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After Molly Craven discovers her celebrity boyfriend hid a nine-year relationship, her best friend Shelley convinces her to give love another shot.
Not sure where to go to meet eligible bachelors, Molly signs up to a dating site, Craze.
Two disastrous dates and Molly is having second thoughts, until a rant from Shelley sparks an idea worth considering. Just Swipe Right, a blog dedicated to dating the duds, studs, and keepers available in the sea of singles.
Molly turns her dating disasters into the most talked about blog on the net, a place where singles from all over the world can share their stories.
Keepers seem to be a rare find. So, when Molly meets Zak Lange she is hesitant to share him with the community she has created.
Does finding a keeper mean her dating days, and blog, are over?
Too many drinks and a bad decision was all it took to change Felicity Hanley’s life forever.
After hitting rock bottom, where she lingered for months, Flic escapes the constant reminder of her past by moving to the tranquil wine region, Margaret River.
Here she develops new friendships, and intrigue ignites a passion she thought was lost. But, Flic also discovers that no matter how fast she flees, the trauma of her past is one step ahead—waiting.
Can she trust again, after the last time nearly killed her?
She had teeth, and he wouldn’t put it past her to bite, so he loosened his hold, allowing himself to whisper in her ear. “Hello, little witch.”
With the kidnap of their latest sacrifice, the Fae have crossed the line. Selene, and her coven sisters, are determined to retrieve the girl before the devil claims her. But the Fae are just as desperate, for she holds the key to their success in entering the underworld.
It’s a race against time before the next Samhain, and both sides are determined to win. With the battle lines drawn, only fools would dare cross.
Fools and Fae.