Tag: 2013

I’m Not Cinderella by Tarrah Montgomery

Chancing a closer look, I placed one foot on a packed-dirt floor of the kitchen. My other foot followed. I looked back at Cinderella – I mean Gabriella – who watched from the other side of the miraculous door. Behind her, I could still see the sacks of boxes in my grandmother’s attic. Gazing into reality while standing in a fantasy was a pretty weird […]

December 31, 2013 / 1 Comment

Hearth Fires by Dorothy Keddington

Mackenzie Graham’s ideal assignment—writing an article on storybook homes—takes a dangerous turn when she photographs a clandestine meeting between a prominent judge, a black-market kingpin, and a crooked cop. Rescued from harm’s way by a rugged cowboy-attorney, Mackenzie finds her career and life forever changed. Read excerpt Title: Hearth Fires Author: Dorothy Keddington Publisher: Currawong Press Release Date: December 31, 2013 ISBN: 978-1599928944 Formats: 303 […]

December 31, 2013 / 0 Comments

If Not For Love by J Adams

Escaping the immoral advances of her publisher, Adia Stone takes her career into her own hands and starts over. Scotland seems like the perfect place to get her creative juices flowing again, and being there also fuels her fascination with her family’s Scottish history. The last thing she expects to find is love. After watching Tavish MacLachlan walk by her apartment every day for two […]

December 31, 2013 / 0 Comments

Time Will Tell by Cindy A. Christiansen

Holly Waterbury just can’t handle all the suspicious behavior centered on Merchant Street in Salt Lake City. Being volunteered to help her hoarding Uncle Kipp recover after a fall and finding out he has a dog is not helping to calm her excitable nature either. But it’s really the good-looking, take-charge homeless man her uncle hired to help clean up his clock shop that has […]

December 30, 2013 / 0 Comments

Broken Halo by Kindal Debenham

Every journey has a cost. The Wayfarers have escaped their former home in the Known Worlds. Their fleet, battered but unbroken, now searches the unknown regions of space for a new world to call home. Under the leadership of Susan Delacourt and Gabriel Miller, they have continued to survive despite obstacles and setbacks. Yet their trials are not over. The Directorate of Defense, the military […]

December 27, 2013 / 0 Comments

Behind the Mask by Elizabeth D. Michaels

When You’re Hiding For Your Life, What Do You Live For? Abbi has the gift of dreams. But her uncanny ability to see glimpses of the future has no apparent purpose or meaning until a dream leads her to a man on the brink of despair and destruction. Cameron is a man without a name and without a country, framed for a crime he didn’t […]

December 27, 2013 / 0 Comments

Eagle by Kindal Debenham

The Celsotian Union has stopped the Oduran League’s offensive, but only at an agonizing price. Now the leader of the Celostian Navy, Jacob Hull, receives the responsibility to pick up the pieces, but even as he struggles to rally the remnants of the crippled Navy a new danger looms. Rebellion simmers on the Frontier, and on the eve of yet another Oduran invasion, the Union […]

December 26, 2013 / 0 Comments
Mansfield Ranch by Jenni James

Mansfield Ranch by Jenni James

Does true love really prevail? All Lilly Price has ever known is living in the shadow of her widely successful foster family. But when a twist of fate deals Lilly the hand of Harrison Crawford, the most popular guy in Bloomfield, NM, everything flips upside down. Sean Benally is a hard worker, he’s funny, he’s generous, and he’s kind.  He’s also the most amazing guy […]

December 26, 2013 / 3 Comments

Bad Penny by John D. Brown

He’s an ex-con. He’s trying to go straight. Frank is determined to never step foot in a cement box again. Then an old cell mate shows up and puts all that at risk. Throw in a Mormon, some drug lords, and a good helping of guns, and…let’s just say things go downhill from there, forcing Frank to go outside the law to save the one […]

December 24, 2013 / 0 Comments

To Run With the Swift by Gerald N. Lund

We stopped a few feet inside the mine to let our eyes adjust to the darkened tunnel.Cody started to push his way past Dad, but Dad’s arm shot out and held him back. “Jean-Henri,” he cried. “Look!” He was pointing forward, directing his light at the floor. I moved up to see better. Suddenly the chills were back, only this time they were hitting every […]

December 24, 2013 / 3 Comments