Contemporary Romance

Saint (Mercy #2) by J.B. Salsbury

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Title: Saint Series: Mercy #2 Author: J.B. Salsbury Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance Release Date: October 21st, 2018 Milo and Mercy’s story concludes in Saint. Releases fall 2018 Milo sold his soul to the devil to save an angel. Now he’s after revenge. There are worse prisons than the lush estate of a notorious drug smuggler […]

5 star 2018

Ghostgirl by J.B. Salsbury

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Title: Ghostgirl Author: J.B. Salsbury Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance Release Date: June 19th, 2018 Can Standalone?: Yes She was brainwashed to believe she could save mankind. Now she’s the one who needs saving. Three years ago Milo Vega was abandoned with his two younger brothers and placed into foster care. Now a twenty-year-old high school […]

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Fighting for Honor (Corps Security Kindle Worlds) by J.B. Salsbury

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Title: Fighting for Honor Series: Corps Security Kindle Worlds Author: J.B. Salsbury Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance Release Date: September 26th 2017 Can Standalone?: Yes New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author JB Salsbury brings her Fighting series to Harper Sloan’s Hope Town in this Kindle Worlds exclusive, Fighting for Honor. UFL fighter Caleb hasn’t […]

5 stars

Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury

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Title: Wrecked Author: J.B. Salsbury Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance, Dark Romance Release Date: July 18th 2017 Wrecked is the new standalone novel of deliciously dark, deeply emotional contemporary romance from J.B. Salsbury, the New York Times bestselling author of Split and The Fighting Series. When Sawyer’s sister died, she had one wish: that Sawyer live […]

4 stars

Split by J.B. Salsbury

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Title: Split Author: J.B. Salsbury Genre: Fiction, Dark Romance Release Date: November 15th 2016 JB Salsbury is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has captivated readers around the world. Her unforgettable new novel is a story of romance and suspense, with a twist no one will see coming . . . […]