Tag: 2020

Commander of His Heart by Arlem Hawks

Commander of His Heart by Arlem Hawks

Love is a luxury she can’t afford until he comes aboard. Lessons in propriety did little to prepare Marah Kinsley for life on board a creaky old boat. Now widowed, the boat is her livelihood, if she can only keep the navy from learning that she has shouldered the work of maintaining it. When a handsome lieutenant is granted command, Marah has to curb her […]

September 16, 2020 / 1 Comment
A Heart of Gold by Stacy Henrie

A Heart of Gold by Stacy Henrie

They’ll have to conquer more than the Klondike Trail to reach her father in time—they’ll have to overcome their past too. After months of silence from her father in the Klondike, Tava Rutherford finally receives word from him. Only the outdated letter reveals that her father is ill and may be dying. Desperate to discover his fate, Tava resolves to make the journey to the […]

September 15, 2020 / 0 Comments
Summer of Sundaes by Amey Zeigler

Summer of Sundaes by Amey Zeigler

The ice cream war is on… After dropping out a semester short of college graduation, Bailey Madison inherits the management of her family’s struggling ice cream shop in Seward, Alaska. When Kingsley Tours needs her prime location to expand their business into the Last Frontier, Bailey must use her wits and creative ice cream recipes to save her shop. Usually carefree and self-centered Brahms Kingsley […]

September 11, 2020 / 0 Comments
Murder at Farrington Hall by Ann Sutton

Murder at Farrington Hall by Ann Sutton

The Honorable Lady Dorothea Dorchester—Dodo to her friends—has a nose for crime and fashion. Unlucky in love but adept at sleuthing, she navigates the world of high society with intelligence and panache. When she and her sister, Lady Diantha, are invited to a party at Farrington Hall they eagerly accept. The weekend begins with a lot of promise until disaster strikes. A theft leads to […]

September 8, 2020 / 0 Comments
Elana Standish: A Question of Betrayal by Anne  Perry

Elana Standish: A Question of Betrayal by Anne Perry

On her first mission for MI6, the daring young photographer at the heart of this thrilling new mystery series by bestselling author Anne Perry travels to Mussolini’s Italy to rescue the lover who betrayed her. Britain’s secret intelligence service, MI6, has lost contact with its informant in northern Italy, just as important information about the future plans of Austria and Nazi Germany is coming to […]

September 8, 2020 / 0 Comments
Displaced by Dean Hughes

Displaced by Dean Hughes

Two Syrian refugee teens trying to make a living on the street corners of Beirut must decide how far they’re willing to go to make a home for their family in an unwelcoming country. Thirteen-year-old Hadi Toma and his family are displaced. At least that’s what the Lebanese government calls them and the thousands of other Syrian refugees that have flooded into Beirut. But as […]

September 8, 2020 / 0 Comments
Forget Me Not by Sarah M. Eden

Forget Me Not by Sarah M. Eden

Nottinghamshire, 1785 Julia Cummings has long been acquainted with loss-her mother, her brother, her sister, her friend, all gone too soon. But the loss that pushed her grief to the limit as a young girl was that of her best friend, Lucas Jonquil, who abandoned her without looking back. Now, eight years later, Lucas has returned to Lampton Park, and Julia has steeled herself-she will […]

September 7, 2020 / 1 Comment
Imprints: Checked In by Teyla Branton

Imprints: Checked In by Teyla Branton

A check-in at a bed and breakfast almost turns into a checked-out for Autumn Rain. Autumn Rain hadn’t planned to spend any part of her honeymoon at a bed and breakfast run by her new in-laws, but when her father-in-law comes under suspicion in a man’s sudden disappearance, she and her homicide detective husband are pulled into the investigation. As they search for answers, it […]

September 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B.  Moore

The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B. Moore

When Donaldina Cameron arrives at the Occidental Mission Home for Girls in 1895, she intends to teach sewing skills to young Chinese women immigrants, but, within days, she discovers that the job is much more complicated than perfect stitches and even hems. San Francisco has a dark side, one where a powerful underground organization–the criminal tong–brings Chinese young women to America to sell them as […]

September 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
Murder at Tregowyn Manor by G. G. Vandagriff

Murder at Tregowyn Manor by G. G. Vandagriff

Winter of 1935 finds Oxford archaeologist, Sonny Nichols, under arrest for the theft of a priceless Roman relic from a dig in Cornwall. Catherine Tregowyn and her sleuthing partners Harry and Dot go to his aid. Almost immediately an anonymous telegram threatens Catherine’s life. Dot’s cousin has involved himself in something deadly. Undeterred, they motor down to the dig in Cornwall which is on Catherine’s […]

September 1, 2020 / 0 Comments