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Lord of Lightning

by Suzanne Forster

When a mysterious stranger arrives in Shady Trees, things go quickly awry: clocks stop, small children insist they've spotted UFOs, and the prim and proper schoolteacher begins indulging in abduction fantasiesOne night in quiet, bucolic Shady Trees, two children witness a startling occurrence: A giant silver figure engulfed in green light emerges from the darkness before them, picks up a dead bird, and brings it back to life. The next day at school, Miss Lise Anderson hears her students buzzing about the sighting and dismisses it as a childish rumor. Then she encounters handsome geologist, Stephen Gage. Unable to ignore the electricity coursing between them, the buttoned-up Lise seeks out the stranger. When two precious artifacts go missing from the town museum, locals accuse Gage. Lise emerges as his only advocate. Is her attraction to him clouding her judgment? After Gage arrives at her home unexpectedly during a storm, and takes her against her will to the hills, she realizes she's begun a risky erotic game with a man as dangerous as he is desirable. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Suzanne Forster including rare photos from the author's personal collection.

Love Is the Answer

by Diane V. Cirincione Gerald Jampolsky

Fifteen daily lessons show how to apply the "Seven Stepping Stones" to overcoming obstacles in this practical and intimate guide to developing inner growth and healing. Love is the Answer provides simple, yet effective principles of inner healing and shows how they can work in daily life.

Lovestorm

by Judith E. French

Lady Elizabeth Sommersett is the pampered, beautiful daughter of a powerful earl. But when she is shipwrecked on her way to an arranged marriage, her future seems over--until she is she rescued by a magnificent warrior. Elizabeth had no idea a man could be as strong yet tender, not to mention breathtaking, as Cain Dare. But even more shocking is Cain's announcement that she now belongs to him--that she is his gift from the sea. Nor is Elizabeth prepared that in place of her comfortable life, she may have gained a passion she never knew possible. . . 135,000 Words

Lovestorm

by Judith E. French

Lady Elizabeth Sommersett is the pampered, beautiful daughter of a powerful earl. But when she is shipwrecked on her way to an arranged marriage, her future seems over--until she is she rescued by a magnificent warrior. Elizabeth had no idea a man could be as strong yet tender, not to mention breathtaking, as Cain Dare. But even more shocking is Cain's announcement that she now belongs to him--that she is his gift from the sea. Nor is Elizabeth prepared that in place of her comfortable life, she may have gained a passion she never knew possible...135,000 Words

Magic (Hennessy #2)

by Tami Hoag

Strange things were happening in Drake House: A perfect rose appearing on a pillow...an antique dress materializing out of nowhere...a mysterious spirit roaming the halls...Five years after Rachel Lindquist had left California to chase her dreams, she returned home to care for her aging mother, only to find herself chasing a ghost! Addie Lindquist insisted a presence haunted Drake House and had hired noted parapsychologist Bryan Hennessy to investigate, but Rachel knew better than to believe in what she couldn't see--or to surrender to the strong current of desire pulling her towards Bryan.Bryan had dealt with skeptics before, but convincing Rachel was the biggest challenge of his life. The enchanting beauty had lost faith in everything that wasn't practical, and that included matters of the heart. As Bryan fought her reluctance to succumb to feelings she couldn't control, a second, more sinister force began to stalk them, threatening to drive them from Drake House and from each other--a force that could be banished only by a man who believed in the power of love and...Magic.From the Paperback edition.

A Man for Maggie

by Linda Wisdom

IT WAS MIND OVER MATTER Love didn't affect Maggie Turner in the usual way. Instead of getting starry-eyed, Maggie got psychic static. No sooner had Dr. Ethan Baxter moved into her Monterey guest house than her long-dormant psychic gift ran riot. She was tantalized by glimpses of a blissful future. And terrorized by recurrent nightmares. Having denied her gift for so long, Maggie feared she'd never interpret the conflicting images of danger and desire.

