar routine would help her find a new normal.
But months and miles couldn’t erase the trauma that had befallen her.

Something needed to change. Cammie knows she needs to fight for a stronger version of herself before she loses everything. Unfortunately, the only way to hone that fight has a name: Bennett Covington, her new martial arts instructor and the golden boy whose heart she broke.

Benny has always had his eye on the shy baker’s daughter. Though the spark between them burns hotter than ever, he sees Cammie’s heart is even more guarded. But Benny is a patient man; He’ll give her time to trust herself—and him.

As Cammie’s confidence returns, so do the demons from her past. To stop the crimes in town, she’ll have to speak up against those who will do anything to keep her silent. And when she does, she’ll risk not only her new life but her second chance at love.

Warning: This novel contains references to subjects that may be sensitive to some readers.