NEW PAPERBACK RELEASE – The Novellas: Could It Be?/More & More

The NovellasTHE NOVELLAS: Could It Be?/More and More

My novellas, “Could It Be?” and “More and More”, were originally published in paperback anthologies, but in 2015 I sold them separately in eBook format. Now I am releasing them together in paperback, exclusively available on Amazon.com.

Two “sexy, funny & oh so real” romance novellas from bestselling author Niobia Bryant…

COULD IT BE? – Celebrity fashion stylist–and NY it girl– Ameena Jones makes it her business to keep her thumb on the pulse of what’s new, fresh and trendy in the hometown she loves. When one of her best gal pals invites her to a night of speed dating, Ameena’s willing to give it try if for nothing else then fun kicks. She never imagined she would find love. Sparks instantly fly when she meets successful sports and entertainment attorney Marcus Daniel. Although his quiet and reserved traditional style is so different from her own vibrant, modern, and hip living they are instantly drawn to one another. Now that they’ve found each other life will never be the same…

MORE AND MORE – Mocha Nivens enjoys the casual nature of her long-term, long-distance relationship with businessman Dean Kincaid, but she ends it when he moves back to town wanting more. When Dean dates other women, Mocha realizes what she’s lost, but is it too late to claim the love she deserves?

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EXCERPT: LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS (Chapter 2)

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Excerpt of LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS by Niobia Bryant. ©2017. Published by Infinite Ink Presents… All rights reserved. May contain explicit language and sexual content. Translation of foreign words during their first use in the excerpt are in parentheses.

II.

Captain Anansi Nyame crossed his strong muscular arms over his chest as he stood with his legs apart looking out the window of the observation deck of the Spaceship Infinite. He squinted his ebony eyes in deep concentration as the massive ship orbited above his home planet of Erised. He took in the vast blue-black world surrounded by three aduus (suns) and a baatii (moon). Soon he would be transported from the bridge of the large and powerful vessel to the comfort of his mana (home). It had been nearly six ji’as (months) since last he was home. He had mixed feelings about his return—or rather mixed feelings about the reason for his return. His thoughts were troubled, and nothing soothed him.

“Worried about tomorrow?”

Anansi’s eyes focused on the reflection of his best friend and first mate, Daryan Dvani, in the glass before him. He briefly looked at him over his shoulder as he slid his hands into the pockets of his form-fitting, one-piece, military uniform. “It’s not every day that a masculine meets his lifemate,” he answered, his deep baritone voice tinged with sarcasm.

Daryan grunted in agreement.

It was the wish of Anansi’s abbaa (father) and the ruling council that Anansi and Giiftiin (Princess) Oduda Diasi of the planet Kordi meet and spend some time together before the official announcement of their cidha (wedding). They wanted the pretense of it being anything but what it was…an arranged union. Oduda was scheduled to arrive at Erised tomorrow.

Daryan bit back a smile. “I wouldn’t mind having Giiftiin Oduda as my lifemate. She’s beautiful, rich, powerful and sexy as can be. Uh…no disrespect.”

Anansi smiled slightly at his friend. “None taken. She’s all that you said and more. But if I had a choice, she wouldn’t be my lifemate.”

“But you are, aren’t you?” Daryan asked, his tone as resigned as his friend felt.

Anansi eyes focused on an urjii (star) shooting above the ship. “The gaa’ila (marriage) will ensure the signing of the peace treaty ending the war between the Kordis and the Empaths, securing the freedom of the Empath’s gabras (slaves),” he said, before releasing a sigh heavy with the weight of his obligations. “There’s been enough senseless killing over something as immutable as race. Yes, yes, she will be my lifemate.”

They lapsed into silence.

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EXCERPT: LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS (Prologue and Chapter One)

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Excerpt of LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS by Niobia Bryant. ©2017. Published by Infinite Ink Presents… All rights reserved. May contain explicit language and sexual content. Translation of foreign words during their first use in the excerpt are in parentheses.

Prologue

Life is never quite what you expect it to be. It is a series of unexpected events that can send you spiraling through phases of glorious good or hellish bad. Turned on your head. Pleasantly reclined on your back. Begging on your hands and knees. Standing resilient on your feet. Knocked flat on your behind.

One solitary tear raced down the beautiful mocha face of Aja Drakar. She didn’t dare raise her hand to swipe it away because more would follow. In the darkness, she felt the steady trickle of that lone tear, up until it dropped from the edge of her oval face so similar to her da’ee’s (mother’s). The high cheekbones, the feline eyes a startling shade of honey, the pale metallic gold moles on her chin and on her forehead that were characteristic of her people. Full lips that used to be ready to smile in a second and brown streaked hair flowed in soft waves nearly to her waist. All of it was a reflection of her.

Another tear fell.

Aja closed her eyes and fought back the instinct to release a deep guttural moan as a wave of pain radiated across her chest. Sorrow. It now ran so deep that she wondered if there was ever a moment she had truly been happy. Her people had suffered. Wounded. Dead. Enslaved.

She never expected there would be a race war.
She never expected there would be such violence and death.
She never thought she’d feel her Empath powers fade.
She never thought she’d lose her entire family.
She never thought she’d lose her freedom.
Life is never quite what you expect it to be.

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