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Can a Bear and a Wolf save a city?

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When hope runs out, sometimes fate sends a hero.

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Three couples, one question: Will they chose love or money?

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With so many secrets to unravel, will Lance and Morgan find him before itís too late?

Recent Reviews

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"A fantasy journey filled with danger and love"
The Night House
by J.C. McKenzie
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted March 22, 2019

Taya is camping with some girlfriends when a strange blue cloud suddenly engulfs them, and there is nothing left of her friends but ashes. What Read more...

"A sassy and sexy sports romance!"
by Alexa Martin
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted March 21, 2019

Single mother Poppy Patterson has always done whatever was necessary to make sure her son, Ace, is happy and thriving. Even if that meant moving Read more...

"A warm, beautiful story about family, friendship, and love."
The Cliff House
by RaeAnne Thayne
Reviewed by Bharti C
Posted March 21, 2019

I've never read books by RaeAnne Thayne before, but I've heard a lot of good reviews of her work. When I spotted Read more...

"An emotional read that is sure to tug at your heart..."
All the Walls of Belfast
by Sarah J. Carlson
Reviewed by Patti Loveday
Posted March 21, 2019

ALL THE WALLS OF BELFAST by Sarah Carlson is a captivating contemporary young adult novel that shows no Read more...

"Will Ted finally find redemption?"
Redemption Point
by Candice Fox
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted March 21, 2019

Two young bartenders are found dead in the Barking Fog Inn and it's up to Crimson Lake's most notorious private detectives to take Read more...

"Was it self-defense or something else?"
Beautiful Bad
by Annie Ward
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 21, 2019

Maddie was a blogger working overseas while her best friend Jo was also working helping women and their families. Even though they didn't live Read more...

"Cotton Malone is on the hunt for a document that could change history..."
The Malta Exchange
by Steve Berry
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted March 21, 2019

Ex-Justice Department operative, Cotton Malone has traveled to Lake Como, Italy in the hunt for some legendary letters between Winston Churchill and Benito Mussolini Read more...

"An erotic and edgy beginning to a trilogy..."
The Bastard
by Lisa Renee Jones
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted March 21, 2019

Eric Mitchell had only lived with his father, Jeff Kingstown, after his mother's suicide, but being the bastard son to a real bastard has Read more...

"If you can't trust your child with your best friend, then whom can you trust?"
Her One Mistake
by Heidi Perks
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted March 21, 2019

I love these psychological thrillers that leave you with your heart in your throat giving you that panic feeling. They come from the very best Read more...

"Can they see through the lies and doubt?"
The Princess
by Lisa Renee Jones
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted March 21, 2019

Secrets, lies, twists and turns fill the pages as the Filthy Trilogy continues with Read more...

"A breath-stealing, heart-pounding finale..."
The Empire
by Lisa Renee Jones
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted March 21, 2019

While trying to decipher all the messages, warnings and threats Harper Evans and Eric Mitchell continue to try to learn each other while keeping each Read more...

"Heart-stopping action as a computer analyst needs witness protection"
Amish Hideout
by Maggie K. Black
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted March 21, 2019

If you remember the film The Witness with Harrison Ford, AMISH HIDEOUT has a similar with a very Read more...

"A heartbreaking story about a young girl's experiences in 1940s America..."
The Last Year of the War
by Susan Meissner
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted March 21, 2019

Elise Sontag's life changes drastically in 1943 is sent, together with her family to an internment camp in Texas. Her father, who has been Read more...

"From friend to guardian - but can she be a wife?"
The Marriage Bargain
by Stephanie Dees
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted March 21, 2019

Red Hill Springs, Alabama is the setting for this emotional look at a family in trouble. Cameron Quinn has come back to town after his Read more...

"The fourth book delights in this top-notch urban fantasy series!"
Circle of the Moon
by Faith Hunter
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted March 21, 2019

PsyLED Unit Eighteen Senior Agent Rick LaFleur has a problem and it is going to take the whole team to solve it. He's woken Read more...

"Another thrilling addition to a great suspenseful series!"
The Last Second
by Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted March 21, 2019

A missing friend leads Agents Drummond and Caine to a woman looking to change the world and the Holy Grail. While on vacation in Europe Read more...

"Can this family make it out alive?"
One Fatal Mistake
by Tom Hunt
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 21, 2019

Who knew one night would change a whole family? Joshua is with his dad Ted; just a normal night hitting golf balls, but what happened Read more...

"Don't judge someone because of their family..."
Even If I Fall
by Abigail Johnson
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 21, 2019

Brooke's dream was to be a competitive ice skater. She practices whenever possible and she has been working at an ice rink so she Read more...

"A perplexing tale of vicious murders and many possible perpetuators!"
Who Slays the Wicked
by C.S. Harris
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted March 21, 2019

Called to the scene of a vicious crime by Bow Street Magistrate Sir Henry Lovejoy, Sebastian St. Cyr (Lord Devlin) is not surprised that someone Read more...

"Rotten politics, police coverups and a suspenseful search for a ruthless killer!"
The Man With No Face
by Peter May
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted March 21, 2019

It is a bleak looking day in Scotland, like every other winter day in 1979, to 35-year-old investigative reporter Neil Bannerman. Journalists are Read more...

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