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The Woman He Used to Know (affiliate link)
Mistakes, Regrets, and Murder
Denver homicide detective Nick Ryan and Elizabeth Harper have a history of passionate mistakes and broken trust. They haven’t seen each other in five years after she married a man he despised. Now, her husband is dead, and the evidence points to her as the killer.
The woman Nick used to know wouldn’t have killed anyone. But she’s the prime suspect and has many reasons to want her husband dead. Hasty decisions have brought Nick and Elizabeth to a strange and bloody crossroads. He’s worried his feelings for her will help her get away with murder, and she’s worried they’ll land her in prison.
Am I Dead? (Psychological Thriller Series Book 2) (affiliate link)
Is James Quinn dead? If not, where is he? Heaven, hell, or somewhere else?
At long last, the long awaited sequel to ‘Who Stole My Life?’ has arrived! (Note: ‘Who Stole My Life’ was previously published as ‘London 2012 What If?’, and is now FREE on Amazon to download.)
A gripping psychological page turner you won’t be able to put down, ‘Am I Dead?’ will have you racing through the pages to find out what happens next! For anyone who likes psychological thrillers – such as those by Mark Edwards, Rachel Abbott, K.L. Slater, William Rose – but who are now looking for something fresh and new, with a thrilling twist.
For those of you who have read ‘Who Stole My Life?’, ‘Am I Dead?’ continues with James Quinn and his search for his missing family, his stolen life, and answers to a myriad of questions.
Where has the entire population of London disappeared to?
Yesterday’s Echo: A Novel (The Rick Cahill Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
A dishonored ex-cop’s desperate chance for redemption
While never convicted of his wife’s murder, Rick was never exonerated either. Not by the police. Not by the media. Not even by himself. Eight years later, police suspicion and his own guilt remain over his responsibility in his wife’s death.
When he meets Melody Malana, a beautiful yet secretive TV reporter, he sees a chance to love again. When she is arrested for murder and asks Rick for help, the former cop says no, but the rest of him says yes and he grasps at a chance for love and redemption.
Rick’s attempt to help turns terribly wrong, and he, too, becomes a suspect in the murder and the target of a police manhunt. On the run, Rick encounters desperate people who will kill to keep their pasts buried.
Before Rick can save himself and bring down a murderer, he must confront the truth about his own past and untangle his feeling for a woman he can never fully trust.
Callie: Women of Valley View, Book 1 (Ladies of Garfield) (affiliate link)
She can’t escape the mistakes of her past
A baby is dead and Callie Stillman blames herself. Haunted by memories of a tiny coffin, Callie can’t understand how God could expect her to put her heart on the line a second time. But the evasive little girl in her Sunday school class is so obviously in trouble that Callie finds her resolve cracking.
They can’t trust
Iris and Samantha Evans are living on borrowed time. Deserted, orphaned, betrayed, and deceived, they need rescuing in the worst way.
He’s praying for a miracle
Steve Evans had his life changed by God. A reformed drug addict, he’s searching for the family he abandoned ten years ago.
Miss Viola Hartwell has one mission: ensure the Omega Property Rights Act becomes law. However, as an omega she is prohibited from participating in politics. Viola refuses to let her dynamic stand in her way and makes the risky decision to masquerade as her alpha twin sister. All she needs to do now is convince the reclusive Duke of Orley to support her cause.
In another part of town, Syon, Duke of Orley, has chosen the widowed Countess of Kellingham as his future bride in a marriage of convenience. But the omega widow refuses to meet any alphas. When the duke’s beautiful new secretary offers a unique solution to his problem, he accepts.
What begins as a simple exchange of votes for a bride becomes a dangerous game of illicit desire and temptation.
Kiss Now, Lie Later (Rival Love Book 1) (affiliate link)
One boy. One girl. Two feuding towns.
I’ve heard a lot of things about Weston Cole. He’s popular. Conceited. Obnoxious. Most importantly, he’s spent the past three years steadily dismantling my family’s football legacy. I should hate him. And I did. Until I encountered him freshman year and discovered he’s also troubled. Captivating. Considerate. When our paths cross again senior year, that knowledge becomes even more dangerous than his suggestive smirk. Hating him was easy. Before I met him.
