Jordan K. Rose
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Secrets, Lies, and Meatballs Jordan K. Rose
The meatball knows. That’s what everyone keeps saying. But how is it possible for a hunk of meat that’s been simmering in ancient spaghetti sauce for thirty-three years to know anything, never mind who Lena Tortellani is supposed to marry? She won’t do it. They can’t make her do it. No matter how good that gravy smells or how powerful the matchmaker is, this witch is not eating that meatball. But when someone steals the mate-ball to Lena’s meatball, the lid is blown off a pot of family secrets kept hidden for some fifty years. And the only way to save the people she loves most is for Lena to eat the magic meatball or risk losing her family forever.
Her Vampire Protector Jordan K. Rose
For Selene Kittery, having to hold her own in the male-dominated Vampire Guard is enough of a challenge. With Christmas right around the corner and mistletoe hanging in doorways, controlling the impulse to fall into the arms of the sexiest womanizer to walk the earth makes getting through every night damn near impossible. As the iron-clad grip she’s kept on her dignity weakens, Selene must face the truth about Oz. Realizing Selene is Panthera’s next target, Oz is forced to share the secret about what happened on the night they met and risk losing her forever.
The Witch, The Weeds, and The Were Jordan K. Rose
After twelve years of running from her life, Jackie Tortellani finds herself sent back home by order of Baba Yagadagiveagirlabreak, aka, Cousin Carol. Ordered to help Daniel Ridgeback do Goddess only knows what, Jackie comes face-to-face with the man she hoped never to see again, the man whose mere presence makes her hips wiggle uncontrollably, the very same man she once loved enough to give up all her magic. Forsaking her magical gifts did not make Jackie more powerful. Oh, contraire. A dozen years of avoiding the stuff makes a witch somewhat incompetent and horticulturally dangerous. Throw in a guilt-inducing mom, an overly-demonstratively loving dad, two Italian grandmothers, and a set of in-laws who didn’t exactly love her twelve years ago, and you can bet Jackie has no intention