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Phoning It In by A.J. Shay

OUT NOW! Phoning It In by A.J. Shay

To the public, Harper Miller is nothing more than a mild mannered, socially awkward English professor with a slight stutter and some control issues. She knows her public persona isn’t glamorous, but she doesn’t care if people see her as milquetoast. She prefers it that way because it means no one would ever suspect her secret.

Harper never intended to run a phone sex line long term. It was meant to help her pay off her student loans before landing a job with a decent paycheck. Of course, Harper never intended to fall for a client either. After talking to a caller that goes by Em for six months, Harper can admit she’s thoroughly smitten, even though her mystery woman may not be who she seems.

What happens when Em’s true identity is discovered? Will Harper be able to look past old grievances for a shot at true love?


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The Baker and the Blacksmith by A.J. Shay

OUT NOW! The Baker and the Blacksmith by A.J. Shay

It’s 1902 and Daniel has left a life of luxury in New York to run his late uncle’s bakery in Milford, Pennsylvania. Though he’s made many friends in the small town, not everything has been rosy. His uncle’s outstanding loan has fallen upon his shoulders and he could lose the bakery if he doesn’t pay it back in time. Additionally, Daniel feels that lecherous loan officer Simon Prickson is actively trying to make it harder for him to repay his debt.

Furthermore, not everyone in Milford likes him. Adrian Dane, the cantankerous town blacksmith, seems to hate Daniel, and he has no idea why. Though Daniel finds Adrian irritating in every way, the two can’t manage to stay away from each other. Will Daniel ever figure out what he’s done to upset the inscrutable man? Can either find the companion they so desperately need?


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Honeysuckle Love by A.J. Shay

OUT NOW! Honeysuckle Love by A.J. Shay

Andreas Keller is a certified trainwreck. He’s young, emancipated, broke, and has a budding criminal record. When a judge mercifully sentences him to community service instead of jail time, Keller is faced with the most horrible thing he can imagine — three hundred hours of mandatory volunteer work with the minister’s son.

Cameron’s job at the library is interrupted when he’s assigned to supervise the town troublemaker. He has no idea what to expect when he begins working with Keller, but it certainly isn’t friendship.

Is there more to Keller than meets the eye? Can the two overcome their differences and past trauma? Or will a horrible bet ruin everything between them?


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