RAINSTORM by Susana Mohel is here! This new second chance contemporary romance is available everywhere - grab your copy today! About RAINSTORM People say when you’re dying your entire life passes before your eyes. But it is not my time. I’m not about to take my final breath. Although it feels like the end of …
Will these two star-crossed lovers receive a second chance to bake up a forever romance?
Sweet Retaliation Mob Tracker Series Book 1 by Mimi Barbour Genre: Romantic Suspense A virgin librarian with hot-chick potential, the conflicts in her story won’t let you put the book down. Be prepared for an all-nighter… She watches the mob kill her twin and is too frozen with fear to stop them. How can she …
The Falling of Stars is a terrifying revelation of the dangers lurking online, and a must-read in this age of technology. -- Willow Aster, USA Today bestselling author
A convenient engagement…
An inconvenient attraction!
Kathryn Jane poses an interesting question on the Sisterhood of Suspense #blog today. Stop by and share your thoughts, we’d love to hear from you 🙂
by Kathryn Jane
Something we all, yep ALL, need to pay attention to no matter what our circumstances, is self-care.
We live in a world brimming with information, watching bad news from around the world, and being exposed to a great deal of negativity minute by minute. In some ways this is good as we can see that in the grand scheme of things, a roof over our heads and food on our tables puts us among the fortunate.
Still, there is pressure. Pressure to be the best we can be at our jobs, and within our families. Employers and family need us, depend on us in every possible way. We can’t let them down. But apparently, we are letting ourselves down.
We stay late at work without extra pay, we stay up long past bedtime doing laundry, and we get up earlier than the rest so we can prep…
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GRIT, an all-new standalone, friends-to-lovers romance in the 7th and Main series by Elizabeth Hunter is NOW LIVE! He’s been patient; she’s been busy. Patience is running out. Melissa Oxford is a widow with a ranch, an orange grove, a goat-obsessed ten-year-old, and not enough time. She doesn’t have time to make friends. She …
Is Chloe’s mind playing tricks on her again… or has she met this man before?
Read a chilling excerpt from Roberta Eaton Cheadle’s Through the Nethergate.
The myth of Dick Turpin
Fiction writer, Harrison Ainsworth, glamourised thief and highway man, Dick Turpin, in his 1834 novel, Rookwood. The novel is set in England in 1737 at a manor house called Rookwood Place and the plot revolves around the mysterious death of the owner, Piers Rookwood, and the subsequent rivalry for inheritance of the property between his two sons.
During the course of the story, Dick Turpin, a highway man, is introduced at the manor under the pseudonym Palmer. During his stay, Palmer makes a bet with one of the other house guests that he can capture Dick Turpin. He is eventually forced to escape upon his horse, Black Bess. The horse, although fast enough to stay ahead of all the other horses, eventually collapses and dies from the stress of the escape.
In the novel, Ainsworth describes Turpin as galloping north in the dark: “His blood…
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She’s falling hard, but the strong, silent rancher doesn’t trust in love.
Excellent lines with the theme JUDGE on the Sisterhood of Suspense #blog today!
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about JUDGE
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This quiet time between the moon’s sleep and the sun’s awakening was Etienne’s favorite part of the day. Few people were out, and no one was around to judge.
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