MORIAH JOVAN writes what her imaginary friends tell her to write. Thus far, they have shown up in the novels The Proviso, Stay, Magdalene, Dunham, Paso Doble, We Were Gods, Lion’s Share, Black Jack, and “Twenty-dollar Rag,” published by B10 Mediaworx.
They will, most likely, continue to order her around until she hits on the right drug and dosage. Fortunately, her husband is very understanding of all the other people in her life and her children have no need of their own imaginary friends since they know all of mommy’s.
Moriah has been doing this self-publishing thing since 2008 and has the war wounds to prove it. She’s a Chiefs and Royals fan, half-assed planner, dilettante DIYer, and aspiring odalisque. She regularly thumbs her nose at her to-do list as if it has any authority over her at all. Her goal is to finish all the craft projects she has begun in her life. All of them.
In Kansas City during Prohibition, Trey desperately wants to own the speakeasy he’s been managing for the past four years. Then Boss Tom Pendergast hands it to him on a silver platter. The catch: Trey must seduce Marina, a preacher’s daughter, and get her pregnant in two months. Trey wants that speakeasy, and he doesn’t care how he gets it.
Single-mother Blythe had to depend on Finn, her terrifying father-in-law, to pull her through her husband’s death. Six years, countless dinners, kids’ activities, and a successful career later, there is nothing between them but friendship and respect. Nothing at all.
Music professor Lydia and culturally illiterate bond trader Jack are the least likely people to feel instant attraction, much less plan a weekend romp moments after meeting. It would have been a fun vacation fling if not for almost getting murdered.
Knox Hilliard’s uncle killed his father to marry his mother and gain control of the family’s Fortune 100 company. Giselle Cox can’t get her uncle to stop trying to kill her. Sebastian Taight is staging a hostile takeover of Knox’s company. All three of them are at war with a man who’ll kill to get what he wants. Little do they expect to find allies—and love—on the battlefield.
“Captain Jack” Celia Bancroft is an American privateer with a slew of debts of honor.
Commander Elliott Raxham, Earl Tavendish, has a pirate ship and a few good reasons to use it. They meet in a Caribbean tavern where he steals a kiss that starts a brawl she finishes.
With that, the romance is on, but the adventure is only beginning.
At 12, Vanessa saved 17-year-old Eric from going to jail. She’d hoped for a “thank you” from him, but before she could grow up, he left town.
14 years later, she is a celebrity chef. Eric is on his way to the White House.
4 hours apart & tied to their careers, they have no reason to speak until she returns home to face the only man she ever wanted--the only man she can’t have.