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Publisher pitch: Totally Bound, Nov 2020

2 November 2020

November with Totally Bound Publishing sees books from some of our favourites, and we’re even squeezing in our first taste of Christmas, with It Could’ve Been a Wonderful Life. Elsewhere there’s a reverse harem with three alphas, a double helping of sports stars and some particularly naughty imps, sent straight from Lucifer.

Don’t forget, plenty of our favourite series are now available in box sets—with a new one released each week!

Find out more on our website.

Here’s what’s coming up in November …

3 November

Exposed by Her Alphas by Jayce Carter (The Omega’s Alphas #8). The latest in this wildly popular reverse harem omegaverse series sees Mia, an Omega with a secret, trapped in a cabin with her three Alpha bosses. Their seclusion is supposed to keep them safe, but the most immediate risk is to their hearts.

10 November

So Wrong, It’s Wright by Amelia Kingston (So Far, So Good #3). An infuriatingly irresistible love story! This time it’s Michelle, finally taking time for herself to heal from a breakup in her friend’s remote cabin—but she’s not alone! NFL darling Drew is also at the cabin, and of course he’s the man who broke her heart.

Sliding Home by Jaqueline Snowe (Out of the Park #2). A must read for hopeless romantics, this book is an enemies to lovers, second chance love dream. Another Michelle and another sports star—this time a pro baseball player—can their sparring turn to success?

17 November

Igniting Love by Sara Ohlin (Rescue Me #2). The road to true love is paved with misunderstandings, at least for Katie and Leo. Their instant attraction sparks a flame between them, but Leo is hurt when he sees Katie’s wedding ring. What he doesn’t know is that Katie is widowed—can they find a new happiness together?

24 November

Demons High! by Alexis Fleming (Lucifer Inc #2). When Elli inherits her aunt’s run-down house, she gets much more than she bargained for. A sexy half-demon neighbour and a horde of Lucifer’s imps running an illicit nightclub are just the start. Can Elli survive the hell-storm?

It Could’ve Been a Wonderful Life by Karin Baine. A sweet, modern twist on a classic. A car crash leaves millionaire toy-store empire owner David’s spirit stranded, somehow attached to his employee Annie. After a slew of bad news leaves her feeling down, Annie is sure David is there to show her how much better the world is with her in it … but David thinks a boyfriend is the answer.

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