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About Christina C. Jones
Christina C. Jones is a best-selling romance novelist and digital media creator.
A timeless storyteller, she is lauded by readers for her ability to seamlessly weave the complexities of modern life into captivating tales of black romance.
As an author, Christina’s work has been featured in various media outlets such as Oprah Magazine Online, The Griot, and Shondaland.
In addition to her full-time writing career, she cofounded Girl, Have You Read - a popular digital platform that amplifies black romance authors and their stories.
A former graphic designer, Christina has a passion for making things beautiful and can usually be found crafting and cooking in her spare time.
She currently lives in Arkansas with her husband and their two children.
To learn more, visit www.beingmrsjones.com or follow her across most social media @beingmrsjones
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But it's been that way for Eryn since before the accident, and doesn't seem to be getting better.
Strange dreams, hallucinations, and a confusingly intense connection with a stranger have her wondering if she'll ever be "okay" again.
A fate she can't accept.
But one she'll have to risk everything to avoid.
(Restored is a paranormal romance, the last of a three book series. It is a novella, roughly the same length as the other two books in the series, which you are highly encouraged to read (or re-read) first.)
Hailey Freeman goes to Blackwood with a specific mission - at least on the surface. When a sudden tragedy thrusts her into chaos, she expects to find herself mired in confusion, bereft, while she figures out how to pick up the pieces.
Instead, she finds comfort, clarity, and --baffling— familiarity in the arms of Ellis Boyd.
A stranger who can’t help wondering if he knows Hailey somehow, met her somewhere, another time they just can’t remember — the only explanation for their swift, consuming connection.
At least… the only one that makes sense.
Pedestals are lonely places.
Teagan Tolliver is learning the hard way that for every new trophy, every tournament win, comes more scrutiny, more pressure - far beyond what she can do on a court. As an elite, Black female athlete in a sport dominated by people she has little in common with beyond a match, she’s got the eyes of the world on her - for better or worse.
Ambrose McNeil is familiar with the concept as well.
Coming out of BSU, he was a star cornerback, fulfilling a long term dream - and challenge - of having his name on the Connecticut Kings roster.
Living the dream.
Until what could’ve been a career-ending injury leaves him on the sidelines - forgotten about.
But no more.
With a hard-won full recovery on his side, and a new head coach at the helm of the Kings, Ambrose is poised to rebuild his reputation, and retake his place in the lights.
Only… now that the dream is back within his grasp.. . he’s realizing the wisdom of old cliches, and wondering if the turf under his feet is going to actually be any greener.
Maybe not, according to Teagan.
She’s witnessed firsthand what the pressures of competition - and the addiction to public adoration can do.
But she can’t let it go.
Not while she still has a legacy to continue, a birthright to honor, and most importantly - points to prove.
All motivations she and Ambrose have in common.
From accidental enemies, to something softer, to friends, to something deeper than either imagined or was even looking for, they’re both navigating more than they can handle alone.
So maybe together...
Is it really enemies-to-lovers if the disdain is one-sided?
(BitterxSweet is a novella)
Unfortunately for Kadan Davenport, she also seems to be a magnet for him - even after a disastrous first impression that leaves him - literally - black and blue.
Jaclyn is busy trying to find some sort of balance, and Kadan is just trying not to get swept up in the chaos.
In a small city like Blakewood, it's hard to avoid each other... especially when each additional encounter makes them wonder if they really want to.
"I Think I Might Love You" is a first-in-series novella.
Not that there's anything wrong with that, if that's your thing.
It's just not MY thing.
Well, it wasn't.
But then I walked into-
and then he -
and OH, my supposed "friends"...
How about I just tell you everything?
(Me + Somebody's Son is a novella)