EXCERPT: Bad Dad

EXCERPT: Bad Dad

Read an excerpt from Bad Dad by Sloane Howell. 

My son is my life. Nothing on earth matters but him.

Soon, I’ll have to send him out into society. The cruel machine that gnashes innocence and spits out the hollowed remains of a child’s imagination. It’s a place I know all too well, considering my past. I’ve worked hard to separate myself from it, but it looms in the back of my mind—waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

When my past wraps its tentacles around my throat and threatens to strangle the breath from my lungs, I’m given an option—fight for my family’s freedom, or die as they’re stripped away from me.

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REVIEW: Bad Dad

REVIEW: Bad Dad

Read a review of Bad Dad by Sloane Howell.

If you like your romance to have just a little bit more, this is an awesome read for you. Also, how can you go wrong with an alpha former military/MMA hero, single dad? The answer is you don’t.

Landon and Cora don’t meet under the best circumstances. After an incident on the playground, parents are called into school and Cora finds herself acting as a referee. Sparks fly between Landon and Cora but to be together they will have to navigate some sticky social situations and deal with a mysterious past that won’t stay history.

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REVIEW: Dear Bridget, I Want You

REVIEW: Dear Bridget, I Want You

Read a review of Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland.

The first time Bridget and Simon meet during an uncomfortable chance meeting in the emergency room. Bridget is a patient for a comically awkward reason, and Simon is the attending physician. There may be sparks, but despite his best effort, this is not a laughing matter. The second time Bridget and Simon meet they find out they have unwittingly agreed to be roommates. Bridget has a large home with lots of extra space, but could use a little support in the cash flow department. Simon is looking for a suitable and temporary living arrangement. Their second encounter isn’t any less awkward or uncomfortable. Now these two have to find a way through the discomfort because not only do they live together, but they work together too. Their both professional adults and should be able to make it thought this just fine. Besides, it’s only temporary...right?

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