Ride the Rainbow Home
Meg Taylor has never thought of Rainbow Rock, Arizona as home. The daughter of a serial-marrying mother, Meg has lived in many places—and most of them were kinder than this little town where she was the principal’s daughter. She returns after ten years only to help a dear high school friend.
Startled by the changes, Meg is pleased to see that her other high school buddy, Little Jimmy McAllister, isn’t little anymore. In fact, he is one of the most attractive men she has ever met. As she finds excuses to spend time with him, their friendship begins to blossom—but Meg has seen marriages come and go and she has no faith in happily ever after.
Can Meg let go of doubt, grab on to happiness and ride the rainbow home?

When First They Met (Short Story)
From the moment Jo Marie sits next to Paul inside the Seattle Seahawks’ stadium, she feels a spark. Paul’s striking blue eyes and kind smile tell her that he’s someone special—different from any man she’s met before. When they strike up a conversation, Jo Marie and Paul realize how much they have in common, yet there’s one thing keeping them from a fairy-tale ending: Paul is in the military and will ship out of Seattle within the next six weeks. As Jo Marie wonders if she should once again open her heart, she decides that, no matter the stakes, she can’t forgo her chance at true love.

Jonah’s Woman
Come what may, Miss Aurora Crenshaw is westward bound, her sights set on Montana. Once there, she plans to assist in an anthropology study of the Crow Indians for the renowned Smithsonian Institution. And while it’s true that the only Indians this intrepid bluestocking has ever laid eyes upon are those illustrating the pages of popular dime novels, Aurora is not about to let that stop her from making her mark in a man’s world.
Major Jonah Mackenzie, a Civil War hero who also happens to be a half-breed Mohawk Indian, finds himself in the unenviable position of having to escort General Crenshaw’s niece halfway across the continent. Convinced that Aurora is the most dangerous type of woman imaginable – a crusading do-gooder – he tries to keep his distance. Unfortunately, Aurora has a knack for landing into trouble. Indian abductions. Barroom brawls. It’s enough to make Jonah think that beneath Aurora’s spectacles and prissy demeanor there’s one gutsy lady. Not to mention a most beguiling woman.
But as the fires of armed aggression burn out of control on the frontier, Jonah is suddenly torn between his military duty and his desire for a woman hell-bent on saving the warlike Crow Indians. When Jonah is falsely accused of treason – a hanging offense – his Indian blood becomes a dangerous liability. Especially for the woman he loves. If he’s to save Aurora from the raging firestorm, he must act quickly . . . even at the risk of losing her forever.

The First Faux Pas: A Lora Weaver Mystery
When Lora Weaver relocates from New York to her boyfriend’s hometown of Montreal, she expects to find a touch of Paris in North America—cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafés, fabulous shopping, and a little joie de vivre. Not dangerous liaisons. But, when she takes a job at a PI agency owned by a French brother and sister team, her life takes on more twists and turns than a Cirque du Soleil performance. Her latest brush with danger kicks off the case of Piedro “Puddles” Bellinni—a deadbeat dad whose disappearance is linked to a dying girl, a socialite about to inherit a fortune, and a would-be thug whose ego ends up nearly as dented as his car. Amid stalkings, shootouts, and kidnappings, Lora must also survive an unexpected houseguest—a flirty old friend of her live-in boyfriend Adam.
With a cast of characters that includes Camille Caron—a French PI with sharp boots, an even sharper tongue, and whose confidence and poise come from knowing how to drop a man twice her size—and her brother Laurent, an ex-cop and hockey hottie, The First Faux Pas is more caper-style romp than whodunit mystery.

The Lake House Secret, A Romantic Suspense Novel (A Jenessa Jones Mystery)
With her life going from bad to worse, reporter Jenessa Jones is drawn back to her small hometown by a death in her family. When human remains are discovered not far from town, Jenessa is assigned the story, throwing her into the thick of town drama. Caught between her old boyfriend, with whom she shares a sordid past, and her new love interest, who offers her something she has desperately been wanting, Jenessa is embroiled in a homicide investigation that ends up pointing the finger at someone she cares very much about. Can she uncover the truth of this murder before it destroys her family and any chance she has for a happy life?