The Manning Brides

by Debbie Macomber

Two brothers-and the women they marry... Rich Manning and Jamie Warren have always been friends-and nothing but friends. However, that changes when she asks him to father the child she so desperately wants. Rich agrees-if she'll marry him. Because he thinks their Marriage of Inconvenience could become a real marriage instead. His brother Paul, a grieving widower with three small children, turns to Leah Baker for help and comfort. When that comfort begins to grow into something else, Paul discovers that he wants more than a Stand-In Wife!

The Manning Grooms: An Anthology (Mira Ser.)

by Debbie Macomber

A reluctant groom and an impulsive one... Jason Manning is content with his life as a bachelor, a slob and a sports fan. Then a precocious teen named Carrie Weston decides to play matchmaker, introducing him to her mother. To his relief, Charlotte is as uninterested in marriage as he is. But Jason's feelings start to change once he gets to know his Bride on the Loose. James Wilkens was almost a Manning groom-because he almost married one of the Manning sisters. With that broken engagement behind him, he spends New Year's Eve in Las Vegas...where he meets Summer Lawton. She's just suffered a painful betrayal, and James promises her that in a year she'll be over it. To prove his point, he makes a date to meet her in Vegas Same Time, Next Year. Except it turns out to be more than a date-it's a wedding!

Marigold (Grace Livingston Hill Tyndale House #15)

by Grace Livingston Hill

[From the back cover: Disillusioned with her circle of friends, beautiful Marigold Brooke plans a trip to Washington, D.C., to give herself time to think. Having strayed from her childhood beliefs, Marigold is confused and troubled about the future. In Washington, Marigold meets handsome Ethan Bevan, whose maturity and insight give her a new perspective on life. But it isn't until disaster strikes and an intoxicated suitor kidnaps Marigold that she finally awakens to the true meaning of faith--and love. There are many more uplifting novels by Grace Livingston Hill, the mother of Christian fiction. They are set in the first half of the twentieth century and are romances which feature interesting plots and young people grappling with conflicts in navigating their futures. Look for: #15 Marigold #18 Brentwood, #30 Matched Pearls, #38 Spice Box, #41 blue ruin, #50 The Finding of Jasper Holt, #55 Ladybird, #61 Mystery Flowers, #66 The Girl From Montana, #71 exit Betty, #73 Not Under the Law, #74 Lo Michael, #76 The City of Fire, #84 Cloudy Jewel, #95 Mary Arden and #96 because of Stephen, with many more on the way.

Masque of Enchantment

by Charlene Cross

Accused of murder, actress Alissa Ashford fled London for Scotland in the drab garb of a prim governess. Her employer, Jared Braxton, was supremely masculine and imperiously attractive, with a manner that sorely tested proud Alissa's assumed meekness. Yet despite their clashes of will, they were one in their devotion to Jared's little, girl whose soul was wounded by her mother's shocking death ... For the mahogany-maned beauty was not the only one with a secret within Hawkstone's magnificent walls. Jared, too, kept his brooding counsel. Driven by the passion that burned between them, he seized on an unforeseen discovery and forced Alissa to become his wife. Still they denied the tenderness that charged their desire ... until they were enmeshed in a deadly intrigue that threatened all they treasured!

Masquerade

by Janet Dailey

Romantic suspense novel.

Masquerade (Paperback Program Ser.)

by Janet Dailey

When beautiful shipping heiress Remy Jardin wakes up in Nice, her memory has disappeared. A blow to the head at Carnival has left her with amnesia. Luckily for Remy, her family finds her and brings her home to New Orleans.Or is it so lucky? Remy's family is friendly and warm, but that warmth might have ulterior motives. Their Louisiana shipping line may be corrupt, and the CEO and Remy's ex-lover Cole Buchanan has something he's keeping from her. As Remy learns more about a possible insurance scam involving one of her family's ships, her allegiances start to break down.With Masquerade, bestselling author Janet Dailey paints a rich portrait of New Orleans that moves from mystery to romance and back again. Whom can Remy trust? Will she lose her chance at love? Will she lose her life?

