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Genre(s): Romance | Historical Romance
London Heiress kidnapped by the Marquess of Ashlund, read the headlines. Yet no one tried to save her.
Phoebe Wallington was seven years old when a mass assassination attempt rocked Regency England. Her father was the only accused traitor to elude capture. Now as a grown woman and a British spy, she is no closer to learning what really happened that day.
Phoebe’s quest for the truth takes a sudden turn when she’s kidnapped by suspected traitor Kiernan MacGregor, the Marquess of Ashlund. However, Kiernan may not live long enough to stand trial. Someone wants him dead…and Phoebe stands in the killer’s way. Kiernan knows only one thing will keep her out of the killer’s reach. Marriage to the Marquess of Ashlund.
All books in the Highland Lords series are stand alone.
This is the second edition of My Highland Lord. This edition was professionally edited and rechecked by a top editor in the industry.
Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Crime Fiction
In post war Europe Arthur Murray hunted Nazis. In post war America Arthur is home from the war, working as an insurance investigator in Manhattan. It’s the era of the space program and rockets that will one day carry us to the moon. The scientists working on the Redstone project include Germans who worked on the V2 program at places like Peenemunde; one of them is targeted for abduction by the Israelis and Arthur finds himself caught between opposing forces. For him it’s a journey back in time, but now it seems the Nazis are hunting him.
Genre(s): Coming of Age | Romance
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Broken, fragile, Leah never once expected she’d find the courage to stand up to her abusive boyfriend. But now, after being exposed to the monster inside of him, nursing her wounds from his frightening assault, she’s got no choice except to run.
The risks don’t matter. Jumping on a plane, flying across the country with no money, no clear plan, all she wants is to start over. She forces herself to make a promise: No more mistakes, no more getting hurt, no more dating.
Then she meets Deacon Day, and realizes how bad she is at keeping promises.
He’s clever, funny, too good to be true.
Too good for her.
Every time she grows weak, allows herself to try and let the charming southern boy in, he comes too close to glimpsing the wounded parts of her she doesn’t want to share with anybody.
Scared to be open, terrified of being rejected, can someone with a past as raw as her own, manage to let someone as selfless and pure as Deacon into her life?
And can she manage it without dragging him down into the darkness with her?
Letting You In is a drama filled 340+ page novel, told from both the point of view of Leah, as well as Deacon. Bound to pull at that deep spot inside all of us, this story dwells in the harshness of reality, the dark mistakes of the past, all while yearning for the promise of hope and triumph.
New Adult Contemporary Romance **Mature Content** Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual situations and language.
Genre(s): Religious Fiction | Mystery & Suspense
Liz McCran and Donnie Barnes travel to Cairo, Egypt, in search of Addie and Gary Wright, who were asked to deliver a mysterious envelope. Within days of their arrival, the couple has vanished. When Liz locates the Wright’s contact, Mr. Moustafa, she receives the first of several riddles.
Rayhan Shenouda, an Egyptian working at the American Embassy, agrees to help but his desire is to win Liz’s heart. Following his traditional customs, and much to her surprise, he proposes within days of their meeting.
Will the Wrights be found? Can Rayhan and Liz’s love withstand an inevitable collision of cultures and customs? Or will it all end at the hands of a nomad insurgent named Ahmad?
Genre(s): Literary Fiction | Historical Fiction
Brother and sister Jerry and Daisy Lou Malone leave behind their provincial Midwestern upbringing to test their mettle in the big, beckoning world of 1920s America. For Jerry, the future lies west, with like-minded pioneer souls keen to play the “land game” as homesteaders on the Great Plains. Daisy, in turn, heads for the lights and luxe life of New York City, hoping to sing her way to stardom.
But fate and failing fortunes reunite them in tiny Shelby, Montana–and draw them into the 1923 Dempsey-Gibbons World Heavyweight Championship, the faltering town’s grand scheme to save itself from economic ruin. And for a moment as fleeting and spectacular as Halley’s Comet, these American dreamers will savor the sweet taste of an extraordinary life.
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