Christina C. Jones
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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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Titles By Christina C. Jones
Something Onyx has never been a stranger to, never strayed far from, despite his best efforts otherwise. This time though, the stakes are higher than ever before, when his past is threatening to touch - and destroy - everything he’s grown to care for.
The only choice is to face it head on - a task Tati is more than willing to share.
Unanswered questions and unexpected attacks are jeopardizing the Predator organization from all sides, and she’ll do whatever it takes to protect the people she loves - including peeling back secrets, lies, and betrayals, layer by layer.
Shared ink makes them family, but as the truth is unturned, Onyx and Tati will discover that their connection runs deeper than either of them knows.
The motivations may differ, but the fight is the same, against an enemy with bigger teeth and sharper claws.
When thrown to the wolves, they’ll need more than strength to survive.
A name – a definition – that was never supposed to be triumph, but a condemnation. A reminder of a certain place in the world – of a responsibility to the other living beings in the ecosystem.
As second-in-command of the Predators MC, Tatiana Tate is well-versed in both the expectations and reality of sustaining her way of life. In the wake of a tragedy that shook the whole organization, she’s had no issues stepping into power beside her lifelong friend – her brother. But even in the midst of their efforts to rebuild, the need for revenge against an unknown hunter looms in the shadows.
Good thing the shadows are more than familiar to Onyx – he thrives there on the fringes, with no place to truly call home. Orphaned by cruel decisions made before he was born, he’s the perfect secret weapon in the club’s struggle against an unidentified foe with a mostly ambiguous agenda.
They want the Predators wiped out.
That much is clear.
But nobody with Predator ink goes down without a fight.
Even the strongest prey isn’t immune to a determined predator.
But wise prey studies, until they are no longer afraid.
(Be aware that this title ends in a cliffhanger!)
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.
Something is off.
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.)
It’s the season of giving, so doing a solid for a friend of a friend isn’t that big of a deal.
That is…until it is.
(Check out Nicole Falls and Alexandra Warren for the other two books in the series!)
If there’s any one thing Pierre and Logan have in common, it’s their ability to invite snap judgements based on shallow views of who they are.
Logan is the privileged only daughter of a respected family whose legacy runs long and deep.
Pierre is the moody, orphaned son of big screen royalty who couldn’t possibly live up to the prestige of his pedigree.
Or maybe not.
Perhaps they’re just two people trying to navigate the pressures of a world hellbent on telling them what they should be, and eschewing the limits of other people’s expectations.
Maybe what they need most is somebody who can see beyond the shallow first impressions – just one person they can allow to see behind the scenes of who they are.
Maybe they have more in common than it seems.
(This started - and finished - as a serial on my blog. If you read it there, there is NOTHING new here. If you are looking for warm and fuzzy, don't like adult language, topics, or scenes in what you read, you should skip this one.)
That was the promise Denver and Kensa made, but it’s a sentiment they’ve somehow lost along the way. What started as a passionate wildfire has diminished to a flicker, all but snuffed out by unspoken fears, perceived betrayal, and a complete breakdown in communication.
Can either of them tuck their ego away long enough to rekindle their flame?
She doesn’t quite know.
Her life is shifting, rapidly, and the sudden, captivating intrusion of Laken Kimble isn’t exactly… reassuring.
For Keris, Laken is comfort and risk wrapped in one very appealing package.
For Laken, Keris is barrier and providence all at once.
For both, there arises a need to navigate those contrasts to a conclusion neither was looking for… a need to answer a simple question.
If you want this… what are you willing to offer in exchange?