Leah's mother had disappeared a year ago, then suddenly reappeared looking forty years younger. She vanished again, but this time, left behind her solar-powered smartphone. Was Leah brave enough to look for clues on it? And where had Mom disappeared to? Again. Then there was the strange call from Lord James Melbourne who claimed to have vital information. He was definitely a hottie, seemed sweet and generous, but could she trust him?
**Note: The books in The Fairies Saga are numbered for historical sequence only. Each is a stand alone story. If you decide you want to know more about a character: where they came from or where they eventually wound up, check outyour book's number and go from there! (Much like the Star Wars movies)
The Fairies Saga, tales of time travelers and their friends and family who bounce between the present day and the 18th century, interacting with the 'fictional' characters of the 'Lost' romance novels. Revenge, intrigue, and passion were never so sweet.
Book 2 of the romantic suspense
series The Paladin Group. Set in a small southern town, these wounded air force
veterans, men and women warriors turned civilian lawyers and investigators, are
determined to continue their rescue work with an assist from the older
generation of veterans.
Survival is still her #1 mission
Sara Gallagher escaped the memories
of a painfully shy childhood and her hopeless crush on the boy next door by
joining the USAF where Senior Airman Gallagher excelled as a SERE- Survival,
Evasion, Resistance, Escape instructor. But when a training accident leaves
Sara scarred and deaf in one ear, she returns home to join the Paladin Group.
Chris Braxton had always been
Peachwood’s golden boy, and finally became a rookie major league pitcher, until
a drunk driver shattered his shoulder and his dreams. Now entrepreneur Chris’
upscale sporting goods company is negotiating a nationwide expansion. Enroute
to a crucial meeting, he overhears phone call outlining the details of an
upcoming felony. When Chris and his family are threatened, he turns to the