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A Dance of Ocean Magic

by Elizabeth Black

Sierra Palmer may have magic at her fingertips, but when she invites Rockport's handsome new resident for dinner and dessert, will her celestial spells inflame more earthly pleasures?

A Dance of Ocean Magic

by Elizabeth Black

Sierra Palmer may have magic at her fingertips, but when she invites Rockport's handsome new resident for dinner and dessert, will her celestial spells inflame more earthly pleasures?

The Drowning House

by Elizabeth Black

A gripping suspense story about a woman who returns to Galveston, Texas after a personal tragedy and is irresistibly drawn into the insular world she's struggled to leave.Photographer Clare Porterfield's once-happy marriage is coming apart, unraveling under the strain of a family tragedy. When she receives an invitation to direct an exhibition in her hometown of Galveston, Texas, she jumps at the chance to escape her grief and reconnect with the island she hasn't seen for ten years. There Clare will have the time and space to search for answers about her troubled past and her family's complicated relationship with the wealthy and influential Carraday family. Soon she finds herself drawn into a century-old mystery involving Stella Carraday. Local legend has it that Stella drowned in her family's house during the Great Hurricane of 1900, hanged by her long hair from the drawing room chandelier. Could Stella have been saved? What is the true nature of Clare's family's involvement? The questions grow like the wildflower vines that climb up the walls and fences of the island. And the closer Clare gets to the answers, the darker and more disturbing the truth becomes. Steeped in the rich local history of Galveston, The Drowning House portrays two families, inextricably linked by tragedy and time."The Drowning House marks the emergence of an impressive new literary voice. Elizabeth Black's suspenseful inquiry into dark family secrets is enriched by a remarkable succession of images, often minutely observed, that bring characters, setting, and story sharply into focus." --John Berendt, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

Forbidden Fruit

by Elizabeth Black Vanessa De Sade Kojo Black Zak Jane Keir Tamsin Flowers

Fruit was at the heart of the first sin. So let the ripe cherries, juicy plums, and full melons of nature's bounty give you erotic inspiration. Indulge in Forbidden Fruit and let the juices run down your chin!

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