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Worth The Fall (The Worth Series Book 3: A Copper Country Romance)
Alison is way too smart to be this dumb about a guy.
Alison Jukuri is the smart one. But it hasn’t seemed to help her much in her relationships with men. And now she’s on the verge of making one, big stupid move.
Again.
Petey Ryan has spent his life hitting and being hit as a defenseman in the NHL. But now he’s about to go up against his biggest foe of all … tiny Alison Jukuri.
A woman with whom he shares a long-held secret.


To Free a Spy
The Boeing 747 is minutes from inflicting a nuclear event of Hiroshima proportions on Los Angeles! Can the man hand-picked by the President unravel the web of espionage, extortion and smoldering revenge in time?
United States National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden rocks the White House to its foundation when he provides secret NSA documents to the Washington Post alleging that the U.S. gathers telephone and email records of its citizens and electronically spies on its international neighbors. President Garrison Cross and the U.S. face unyielding condemnation from leaders around the world and Democrats and Republicans alike at home. If Cross needs any more heat it comes when he learns that a CIA mole has outmaneuvered the FBI and a Russian scientist has escaped from a closed Soviet weapons factory known as Kremlyov with a cache of weapons-grade nuclear material, whereabouts unknown.
The besieged President jerks the FBI out of the loop and brings in Cam Warfield, a darkside intel veteran who runs a counterterrorism training center for the Army and lives with the beautiful Dr. Fleming DeGrande on her ranch in suburban Virginia. But the vengeful FBI director pulls the rug from under Warfield and the nukes end up in treacherous hands.


Black Irish: A Novel
In this explosive debut thriller by the New York Times bestselling author of Empire of Blue Water, a brilliant homicide detective returns home, where she confronts a city’s dark demons and her own past while pursuing a brutal serial killer on a vengeful rampage.
Absalom “Abbie” Kearney grew up an outsider in her own hometown. Even being the adopted daughter of a revered cop couldn’t keep Abbie’s troubled past from making her a misfit in the working-class Irish American enclave of South Buffalo. And now, despite a Harvard degree and a police detective’s badge, she still struggles to earn the respect and trust of those she’s sworn to protect. But all that may change, once the killing starts.
When Jimmy Ryan’s mangled corpse is found in a local church basement, this sadistic sacrilege sends a bone-deep chill through the winter-whipped city. It also seems to send a message—one that Abbie believes only the fiercely secretive citizens of the neighborhood known as “the County” understand. But in a town ruled by an old-world code of silence and secrecy, her search for answers is stonewalled at every turn, even by fellow cops. Only when Abbie finds a lead at the Gaelic Club, where war stories, gossip, and confidences flow as freely as the drink, do tongues begin to wag—with desperate warnings and dire threats. And when the killer’s mysterious calling card appears on her own doorstep, the hunt takes a shocking twist into her own family’s past. As the grisly murders and grim revelations multiply, Abbie wages a chilling battle of wits with a maniac who sees into her soul, and she swears to expose the County’s hidden history—one bloody body at a time.


Hearts and Harvest (Truly Yours Digital Editions)
e Berringer family lost everything in the financial crash of 1893. From a life of privilege, they now work a potato patch on borrowed land. William’s resentment toward his current situation—and God for allowing it—simmers barely beneath the surface.
Annabelle Lawson delivers food to the workers on her father’s donated land. As she learns their stories, she becomes increasingly drawn to their plight. Especially that of the inscrutable William Berringer.
Can Annabelle and William overcome the stigma placed upon his family by a society that once embraced them? Will her parents remember their own meeting or forbid this budding romance altogether?