American woman sleuth seeks love and justice in cozy mystery!

Murder in the South of France
3.7 stars on 2,199 reviews USA Today Bestselling Author Susan Kiernan-Lewis

From USA Today bestselling author Hildie McQueen... A temporary truce from clan war and a forced marriage change the course of many lives…

A Hardened Warrior
4.4 stars on 285 reviews USA Today Bestselling Author Hildie McQueen

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An English knight with a Scottish heart...

A Spy at the Highland Court
4.7 stars on 12 reviews Author Celeste Barclay

Sometimes, men do the wrong thing…for the right reasons. Book 1 - In the new series "Highland Rogues" is now available! Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited!

The Highlander's Demand
4.6 stars on 25 reviews Author Mary Wine

Can a scoundrel not also be a gentleman?

Forever in Your Arms
4.5 stars on 9 reviews. USA Today Bestselling Author Amanda Mariel

Her key. His locked box. Can they open each other’s hearts?

My Rival, My Love
4.2 stars on 6 reviews. Bestselling Author Ruth Kaufman

The debutante meets the radical… The 14th and final book in the Blackhaven Brides series is now available! Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!

The Wicked Sister
USA Today Bestselling Author Mary Lancaster

A Merry Christmas quickie for your Merry Christmas cheer—On Comet is the perfect lunchtime read for keeping you in that holiday mood. Download this new release today and start the new year right.

On Comet
4.8 stars on 9 reviews by Author Stella Lang

I own a nudist resort. I'm not a nudist, but Val Silva is. And he's a human supernova sleeping in the room next door.

Natural Passion
Best Selling Author Anna Durand

A high-stakes suspense and sizzling, red-hot romance. This is two weeks of craziness you won’t want to miss.

Kate & Walker: The Collection
4.6 stars on 7 reviews USA Today & New York Times Bestselling Author Lorhainne Eckhart

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Dying Days 2

4.6 stars on 25 reviews


Book 2 of 9 in Dying Days

Dying Days 2

St. Augustine, the oldest city in what used to be America… now an apocalyptic wasteland, where undead fight over the scraps…

For Darlene Bobich and the remaining survivors it will be the ultimate test… zombies surrounding them, zombies coming from the ocean, across the Bridge of Lions… undead searching in eternal hunger…

Continuing the adventure of Darlene Bobich, started in “Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer”… “Dying Days”… and now “Dying Days 2″…

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Distant Suns – The Journey Home

5.0 stars on 2 reviews

Science Fiction

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Book 2 of 4 in Distant Suns

The crew of the star ship Terra – the last hope to avoid extinction for the human race – are nearly two years from the dying planet Earth, when their four thousand year long journey, to reach the first possible habitable world, is unexpectedly halted.


The woman moved away from the cabin and hurried across the plain towards the valley at the far side.

Bones, baked in the unbridled sun, littered the landscape and the desiccated soil, now nothing more than clay and dust, was cracked and bare.

On the horizon, the receding moon silhouetted the shadows of lost lives as it dipped behind the skeletal remains of a once majestic forest and to the right a deep depression marked the position of a lake, now dry and barren, its former fertility validated by the shriveled husks strewn across the base.

She stopped to catch her breath. The thin air made periods of exertion impossible and anything other than a casual walk was becoming increasingly difficult. Once recovered, she again checked she was not being followed before making her way to the edge of the valley and around the ravine.

The cave was close by and shielded, from the top, by densely packed shrubs. She pushed against the branches then, as the dried withered leaves crumbled in her hand, slid between wood and rock until she slipped into the cool dark interior of the cliff.

Every day she feared the worst and every day she was relieved to find they still had not been discovered. She dropped to her knees and checked the contents of the first.

This small cavern, cut out of the rock thousands of years ago by wind and rain, provided the perfect environment for her water-gathering devices. The cave, slightly cooler than the outside air, accumulated moisture in the depths of night, which was then collected in small jugs beneath plastic sheets. A number of such devices scattered around the floor provided just enough water for the two of them to survive.

She sat back and rested a moment before amassing her yield.

The sharp corner of a folded sheet of paper, nestled inside her clothing like a baby in a pouch, pressed uncomfortably against a rib. She looked down and slipped her hand inside the fabric to retrieve the document.

It had started to come apart some time ago and was now held together with a great deal of tape. It was yellow and frayed, and she only looked at it occasionally as a rare treat. Carefully, she opened out the sheet, as though it were the most pure gold, until it was spread across her lap. This was more valuable than gold, though, especially now, and she would kill to protect it, as it was all that remained of a decimated life.

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