Flight of Angels
In stunned disbelief and dawning horror, Beth is trapped in the reality of the inexplicatble when a woman dead for 600 years infiltrates her body and her marriage. From the moment she rubs the brass plaque of long-dead Olivia Avenlyng while touring Great Britain, two worlds collide. Olivia freely inhabits Beth's body, and Beth is pulled back in time to relive the terror of Olivia's life, torn between love and duty. Whose baby is she carrying, her own or Olivia's?
Like A River, My Love
Verity, running away from betrayal, travels west in 1778 with George Rogers Clark and his small army. Trey, Clark's guide, was content with the virgin wilderness and his freedom until he saw Verity fighting with a goat, of all things, on a muddy hillside. Can she learn to trust again? Can he come to grips with a need to be footloose? They find hostile Indians, all the dangers of river travel, and each other while heading toward the conflict at Kaskaskia, in Illinois country.
Keeper of the Singing Bones
In the middle of a Jamaican jungle, Juliet begins to suspect the man she is growing to love may be part of a political coup. Together they battle insurrection, Rastafarians, and duppy-infested caves in search of her missing brother.
A Trivial Pursuit
To her dismay Lauren finds herself falling in love with a man who is committed to non-commitment. He is not interested in marriage. She knows it would be foolish to give herself emotionally to this man when their values are so far apart. Still, she cannot seem to stop the headlong rush of her heart.
My Pretty Lady
Ellen Fields is widowed and left with three children, debts and a lifestyle that must change. She finds love the second time, her true soul-mate, with a man and a situation totally unacceptable to society. Can she find happiness when all the choices are wrong?
When the Wind Blows
When six-year-old Gilly is kidnapped, his mother, with only a red-headed, tea-drinking Scots policeman to help, desperately tries to find him before he is murdered.
Eye See You
Upon her return home from a business trip, Emily discovers a flash drive in her carry-on bag. Discovering it's encrypted in a foreign language, she's first confused, then horrified, when she realizes she's being stalked. Her house is ransacked, her purse stolen and someone tries to murder her. She doesn't know who to trust.
Spring has come early along the Oregon Trail. Jenny Nation, her husband and five-year-old daughter are only three weeks into the trip by wagon train when Daniel is killed. Frozen in grief and fear, Jenny must make up her mind whether to press on with the train or turn around and go back to Independence. She chooses to go on, knowing she’ll have to drive the wagon alone, care for the oxen, hunt for food, and possibly fight Indians. Through stultifying heat, terrifying storms, walking beside the oxen, a buffalo stampede, and the kidnapping of her daughter by the Comanches, Jenny refuses to give up. “Every step brings me closer to Oregon,” she tells herself, over and over again. Jenny somehow finds romance with the train’s guide, Zane Thatcher. To keep Jenny—a lone woman—from being thrown off the train as a burden, Zane agrees to be responsible for her. However, it isn’t easy because Jenny insists on being independent and they argue at every juncture. In spite of it all, she faces the challenges of the trail with growing confidence, courage, and humor. “Every step…Oregon. Every step…”