Joey has marriage on his mind and intends to use their close proximity to remind her of how good they are together. However, an interloping coworker insists on proving him wrong.
His new rival, timid editor Finch Alice, has decided that she’s tired of undeserving men getting all the happy endings. She hopes she can be bold for once in her life and show Lisa that she can have more. But Lisa and Joey’s relationship is a more loving and complicated thing than Finch initially thought.
That doesn’t mean she was wrong. Lisa does deserve more. But it turns out that so do Joey and Finch…and surprisingly, in ways that may involve each other.
Other Plot Twist Novels:
- Writing Her In
- Three Part Harmony
For Leary Marshall, running into his high school sweetheart rips open old wounds…but reignites former passions, too. But Leary’s been in a committed relationship to his minor league teammate Ren Thompson for a year. He loves Ren, but Emilie’s allure as “the one who got away” is impossible to ignore.
When Emilie turns out to be a convenient teacher for Ren’s BDSM curiosity, Leary wonders if the three of them could each have it all. They could make a perfectly balanced trio, but first, Emilie has to accept that the cause of her newest scandal may be the perfect cure for what ails her.
In this penultimate installment of The Afótama Legacy, a prodigal son returns, an adopted daughter goes missing, and an ancient witch grows restless.
The community of Norseton has been in a state of disorder since the young princess Tess was kidnapped more than two decades ago. Her return to the long-secluded tribe of psychics should have marked a return to the tranquility they knew in their first centuries in America, but there’s still work to be done. She needs her older brothers’ help to root out traitors and track the mastermind behind the plot to unravel the community.
One brother chases a mate who’s vanished under mysterious circumstances. The other is embroiled in a testy trio with the daughter of the man who tops Norseton’s public enemy list and the fairy who’s only ever seen him at his worst. Can the Dahl men be the emissaries the Afótama need when the heightened urgency for them to secure their mates distracts them from their missions?
And as the fount of their wild magic, Ótama, takes a more hands-on approach to community threats, will the peaceable culture of the clan change as they all know it?