Miss Anna’s Frigate In the early months of 1809 a British frigate is trapped in the ice of the Baltic Sea. While Sweden’s war against Russia continues andStockholm itself is threatened by invasion, several groups plot against the unsuccessful king. Female spy and adventuress Anna Wetterstrand had hoped for a quiet winter together with her beloved Eric. But now the unforeseen events force her to question her loyalties and make a tough decision. Will she be able to save the king – and herself? Book Links Twitter Goodreads Smashwords Amazon Author Page On Amazon
Riduna (The Riduna Series) (Volume 1) Harriet, a good natured girl full of optimism and ‘joi de vivre’ grew up on the beautiful but isolated island of Riduna in the late nineteenth century, where the strict and traditional values of the island’s elders were forever challenged by the strangers who were now living among them. These included the Militia and the settlers on the island who had originally come to build the fortresses and the breakwater defences and also to provide services for the community such as doctors and teachers. As Harriet’s story unfolded, it wove through the lives of her close community. Her vulnerable innocence caused conflict, as her feelings towards her childhood best friend and defender Edward changed
Dandelions In The Garden Amara Borbala is certain she is the only living person in the sane world with intimate knowledge concerning the life and exploits of the Countess Elizabeth Bathory. After all, she was Elizabeth s companion and confidant since her eleventh year. In 1573, after the death of her mother, Amara is sent by her cousin to serve as a lady-in-waiting at the castles of Sarvar, Varanno, and Cachtice. Now it is years later, 1628, and Amara is aging, alone, and reduced to eavesdropping at her favorite café around the corner from her townhouse in Vienna. Befuddled by gossiping ladies, Amara determines perhaps it is time to finally put a stop to the rumors and once and for
The tallest falls east of Niagara, hidden in the wilderness of soaring mountains, impossible to get to except by foot, Heaven Falls plunges down a massive rock face, strikes a thick stone ledge and sprays out in powerful rainbow arcs into the seemingly bottomless lake far below. The health resort named after it is the most elite in the world. Billionaires, politicians, and celebrities flock to recuperate and pamper themselves at the beautiful facilities. But they also flock for another reason. “You CAN buy love,” states the glossy Heaven Falls brochure. “Don’t let anyone say that you can’t.” Heaven Falls offers something no other resort does: the thrill of a romantic interlude. Romance with a complete stranger – romance that
IDENTITY CRISIS introduces attorney Stephanie Ann “Sam” McRae. A simple domestic abuse case turns deadly when the alleged abuser is killed and Sam’s client disappears. When a friend asks Sam to find Melanie Hayes, the Maryland attorney is drawn into a complex case of murder and identity theft that has her running from the Mob, breaking into a strip club and forming a shaky alliance with an offbeat private investigator to discover the truth about Melanie and her ex-boyfriend. With her career and life on the line, Sam’s search takes her from the blue-collar Baltimore suburbs to the mansions of Gibson Island. Along the way, she learns that false identities can hide dark secrets, and those secrets can destroy lives.
To the outside world, Lizzie McGlynn’s father was a model citizen. To little Lizzie he was a violent and depraved monster. For years, Lizzie was raped and beaten by her father, whilst her alcoholic mother stood by, helpless. She eventually found the courage to report him and her father was imprisoned – but 12 weeks later he was allowed to return to the family home and continue his reign of terror. He seemed to be above the law. Battered and violated, Lizzie knew she had to stay alive to protect her two little brothers. She went on to escape her father’s evil clutches, but the physical and mental scars continued to haunt her. Then, as her father lay dying, she
A sober disinterest in relationships causes Bill Sherman, failing calendarist, to abandon dating for many years. When pressured into a dating event by his brother, Bill meets Amy and decides to attempt a relationship again. He learns quickly, however that Amy is two people: The inseperable Amy and Janine. These two women design to date Bill in tandem, both to his confusion and enjoyment. Bill soon discovers that this strange predicament is only the beginning of a much larger system of rules and interaction, and the relationship changes more when Bill realises that the two women happen to be each one half of an ancient, two-headed snake. Amy is the Alpha head and has subjugated her poison in an attempt
Tatterdemalion This is the amazing story of a man trapped in a mad, fantasy world that begins to change against his will. We are never quite sure whether he is in the real world or in the strange, surreal world that seems to have the power to take over his whole being at will. At times this book is hysterically funny and at other times it is incredibly moving. You will have to decide if it is the story of a madman trying to come to terms with the real, uncaring world or that of a caring, sane man in a world gone completely mad. Whatever answer you arrive at you will be certain that the author gives a brilliant