It’s bad enough Carter and Evie are competing high-powered agents, but then their firms merge with their boss determined to sabotage Evie, and Carter caught in the middle.
Publisher: Gallery Books
Trisk and her hated rival have the same goal: save their species from extinction. But Trisk wants to help while Kalamack wants to help himself, and if he can destroy Trisk at the same time…?
Betrayed by the man she thought she loved and Opti, Peri Reed has been in hiding until enticed out by a highly addictive drug that promises to end her dependency on an anchor.
A one-night stand that turns into a summer marriage enables Mia Holland to think about her future and the path she wants to follow.
uble-crossed, Peri Reed is on the run; she can’t believe she’d do the things she thinks they’re saying, but how to prove it if she’s a drafter.
Second in the One-Eyed Jacks romantic suspense series, and it’s been 18 months since Killing Time, 1, when Jess Albert first met Ty Brown. You may want to re-read Killing Time before reading The Way Home. I spent a good chunk of the start trying to reconcile events in this story with those in Killing Time, even though Gerard does include references to it. You don’t have to have read it initially, but a re-read helps if you have. If you’re interested, there is a chronological listing of the three series that tie into each other on my website. My Take Wow, what a twist. The end does turn out the way you expect, but Gerard maintains some suspense to the end. It’s all quite convenient. That said, Gerard will make you ache and want to cry. To wonder at how the greed for power will drive men to commit such horrors. The Way Home switches between terrors: the horrible and the fearful. One is a terror of torture and death as Jeff’s memories come back while the other is the more welcome kind. That of a woman wondering about love, falling in love, and not wanting to love another […]
A bombshell bookworm. A chronic Casanova. And a lesson in chemistry too scandalous for school.
Hooking up in places where anybody could catch them, the only thing scarier for Sara than getting caught in public is having Max get too close in private.
Sara McMillan is torn between the two men in her life and fascinated by the dark fantasies in Rebecca’s journal while each man approaches their and Sara’s desires.
Memory loss caused by a painful emotional trauma forces Lucie Walker to uncover painful secrets which could hold the key to her future—if she trusts her heart enough to guide her.