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A Not-So Cinderella Story - The modern version of the fairy tale, told from the ugly stepsister's point of view. Her life changes when she meets Wolfe, a dangerous criminal that her mother wants her to have nothing to do with. She knows she shouldn't want anything to do with him too, but somehow she can't stay away.
Elemental Escape - Subject A is an experiment at the Facility. They are genetically altering children to create a super race. Some control fire, some earth, some water, some wind. But not her. She was a mistake. At least thats what they tell her, until she finds the boy locked up at the end of the hall with an escape plan.
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The World's Richest Lie - Samantha is a tomboy that's grown up with her dad, running their garage. But her grandmother is supplying them with the money they need for it and if they want to keep getting money Sam has to go to New York and learn to be a lady, maybe find a husband. To save her pride, she tells a rich bastard that she is a rich heiress, which would've been fine, until he tells every guy in New York. Suddenly they all have plans to woo her for her money, money she doesn't have.
Dragon's Slave - Kamryn is a slave with some unusual talents. She's not sure how or why, but she seems to be the only human with a gift to control the world's most dangerous beasts: Dragons. As her Kingdom prepares for war she must use her skills to try and save as many lives as possible, which would be much easier if the King's brother was not quite so distracting.