No girl in Glenmont is more untouchable than Maeve Stevens. She lives across enemy lines. Her father is Glenmont’s head football coach. Her twin brother is their quarterback. My latest problem? One conversation with Maeve makes me forget about the decades long rivalry between our two towns. Makes me forget there’s a team of guys relying on me to lead them to victory against our main rival. A few forbidden kisses, and there’s only one thing I want to fight for. Her.
Are you seeing number sequences like 11:11 and 4:44 everywhere you turn?
If you always see the same numbers repeated – from license plates to receipts and digital clocks – it could be your angels sending you a message.
Angels are divine messengers who have existed in some form in almost every religion and culture since the dawn of time. In this digital age, they are finding new ways to remind you of your higher truth. Best-selling angel author Kyle Gray explains exactly what your angels are trying to tell you through these repeated sequences, from numbers 0 through 999 and popular digital clock combinations like 1:23, 21:12, 22:22, and 5:55.
Whenever you need guidance from your angels, simply ask. Know that your angels are always listening and looking for an opportunity to send you a reminder that they are near.
Old sins have long shadows ~ Italian Proverb
Giulia Tofana never wanted to be a nun, but she is determined to atone for her past misdeeds by making her new monastery a success.
When an unexpected disaster closes the convent, Giulia is forced to turn to her old friend Fabio Pasello for help. Giulia still has intense feelings for Fabio and Fabio’s passion for her has never diminished.
But they are not the same people they were before. Giulia has taken her vows, and Fabio is apprenticed to Gianlorenzo Bernini the famous sculptor, and has become one of Bernini’s rakish libertines. They could not be further apart.
To add to their problems, Giulia cannot escape her reputation as a poisoner, and is soon embroiled in a plot against Fabio’s patron, Pope Urban VIII. Faced with the idea of murder, will Giulia renounce her vows or embrace them?
Tess and Orla have been best friends throughout most of their adult lives. So when life gave them lemons and their loved ones let them down, they pooled their resources and bought a dressmakers shop on the corner of Penny Lane. And they’ve been doing just fine ever since.
But one day, while studying her tired eyes and shapeless figure in the mirror, sixty-two-year-old Tess realised that she doesn’t want her life to be just fine anymore. She wants it to be extraordinary. For as long as she can remember she’s put everyone else first. Now she wants to rediscover herself – and experience the kind of whirlwind adventure that will have the power make her smile when she’s confined to the armchair of a retirement home.
With the encouragement of fun-loving and quirky Orla, Tess joins an over-the-hill dating agency and the two friends book a singles cruise around the Mediterranean. And that’s when their adventure of a lifetime really begins…
On the Inside (affiliate link)
She didn’t know what she stood to lose – until hope was all she had left.
Kristen was living the dream – a loving husband, adorable children, a successful career. Why hadn’t it been enough? She’s had a lot of time to ponder the answer – behind bars.
It was a little fudging of the numbers, just once to cover some unpaid bills. Somehow, she wound up a convicted white-collar criminal, sentenced to a women’s prison full of drug dealers and murderers, enduring days of mind-numbing tedium punctuated by moments of harrowing violence. A place where respect is earned with one’s fists.
Yet within these walls, random acts of kindness occur, friendships form, and people fall in love. Letters from her sister-in-law keep Kristen connected to the family she’s lost. They give her hope that someday she might be given a second chance. But first, she must face the personal demons lurking in the shadows of her soul – and find a way to forgive herself.
Frenched (Mia and Lucas) (affiliate link)
When I got jilted by my unfaithful fiancé a week before the wedding, my plans involved nothing more than ice cream, a blanket fort, and a bonfire of his possessions.
But my friends convince me that bitter tastes better when it’s drowned in Bordeaux, so I embark on the Parisian honeymoon by myself. However, the City of Light isn’t remotely charming or romantic when you’re alone at a table for two, so all I want to do is go home again.
Then I meet Lucas Fournier.
The gorgeous French-American bartender offers to play tour guide, confident that if I give him just one day, he can make me fall in love with the city.
Turns out he’s right, but Paris isn’t the only reason I’m swept off my feet.
Over the next twenty-four hours, Lucas shows me things I’ve never seen before (and I’m not talking about the Louvre). He’s sexy and funny and smart–and I find myself wondering…
Is it just the seduction of Paris? Or could this be the real thing?