The Maverick Returns

by Roz Denny Fox

She once loved a cowboy...When Tate Walker was killed in a barroom brawl, he left his widow with a small run-down ranch in south Texas and a daughter he falsely claimed wasn't his. Willow had accepted Tate's proposal because Cooper Drummond, the love of her life, refused to put aside his rodeo plans, despite her fears for his safety.A year later, a cowboy appears out of nowhere, looking for work. He'd heard about a widow who could use some help. To Willow's shock, it's Cooper Drummond. And to Coop's shock, the widow is his onetime fiancée, now the mother of a little girl who's been diagnosed with a troubling condition.She still loves that cowboy...And that cowboy's never forgotten her. Can the two of them-the three of them-become a family? Can Coop love her daughter as his own?

A Maverick's Heart

by Roz Denny Fox

HIS NEW WESTERN HOME Lila Jenkins's Montana ranching town roots run deep. So why does the widowed B and B owner feel so connected to her latest boarder? Seth Maxwell might know his way around horses, but he's a wanderer, not a rancher. Lila's son thinks Seth's the hero he's been waiting for. And-heaven help her-so does Lila. Seth loves hunting for rare gems in remote areas, but maybe it's time to make a change. The footloose adventurer is tempted by rumors of sapphires in a nearby mine, but it's Lila and her boy who make Snowy Owl Crossing and the idea of a ranch to share feel like home...

Maybe I'll Call Anna

by William Browning Spencer

It's a hot summer night in a small town in North Carolina. A pretty girl named Anna Shockley has arrived in the emergency room after a drug overdose. And so, David Livingston, emergency room orderly, fledgling artist, and incorrigible romantic, meets the obsession of a lifetime. When David moves into the communal house where Anna lives, he soon discovers that Anna Shockley is dangerous to herself and others--and that there are those around her, drawn by the "doomed shout" of her beauty, who are far more dangerous.

Meg at Sixteen

by Susan Beth Pfeffer

Young Margaret Winslow had beauty and a family name, but inside she felt empty . . . until Nick Sebastian gave her his heart and the strength to stand up for herself The Sebastian women grew up on the story of their parents' great love--how their mother had been an orphan, raised by a forbidding aunt, and then, contrary to all expectations, danced with the love of her life at her sixteenth birthday party. Her aunt Grace called her Margaret, and her daughters would call her Megs, but to her loving parents and her cherished Nicky, she would always be Daisy. Nicky and Meg's love never faltered--in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, through dingy apartments that Meg always made beautiful, joined by family, stricken by tragedy, through it all: Nicky and Meg had each other, and that was more than enough. This is their love story.

Memories of the Past

by Carole Mortimer

Re-read this classic romance by USA Today bestselling author Carole Mortimer He might be arrogant, but accountant Helen Foster can't deny that successful businessman Caleb Jones has charisma! But he's trying to buy out her family home and Helen is determined not to give in to his charms… Caleb has his hands full juggling his business and raising his newly orphaned little nephew. So when Helen throws a spanner in the works of his latest deal, this ruthless tycoon doesn't know whether to sue her or kiss her! The latter is certainly much more tempting… Originally published in 1991

Meridon: Wideacre; The Favoured Child; Meridon (Wideacre #3)

by Philippa Gregory

Meridon knows she does not belong in the dirty, vagabond life of a gypsy bareback rider. The half-remembered vision of another life burns in her heart, even as her beloved sister, Dandy, risks everything for their future. Alone, Meridon follows the urgings of her dream, riding in the moonlight past the rusted gates, up the winding drive to a house -- clutching the golden clasp of the necklace that was her birthright -- home at last to Wideacre. The lost heir of one of England's great estates would take her place as its mistress.... Crowning the extraordinary trilogy that began with Wideacre and The Favored Child, Meridon is a rich, impassioned tapestry of a young woman's journey from dreams to glittering drawing rooms and elaborate deceits...from a simple hope to a deep and fulfilling love. Set in the savage contrasts of Georgian England -- a time alive with treachery, grandeur, and intrigue -- Meridon is Philippa Gregory's masterwork.

