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Cross Drop by Elizabeth Hartey

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Title: Cross Drop Series: On the Edge Author: Elizabeth Hartey Genre: NA Contemporary Romance Release Date: June 19, 2018Publisher: Limitless Publishing Nikki I’m not a saint. Never claimed to be. I’ve played the game and scored my fair share—both on and off the field. This is why I should have known better than to fall for a hockey player. But I did. I fell fast and hard.  Now I’m left with the painful consequences, reminded every day of how reckless I had been by giving him my heart so easily—so willingly. Dalt broke me in the cruelest of ways, and because of him, I’ll never be able to love again. Dalt Nikki changed me. She made me want to be a better man. My days playing off the ice were over because she owned every little piece of my heart…until she left, leaving behind a gnawing ache where my heart used to be. Now she’s back, and it’s painfully clear she hates me, ignoring me, pretending like I’m nobody to her. But that’s just too damn bad. I want answers. I want a goddamn explanation. And …

Illicit Devotion by Dana Arden

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Title: Illicit Devotion Series: Pretty Pinks MC #2 Author: Dana Arden Genre: MC Romance Release Date: June 28, 2018 CeeCee
When I was a little girl, I’d inherited the take charge attitude from my mom. Then destiny handed me a boy who was doomed from birth. But as soon as he landed in my house surrounded by my family, I vowed to strike that doom and build his fate, one little brick at a time. My devotion to him was unhinged. He didn’t have to say a word to me to let me know where his mind was. It just took one look and I knew exactly what he needed. The more I pushed him to be better, the more he grew until he started pushing away. Star-crossed is what my parents said we were. Destined to be doomed.  Dante would never accept me as his destiny as long as he felt loyalty to my parents for enriching his life to never push the boundaries. Dante My life was a whirl of disappointments until my mother passed and I was welcomed into a loving home who accepted me for who I was—the little boy with a …