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J. Nichole

Sexy Standalones Bundle

Sexy Standalones Bundle

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Synopsis

❤️ Influenced by Love

As a plant scientist, Shana thought she had all the skills she needed to run her grandmother’s plant shop. But when she received the foreclosure notice for the store, she realized it would take more than a love of plants to bring in the cash. When her cousin suggested a plan for her to revive the failing business, she’s on board—until she realizes it involves a major social media campaign. The problem is that she’s anti-social in real life, and on the Internet.

DJ Honesty is known around the city because of his massive social media following. But because of this following he can’t trust anyone’s interest is genuine, especially women. He’s considering an exit from the scene to do something that will make his life more meaningful, and could be longer lasting than the latest viral post.

When he walks into Urban Garden and meets Shana, he is surprised that she seems to not know who he is, at all. When he learns that she needs help with her store, his influence could be just what she needs to save her grandmother’s business. In return, she could be the woman to prove his social influence can serve a purpose.

Can their relationship bloom into something more than a social experiment?

❤️ I Wanted to Forget You

He was the last person she ever wanted to see.

Especially not on a Monday morning. But when Harmony walked into the corner office, he was on the other side of the desk.

Still sexy, still witty — but still the last man on earth she wanted to be around. It had been years since they saw each other, but he was unforgettable.

She thought she was too.

Except, when he spoke, it was like they had never met. It was like he forgot the last time they saw each other, years before, didn't involve a shouting match.

Could the long nights in the office be just what they need to forget they hate each other?

❤️ Alcohol Confessions

After a night of drinking, Lincoln ran to her.

The knock at the door that frightened Dakota out of her sleep almost went unanswered. Especially after she realized it was Lincoln. Her ex-boyfriend from years ago.

What could he possibly want at that ungodly hour? There was only one way to find out — she had to open the door.

In his drunken state, would Lincoln reveal that he missed her as much as she did him?

Alcohol Confessions is a steamy second-chance romance.

❤️ Love Wasn't the Goal

Professional basketball had always been Nico Maxwell's dream -- but a life-altering diagnosis changed his plans. When his goals were crushed, it took him some time to realize he had to live life fully and spontaneously. Instead of planning for the future with a career, wife, & family--he's taking life one day, one woman at a time.

Marketing Expert, Destiny Harlow, thought her girlfriend title would soon be upgraded to wifey. That was until her boyfriend broke her heart. She was crushed and found an old friend, Nico Maxwell, the perfect guy to help ease her heartache.

A growing baby bump was not what either expected. But was what they needed to help change their perspective on their life goals.

❤️ Risk it All

She's never taken a risk.

Ever.

Why rock the boat? If it works, it works.

But then her roommate persuades her to take a risk on him.

The delivery man.

She'd rather watch him in passing. Not until he ends up at the front door and her towel drops.

Risk it All is a fling romance, a quick read. Are you willing to take a risk?

Chapter 1 Look Inside

“Ah, discrimination at its finest. Here I was thinking being a Black man in America had its difficulties.” I shook my head. “A Black man with a heart disease, damn. More ways to hold me back,” I joked.

“Glad to see you in good spirits, Nico,” Dr. Wilson told me as he headed to the door. “Don’t do anything that will test the limits of your heart, got it?”

My lips tightened and I didn’t make any promises. Like Dr. Wilson said, since my diagnosis, that was the one thing I promised myself, I’d live fully. The disease had taken away enough. I deserved to be out there living it up, making up for what was lost.

At least that’s what I told myself. I figured after a life-altering diagnosis, I had two options. Retreat, and live life carefully, afraid of what could happen next. Or bounce back, better than I was before. There was a third, less interesting option, make sure my legacy lived on through my seed. I called that one the Nick Cannon option, and because I wasn’t the fatherly type, that option was off the table for me. I was good with the favorite uncle title, at most.

I hopped down from the exam table, bundled up the bare-all hospital gown, and used my shooting arm to shoot it into the bin beside me. Once I was dressed, and exiting the doctor’s office—helmet in hand—I was ready to hit up the nearest bar for a toast, to ten years of living.
The streets of Atlanta weren’t easy to navigate during rush hour, but on the back of my all-black Suzuki GSX-R1000, I was weaving in and out of cars, zipping past the standstill. Pulling up to The Establishment, I made sure the few ladies walking in heard my engine rev before I parked nearby.

A couple of years ago, I picked up another daring adventure. I started riding a bike, and hadn’t stopped. The adrenaline rush as the wind whipped past me gave me that feeling that I was dribbling the ball down the court, ready to shoot, as I watched everyone in awe of my athletic abilities.

Maybe it was, “Risking it,” as my mama tried to tell me. Not the safest way I could spend, “my second chance.” But what good was a second chance if I tiptoed through life as if it couldn’t be taken from me in a blink? I remembered that as I strolled into the bar, on the lookout for Hendrix, and eyeing any women that could have been my adventure for the night.

“Yo,” I yelled as I walked up to the bar. Hendrix was in the middle of his order to the bartender when I told him, “Let me grab an Old Fashioned.” I leaned against the bar and looked around—happy hour was packed. I looked down the bar and saw the ladies who were walking in when I pulled up. One, with dreads down her back, was looking my way.

“Damn, bruh,” I whispered to Hendrix as he handed me a drink. “I may go down and chat with ol’ girl.”

He looked down the bar, in her direction, then smiled back at me. “Do you, bruh.” He smirked. “What better way to celebrate than to have someone to take home with you tonight?”

Continue reading in Love Wasn't the Goal.

“It’s been a really long time since we last spoke.” 

Without looking at me, she stated, “It has.” She didn’t tell me how she was doing though. I noticed her hand was rubbing the strap of her purse, incessantly, but I didn’t pry. 

“Plans for the night?” I asked, expecting her to tell me she had plans with her boyfriend. The man who abruptly ended our friendship. 

“No.” Her eyes finally met mine, and I was reminded how much I missed hanging with her. Her eyes, a shade lighter than the brown of mine, were welcoming, inviting even. 

I told her, “I was headed over to grab a drink.” I stared at her before asking, “Join me?”

Continue reading in Love Wasn't the Goal. 

What are readers saying? 

"Wonderful book. A strong storyline, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story and loving how the characters develop." 

"This book was so good it made me mad, sad and happy. When a book can pull my emotions the Author did their job."

"I really enjoyed Shana and Will! They were perfect for one another. I was so glad the author dealt with the subject of mental illness and was glad the relationships with their mother was mended. Great novel!"  

"Bravo J. Nichole! I love it. Nova and Harmony had a sheer hate for one another that originated back in college, continued once they were brought together by work, then hate slowly disappeared as personal intimacy collided with professionalism. Nova and Harmony are headed to their FOREVERMORE!"

"Super sweet. Very reminiscent of some real relationships. The back and forth the ups and downs but in the end realizing the truth and real love." 

 

eBooks included in bundle: 

☑️ Influenced by Love 

☑️ I Wanted to Forget You  

☑️ Alcohol Confessions 

☑️ Risk it All 

☑️ Love Wasn't the Goal  

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Return & Refund Policy

If you are unhappy with your paperback purchase, a full refund will be issued within 7 days of purchase. Paperbacks are required to be returned. For a refund, email jasmine@notthelastpage.com. 

eBooks and audiobooks are an instant digital download and will not receive a refund because they are accessible immediately after purchase and cannot be returned. 

If you have completed a duplicate purchase, refunds will be issued within 48 hours of original purchase. 

For refund requests, please email jasmine@notthelastpage.com. 

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