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Five years ago, Liam and his girlfriend, Charlotte Greyson, were deeply in love. When a betrayal eviscerates them both, each clings to their separate truths as an anchor to navigate the perfect storm.
But when the biggest ego in the band reconnects with the only woman who stole his heart, sparks fly in this sequel that asks whether you can believe in the impossible without sacrificing every ideal you hold – in order to find a love bigger than you ever imagined.
In this action thriller Kamal Pashwari, a billionaire from the Middle East decides the United States needs to be taught a lesson for his sons death in a military encounter.
He finds an ingenious way to steal and smuggle an old Russian suitcase nuclear weapon into the U.S. with an unknown target.
Russia is terrified it will be blamed, and sends their top agent Natasha Karpov to team up with Matt Peterson, an up and coming CIA analyst to track the bomb’s path to the U.S. and try and locate the weapon before the impending disaster.
Abby left Olympus behind for the only thing she ever wanted: freedom. Things are going great until one colossal misstep lands her right back into Olympus politics and under the steely-eyed glare of Zeus. To make up for it, Zeus demands she make a love match between two people of his choice.
Easy peasy for the Goddess of Love, right?
Abby stumbles into an ex-lover, a dead demi-god, and the realization that a crucial relic has been stolen right out from underneath Zeus’ nose. Between the gods breathing down her neck and fighting an attraction between two woefully wrong men, Abby will have to keep her wits about her so she can solve this mess and get back to her comfortable life and expensive cappuccino machine.
Unfortunately for Abby, things are never easy when the gods get involved.
As the child of a Mexican father and a Cherokee mother, Goldenstar Mendoza has known the stigma of being called “Half-breed” since childhood. As an adult, selling her parents’ stock of homemade commodities in 1861 San Francisco, she has dealt with being shunned by women; and with being intimidated and harassed by men.
This is very apparent with Franklin Bower, a wealthy rancher who has set his sights on installing Star at his Condor Ranch. He wants her, and he doesn’t care how he gets her.
While Star has detractors, she also has defenders: close friend Frances Goddard, and her brother, William, sheriff of San Francisco. Also a new friend, Sarah Coleman, governess for five-year-old Rob Yancey and housekeeper for his widowed father, Matthew.
Kaira has struggled to survive, both through tragedy and the dark world in which she works, but she could never have expected the changes that were around the corner. She could never have imagined the hidden world that was her birthright, but she was about to be thrust into a battle for her very soul.
From USA Today bestselling author Jillian Dodd comes the first book in the addictive Keatyn Chronicles series. Discover a breathless fairy-tale romance with swoon-worthy characters, suspense, and a glittering celebrity world. Fans of Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, and reality TV shows like Keeping up with the Kardashians will devour this pulse-pounding, sexy teen drama set against the backdrop of Hollywood and an East Coast boarding school.
Keatyn has everything she ever dreamed. Her life is following the script she wrote for the perfect high school experience. She’s popular, goes to the best parties, dates the hottest guy, and sits at the most-coveted lunch table.
She’s just not sure she wants it anymore.
Thorn’s parents died the day he was born, run off the road by a drunk driver on their way back from the hospital. The baby lived, the offender beat the rap, and both went on with their lives—until nineteen years later, when Thorn took revenge, hunting down his parents’ killer and taking his life in a vain attempt to bring back those who had been lost.
Two decades later, Thorn remains scarred by his crime. He lives in Key West, selling fishing flies and keeping an eye on Kate Truman, the woman who adopted him. But now he has lost her, too, to a pair of brutal murderers whom the police have no hope of tracking down. Thorn knows the Keys, and he will find them—but before he can take revenge, he must confront the horror of the first time he killed.
He had been looking for it his whole life. When he finally found it, it made no sense.
Now everyone wants it. Nothing will ever be the same again.
Ripley Gaines, a brilliant archeologist, has spent his life searching for an elusive artifact to prove his controversial theory. What he finds shocks even him. The discovery rewrites human history and promises to change the planet’s future. It has to be suppressed. The most powerful forces in the world align against him, and a deadly competition for the artifact ensues. Capturing Gaines is not enough; he, and everyone who has seen the artifact must be killed. His only hope, is to stay alive long enough to decode the Cosega Sequence.
In a life or death situation, a police officer has milliseconds to make a decision that will affect the rest of his life. The flash of a gun forces Officer John Drake to make such a decision. Not only is the suspect killed, but a fellow officer is mortally wounded. Before the internal investigation can ramp up into high gear, the “Monday morning quarterbacking” starts from the press. Was the officer accidentally killed by Drake? Should he be charged with killing another officer? Politics skew the investigation and damn Drake, forcing him to take unorthodox action. The realistic fast-paced scenario follows what an officer experiences when lethal force is used.
Welcome to Layton, Alabama. Population 11,000. Where the sweet tea runs through our veins, the air smells of cobbler, and the secrets lie so deep that not even the confessionals are safe anymore.
Our community was tight-knit, friendly, and comprised of God-fearing Christians, many of whom attended Sunday services at Brier Ridge Southern Baptist Church. That is, until Avery Dawson appeared.
My name is Sunny Gardner, born and raised in Layton. I loved our small, quiet town. And then, one day, a man came into town and upended everything that I held dear to me. Shattered my life, really.
This is my story. A story of struggle and triumph and, ultimately, how I saved myself and my community from the devil himself.
Indulge in Book One of Lissa Matthews’ Lone Star Sweets, a steamy, brand new, Texas-sized contemporary romance series, where lust sparks between a hot headed cowboy and a passionate, curvy older woman.
Raised to be a rancher and filled from boots to hat with stubborn determination, Jackson Dawson has chosen a career path no one saw coming. Cupcake baker.
The hitch in his plan? His equally stubborn, former pastry instructor Cass, who cautioned him even as she stole his heart.
Cass is willing to yield, but will Jackson bend, in this battle of wills where sugar and spice make everything naughty and oh so nice?
Her eyes … His camera … Will secrets keep them from a second chance at love?
Seventeen years ago, New York photographer Carson Brandt turned model Eva Channing into a household name. Now that they’ve crossed paths unexpectedly, he’s determined to discover why she vanished without a word – and what part the teenager who bears a striking resemblance to Carson played in her disappearance.
A bride-to-be falls in love-with another man-in this heartfelt novel that perfectly captures the tender beginnings of love in bloom
Winnifred Gardner, engaged to be married in only three short months, is provided a dress rehearsal of sorts when she is asked to be the maid of honor at her best friend’s wedding. Winnifred loves her fiancé, Paul, so why is she so attracted to Joseph Duggan, the best man? When Paul leaves the wedding reception early, Winn is left to dance with Joseph, and the attraction between the two is undeniable. As Paul spends more and more time at work rather than with Winn, he doesn’t even notice when she begins to question their relationship. Winn is left to deal with the fact that she wants to get married–but to Joseph, not Paul.