Why should the young have all the fun?


Novels to beat the ageist stereotype.


Minuet and trio by Hilary Pugh
Smith Surprise by Ja'Nese Dixon
Uncovering Lily by Rene Webb
Lee's Lesson by D.F. Jones
The Middle-Aged Virgin by Olivia Spring
Living with Saci by M J Dees
The Naked Sommelier by Claire Doyle
Her Moment With The King by Alexandra Isobel
Race With The Devil by Layla Wolfe
The Voice Within by Roger Penfound
Unexpected meeting by Soya Nano
Never Too Late For Love by Danelle Harmon
Love's Fresh Start: A Novella by Jeanine Lauren
The Afterlife of Walter Augustus by Hannah Lynn
A Greek Village Waiting for God by Michael Saunders
Uber Diaries - Luke 1 by Barbi Cox
Santa by Emma Calin
Glad One: Crazy is a Relative Term by Margaret Lashley
The Confession by Pat Simmons
First Mates by Amy Pinkston
The Ex's Daddy by Victoria Snow
Tristan by Liz Gavin
The Widow by Lovelyn Bettison
The Romantic Prophecy by Tessa Andrews
Leave Me Breathless: Moonflower Collection by A.C. Williams
Falling for Him by Anne Conley