In “My Roommate Is a Vampire,” struggling artist Cassie Greenberg’s quest for affordable housing leads her to a seemingly too-good-to-be-true Craigslist ad. Skeptical but intrigued, she encounters Frederick J. Fitzwilliam, an enigmatic man from another era. Their unique connection blossoms through charming handwritten notes. When Cassie stumbles upon a mid-day vampire gathering, Frederick reveals his secret: he’s a vampire awakened after a century. Will Cassie accept his proposition, changing her life forever?
When the Forest Manor Hotel’s roof caves in during their busiest season, front desk managers Izzy and Lucas must set aside their differences and salvage their struggling workplace. As they search for lost-and-found treasures, they discover abandoned wedding rings with profound sentimental value. Rather than selling them, they compete to return the rings, desperately clinging to their jobs. But amidst the rivalry, hidden emotions emerge, dismantling their longstanding animosity and reshaping their destinies.
“Beach Rivals” is a rollicking tale set in Bali, where Clare’s humdrum life takes a wild turn with a gig as a bookseller. Enter Jack, her infuriating roommate, sparking comedic clashes and undeniable chemistry. Get ready for a rollercoaster of bickering and budding romance in paradise!
Elsie Hannaway is a theoretical physicist. She also has Type 1 Diabetes, but her insurance doesn’t pay for her medical costs. Because of this, she ends up working for a fake dating app to make extra money. Elsie makes it to the last stage of her dream job, but she finds herself clashing with Jack Smith, an experimental physicist who happens to be the older brother of her favorite client.
Strange Weather in Tokyo follows Tsukiko’s unexpected encounter with her former high school teacher at a sake bar. Their meetings persist, marked by conversations, edamame, cold beer, and a remarkable trip to the mountains for wild mushrooms. As seasons shift, their connection transcends companionship. Amidst spring and autumn, Tsukiko realizes the profound and meaningful solace she finds in Sensei’s company, leading to an evolving bond that defies expectations.
Charlie Wynwood and Silas Nash, once close friends turned something more in high school, experienced a sudden memory wipe, leaving them disoriented and lost. They were alone in this peculiar predicament, their memories vanishing simultaneously. Despite brief recollections, their memories would reset every 48 hours. In their quest for answers, they must swiftly reconstruct their past and confront the hidden secrets that tore them apart, racing against time for the truth.
Tate Collins and Miles Archer are attracted to each other but they have no place for love. leaving them with the sole option of just physical intimacy. Their arrangement appears to hold promise, reliant upon Tate adhering to two fundamental guidelines set by Miles – don’t question the past & never look forward to a future. But then the reality quickly dawns upon them—they are ill-equipped to navigate such a precarious path. And that’s when everything falls apart.
Harriet and Wyn met thanks to their closest friends Sabrina, Parth, Kimmy, and Cleo. Their friendship turned into love, leading to an engagement that lasted for a long time until they broke up about 6 months ago. Now, all of them have decided to go one last time to the Maine cottage which had been their group’s yearly getaway whenever they are together. But for Harriet and Wyn, things won’t be the same as they are pretending to be a couple for their friends.
Ali Hazelwood, the brilliant author of the bestselling novel, The Love Hypothesis, has once again left us spellbound with her latest literary creation, Loathe to Love You. This time, Hazelwood brings to life a collection of three novellas, each featuring powerful women in STEM.
As we dive into the world of Loathe to Love You, we are introduced to a trio of the closest of friends, each of whom is an engineer by profession. Despite their intelligence and success, these women have a shared disdain for the notion of love.
It’s the big great wedding in the family and Catalina Martin now needs a date to shut up all the gossip mongers and the inquisitive relatives in the family. Her white lies about the so-called American boyfriend are now beyond control, and now everyone and their mother (including her ex-boyfriend) are waiting to meet this new guy in her life. Except that such a person simply does not exist. Now, she has exactly four weeks to find a man who will agree to fly with her to Spain and help rescue her from the mess that she has got herself into.
There was once a time when love was considered to be a good thing. It was welcomed and celebrated. But that was until the scientists found its cure. Earlier people never understood the dangers of love. The disasters that it brings and the way it controls your entire being. This love – a deliria – offers no respite, no hope for those who are inflicted. But things have changed now. Scientists have finally found the cure for love. All the residents of the United States are encouraged, or more so compelled to take the cure when they turn eighteen.
Lily is a small-town girl with big dreams who decides to leave her small-town life in Maine and move to Boston. Before long, Lily stumbles upon the handsome and charming Ryle Kincaid, a neurosurgeon making the big bucks. Even though everything is going great with Ryle, Lily seems to hang on to thoughts of Atlas, the guy who was her first love; the guy who really understood her.
And now, when Atlas seems to have magically reappeared in her life, the carefully built relationship that she has with Ryle seems threatened.