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In His Care by Taryn Williams – Part Two

Chapter Five It still wasn’t an easy shift by any means, but she managed to get through it, and she didn’t think that she’d ever been so damned happy to get home. And when she arrived, it was to a surprise. First things first, Blaid pulled her into his arms for a lingering kiss and […]

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Joannie Kay – we’ll miss you so much.

This is the official announcement. Dear Readers and Friends of Blushing Books, It’s with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our longest time writers, and a great friend of Blushing Books. Joannie K., who has written for Bethany’s Woodshed and Blushing Books since the very beginning of the company, passed away […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Twenty One

Chapter Twenty One They were making themselves comfortable when there was another knock on the door. Again, Holly and Scout bolted for the door. Colby jumped up and caught Holly before she threw open the door. “See this little door up here? You open that to see who it is first.” Holly looked out. “I […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Twenty

Chapter Twenty A soft knock on their door awakened them the next morning. The door cracked open and Holly called, “I hope you’re decent. There’s some guy named Jonas on Savvy’s phone and he says it’s important.” Before she could shut the door, Scout shoved the door open and bounded into the room jumping up […]

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The Rivalry by Lynn Forest – Chapter Six

Chapter Six The paddling over, her breathing was ragged, and Garrett could clearly hear her crying softly. When she saw the paddle being placed to rest on the sofa, she also felt his left hand being pressed down even more firmly on her lower back. But it was what was happening with his right hand […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Garrett was humming as he bent over the somewhat dilapidated radiator in cabin one. He was dirty and sweaty and exhausted, but he didn’t care one whit, because everything was coming up roses, as far as he was concerned. He could sense that things had changed between himself and the object of his […]

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Penny Candy by Laurel Joseph – Chapter Eleven

Chapter Eleven “What do you think you are doing, Pammy Jo?” Farley asked, frowning when he saw the apron covering her pretty dress. “April will be late, so I thought I would start supper and surprise her,” PJ answered. “You should be lying down,” he scolded. “I am too muddled to sleep.” “What do you […]

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Correct Me If I’m Wrong by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Getting her out of the car wasn’t as easy as getting her into it, but he managed without killing either of them, although his leg—which was already screaming from having bent down to get her suitcase at the door—wasn’t going to be very happy with him once he got home. He plunked her […]

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In His Care by Taryn Williams – Part One

Chapter One “He’s here again,” her wizened coworker cackled with a truly indecent amount of glee in her tone. But Liz was too involved in trying to make sure she got the salt actually into the shakers and not onto the counter to even look up when she responded, “He who?” Wilda snorted. “Like we […]

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