Future Perfect by Fran Heckrotte - Sequel to Solaria
Primeris was a Hubot, designed to serve humans. Her existence depended on her ability to complete her assignments...which she always did with a cold, emotionless detachment. Now, her perfect record was going to be tested to its limits. In her attempts to find and capture Solaria, another Hubot, Primeris is forced to disobey her directive of obedience or become the human she never wanted to be.
The Order of the Healers was exactly that, healers. Their mission was to move humanity forward, even if it meant saving the worst of mankind. Chantelle is a Singer, a member of a small sub-group of Healers, whose latest calling takes her on a mission that will test her gift to its limit, and leave her wondering if her success will lead to humanity's downfall.
Hidden Truths by Jae - Sequel to Backwards to Oregon
Luke Hamilton has been living as a husband and father for the past seventeen years. No one but her wife, Nora, knows she is not the man she appears to be. They have raised their daughters to become honest and hard-working young women. But even with their loving foundation, a few fears and insecurities have Amy and Nattie hiding their own secrets.
Just as Luke sets out on a dangerous trip to Fort Boise, a newcomer arrives on the ranch - Rika Aaldenberg, who traveled to Oregon as a mail-order bride, hiding that she's not the woman in the letters.
When hidden truths are revealed, will their lives and their family fall apart or will love keep them together?
McKee by the late AC Henley, unabridged version
Private investigator Quinlan McKee has returned to Los Angeles after a three-year absence, only to find herself embroiled in a world of child slavery and police corruption. Chaos ensues as she finds an unlikely ally in the form of a savvy police detective Vivian Walsh, who lives by the letter of the law. Quin unwittingly becomes engulfed in the lives of new friends and old acquaintances during her journey through the seedier side of two cities.
Quin will risk her sanity and her heart while she discovers the truth about a buried past as she travels from Los Angeles back to Chicago where it all began and seemingly all ends. She is pulled into a web of deceit and intrigue as everything she thought to be true is put into doubt. Quin searches for her happy ending where the lines blur between good and evil and friend and foe.
Lights and Sirens by Jeanine Hoffman
Chloe "Donny" Donavon is a Firefighter/Paramedic who discovers an attraction to, Caity, a dispatcher. She has know Caity for a few years but never thought of her as anything other than a friend and fellow member of the fire department. Their relationship goes against everything Donny has believed about keeping romantic entanglements away from the workplace, especially since she works with Caity's younger sister.
Kristy is Donny's mentor, supervisor, and friend at the station. She's behind Donny's sudden promotion-but that promotion could change her own career as well. Kristy is dealing with things from her past that she can no longer repress. How will that affect her relationships with her protégé and crew? What happens when the strongest of the strong finds out that she can't remain an island forever?
Lights and Sirens shows a crew of well meaning men and women who come together to battle fire, fight illness, injury, and death for others-can they hold it together for one of their own?
Rainbow Inn by J. Summers
Kim and Katie purchased an Inn expecting it to be a nice, tranquil, uneventful way to earn a living. They were looking forward to catering to lesbians from all over the world: all types of careers, and walks of life. The mixture of guests, friends, music, parties, sun, and fun make Kim and Katie's lives chaotic, and then the private parties prove to be more than they bargained for. Their guests introduce, drugs into the mix and their private get away to Mexico becomes a wild ride into the dark, dangerous drug underworld where anything and everything is likely to happen
The Truck Comes on Thursday by Sue Hardesty
Life sizzles for Highway Patroller Loni Wagner in a small Arizona desert town during the long summer nights. She sees it all-a plane wreck, freeway pileups, and dead bodies as she investigates murders involving human smugglers, drug runners, and her old friend Carl. During the day she faces high school enemies, a red-neck sexist police chief who gives her unwanted jobs, and worries about her Native Indian grandparents: her grandmother is not well, and cattle rustling on their ranch is about to break them. Adding spicy flavors to this mix are three intriguing women, most especially one, who help her through it all as she struggles to move on from the death of her lover.
Coward by Phair
Major Rory of the Ronan Officer Lineage, Active Duty Division, was raised to be a soldier but she falls in love instead. Her dreams for a family and home of her own are shattered to an endless nightmare when her husband and young son are killed before her eyes.
The military orders her to a suicide mission but the heartbroken soldier has seen enough of death. She disobeys orders to save her squad and seals her own fate in the process. Beaten, broken and branded a Coward she is sentenced not to the death she hoped for but to life a lifetime in a distant planet's underground penal colony at hard labor.
A life long homophobe, Rory is horrified when she learns she must sleep with a young woman, Rabbit, in order to survive the frigid nights. Rabbit's sweet innocence confuses Rory's long held beliefs. When a sliver of a chance is offered to reclaim her freedom, Rory will use any means to achieve it. Including allowing herself to fall in love again. But, this time she's falling in love with a woman named Rabbit.