November 2012

Her Mother’s Killer

by Pam Crooks

Adrienne’s Bodyguard

With only hours to go before she signs a crucial deal to secure prime wilderness for the state of Tennessee, Adrienne Morelli must return to the mountain where her mother was murdered. But powerful men oppose the deal, and the killer has never been found. Worse, ominous messages threaten her life, and she’s forced under 24-hour protection, thanks to her father who hires the best bodyguard Silverhawk Investigative Services has on the payroll.

Protector, Lover

The last woman Mick Corrigan wants to protect is Adrienne Morelli. She’s made it clear she can take care of herself–and doesn’t want him in her life. Not after the night he’d broken his Number One Rule: Never get involved with a client. Now his job is to keep her safe and out of his heart. Soon, both seem impossible as together they flee into the wilderness to escape an unseen enemy, her mother’s killer….

A Moment in Time

by B.J. Betts

Jake Houser is trapped in a coma, but a poignant request and true love can cross all boundaries.

“The Christmas Candle”

in Candlelight Christmas

by Mary Connealy

Arkansas Ozarks 1883

Gabe Wagner, has left his hectic city life and moved onto Rose Palmer’s mountain. His plans to build a house will tear the heart out of her Ozark Mountain home. Rose learns that what she calls peace and quiet has evolved into isolation and loneliness.

As Christmas approaches and she searches for the perfect way to honor the Savior’s birth, she realizes she wants to let Gabe into her life. But to do it, she may have to face a larger world that frightens her while she gives up the safe life she has always known.

 Lord Stillwell’s Excellent Engagements

by Victoria Alexander

His lordship is looking for the perfect bride. And indeed, he truly believes he has found her. Each and every time.

Now learn the real story behind . . .

Lord Stillwell’s Excellent Engagements.


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