His Frozen Heart: A Mountain Man Romance

An International bestseller book.

I came to Dogwood Mountain a broken man, to get away from everything in my life, my obscene wealth, my family, my so-called friends, my sins. I needed the remoteness, the fresh air, and the bitterness of surviving in an inhospitable land.
After two years my isolation was shattered.
Why of all the mountains in the good ole US of A, did she have to crash her car on mine. And why of all the women in the world did she have to be the most beautiful creature I'd laid eyes on.
Now I'm stuck in a small cabin with the scent of her skin in my nostrils, her clear eyes following me around, and her soft curves tempting me.
When she laughs, the sound reminds me of the past I left behind.
Until she came my heart was a block of ice, but now there is a fire in my veins, and a craving in my loins. There's no denying. I want to taste her and make her mine.

But that's the last thing I need.
I tell myself, I'll get rid of the temptation in the morning, take her into town and bid her goodbye, but that was before the radio forecasts a blizzard.
Looks like we could be holed up here for days.

Heaven help me, but if I claim her now...letting her go won't be an option.

A full length 50000+ plus words standalone with no cheating and guaranteed HEA. 

Daddy's Doctor

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BRAT has always been obedient to the MAN OF THE HOUSE as long as she can remember. 

When he wants her to go to the doctor, however, she is not overly happy. When she finds out why she gets even more nervous. 

MAN OF THE HOUSE with the help of HIS DOCTOR FRIEND wants to teach her the ways of being a woman !!

Ella Reign's quickie stories are nothing but just hot action between Older Men with a BIG & THICK MANHOOD and the TABOO Brats in their lives. 

These are the stories you gonna love.

The One and Only (The ELI Chronicles Book 1)


When bioterrorism threatens to obscure humanity, one woman has the power to restore hope.

Ruby Spencer plans to resign from the U.S. Special Warfare Council. With an escalating Extinction Level Infection (ELI), the SWC needs the best minds acutely focused on the fight ahead. Yet motherhood has shifted her priorities. She’s preoccupied with her newborn’s health and safety. So resigning is the right choice.

For her last assignment, the SWC sends Ruby and husband Clay on a low-risk mission to Taiwan where they’ll consult with scientists analyzing the infection. Too bad Lt. Col. Quinton Oxford—the American Consulate’s embittered military attaché, is waiting in the shadows. Because Ox’s plans for the couple are everything but low-risk.

When the Spencers are separated and kidnapped from Taiwan to Moscow, Ruby is thrust into a perverse war game between superpowers, where she’s the prize. Only she doesn’t know why. Or even how her abduction relates to the ELI crisis.

But her connection with Zoonosis Mutated Bacteria is emerging. And the fate of her family, of the world, awaits her next move.

Two Brutes, One Barista: An Alaskan Romantic Comedy (Alaskan Romance Book 3)


MAN-oh-ver | noun
1: a makeover of one’s masculinity
Example: “J.D. is such a metrosexual that, at this point, our only option is a manover.” –Zack & Rory Adderack

J.D.’s got a problem. He’s an MMA fighter who’s lost his belt, his honor, the mobility in his shoulder, and the sexist pigs he’s been mooching off of have just gone insane… but, that’s not the problem. The problem is about five foot five, with big brown eyes, and serves coffee next door. The problem talks sh*t when they play video games, and is at least an 8/10 on the Hot Crazy Matrix… but is no unicorn (the problem believes in Bigfoot). Further frustrating our hapless hero, the problem wants to run her hands allll over him, but doesn’t believe in happy endings. Follow along as J.D. tackles his problem, sees it tied to a tree, and gets busy trying to nail down a solution in a boat, and with a goat, here, there, and frankly, everywhere. The biggest barrier to J.D. licking his problem on a more permanent basis? His jackass siblings just drove him to buy a ticket home…

In Bush, Alaska, rivers are roads, subdivisions only exist in a surveyor’s imagination, and rules are for sissies. Be catapulted into a land where men in fur hats drag women around by the hair, and your choices determine whether you star in a fairy orgy, or are crushed to death by your 55-inch TV. Roll on the floor laughing with this steamy, twisted, ridiculous romantic comedy.