Message from Nam

by Danielle Steel

As a journalist, Paxton Andrews would experience Vietnam firsthand. We follow her from high school in Savannah to college in Berkeley and then to work in Saigon.For the soldiers she knew and met there, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways they could never have imagined. For the men in her life, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways hey could not escape or deny. Peter Wilson, fresh from law school, was a new recruit who would confont his fate in Da Nang. Ralph Johnson, a seasoned AP correspondent, had been in Saigon since the beginning. He knew Vietnam and the war inside out. Bill Quinn, captain of the Cu Chi tunnel rats, was on his fourth tour of duty and it seemed nothing could touch him. Sergeant Tony Campobello had come to Vietnam from the streets of New York to vent a rage that had followed him all the way to Saigon. For seven years Paxton Andrews would write an acclaimed newspaper column from the front before finally returning to the States and then attending the Paris peace talks. But for her and the men who fought in Viet Nam, life would never be the same again.From the Paperback edition.

Mirror Image (Vib Ser.)

by Sandra Brown

They were all entangled in lies of power, loyalty, and love * AVERY-A talented TV reporter, she was suddenly in possession of another woman's identity and deadly secrets-and suddenly in love. TATE-A handsome, charismatic senatorial candidate, he was targeted for death by an unfaithful wife he had come to despise-who was now a charming woman he couldn't resist. EDDY-He was Tate's best friend and campaign manager, and he'd play any dirty trick or bed any pretty woman who would help him get what he wanted. FANCY-Tate's reckless niece, she told too many family secrets and slept with too many men-until one lover taught her games of pain and power.

Miss Greenhorn

by Diana Palmer

New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer delivers a reader-favorite tale of Prince Charming on the range!When Christy Haley joined an archaeological excavation in Arizona, she unexpectedly comes across the most fascinating find of all: an irascible, yet irresistible, ranch owner! The blonde teacher can't help but be drawn to handsome Nate Lang, who makes it clear he isn't looking for love. But Christy will have to dig a little deeper to find the rancher's true desires...The last thing Nate needs is an Eastern greenhorn who doesn't know a cactus from a cornstalk! But Christy has already unearthed his passion...and discovered her rugged Westerner is a greenhorn himself--at love!

Molly's Garden

by Roz Denny Fox

Love is blooming in Molly's garden... Molly McNair needs someone tough to work for her. An oil company is pressuring her to sell her farm, and she's losing workers to intimidation. When Adam Hollister applies, she knows she's found the right man. Solid, fair-minded...and handsome, too. But there's something she doesn't know. Adam, a widower who's been drifting since he lost his family, is a former wildcatter. And his onetime business partner sent him to obtain soil samples from her farm. Molly, whose life is dedicated to providing healthy food for hungry families, has to discover if her love for Adam is deep-rooted enough to survive the truth.

Montana Woman

by Rosanne Bittner

MONTANA WOMAN, set in Kansas and Montana in the 1860's, depicts the life of one of the many uniquely determined single women who settled in the American West under the Homestead Act.

Moon Song

by Sonja Massie

The Pied Piper of Hamelin in love. A baron and priest hold sway over a village with fear and money, using child labor in a gold mine. The daughter of a woman burned at the stake for witchcraft fights to save the children at risk of her own life. Told as a fable.

Moonfeather

by French Judith E.

Trial By Fire. . . Moonfeather had seen her Shawnee people execute a man by fire before. When she discovers a captive Englishman about to suffer the same fate, she does not intend to see it again. Even an enemy deserves a warrior's death. Her only choice is a brazen one: to claim the reckless man to be her husband. And Desire. . . Viscount Brandon may have been spared a cruel death, but the son of a Scottish earl now endured a different torment. For despite their intimate quarters, the wildly beautiful Moonfeather has no intention of consummating their marriage. Yet the two cannot help but grow closer. And as Brandon discovers that he and Leah Moonfeather Stewart have far more in common than their intense attraction, he is determined to bring her to England as his wife. But in the face of more treachery, Moonfeather may have to save the day once more. . . 106,515 Words

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