When Navy Seal Operative Luke Kiersey, who suffers from amnesia, is finally granted leave after five years, he finds himself driving to a house he doesn’t recognize in a town he’s never been to. The house is home to a beautiful woman and a little girl with big blue eyes. Day after day, he drives …
An epic YA adventure story about two friends lost in the Canadian wilderness from Danika Stone
The killer has Hannah in his crosshairs, and she and Josiah will have to work together if she's going to survive.
Pocahontas Mountain- Jasper National Park
Marsha Riegert West shares graduation memories on the Sisterhood of Suspense #blog today. Do you have a graduation story to share? Stop by, we’d love to hear from you 🙂
On Memorial Day, a part of my family and I drove two hours up to Lake Nacona, TX to celebrate the high school graduation of our great niece and cousin. She is the first of her generation to graduate from high school. There will be two more in her family, and we’ll have three more, but not for quite a few years. 🙂
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The experience made me nostalgic about this event. You know your high school graduation is like no other. In college some people decide not to walk, and even if they do, they can have several college graduations, so they lose some of their significance.
I’ve been fortunate to take part in and attend a lot of high school graduations—literally too numerous to count. I was a high school teacher in a former life, and a school board member for eight years in…
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The first novel in USA Today Bestselling Author Beverly Jenkins’s compelling new series follows a Northern woman south in the chaotic aftermath of the Civil War . . . Valinda Lacey’s mission in the steamy heart of New Orleans is to help the newly emancipated community survive and flourish. But soon she discovers that here, …
Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord #blog (which you SHOULD be following!) shared one of my family recipes today. Thanks, Sally!
Welcome to the series of Posts from Your Archives, where bloggers put their trust in me. In this series, I dive into a blogger’s archives and select four posts to share here to my audience.
If you would like to know how it works here is the original post:https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2019/04/28/smorgasbord-posts-from-your-archives-newseries-pot-luck-and-do-you-trust-me/
Time for the final post from the archives of USA Today bestselling author Jacquie Biggarand this week another recipe from Jacquie that brings back memories..also a link to a festive cookbook that looks great.
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Are you a baker?
For me, baking is like pulling teeth, something to be avoided as long as possible. But I do like the heavenly scent of baking in the oven and my family appreciates when I take the time to try, so I’m going to start a Sunday post with #Family #recipes that are as close to fail-safe…
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Can a summer of love make up for a lifetime of secrets?
A life debt… Derek Tower has spent his life at war, first as a Green Beret and then as the owner of a private military company, Cobra International Security. When a high-ranking US senator asks Cobra to protect his daughter, a midwife volunteering in Afghanistan, Derek’s gut tells him to turn the senator down. The …
Breaking the rules This was our home in 2012. We sold it to move closer to our daughter while she attended university. This weekend we're returning to say goodbye to DH's mom. A bittersweet journey.
Sharon Wray broke my heart then mended it together in this soul searching piece about love, loss and why romance novels are so very important in our lives- A Must Read post on the Sisterhood of Suspense #blog!
Standing in my kitchen filled with the warmth of baking sugar cookies and the scent of a cinnamon candle, I pressed the phone harder against my ear. Every one of his ragged breaths spears my heart. His wife, my dearest friend, has died.
And I have no words.
How do you comfort a man who’s lost his wife, his best friend, the one person in this entire world he counted on always to be there, always to love him?
Deep in the hard pit that used to be my stomach I realize you don’t. I can’t.
I finish the call and six teenagers, some mine and some borrowed, race in to find the cookies. I hand them out, present in person but not in heart, as his last words swirls around me.
“Why is this so hard?”
My answer was, “I don’t know.”
Does anyone know how to…
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What would it take to tame a wild cowboy?
From Christina June, author of It Started with Goodbye and Everywhere You Want to Be, comes No Place Like Here, a modern twist on Hansel and Gretel.
He lost his job. He lost his girl. Now it’s all he can do not to lose his life.
The Sisterhood of Suspense #blog share lines with the theme TAKE. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about TAKE
Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.
He loved his rescue pup. It hadn’t taken long for them to bond when he first laid his eyes on Brigh, shaking in the corner of the vet’s office, afraid of the world as she scrunched down to make herself invisible.
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Congrats to all the authors of Do No Harm- A collection of medical thrillers you won't want to miss!
It's Victoria Day weekend in Canada and I want to celebrate the onset of summer with a sale and some pics from my keyhole garden 🙂
You’re invited to a sunny beach town
for a witty, heartwarming romance.
A car accident stole her parents and left her with the second-worst documented case of amnesia in the world.
Sally Cronin creates a masterful piece of speculative fiction from D. Wallace Peach’s May prompt.
After a brief hiatus.. Diana Wallace Peach is back with her monthly Speculative Fiction Prompt and the image is riveting…..not my usual genre…but had fun….
The Enhancement Project by Sally Cronin
They had been working through the night to save his life. The atmosphere in the operating theatre was one of frenzied concentration, with only clipped instructions from the lead surgeon as he worked to stem the bleeding. Scrub nurses moved around the three doctors in an orchestrated dance, slapping instruments into waiting hands, or wiping a brow of its sweat.
Doctor Shanda Graham watched from the gallery and clenched her hands in front of her. If she was religious she would have prayed, but all she could do was focus on the skill and experience of the surgeons working on the man on the table. His enhanced body armour had protected him from the blast on his right side…
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