In the second installment of New York Times bestselling author Jillian Hunter's Bridal Pleasures series, the flames of a forbidden love are reignited when Miss Violet Knowlton reunites with a childhood friend.
Bestselling author Donna Grant presents the first book in a new paranormal romance series that centers on a group of Fae warriors and their quest to save the world from a great evil. Contains mature themes.
In the first book in the Vintage Kitchen Mystery series, Jaymie Leighton finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation after she takes home a highly sought-after kitchen cabinet from an estate auction.
A well-liked, respected historian and archaeologist is bludgeoned to death and left half-buried in a field. Now it falls to Chief Inspector Banks to solve a seemingly motiveless murder—and stop a killer who's bound to kill again.
In this historical romance from award-winning author Juliana Gray, the Duke of Wallingford finds himself unable to resist the charms of beautiful, unconventional Abigail Harewood. Contains mature themes.
The evil night things that prowl Cincinnati despise witch and bounty hunter Rachel Morgan. Her new reputation for the dark arts is turning human and undead heads alike with the intent to possess, bed, and kill her. Now the pack is gathering for the first time in millennia to ravage and to rule. Suddenly, more than Rachel's soul is at stake.
An old flame is rekindled when Countess Elizabeth Harewood unexpectedly reunites with her former lover Lord Roland Penhallow in the latest installment of the Affairs by Moonlight series. Contains mature themes.
In book two of an exciting new series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant, Roderick, an immortal prince, faces a great evil and an even greater temptation. Contains mature themes.
In the second book in Julie James's FBI/U.S. Attorney series, to get her brother out of jail, Jordan Rhodes pretends that she is dating Agent McCall. But soon her pretend relationship gives way to very real feelings.
S. M. Stirling's startling vision of the modern world's descent into a medieval age has the Midwest Book Review declaring, "Fans of apocalyptical thrillers like Stephen King's The Stand will find Dies the Fire absolutely riveting." Now the national bestselling author presents the first volley in a conflict that may bring the human race to another Armageddon.
When a peaceful demonstration ends with fifty arrests and the death of a young constable, Superintendent "Dirty Dick" assumes the investigation, forcing Inspector Banks to undertake his own hunt for the killer before his superior's misguided obsession results in further bloodshed.