When there's nothing left, there's always faith.... Faith finally meets a man who is nothing like her overbearing friends and family. He's dangerous and ripped, and he doesn't treat her like a princess. He's trouble, and that's just what she's looking for. After a run-in with her father, Faith and Eddie abandon wintery Colorado for sunny California. They don't have money, but they have a Harley and a gun. Along the way Faith is forced to grow up and embrace the dangerous life that will get them to their destination.
Sugar is sweet, but so is revenge. All Lara Cavallo wants to do is make her bakery business, Cavallo's Cups & Cakes, a success, and be able to stop accepting alimony from her rotten, cheating ex-husband. But first she needs to find her clothes and escape the strange hotel room she wakes up in before she embarrasses herself any further in front the owner of that gorgeous naked keister she spots through the bathroom door. She needs to keep her mind on her cupcakes.
Bryan Lassiter never knew he had a son-until the day he sees little Trevor Corrigan in the grocery store. Those distinctive violet eyes, that hair, that birthmark. Remembering his own feelings about being adopted, this owner of BeefCake, Inc. and sometime exotic dancer craves the connection with the one person on the planet who shares his genes. Of course, Trevor's mom has pretty nice "jeans" as well, igniting a craving for a different kind of connection.
It's 1963, and Chief Riley Bennett knocks on Dody Canfield's door informing her that her husband died instantly when his car struck a telephone pole. Not wanting to raise her three children alone, it isn't long before she brings home Frank Billings; and he's moving in. Mama sends Missy to take her little brother, Billie, fishing as Missy reels in slowly - bubbles begin emerging - releasing secrets, deadly lies, and terror on the Canfield family.
"Suspenseful novel, excellently narrated"
Juliet Chambers only ever wanted one thing: to be Mrs. Tanner Wentworth. In love since they were kids, and with adjoining ranches and their parents as business partners, marriage for this beautiful couple was inevitable. But Juliet's deception, combined with the loss of a child, destroyed their chance at happiness.
A mysterious presence stalks the hallways of the Sky-King's palace, stealing dreams and condemning the king's dancers to a living death. The task of unraveling this mystery falls to young Aesva, the last living bearer of the Gift. But she is young; inexperienced; and the woman most able to assist her has already died.
Kittyhawk Gruff never wanted to compete with her sisters. It's not her fault she's good at everything from alien artifacts to hyperspace mechanics. She'd far rather be ordinary than deal with her family's resentment. But when a trans-dimensional entity lures her sisters into an archaeological death trap, Kittyhawk knows she will have to stop pretending and live up to her own potential.
"Excellent Narration Makes A Good Story Better"