The Office of Heavenly Restitution: A Fantasy Fiction Anthology


These ten fantasy fiction short stories are rich in intriguing characters and suspenseful conflicts, and provide a fast, fun pace that will give you a sense of enjoyment while making you think about deep, meaningful issues in the human experience. Explore the conflict between resentment and freedom in “The Unsealed Heart” and “The Mine”, understand being true to yourself in the face of the pressure of conformity with the heroes of “The Office of Heavenly Restitution” and “Leshivia the Great”, grapple with religion and atheism in “The Blood of the New God” and “The Pearly Gates”, and witness rebellion against insurmountable odds in “The Philosopher’s Stone.” Each story, and each issue, is treated with artistic vision and thoughtful plot, and the prose is heavy with meaning and symbolism without sacrificing readability.
If you’re looking for something to read in the fantasy genre that’s not the same as everything else, please take a look at this short fiction anthology.

Restoration (Publication Review)

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by Daniel C. McWhorter

I read a lot of books. A lot. Very few make me rave. Restoration by Daniel C. McWhorter does and makes me feel like grabbing people and shoving it into their hand. I felt invested in the plight of Evan Feldman, a likable, intelligent man who had a vision long ago of a world without hunger, war or disease. There’s a unique plot, action scenes so good they stay with you, and twists that I guarantee you won’t see coming.

The year is 2075 and Dr. Evan Feldman, who died in 2023, has been restored into a new body from cryogenic suspension. He’ll have a lot of adjusting to do, including learning all the events, innovations and crises of the last fifty years through videos, as well as getting used to his new, youthful body and face. To his astonishment, man has established permanent colonies on the Moon “Luna” and Mars because conditions on Earth have deteriorated to the detriment of health and growth. People are getting sick and food sources are not steady.

The ethics of restoring the dead are no longer deemed acceptable as the original purpose of helping mankind has not stayed on point. When he founded Telogene Life Sciences, his dream was to make mankind better and save people from life-changing illness and permanent death. Now, he’ll get the chance to see if he came close to achieving that. He finds his granddaughter, Aubrey, a toddler when he died, is now a grown woman and runs Telogene, today, a multi-trillion-dollar company.
To his sorrow, he learns his wife, Christina, was not successfully restored and his daughter, Lily, died a year before his restoration. Evan has some problems adjusting to everything, both psychologically and physically, but everyone expects he’ll overcome everything after a short time of adjustment. But, they have a bigger problem.

The world government, the Global Federation of Nations (GFN), condemned full body replacements 30 years ago, so bringing back Evan was illegal. If discovered, Aubrey and Telogene, and all those who work for it are finished. The GFN would make an example out of the top scientists and staff and hard labor for their enhanced lifespans would be just part of the punishment.

When the GFN discovers a full body replacement has occurred, Evan and family must make a run for it to Mars, the only place GFN has no legal power. They say that getting there is half the fun, but not for Evan and crew. While Evan is trying to come to terms with being brought back from the dead and getting his head around all the new technology and world, a desperate flight from Earth to Mars takes place. GFN is not going to let them go easily and people’s reputations are on the line there to get them back.

This book was one I read until I had to stop for something silly like work or food. Every chance I got to pick it up, even for only 5 to 10 minutes, I took.  The story is unique and written beautifully. The technology that would be used is believable and I had some aha moments thinking how logical some of it is (why don’t we have injectable nanites that fix health problems, and clothing that monitors and regulates body functions and temperatures? I want those!).

The action is addicting with its novel weapons and unexpected turns. The descriptions of space travel are so well described you feel you are there. There is an AI personality that raises more questions about life and ethics and that feels like a book in the making to me (hint, hint to the author). The characters, both government, and Telogene, are believable and mostly likable. I felt I had been on a wild ride when this book ended and hope there’s going to be a sequel from this author. Even if you’re an on the fence action/thriller/sci-fi fan, buy it, you won’t be sorry.

