Old Miss Edwards is a mysterious woman who doesn't speak of her past, yet whatever lies behind her haunts her dreams. The truth lies buried in a journal, going back over fifty years. Will long kept... More > secrets about murder and betrayal ever be brought to light?
Clara Wayne never expected to love the old woman she worked for, but when Camille Edwards dies and leaves behind no will, the greif stricken housekeeper enbarks on a journey to discover the truth. What she finds will change her life forever.< Less
Fiona Moore had everthing she could want, money, fame, success, love, family...But when she lost it all, more than her lifestyle was gone. She lost herself too.
Afraid she was going insane, the... More > alcoholic singer checked herself into a clinic for treatment and help, but would it come in time? Or would the secrets she buried deep in her mind destroy her when they were finally brought to light?< Less
Jack Lantern found himself shipwrecked on an island in the middle of the vast sea, alone and without hope of rescue. He had to learn to survive, hunting for his own food, making his own weapons, and... More > avoiding the detection of the natives already inhabiting his new home. Would he adapt well enough to not only survive, but to make a new life on dry land?< Less
Red’s guns appeared in his hands without seeming to have moved and twin bullets hammered into Ludlow before he could even pull the pistol from his holster. Hitching up on his toes, the man took... More > two steps forward before pitching forward on his face and lying still. Coolly Red fed shells into the empty chambers and flipped the cylinder closed. Dropping the guns back into their holsters he turned on his heel and walked away without a backward glance.
Red Rivers lived by the gun and he was faster than a flash of lightning, but he wanted to live in peace. Could he ever find a life away from killing and guns? If he lived through the next few weeks, he'd have a chance, and for that he would risk it all.< Less
“Where did you come from?” he snapped quietly.
“I hardly think this is the time!” I hissed back. “I heard the shots and saw you pinned down.”
“I was not... More > ‘pinned down’!” he retorted quietly, pulling me back into the shelter of the boulders.
“So you knew that brave was sneaking up on you?” I gestured to where I’d made my first shot and he scowled again.
“No, I reckon I owe you for that,”
“We can discuss life favors later.” I whispered. It was far too quiet out there for my liking. “My cabin is over that rise, tucked in the valley, and if we can make it we’ll be safe,”
“Can you ride?” he asked, noting my limp.
“Can you shoot?” I retorted.
He cracked a dry grin and gestured to the horses.
“After you ma’am, I’ll keep you covered.”< Less