June 22nd, 2018
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THE FIRST TIME AT FIRELIGHT FALLS

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Just when things are getting back to normal in Booktown, Tricia and Angelica have their lives turned upside down...


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Brant Wylder has planned for every eventuality. Becoming a father wasn't on his list.


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A brand new spin-off from NY Times & USA Today bestselling romance series, The Billionaire's Obsession.


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In another life there was love and war. From it, a single sin haunts one man.



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Also by William Martin:

Cape Cod, June 2018
Mass Market Paperback
Back Bay, May 2018
Mass Market Paperback

Cape Cod
William Martin

Grand Central Publishing
June 2018
On Sale: May 29, 2018
848 pages
ISBN: 1538744686
EAN: 9781538744680
Kindle: B007HGOHEK
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Two families, both carried by the Mayflower across stormy seas... both destined to generations of proud leadership, shameful intrigue, and passion for the sandy crest of land that became their heritage... This is the story of the Bigelow and Hilyard clans, from their first years on America's shores, through the fury of her wars and the glory of her triumphs, to our own time when young Geoff Hilyard must fight to save both his marriage to a Bigelow heir and the windswept coast he loves. It is a struggle that will take him deep into the past, to a centuries-old feud that never died..And on a dangerous quest for a priceless relic of American history that has lain hidden in the Cape for over two hundred years.

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