Soldier's Redemption (The Legacy, #3)

For former Special Forces officer Cole Bennett, there's no room for error or emotions on his latest, all-too-personal mission. Hiding his identity and getting much too close to artist Skylar Pope is the only way to get some long-overdue justice. But keeping his simmering desire under control is one battle Cole would give anything to lose.Suddenly Skylar discovers everything she believes in is a lie. And if finding the truth means confronting her...

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Deadly Inheritance

All Meg Fisher wants when she buys herself an old house on a Northern California bluff is a quiet existence. It isn't long, however, until she realizes the house has quite a history, including the hanging suicide of the former owner. Gerda left behind several disturbing paintings in the house and soon the neighbors are filling Meg's head with equally distressing speculations about the old lady's mental health.But when Meg meets Gerda's...

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A Baby Between Them (Harlequin Intrigue #1190)

From the moment Ella Baxter vanishes, Seattle cop Simon Task knows it's up to him to bring her home. Especially once he learns she's pregnant with his child. Now, charging through the danger that shadows her and reminding her of their intensely passionate shared past is all that matters. As they follow cryptic clues to learn why she is being targeted, Simon senses there are things Ella would rather not remember. Still, getting her to trust...

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Bodyguard Father (Harlequin Intrigue #1082)

Garrett Skye took his bodyguard job seriously. So when he was accused of taking a life rather than protecting one, he was left with few options but to go on the run. Unfortunately, amateur P.I. Annie Ryder insisted on bringing him to justice. The woman was easy on the eyes, and convincing her of his innocence didn't take much. Especially when she learned about the little girl he'd do anything to protect. Before long they'd uncovered a plot...

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Paradise Betrayed

I was born in Sacramento, California. As a child, I wrote plays for the neighbor kids and invited their parents to performances. As I got older, I started my own family newspaper, handwritten and hand delivered, for the extortion price of 25 cents. Eventually, I moved into writing angst-ridden poems and journals – lots of them. Right after graduating from high school, I married the love of my life whom I met while walking on a beach in Northern...

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