Action packed romantic suspense by USA Today, NY Times and international Bestselling Authors. Novels guaranteed to sweep you away with danger and excitement filled pages you won’t soon forget! Discover Southern steam and a deal with the devil, amnesia and intrigue on a horse ranch, fame gone terribly awry, star-crossed lovers haunted by betrayal, and an elegant hotel where danger lurks behind every door.
This collection includes:
Rx Missing: A Deborah Security Novel by Rebecca York
Max wakes up in a luxury hotel where anyone could be a foe–even the beautiful brunette he rescues from a savage beating.
Sons of Silver Springs: Heart of A Lawman by Patricia Rosemoor
Can Bart protect Josie from the past that’s threatening their future together?
Twilight’s Encore: Wounded Hearts Book #3 by Jacquie Biggar
One man’s betrayal will seal another’s fate.
Sink or Swim by Stacy Juba
After her stint on a reality TV show, personal trainer Cassidy Novak returns home to discover she has attracted a stalker.
Cocktail Cove: A Southern Steam Novel by Jennifer Saints
The only things to do when life shakes you up and pours you on rock bottom is fake amnesia to escape the mob and fall in love.
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Excerpt from Stacy Juba’s Sink or Swim
Cassidy sat poised in her chair as former contestants filed onto the soundstage at WBC in New York. Together, the studio audience and television viewers had watched the recorded footage of her walking the plank. Gabriel would now interview the competitors from the inaugural season one final time. More importantly, he would announce her prize. If it erased most of her debts, then it would at least make this whole embarrassing experience worthwhile.
Cassidy’s heart kicked in her chest and sweat moistened her brow. As one of her old teammates entered, her heart rate skyrocketed for a different reason. Josh Sanchioni slid into a bucket seat, carrying himself stiffer than normal in his sharp gray suit. Studio lights caught his sunbleached strawberry blonde waves, brightening the reddish gold tints.
Cassidy slipped her gaze to his leather shoes. If Josh hadn’t been engaged, they could have been an item. Instead, they’d been good friends until that one evening when the cameras were off and they almost kissed. They’d both realized their mistake and backed away. Things were strained until Josh walked the plank a week later. Tonight, not only did Cassidy have to face Josh, she would probably meet his fiancée.
Her cheeks heating, Cassidy focused on the competitor beside Josh as a distraction. Adam Horton sat erect, hands folded in the lap of his olive green khakis. He wasn’t military, but he dressed like an Army wannabe. His reptilian eyes drilled into Cassidy, his angular face revealing the shape of bones underneath. A blond goatee darkened his pointy chin. Cassidy shuddered involuntarily. Adam never said much, but he made her uncomfortable just the same.