Butterface (A Hot Romantic Comedy) (The Hartigans Book 1)

It’s true. I’m not what most people would call “pretty” and, well, high school was rough. Fast forward ten years and life is good…
Until a bunch of jerks think it’s hilarious to put the “butterface” (AKA me) on a wedding Kiss Cam with the hottest guy ever—and that old humiliation hits hard.
I recognize him immediately. The sexiest cop in Waterbury and totally out of my league.
But then he kisses me. And we totally forget the room, the crowd, everything.
Then he tells everyone we’ve been dating for months.
Soon everything starts to feel too real, from adorable fights over “necessary” tools to fix my broken porch to surviving a free-for-all dinner with his six siblings to picking up where our last kiss left off.
But there’s something he’s not telling me about why he’s really hanging around, and I’m pretty sure it has to do with my mob-connected brothers.
Because this is not a make-over story, and Cinderella is only a fairy tale…



A sci-fi/comedy story about the afterlife for technology. When a sarcastic technology expert discovers a new plane of existence, he must put aside his social qualms and team up with some unlikely friends to fight against a monster created from his own rogue lines of code.

http://whatisthenull.com http://markcheese.com


Montana Shootists #TimeTravel #Romance #WesternRomance


Present Day:
Abby loved David all her life.
Growing up they were inseparable. When he joined the Marines she did too.
Then disaster struck.

After leaving the Marines, she returns to the family ranch in Montana hoping to heal her shattered heart.
On a ride into the foothills she sees something glowing in the side of the mountain. When she goes to investigate she discovers a fist-sized sapphire that turns her already fragile world upside down.

Jake Barrow is a part-time gambler, full-time hired gun. His decisions are based on hunches and the turn of a card. He’s in the foothills when a young woman comes tumbling down the mountain. Unsure whether Lady Luck has dealt him a good hand or a bad, he takes one look at the beauty at his feet and doesn’t need to shuffle the deck to know she’s his destiny.

#TimeTravel #Romance #WesternRomance

Your Mind Is What Matters: How to Think Your Way to Your Full Potential



In her book Your Mind Is What Matters, Ivy Chin details the challenges she faced as a young Asian woman learning to thrive on American soil.

She reveals her struggles with assimilation, vividly depicts her transformation from IT Engineer to business executive, and offers valuable insights for those looking to succeed in all aspects of their professional and personal life.

In discussing her achievements, Ivy asks readers to re-examine their own tradition-rooted approach to life. Could embracing your heritage hinder you from reaching your goals? Her advice is to appreciate positive aspects of your family’s cultural background, while trusting the power of your mind to determine what, if any, attitudes, practices, and/or beliefs might be getting in the way of your future success.

Among other work-related and life-skill topics, Ivy shines a light on:

• cultivating interests -- your own and your kids
• letting go of baggage
• prioritizing time
• networking inside and outside your circles
• getting out of your comfort zone
• negotiating pay and benefits
• coping with rejection and with loss

Ivy’s story proves that any obstacle can be overcome if you’re willing to think it through, seek help from family and friends, and open yourself to belief in a balanced universe.

Anyone looking to start, enhance, or change course in their career will find Ivy’s observations invaluable, especially those who seek to bridge the East-West divide in our increasingly global business world.

“Having been part of Ivy’s team in the past, I’ve experienced her mentoring firsthand. If you are starting out your career or simply just need to recalibrate yourself, this book is an essential guidepost.”
— Heather Teasley, Director of eCommerce, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

“A must read for those of us in the pursuit of happiness in our personal and professional lives.”
— Steve Hamlin, Retired CEO - Commerce Hub

About the Author
Ivy Chin is an award-winning senior executive with more than twenty-five years of experience in the retail industry. She began her career at CertainTeed Corporation and later served as a vice president for QVC.com, Senior Vice President for Belk, Inc. and PetSmart. She has been recognized as one of the “Top 10 Women in Retail Tech” from Chain Store Age, “Top 50 Women” from Multi-Channel Retailing, and “Premier 100 IT Leaders” from Computerworld.

