Cover of Keeping Up With The Jones by Rian Fox

Leon Chandler is all about playing games.

 

As a Black video game developer just shy of making his studio a big success, he can’t wait to progress to the next level.

Unfortunately, games come with rules, and his studio needs money to prosper. Tired of asking his rich parents to invest in his business, only to have them rub his nose in it every chance they get, Leon decides to strike a deal with investors from a huge multimedia company.

There are only two tiny problems…

One, the company owners are his parents’ neighbors and arch nemeses, Felicia and Bakari Jones. Two, Leon can’t seem to stop thinking about the Black power couple in completely unprofessional ways.

He always thought he’d grow out of his teenage crush on them, but at 26, his crush is still going strong.

When Leon finds out that the Joneses are just as attracted to him and more than willing to act on it, he has a difficult decision to make.

 

Photo of A Black Non-binary person wearing pink leopard print glasses.  Georgina Kiersten

About The Author

Georgina Kiersten (Rian Fox) is a black non-binary author who was raised in San Antonio, Texas. Living with a disability has given Georgina the ability to see the world in a unique and open way that shines through their writing. When they not writing and reading the latest books, Georgina is a graphic designer by trade and a bit of a geek diving headfirst into the fandom universe. As well as juggling five kids and two dogs.  Look for more of Georgina’s books in the future, specialized in Black-centered LGBTQ romance and erotica.

Cover of The Devil's Bargain by Rian Fox - A shirtless man with olive skin wearing a pair of devil horns and a tail.

 Something obscene, dark and deadly wants Silas and he isn’t human. Bazaduil lusts for Silas and won’t take no for an answer, even if it means tricking and seducing him. In a life where being told ‘there are no monsters,’ it will be one lie Silas will have to face. Will Silas be able to ignore Bazaduil advances or will he submit to this demon’s twisted agenda?

Cover of Keeping Up With The Jones by Rian Fox

One, the company owners are his parents’ neighbors and arch nemeses, Felicia and Bakari Jones. Two, Leon can’t seem to stop thinking about the Black power couple in completely unprofessional ways.

He always thought he’d grow out of his teenage crush on them, but at 26, his crush is still going strong.

When Leon finds out that the Joneses are just as attracted to him and more than willing to act on it, he has a difficult decision to make.

 

Fall Into You by Georgina Kiersten (cover) A plus size back woman standing a in the woods full of fall autumn flowers.

In Appeley, for the first time ever, Imari feels welcome, happy, and unapologetically herself. She tries new things, makes brand-new friends and, while attending the fall apple festival, she accidentally bumps into a very familiar face…

Cassidy Martinez was her childhood best friend and partner in crime. Now, she has grown into a stunning, confident woman, and Imari can’t help noticing.

Should she take a risk?

 

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