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Psychiatrist Evelyn Talbot studies series killers... Her first mistake could be her last.


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Finding Mr. Right means never breaking bending the rules.


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Set in ancient Israel, DEBORAH RISING portrays the dramatic (and unlikely) rise of the first woman to lead a nation in recorded human history.


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To be with the man of her dreams, she’ll have to face her worst nightmares…


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Sometimes the only way through darkness is to return to where it began.


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Sometimes the end is just the beginning...


When You Were Mine
Rebecca Serle

In this intensely romantic, modern recounting of the greatest love story ever told, Romeo’s original intended—Juliet’s cousin Rosaline—tells her side of the tale.


May 2012
On Sale: May 1, 2012
Featuring: Rob; Rosaline
352 pages
ISBN: 1442433132
EAN: 9781442433137
Kindle: B005C74JA8
Hardcover / e-Book
$16.99
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Paperback (May 2012)

Young Adult

What’s in a name, Shakespeare? I’ll tell you: Everything.

Rosaline knows that she and Rob are destined to be together. Rose has been waiting for years for Rob to kiss her—and when he finally does, it’s perfect. But then Juliet moves back to town. Juliet, who used to be Rose’s best friend. Juliet, who now inexplicably hates her. Juliet, who is gorgeous, vindictive, and a little bit crazy...and who has set her sights on Rob. He doesn’t even stand a chance.

Rose is devastated over losing Rob to Juliet. This is not how the story was supposed to go. And when rumors start swirling about Juliet’s instability, her neediness, and her threats of suicide, Rose starts to fear not only for Rob’s heart, but also for his life. Because Shakespeare may have gotten the story wrong, but we all still know how it ends….

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