Worth the Wait
The Blake Boys Book 16
Genre: Interracial Romance/New Adult Romance
Word Count: 55137
Page Count: 231
Release Date: 07-23-2016
The best things in life are worth the wait.
The minute handsome college student Wyatt Connelly laid eyes on Avery Reed at a Blake family gathering, it was love at first sight. She’s smart, gorgeous, driven, and they’re attending the same college in Texas. But the path to romance gets off to a rocky start when the Blake men warn him to stay away from their sweet and inexperienced niece. And to make matters worse, Tomcats quarterback Riley Sloane has been flirting shamelessly with her. Wyatt’s trying his best to look out for her without crossing the line as he struggles with finding his own future career path. But watching Riley make a play for her is killing him. If Wyatt isn’t careful, he might just lose the thing he wants most—the very person he’s been waiting for…
Avery Reed can’t figure out Wyatt Connelly. They’d grown close since attending school together, but Wyatt’s sudden cold shoulder has her rethinking their relationship. The change leaves her confused and disappointed, so when quarterback Riley Sloane shows interest in her, she quickly develops a friendship with him. The sports star is fun, handsome, and successful, but she can’t get her mind off a certain gorgeous, brooding college student who loves to tease her. As Avery gets ready to graduate college, she has to navigate passionate feelings and a complicated friendship headed into uncharted territory. Wyatt’s certainly taking his time, but will she believe their love is worth the wait?
Word Count: 40728
Page Count: 200
Release Date: 07-23-2016
London, 1888. The terrifying world of Jack the Ripper awaits.
Everett Grantham, half human and half vampire, has been leading a tortured double life since being bitten long ago. Now living in London, he struggles with his secret, his bloodlust, and his Hippocratic Oath. He has vowed to feed only upon scoundrels and murderers as he drifts through the centuries searching for some kind of solace.
But when he meets Rose Brendan, a feisty, eighteen-year-old Irish girl who has just come to town at the invitation of her best friend Mary Kelly, he’s immediately drawn to her. The answer to their deep attraction lies buried in history, in a past incarnation during the French Revolution. He owes her a debt of life, but soon his sense of obligation turns to love, a love that might restore his lost humanity.
But there is a figure in London far darker than any vampire. Jack the Ripper is terrorizing the city. And Rose is next for his blade.