Eleven short stories in a matchup of fiction and thriller writers — a man and a woman pairing — revolving around a blend of the main characters in each pair of authors’ series.
Genre: historical fiction
An anthology of seven short stories in the Outlander / Lord John Gray historical fiction series with an emphasis on the military side with Lord John’s involvement.
To catch evil, it takes evil. And the captain and crew of the Sea Witch are deadmen with tales to tell and evil to banish back, back to their hell realms and repair the gates.
Temeraire and Capt. Will Laurence are transported to Australia, despite their heroic aid, only to be dumped into yet more political turmoil between power-hungry politicians.
Consuming passion, undying love, and gifts of power come at a cost for these four beautiful women and their Warriors, the choice impacting them all for centuries to come.
Hal Mikkelson and the Brotherband are on an unexpected adventure as they get blown off course into the Endless Ocean and end up in an unknown land with unknown tribes.
An ambitious young Norman knight fights against desperate odds to consolidate the conquest of England in the years after the Battle of Hastings.
The first biographical novel about Dorothy Richardson, peer of Virginia Woolf, lover of H.G. Wells, and central figure in the emergence of modernist fiction.
Irish falconer Connor O’Dwyer crosses casual paths with Meara Quinn, the local horse trainer, and it takes a brush with death for him to see her in a different light.
It may also be purchased at Amazon.uk or Kobo Summary: One man obsessed with power. One woman prepared to sacrifice everything to stop him. One war that changed the world. “World War Three lasted twelve days. Twelve days was all it took for mankind to devastate the planet and almost eradicate the human race. No victor emerged from the ashes and billions lost their lives. We survivors lived through the bleakest of winters. A primal existence became the new order, and the little that remained of our humanity hung in the balance. Then one man stood up and changed the world. I believed, as did everyone else, that he was the hero of our time, the man who had saved us from our own demise. His name is Eric Dane and he is the President of the New United States of America. He is also my husband, and my greatest enemy. I grew up oblivious to the truth, until my father found me when I was nineteen years old. He told me about the many horrifying facts that our new leader kept hidden from us. And he told me that beyond the borders the Resistance grew and fought for freedom […]