See It First: Xyla Turner, Rebecca Brooks, and Kylie Hillman

See It First: Xyla Turner, Rebecca Brooks, and Kylie Hillman

We know Prolific Works readers are always ready to discover new authors and try great new reads from old favorites, so we’re making our blog the best way for you to see it first every day! It’s Monday, and we’re starting off the week with the latest and greatest from our top romance genres!

Contemporary Romance

10-80: Line of Duty Series by Xyla Turner

10-80: Line of Duty Series

D’asia lives in one of the worst housing projects (The Trap) in Harlem. She is trying to make moves and figure out her life while raising her brother. Ryan is a police officer in Harlem and while on a case, he notices D’asia and couldn’t really get her out of his system.
After D’asia’s brother is arrested by none other than Officer Ryan McFadden, D’asia finds that the Harlem cop is more than meets the eye. But it’s against the unspoken rules: The Trap and cops don’t mix.

Romantic Short Story

A Good Day to be Bad by Rebecca Brooks

A Good Day To Be Bad

Leah plans what’s supposed to be a romantic winter getaway at a bed and breakfast in Cape Cod. When her almost-boyfriend ditches her at the last minute, she figures the most action she’ll see is in the romance novel on her Kindle.

But there’s a handsome stranger staying at the B&B, and he has a proposal for her. It’s like nothing she’s ever done. It’s not who she thinks she is. But it might be everything she needs.

Sports Romance

Brawl, Black Hearts by Kylie Hillman

Brawl, Black Hearts

She’s broken-hearted. His heart is dead and decayed inside his chest.
She’s lost the ability to trust while he doesn’t think life has anything left to offer. When neither believes in fairy tales, can the vicious world of MMA show them that they’re wrong?

That even the most f#cked-up of us deserve a happily-ever-after?

 

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