Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Dirty Dozen: Damsel Edition by Various Authors - Book Blitz + Giveaway

The Dirty Dozen: Damsel Edition
Publication date: February 14th 2020
Genres: Adult, Fairy Tales, Paranormal, Romance

10 ~ Authors ~ 12 Novellas ~ 12 Damsels

Will one moment in time change the course of their lives?


Cassandra’s Curse – Erin Lee

It wouldn’t be true love or even the tiny man who saved her.

Cassandra vowed to save herself. 

Screwed – Natasha Thomas

They have friendship; but he wants more.

She needs him, but is terrified of taking the plunge into love. 

Saving Lucy – Lorah Jaiyn

When life has you to the point of giving up, that’s when dreams just may come true. 

Haunting Gina – Tressa Rabbit

A ghost, a serial killer and a lonely man.

Could Gina be the one to save them? 

Lucifer – Natasha Thomas

Falling in love with his partner’s daughter wasn’t part of the plan, but then again, neither was marrying her. 

Under the Bridge – Tee Smith

It started slowly, insidiously, worming its way into her life until she couldn’t face it anymore. Under the bridge is a story of love, betrayal and finding peace in an unexpected place. 

Silent Echoes – Aleisha Maree

Some people touch lives, others take them. I do both.

They took something I loved, now I’m coming for them. 

Dante – Natasha Thomas

The road to happiness is plagued with potholes, but the reward is undeniably sweeter when you’ve had to work hard to earn your prize. 

Salvatore’s Promise – Ann Mickan

Can a princess learn to be one of the people?

Let’s hope Mia can or she’ll risk losing everything, including her chance for love. 

Callie – Gemma Arlington

For your pleasure… & maybe mine! 

Love & Friends- Lola Denvers

Determination. Seduction. Playing dirty. Whatever it took, he’d do it because he had never wanted anything the way he wants her. 

Black Hearts Bleed – Zoe Hill

In this prequel novella to Zoe Hillman’s Black Hearts Bleed series, Angelo Carlucci and Jennifer DeLuca will discover that their forbidden love isn’t so much star-crossed as it is bloodstained.


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