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Ultimate Romance E-Book Bundle

Ultimate Romance E-Book Bundle

A bingeworthy contemporary romance bundle ❤️ Content ranges from sweet to fade to black.

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If you're in the mood to swoon, laugh out loud, and shed a tear or two, this bundle is for you.

Included in the bundle:

  • Holly Bough Cottage
  • One Last Christmas
  • Love in Audio
  • Against the Boards
  • Called for Icing
  • Stickhandle with Care
  • The New Year's Party

What readers are saying:

Against the Boards: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Amazing and fun romantic tale that left me unable to put the book down. Lots of laugh out loud moments and a lovely romance."

Holly Bough Cottage: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I started and finished book in one evening. It is a story that will give you all the warm and fuzzies of a good holiday romance."

One Last Christmas: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Cindy's book delivered exactly what it said it would. If I was in the Northern Hemisphere I'd have whipped up some hot chocolate and sat reading it in front of a crackling fire. But since I'm from the Southern Hemisphere, I had a tall glass of peach iced tea and sat under an umbrella beside the swimming pool. A heart-warming story with lovely characters."

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Against the Boards

Canadian Played Book #1

Swoon with the first book in the Canadian Played series,"Against the Boards." When a sibling prank goes sideways, hilarity ensues in this fake-dating hockey rom-com with family and team spirit. Against the Boards is a laugh-out-loud, low spice hockey rom-com.

Content: Includes mild swearing and innuendo.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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Called for Icing

Canadian Played book #2

Feel all the tension in "Called for Icing" with a roommates to lovers story about an injured player and his physical therapist. Warning: read only if you can handle high tension and witty banter.

Content: Includes mild swearing and innuendo.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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Stickhandle with Care

Canadian Played book #3

Fight for another shot in "Stickhandle with Care" with a second chance romance story about high school sweethearts who lost touch and now are forced to work together on one of the premier hockey broadcasts in the country. This one will get you right in the feels.

Content: Includes mild swearing and innuendo.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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One Last Christmas

Sugar Creek Book #1

Snap up a second chance at romance with "One Last Christmas" - a rom com that starts with an embarrassing ski tumble and an unexpected snow in, then asks what it truly means to love..and what must be sacrificed to find out.

Content: Clean.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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Love in Audio

Sugar Creek Book #2

Delve into the second book in the Sugar Creek series with "Love in Audio" - a forbidden love rom-com between a professor and an accidental student. 

Content: Clean.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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Holly Bough Cottage

Mix small-town charm, a swoony next door handiman, and Christmas lights in "Holly Bough Cottage" - a delightful strangers to lovers, healing after loss romance with sleigh rides, hot springs, and plenty of hot cocoa!

Content: Clean.

Narrated by the author.

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The New Year's Party

Follow a group of friends bonded by shared grief as they celebrate New Year's together for twelve years...and find love along the way in "The New Year's Party."

Content: Clean.

Audiobook narrated by the author.

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Against the Boards

Emma's heart raced as Tyler unclicked his seatbelt and turned toward her. It had been doable to talk with him on the way over. Not easy, since the smell of his cologne was reminiscent of Cool Waters, which reminded her of every hot guy she’d pined after in the late nineties, but doable. 

Now he was looking straight at her, and the console of his truck didn’t seem appropriately wide enough. She pressed her back up against the passenger door and fiddled with the edge of her fingernail. “I didn’t know—I mean, we’re just going to stand there and pretend to be talking or something, right? You could put your arm around me just for a second—it can be subtle.” 

He blinked, slow like a cat and Emma’s mouth went dry. “Subtle. You think that will make your point?” 

Was it possible for her heart to explode? It happened to rabbits. They got too worked up and just died right there on the spot. She pulled at the collar of her coat, then turned to open her door. “Sorry, I think I’m getting overheated.” 

Tyler turned off the truck and opened his door, then stepped out into the parking lot and grabbed his bag, skates, and stick from the backseat. “It’s fine. We can head in and hang out in the atrium. When Sean comes in, we’ll give him a show.” He slung the bag over his shoulder, pulling his athletic-fit Henley even tighter across his broad chest. 

He nodded toward the Ice Centre and turned. Emma slammed the truck door closed and ran after him. “What kind of show, Tyler?” 

He shrugged, his legs too long for her to keep up without nearly jogging. “We’ll just see what happens.” 

See what happens? This felt like the exact wrong moment to fly by the seat of their pants. Her pulse shot up another few beats per minute. This was a terrible plan. They were going to be standing in the foyer where anyone could see them, not just Sean. She could have gone to Sunday Supper or something and forced him to talk with her after everyone left. 

But that was just it. They’d talked about this before, and he always said he’d mind his own business, but then he made comments like “keep it in your pants” at the pub after the game. 

“Emma?” Tyler stood holding the front door. She drew a deep breath and walked past him. He seemed totally fine with all this. More than fine. He was grinning at her. 

“You think this is funny?” she hissed when he stopped next to her and dropped his bag. 

Tyler tried to stifle a laugh and failed. “It is kind of funny. You look like you’re going to throw up.” 

Emma pulled off her coat and draped it over the arm of the couch against the wall. “Unlike some people, I don’t go around doing this with random guys.” 

Tyler propped up his stick and set his skates on top of his bag, then crossed his arms over his chest. Emma tried to keep her eyes from dropping to his pecs and failed. “Doing what?” 

“You know. This.” 

“No, I don’t know because it feels like you’re accusing me of going around pretending to be in relationships with people on a regular basis.” 

Emma tucked her hair behind her ears. “Not pretending to be in a relationship, but you’re with different people. Women—I’m not—” Tyler raised an eyebrow, and she groaned, turning to face the wall. “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean—I’m just nervous.” 

Tyler’s hand landed on her back. “In case you’ve forgotten, this was your idea. We don’t have to do this. I’m happy to help you with Sean, but if you’d rather—”

Emma whipped back around, not thinking about the fact that Tyler’s hand wouldn’t move with her. She looked down at his hand now cupped over her bra. He yanked his hand back as her skin lit on fire. 

“That probably would’ve convinced him,” Tyler muttered, holding his hand out as if it had been accidentally peed on. 

Emma ignored the sweat forming under her clothes and clenched her hands into fists. “We are going to do this. It’s five minutes of our lives, and then I can talk with Sean after the game and I’ll never text people after midnight again.” Tyler wasn’t looking at her. “Tyler—”

His arm curled around her waist like a snap bracelet and pulled her flush against his body. She’d barely processed her sudden change of location when Tyler tipped her chin up. Without a word, he slipped his fingers down the side of her neck and kissed her.

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About the Author

Cindy Gunderson is a voice actress and award-winning author. She currently resides in Denver with her handsome husband Scott, four kids, and cat Snickers.

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