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Who is Jamie Miles?

Thanks to all of you, Stormy Night Publications is growing! We’re so happy to introduce you all to our new editorial assistant, Jamie Miles! Jamie has actually worked with us as a copy editor since the beginning. She’s amazing, thorough, hard-working, dependable, with a great eye for detail, and has impressed us at every turn. Not to mention that she’s a ...

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The Princess and the Huntsman by Patricia Green

Though she was once as sweet as she is beautiful, since her mother’s untimely passing Princess Brandywyn seems to grow brattier with every passing year… until the day she is waylaid by a band of ruffians and dragged away into the forest. She is taken far from her home, but at last she is rescued from the outlaws by a ...

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Melissa’s Punishment Examination by Carole Archer

Faking sick and skipping work yet again for a trip to the beach seemed like a good idea at the time, but when Melissa’s deception is discovered the beautiful twenty-two year old finds herself in way over her head. Her boss, Dr. Ben Williams, informs her that if she wants to keep her job as a receptionist at his private ...

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The Last Slavegirl by D.W. Collins

Since her father’s passing twenty-two year old Anastasia has governed the city-state of Magdia in his stead, but without his guidance she mistakes fear for respect and reigns harshly. With every callous judgment her people’s anger grows fiercer, until at last they are pushed too far and rise up against her. When the dust settles Anastasia is a prisoner of ...

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Mastering Maeve by Tara Finnegan

Finished with college and unable to find a job in her chosen field, twenty-four year old Maeve O’Reilly saw little choice but to return to her hometown in Connemara and work in her grandmother’s hotel. Maeve has barely walked in the door, however, when she learns that the establishment is deep in debt and an American visitor is considering an ...

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The Duke’s Proposal by Chula Stone

Sophia Tamworth never planned to marry, having chosen instead to look after her aging father and assist her brother in the running of the family estate. Then Spencer Preston, the duke of Page, came to court her sister… Spencer tired long ago of the frivolities of London high society and a marriage to Dorothy Tamworth, agreed with her father before ...

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The Reddington Scandal by Renee Rose

When Phoebe’s brother-in-law catches the notorious rake Lord Fenton in his home late at night, half-dressed and obviously attempting escape, he flies into a rage, threatening to kill both his wife and Lord Fenton. In a desperate measure to avert bloodshed, Phoebe claims she is Lord Fenton’s lover, thereby forcing him to take her as his wife to avoid a ...

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Aching to Submit by Natasha Knight

Though deeply in love with her husband Michael, for years Sophie has longed to give him not only her love, but her submission as well. In spite of her yearning to kneel at his feet, fear of rejection keeps her from sharing the truth with him. Though she would never give her body to another man, her need to submit ...

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A Husband’s Duty by Dinah McLeod

Now that she is finished with college, living in a nice house, and married to a handsome and devoted man, life seems to be going quite well for Jessica… except for one thing. Her wounded relationship with her younger sister Beth, torn apart years ago by a dispute over a high school sweetheart, has been allowed to fester for so ...

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Korey’s Ode to eBooks

I used to think I’d never do eBooks, but then I bought my first Kindle… Two months later I threw all my old print books away. As you might have surmised, I enjoy my eReader with inexpressible joy. Let me count the ways. I LOVE that I can hold it with one hand—my left one—without totally demolishing a paperback (and ...

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