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Pub Date 09 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 30 Jun 2022

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Description

Coffee shop owner, Charlee Lightheart, views corporations with contempt. She believes her father died at the hands of the pharmaceutical industry. When she's approached to run for city council on an anti-fracking platform, she's reluctant. She's not sure this movement is her cause.

Billionaire Riley Brockton has given up on love. Then he walks into Charlee's shop. All he wanted was coffee and muffins. From that first electrifying touch, he knows he needs more. He withholds one piece of vital information: he's a lionshifter.

A rogue reporter sets out to reveal the one secret that can destroy the anti-fracking movement and the couple's relationship. Can their love survive the truth and public exposure?


Coffee shop owner, Charlee Lightheart, views corporations with contempt. She believes her father died at the hands of the pharmaceutical industry. When she's approached to run for city council on an...


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Paranormal Romance

Paranormal Romance


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Featured Reviews

It is absolutely fantastic! Well written, well developed, well described, witty, emotionally deep, engaging, and relatable with drama and ups and downs. The characters are strong and believable. This book is guaranteed to leave you wanting more. Definitely recommended!

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This book is not what I typically read and was the first Newman novel I have read. It won't be the last. The animal magnetism between Riley and Charlee provides sexual intensity and the social conscious of antifracking feeds off of that intensity. The cast of supporting characters deserve some books in their own right and help make the story believable even though it has paranormal happenings. It pulled me so quickly to the end that I went back to read some of my favorite parts again. I give it an unqualified recommendation.

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