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New Year's Revolution

(2024)
(A book in the Holiday Remixes series)
A Novella by

 
 
Axel isn't ready to lead the revolution. But since she met Darian she may not have a choice.

The wealth gap is so wide it’s basically a canyon. The top 1% live high above the Earth in glittering silver towers, while the masses toil in the filthy streets below. The world is ready for a revolution. And Axel’s on board...she just isn't sure she should be the one to lead it.

Then she meets Darian Rafferty.

Confident, charming, entitled; he’s everything she detests about the über rich. He’s also undeniably handsome, obviously into her, and the son of the very man Axel’s comrades are plotting to overthrow.

When her rebel friends push her to use Darian to infiltrate his father’s empire, Axl discovers that the perks of getting close to him are…substantial. Penthouses. Fine dining. Chopper rides. But when the rebel plot comes to a head at the Billionaire’s Ball on New Year’s Eve, Axel uncovers a chilling secret.


This is a steamy, lighthearted, standalone New Year's romance you can read in about 60 minutes. In it, you'll find the following tropes:

HEA ending

rags to riches
different worlds
super attentive dude

he falls first
dystopia
plot twist

About the Series

Small town apocalypses? Dystopian billionaires? Fae mafia bosses? How about hockey playing shifters? A Greek god desperately in need of a nanny?

You may ask, "Why?" This series of steamy holiday instaloves asks, "Why not?" Why not a mishmash of genres? Why not funny, off-the-wall romance with hot spice and big heart? Why not a sexy hockey shifter rom-com starring the Easter bunny?

Inside these 12 books, you'll find 12 short standalone instaloves, each set during a different holiday in every month of the year.

"Even August?" I hear you asking.

Yes, friend. Even August.

"But there isn't even a holiday in Aug—"

Don't worry about it. It's gonna be fine. I have, like, eight months to figure that out. Just start at December, and we'll all be fine. Okay?

Okay.

Genre: Science Fiction

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