Sheriff Bill Ashton’s life is good, quiet, until the bodies of five women are discovered in the remote foothills and all hell breaks loose. Then another woman disappears, leaving her estranged sister’s stolen car and half a million in cash behind as their only clues.
Air Force Captain Arden Jones hasn’t spoken to her sister in years, but Samantha’s disappearance galvanizes her, sending her to small-town America in search of the black sheep of the family.
Thrown together by circumstance, Bill and Arden explore Samantha’s disappearance and her probable connection to the murdered women. Neither expects, nor welcomes, the attraction that surges between them, or the fact that setting aside long-held beliefs may be the only way to stop a madman bent on creating the perfect woman, the one true goddess central to the Wiccan religion, Diana.
Despite their psychic connection, Siobhan McKenna once pushed Clay Salazar away and married another man. Better to break Clay’s heart than to be responsible for his death, as her family curse threatens any man she loves. But now widowed Siobhan faces trouble on her ranch. Clay, a Navajo-trained horse gentler, insists he’s the one to help her run the place and stop the attacks. With their special connection severed, she thinks his life should be safe… or will the McKenna curse claim another victim?
The family curse prevented Tiernan McKenna from finding love, but it can’t stop him from rescuing Ella Thunder. Having seen her shaman father burned to death when evil stalked his clan, Ella is fearful of using the power her Lakota father taught her, even as evil begins to spread again. Tiernan insists on helping Ella despite his attraction to her. Acting upon what he feels seems so incredibly right, but will the curse claim her?
A driven female cop teams up with an irresistible ex-con to bring a killer to justice.
Chicago homicide detective Camille Martell is obsessed with tracking down “Angel,” a sexual predator who has killed his victims—even after her off-the-books investigation leads to her suspension. But when her attempt to contact Angel online puts her teenage neighbor in mortal danger, Camille is overwhelmed with guilt. She needs help—even if it comes from the one man who’d been a weekend obsession she’d vowed to forget. After serving time for hitting a prosecutor who wasn’t doing his job, Drago Nance, now a private investigator, doesn’t trust the justice system. Nothing will change that, not even the weekend with Camille burned into his memory. But he can’t ignore the need in Camille’s eyes, nor the innocent young girl whose life is on the line. He agrees to help, but he makes Camille play by his rules and finds that his obsession with her is as strong as his need to stop the predator from killing again.
Christian is the wrong man for Beth to love. Everything about him is forbidden. If he loved her, it would be a crime. If she loved him, she would be overlooking a hundred lies.
She knew when she woke up on a beach in Mexico after years of battling heart disease, that he had risked everything to save her. The past always catches up to him. Hunted, he must change his name and change his face, as if he never even existed.
It was supposed to be paradise….
Ivy MacLeod has the perfect opportunity to test her advanced remote sensing technology: mapping a World War II battle site in the islands of Palau. The project is more than an all-expenses-paid trip to paradise. It’s also an opportunity to distance her reputation from her traitorous ex-husband.
But foreign intelligence agencies will kill to possess her invention, and paradise turns deadly when her ex-husband’s vicious allies attack. In desperation, she turns to Air Force pilot Jack Keaton. But is he the bigger threat? Jack might be protecting her as he claims…or he could be a foreign agent. Her compass is skewed by his magnetic pull and further thrown off when she learns her own government has betrayed her.
Stranded on a tropical island with a man whose motives remain a mystery, Ivy must decide who is the spy, who is the protector, and who is the ultimate villain. She longs to trust the man who rescued her, but she’s risking more than her heart. Choose right, and she saves her country’s secrets—and her life. Choose wrong—and she risks nothing short of all-out war.
When a woman contacts Grayce Walters to find her missing daughter, Grayce races to save the veteran before the escalating danger explodes. But if she manages to escape the threat, will she find the courage to commit to the fiery passion that awaits her in arson investigator Ewan Davis’s arms?
Marine veteran Maddy Jeffers never expected her most demanding mission would come off the battlefield. Ordered to infiltrate a Seattle terrorist cell, she must pose as wife to Major Hunter Hines. The role feels all too real when she falls for the rugged, macho Marine. As danger heats up, they must walk a narrow path between passion and survival.
The sound of a civil defense siren blares in an Eastern Saudi Arabian city, and sisters Sara and Malak awaken to a terrifying new world. After days of strange, foreboding behavior from animals, the girls find themselves in a nightmare, separated from their parents. They join with their best friends, May and Reama, and all four girls band together to try and find their families as the city around them falls into chaos as the undead rise and attack the living.
While the girls try to avoid formidable zombies made unpredictably more aggressive by the Arabian sun than any in fiction, they are joined by Rakan, Sara’s coworker, and his cousin. The group quickly discovers that suspicion between them causes friction. Still, they push on, hoping to survive long enough to meet their families in a safe zone. To make matters worse, some members of the group exhibit strange behavior and others are not who they seem.
As the girls battle to survive, they also fight to keep their sense of self as young Saudi women in all the different identities they represent.
Will the girls be able to maintain their identities and their trust in themselves despite their struggle for survival? Can the group stay together long enough to reach a safe zone? Will the girls’ suspicions prove to true or end up ruining their only chances to find their parents?