SAY YOU LOVE ME
by Willow Rose
What would you do if your brother was accused of a horrible crime, and you were certain he didn’t do it? Life is not done throwing Eva Rae Thomas curveballs.
A phone call turns her life upside down – once again. The call is from her father, the man she hasn’t seen in thirty-six years, not since he kidnapped her sister in a supermarket. Now, he is back in Florida, and he needs her help. Her younger brother – who she didn’t know existed – has been arrested on Amelia Island.
(Eva Rae Thomas Mysteries)
by Linwood Barclay
“Fans of the crime caper will rejoice” that Linwood Barclay is back with the hilarious follow-up to his “riotously funny and irreverent”* debut, in which paranoid pop Zack Walker plotted to transplant his city-savvy wife and two teenage kids to the tranquillity of the burbs–where planned communities prevail and fathers rest easy. Well, not quite…and now the Walkers have moved home only to find themselves living in the precarious crosshairs of urban sprawl once again, and Zack can’t help but be worried–really worried–that just around the corner lurks the presence of some really bad guys.
(Zack Walker Mysteries)
A Relative Invasion Trilogy
by Rosalind Minett
1937 London. With WWII on the horizon, the Wilson cousins meet and trouble begins. Well-meaning Billy is no match for talented but devious Kenneth, who begins his invasion of Billy’s life. As the Wilson boys jockey for adult approval Kenneth’s porcelain looks and sweet manners blind the adults to his psychological bullying…
When war begins, evacuation follows. At first, it’s only Billy who goes while Kenneth takes over his school-friends. Billy finds emotional support in his foster home, despite its hardships…
100 Days in Deadland
by Rachel Aukes
In one day, the world fell to a pestilence that decimated the living. In their place rose a new species: vicious, gruesome, wandering zombies with an insatiable hunger for the living.
Cash has watched her friends die, only to walk again as monsters. An office worker with few survival skills, when the zombies arrive, she joins up with Clutch, a grizzled Army veteran with PTSD. Together, they flee the city, with nothing but Clutch’s military experience and Cash’s determination to live. As they fight to survive in the zombie inferno, they soon discover that nowhere is safe from the dead…or the living.
The Panther and The Pearl
by Doreen Owens Malek
The American Beauty: When an innocent excursion to Constantinople took an unexpected twist, Sarah Woolcott found herself a prisoner in the harem of young and virile Kalid Shah. Headstrong and courageous, Sarah was determined to resist the handsome foreigner whose arrogance outraged her–even as his tantalizing touch promised exotic nights of fiery sensuality.
The Turkish Prince: Never had he encountered a woman who inflamed his desire like the blonde Westerner with the independent spirit. Although she spurned his passionate overtures, Kalid vowed to tempt her with his masterful skills until she became a willing companion on their journey of exquisite ecstasy!
by Mark Gimenez
Former Green Beret Colonel Ben Brice drowns memories of Vietnam in oceans of Jim Beam. The war took everything from Ben – his wife, his son, his dreams – and now it threatens to take his ten-year-old granddaughter, Gracie, when she’s abducted after a soccer game. Ben can’t let that happen.
He puts down the bottle and goes in search of Gracie – and discovers dark family secrets and meaning to his life.
A Promise of Forever
by Lorhainne Eckhart
Sheriff Blake Gatlin has moved to rural Montana for a fresh start, but when he meets Brandyne, a single mom of five struggling to make ends meet he is determined to be the only man around helping her out.
But Brandyne is determined to stand on her own two feet very aware that Blake isn’t jumping in for a ready-made family. But when Brandyne’s past comes knocking she is forced to decide between love and what is right for her children.
(Married in Montana)