The Unprintable Big Clock Chronicle (Caitlyn Rocket Mystery No. 1)
Fast-paced, funny, full of holiday charm! Fans of humorous mysteries will love this clever new series featuring Caitlyn Rocket, grad student and part-time newspaper reporter…
After doing The Chronicle’s grunt work for the last six months, Rocket is ready to move out of her cobwebbed cubby hole in the corner. A nearby office robbery gives her a perfect opportunity to prove herself to the managing editor of the newspaper, Ian Beller. According to her boss, all she has to do is find some leads.
Before long Rocket discovers that the small company she’s investigating is a hotbed of secrets and grudges… and if she looks hard enough, she’ll find a winding trail of clues that lead to murder

Fireblossom (The Western Novels)
Daniel “Fox” Matthews, sent to Little Bighorn by the president to keep an eye on hot-headed General Custer, is haunted by guilt for a battle outcome he couldn’t prevent. The raucous gold town of Deadwood, South Dakota seems like the perfect refuge, although it’s located in the Black Hills, sacred land to the same Sioux Indians who decimated Custer’s troops.
Madeleine Avery, raised to be a lady in Philadelphia, is appalled when she arrives in Deadwood with her family. Slowly she unbends, coaxed out of her shell by a powerful attraction to Fox and a journey into the world of the Sioux Indians.
FIREBLOSSOM is a compelling tale of cultures colliding and the bittersweet, tender journey of Fox and Maddie as they discover the secrets of their own hearts.
Author’s note: Maddie’s grandmother, Susan Hampshire O’Hara, is the daughter of Lion & Meagan from TOUCH THE SUN. She also appears in NATALYA as a young woman.

CYBERIONAGE (A Mystery, Espionage and Cyber War Thriller)

The Mossad’s covert cyber espionage supercomputer detects an immanent launch of a nuclear device. Special Agent Moti Kidron is in a race against time to infiltrate and locate the nuke deep behind enemy lines.
A page-turning cyber war thriller aiming to block imminent nuclear holocaust in the Middle East.From Hezbollah controlled Lebanon thru Silicon Valley to the White House situation room – this debut novel is carefully researched, deftly plotted and will keep military thriller and techno geeks glued to every page.
This action packed military thriller pits allies, the worlds top intelligence agencies and special forces against each other here the “technological edge” plays a key role protecting global interests.
A decorated special ops soldier and Mossad cyber hacker, Moti Kidron, is in a race against time to find a rogue Iranian nuke while keeping the United States at bay without disclosing the scope of his infiltration into the core of their networks.
The Israeli Mossad has embarked on the most widespread global cyber espionage program that infiltrates the United States CIA and NSA’s most coveted PRISM systems. A secret artificial intelligence super computer secretly infiltrates the core of
the NSA’s networks enabling a predictive system to monitor and track nuclear proliferation programs around the globe.
Nuclear holocaust is imminent in the Middle East. The Mossad and Israeli prime minister have proof that a rogue nuclear attack originating from Iran is hours from launch. The countdown results in a 4 way nuclear showdown that includes the United States, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Mrs. Mike
‘Mrs. Mike’ is a love story, a true story; the story of Katherine Mary O’Fallon, a sixteen year-old Irish girl from Boston, and Sergeant Mike Flannigan of the Canadian Mounted Police who meet at her uncle’s ranch in Alberta, Canada where she is sent to recover from pleurisy. They meet, they court, they marry and, following Mike’s orders, move to Hudson’s Hope far into the interior of Alberta.
But it is more than a love story between two people: it is also a love story of the land and animals, of the beavers and the ice, the northern lights and the fires, of whooping cough and whiskey running. It is a love story of the First Peoples and their struggles, the immigrants and their hopes and all the people who came and went through Mike and Kathy’s lives.

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