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Love runs wild for a mysterious cowboy and an Arizona hellcat in this Americana romance from the New York Times–bestselling author of Rivals.
It’s a Sonora, Arizona, sundown and Brandy Ames has one thought: Where’s a cowboy when you need one? Her skittish Arabian gelding turned tail and galloped off leaving Brandy lost in the desert. Then she sees the flicker of fire over the next rise and follows it straight to the camp of a cattle thief. Rugged and drop-dead gorgeous in weathered suede, Jim is a man of few words. There’s no time for small talk, anyway. An oncoming sandstorm is forcing them to take shelter for the night—in each other’s arms.
Brandy wasn’t exactly prepared for his kiss. Willing? Yes. But what was she thinking? Saddling up next to him, Brandy has no idea that Jim has a secret—one that’s going to make Brandy the envy of every girl she knows. And inflame the wrath of a few she doesn’t. It may have begun as a chance encounter in the desert, but it’s about to explode into the most public romance of the year. If Brandy can take the heat.
Dance Until Dawn
In the first book of this dark, sexy paranormal series, an unlikely girl becomes the one thing a vampire needs more than blood ...
A twenty-two-year-old dancer in London’s West End, Ellie Wakefield should be in the prime of her life. But now, she is no longer alive. And yet, she’s not quite dead.
Ellie has been turned into a fledgling vampire—despite her lifelong aversion to blood and her dread of the dark. And when she meets the powerful creature who changed her, she defies him as no other has ever dared ...
At three hundred years old, William Austen thought he was above such mortal feelings as love—until he saw Ellie. After a year of desiring her from afar, he was forced to bite her to rescue her soul from oblivion. And now he will finally have the chance to be truthful about who he is, and take her as his own ...
The Dreadful Debutante
Arranging a season for an unruly young lady whose habit is to enter drawing rooms by sliding down banisters presents a challenge at best—especially since the boisterous Mirabelle Markham has a sister of incomparable grace.
Mira isn’t daunted at all by high society’s ridiculous marriage mart. Her heart belongs to Lord Charles Devere, and always has. Alas, Charles only has eyes for her ever-perfect sister, Drusilla.
But the Marquess of Grantley rather enjoys Mira’s jealous antics—until she goes too far and pushes her sister into the fountains. Now it’s up to Grantley to restore Mira to respectability and make her an eligible bride once again. Yet when he succeeds, the smitten Marquess begins to wish he’d left well enough alone ...
The Dreadful Debutante is a delightful regency romance in the Royal Ambition series from Marion Chesney, writing as M.C. Beaton, New York Times–bestselling author of the popular Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth series, both of which have been adapted for TV by the BBC and PBS.
A “simply hilarious” tale of marriage and deception from the New York Times–bestselling author of The First Wives Club (Naples Daily News).
At forty, Sylvie Schiffer has a gorgeous house, two perfect children, and a successful husband with a lucrative business. She has everything except what she wants most: passion and romance.
With the twins off to college, Sylvie thinks her opportunity has finally arrived—only to find out her husband is already finding passion and romance, with a woman named Marla. Worse yet, Marla could be her twin ... give or take ten years and fifteen pounds.
Marla is getting everything Sylvie wishes for: romantic presents, hot sex, candlelit dinners. But she’s also lacking the one thing she wants most: a husband of her own. Going beyond revenge, Sylvie hatches a brilliant, daringly outrageous scheme that just might fulfill both of their wildest dreams—or leave them with nothing but two broken hearts—in this entertaining romp, “a wonderfully funny fable about a wife and mistress who reverse roles and a husband who apparently can’t tell the difference” (Kirkus Reviews).
Illusions of Love
A long-denied love reignites after decades—and puts a marriage at risk—in this “absorbing” New York Timesbestseller (People).
Twenty-five years ago, Martin Roth made the most difficult decision of his life. He gave up the girl he loved, married a different woman, and raised a family. But he’s just been given another shot at happiness.
Sylvia has loved Martin since she was a young girl. They have two great children and a wonderful life together—until a love from Martin’s past threatens everything she’s worked so hard to build.
Jenny McCoy can’t believe she and Martin have found each other again—but she’s never gotten over his cruel betrayal. Is she ready to forgive the sins of the past for a second chance?
Moving between countries and across time, Illusions of Love tells the story of a man, his heritage, and the crisis of faith that brings his life to a crossroads.
A Field of Poppies
A murder reveals a secret that throws two families into chaos in this riveting thriller from the New York Times–bestselling author of A Thousand Lies.