Little Superhero Chef’s Epicurean Adventures

Little Superhero Chef’s Epicurean Adventures
By Judy Kohl

Illustrated by Ana Marquez

Little Superhero Chefs' Epicurean Adventures is a fun-filled story cookbook that includes five easy, healthy, kid-approved (vegan) recipes, providing children with an "I can do it all by myself" attitude of self-assurance. One fundamental way to teach children about healthy eating habits is to involve them in the process. More emphasis is placed these days on eating healthy whole (vegan) foods, and having meals at home. The fun and creative stories behind every simple, healthy vegan recipe teach children about trying new foods, staying healthy, and the importance of exercisingWith colorful, wonderful illustrations by Ana Marquez and animated text by Judy Kohl, Little Superhero Chefs' Epicurean Adventures empowers children to experiment with food and, more important, to have fun!


Author Bio

Judy Kohl is an author on a mission: She wants to help bring awareness to young children about the importance of healthy eating in a way that is both fun and engaging. 

Judy has always had a strong passion for education and working with small children. At the age of 26, she owned and taught at a Montessori-based preschool. Her granddaughter's "selective" eating led her to researching innovative ideas that introduce young children to a variety of foods in a positive and fun manner. She combined her love of animals, being a vegan, and her work as a preschool teacher to create a unique story cookbook that is designed for the young reader. 

Her desire is to educate people about veganism with a soft touch. Judy's light, humorous approach keeps kids laughing while they are learning how to prepare meals and develop teamwork skills. The goal behind this book and upcoming books is to actively involve children. 

The fun and creative stories behind every simple, healthy vegan recipe teach children about trying new foods, staying healthy, and the importance of exercising. 

Judy resides in Basalt, Colorado, with her husband and their three adopted dogs. She enjoys hiking, cross country skiing, long walks, but most of all she loves being a Grandma. 




In this diabolically gripping thriller, there’s more than meets the eye.

His terrifying past identity is no longer confined to his dreams. 

What would seem like a gift to most is a dangerous curse for Evan Storm. After encountering his nightmare doppelganger in waking life, he must accept there’s no escaping from the cruel man he was in a previous lifetime. There’s no therapy that can fix his soul. No medicine. Nothing.

Her fate is repeating itself.

Then Evan meets his new neighbor, a woman with an uncanny resemblance to his wife in their past lives. Shadow Hex is trying to escape her dangerous ex-fiancé, who works for the Secret Eye Agency—a shadowy organization with sinister motives. He’ll always be after her. As long as she’s alive, she’ll always be looking over her shoulder. There’s no escape besides death.

Together they can break free from this cycle.

When Shadow and Evan meet, everything begins to make sense. He resolves to protect her in order to make up for his wrongdoings in their previous lifetime. But when he and Shadow grow close, the Secret Eye Agency intervenes, throwing their precarious relationship into turmoil.

Their one chance at redemption is in peril. 

Saving Shadow might cost Evan this life. And can he really protect her from her fate when he’s already a part of it?

Twisty and powerful, STORM is a thought-provoking novel that you won’t want to put down. 

“The story has plenty of twists and action-packed scenes, and it overflows with secrets and lies."- Kirkus Reviews

A Decade: Rethinking the Meaning of Life (Author Interview)

A Decade: Rethinking the Meaning of Life, looks like a great motivational/life experience book.  Any plans to make this into a series or write similar books? 

We are currently working on a series of kids’ books and adult comic books, both revolving around the life and adventures of Chris Sheeply.  Chris Sheeply is the character on the cover of the book; sitting on the tree stump with the light bulb over his head. We are very excited with what we have in the pipeline for the kids’ book series and the comics. There is also a plan to create a few more poem books that will be entirely different from the content and theme of this book.

What do you think makes a great motivational book?

A book that is unapologetic. Something that makes you consider new ways of thinking and gets you to question the way you've been doing things. Life is all about the experience. As Morpheus says to Neo, "There's a difference between knowing the path and walking the path." I think it is important to encourage people to think outside the box. You may not like what someone has to say, but when you consider new possibilities, there are no limits to what you can accomplish. One reason I wrote and published this book was to reach not only others with thoughts and feelings similar to my own, but also to people who are questioning the meaning of life. I know not everyone has a great support system to help get them to where they want and need to be, but I hope this book can serve as a guide for those that need it most. Even though change can only happen from within each one of us, it's always nice to know that you aren't alone in the world.

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