By Michael Davis
The answers are buried in the secrets of the past.
Back Cover Blurb: The town of Tanglewood Falls offers breath-taking views, yet the serendipity is misleading. The impoverished people and their forgotten community have been unwittingly exploited. Their act of trust and blind consent alter their existence and the secret remains buried, until Ryan returns to explore his heritage.
For twenty years, he’s been haunted by confusing images and recurring dreams. He’s driven to understand their meaning, to obtain answers to his lost memories. Ryan’s search for truth collides with the folklore of the simple people and the belief that their beautiful Annie is blessed. Together, they unravel the mystery, but become targets of those responsible for what has happened to the town.
As the truth is exposed, Ryan must grapple with his own reality; the fact that his past, his nightmares, and Annie’s secret, is entangled in the desperate act of one lonely man.
By Jennifer Loy
What kind of treasure will you find on Rodeo Drive?
Back Cover Blurb: Starving artist, Tiffany Hunter, creates a new business as a Purchase Consultant, a gift saver for desperate, busy, hard-working, or just plain lazy men. Most have procrastinated to the last minute to buy gifts for their wives, mothers, sisters, daughters, even their fiancés. She gets a high from shopping, a rush from the lack of time, and finds pleasure in the women’s faces when she pretends to be the delivery person as she drops the gift off at their door.
Tiffany Hunter’s favorite place to shop is of course, Lauren & Co. on Rodeo Drive, where she meets the sharp-dressed jeweler, Nick Bennett. As Tiffany and Nick’s relationship heats up, two of their old flames return. As the summer temperature rises in Southern California, so does the anticipation of which path Tiffany will take. Follow Tiffany on her hilarious and surprising adventure.
Romeo’s Dead But Juliet Faked It
By Christine McKay
Paranormal Romantic Comedy
Convincing a jaded middle-aged woman that she’s still smoking hot is tough work, but turning her into a vampire hottie may get Jean Louis Lautrec staked. Again.
Back Cover Blurb:
While landscaping, Gretchen Parks, a descendent of a powerful witch queen, uncovers a vampire in her backyard. Time’s are tough and she filches treasure from his staked skeleton, unaware she’s just broken her ancestor’s curse. Once awake, suave Frenchman Jean sets his sights on Gretchen. His belle laide, beautiful ugly woman, is far from being a romantic. Convincing a jaded middle-aged woman that she’s still smoking is tough work, but turning her into a vampire hottie may get him staked. Toss in a coven of goddess-worshipping witches and a pack of supernatural wolves and watch this cheery town squirm like a chemical-soaked ant hill.
Can’t witches, goddesses, vampires, and townsfolk all get along? Apparently not in this memorable tale of how matches not made in Heaven sometimes work and why walking in the woods at night is ill-advised (unless you want to catch your neighbors dancing naked in the moonlight).
By Diana Stefano
One good cop. One bad cop. And a lover caught in the middle.
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Susanna Charles knows what she wants and his name was Ethan Stone. She dreamt of their life together - the perfect wedding, a happy marriage and a brood of children running at their feet. But when the love of her life, a decorated policeman, turns against her and leaves her holding more secrets than she can bear, she ends up in a cold courtroom reciting vows to another man she does not love.
As their paths continue to cross, she finds more answers than questions about Ethan’s odd behavior. Is he more interested in the corrupt underworld he works in, or is there something else keeping them apart? Susanna is desperate to find out, but there is one thing standing in her way; a husband who will do anything to stop her.
Suspicion of Love
By Candace Morehouse
A rich man with something to hide; a poor man with only his heart to give; a woman who wants it all – can love bring together the two who are destined to be intertwined for all time?
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At the turn of the century, society is undergoing massive change and Creighton Jacqueline Brooks is prepared to make changes of her own. After receiving inheriting a share in a London detective agency, Jacqueline jumps at the chance to forgo marriage and delve into an exciting career.
British solicitor and partner, Stephen Haversham, is none too keen on playing babysitter to the frumpy American. But after sharing close quarters with Jacqueline, and working with her on a high profile murder case, Stephen can’t deny his attraction for his intelligent and crafty partner.
After helping to get handsome Lord Derby acquitted of murder, Jacqueline must decide between her heart and her head – a choice for love between her poor partner or the wealthy aristocrat. Just when Jacqueline thinks the murder of Lord Derby’s dowager mother has been solved, however, an unexpected turn of events teaches her that not everything, nor everyone, is as it seems.
Way Of Tides
By Stephen J. Gordin
Fate plays a role in a Viet Nam vet’s life when a former lover returns.
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Laden Riley is a Viet Nam veteran from one of the small barrier islands off the South Carolina coast. Upon returning from the war, he resumes his life as a day laborer and fisherman. He lives with his mother and is relatively content with his world.
However, his mother develops breast cancer. While taking her for therapy, he meets a former lover who rekindles his hope for obtaining his one lifelong dream. Her presence reminds him of something his grandfather had taught him long ago: the tides may recede but always returns. That was, in fact, their way.
All these books sound great.