First the hospital calls to tell Poppy Sadler that her mother’s battle with cancer is finally over. Then the police appear on her doorstep, informing her that her father’s murdered body has just been pulled from the river. In five minutes, both of Poppy’s parents are dead and her whole world spins out of control ...
Across the river, Justin Caulfield has a crisis of his own. A deadly disease is stealing his daughter’s life and not even his vast fortune can save her. Then a person he’s always trusted names a price he never knew he owed. Betrayed and running out of time, Justin learns that twenty years of lies may have just cost him his soul ...
A gripping story of long-buried sins and secrets, A Field of Poppies reveals a new dimension to New York Times–bestselling author Sharon Sala’s considerable talents.
Summer in San Remo
Mystery, sparkling humor, and second-chance romance on the Mediterranean make for “the perfect summer read” (Old Victorian Quill).
Making ends meet with her concierge service in Somerset, England, keeps Cassie Travers on her toes. As well-equipped (and just a little anxious) as she is to fulfill any request, her newest commission is the strangest ever: find herself a husband in twenty-four-hours and masquerade as a happy couple to secure the client’s hefty inheritance. Sounding less like a task than an outrageous scheme, she still can’t say no. All Cassie needs now is a man who’ll say yes. Even if it’s one she never wanted to see again.
Twelve years ago, Det. Jake McQuire broke Cassie’s heart. Imagine his surprise when his old flame is now asking to be his wife. And fast. It pays well, it’s strictly business (right?), and best of all, it’s whisking them off to a luxurious villa on the Italian Riviera. But Cassie and Jake soon find themselves in something hotter than the San Remo sun: a mystery that’s drawing them into danger. It’s also rekindling a romance that’s making their hearts beat just as fast.
The Black Knave
A nobleman living a dangerous double life weds a rebellious Jacobite beauty—the first in a Scottish romance trilogy by a USA Today–bestselling author.
Some call him the devil. Few have ever seen him. He is the Black Knave. Named for the playing card he leaves behind, he risks his life to smuggle Jacobite insurgents out of Scotland right under the noses of the British. And Bethia MacDonell is determined to find him.
She needs the legendary freedom fighter to rescue her imprisoned brother. Instead, she is forced into an arranged marriage of political expediency. Her bridegroom is Rory Forbes, an aristocrat loyal to the crown. A coward at the Battle of Culloden. A traitor to his own people.
To the world he is a fop and wastrel who lives solely for his own pleasure. But the new Marquis of Braemoor harbors a dangerous secret he must keep hidden at all costs. Bethia is the wild card, arousing treacherous desire that could doom Rory’s mission and imperil her life. Sworn to protect her, the most wanted man in Scotland must fight his greatest battle to win the heart of the one woman he desires above all others: his wife.
Her First American
Hailed by the New York Times as coming “closer than anyone to writing The Great American Novel,” Lore Segal stuns with this passionate love story of a refugee from Hitler’s Europe and a witty, hard-drinking black intellectual
For Ilka Weissnix, everything is new. Having recently arrived in the United States, she is determined to escape the immigrant communities of New York and boards a train headed west to discover “the real America.” She finds Carter Bayoux “sitting on a stool in a bar in the desert, across from the railroad.”
Older, portly, experienced, and black, Carter is magnetic. To Ilka, he exemplifies the values and cultures of a changing America. In order to understand her new country and her new love, Ilka throws herself into Carter’s dizzying world, nurses him through his bouts of depression and his alcoholism, and becomes fascinated by stories of his amorous past. But Carter’s ghosts are ever present, and soon Ilka finds herself torn between saving him and saving her own future.
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A Manhattan editor investigates her sister’s suspicious death in Istanbul in this novel by the New York Times–bestselling “queen of the American gothics” (The New York Times).
Tracy Hubbard, an up-and-comer at a prestigious New York City publisher, has arrived at a sprawling villa on the Bosporus strait in Istanbul for an enviable arrangement. She’s come to assist celebrated artist Miles Radburn with his new book on the history of Turkish art. Everything Tracy has heard about the man turns out to be true: He’s brooding, handsome, brilliant, short-tempered, and loath to discuss the tragic secrets of his past. But the young editor is keeping a secret of her own ...
Tracy’s position at the villa is a charade. It was here, six months ago, that her sister, Anabel, spent the last days of her life. Somewhere, among the conspiratorial staff, nocturnal visits from furtive strangers, and cold dark corridors, is hidden the mystery of Anabel’s death. And as each new clue leads Tracy closer to Miles, a man she has come to both love and fear, she realizes she could be heading toward the same inevitable and chilling fate.
Hailed by Time magazine as “one of the best” in the gothic romance field that included Mary Stewart and Victoria Holt, Phyllis A. Whitney was the recipient of the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement.
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