In Yancy (The Landon Saga Book 5) by Tell Cotten, Yancy Landon is losing an election when we meet him again. When he learns that his brother, Cooper, is looking for a boy captured by Apaches, he’s the first to volunteer to join the hunt. In the quest for recovery, how will Yancy react when his values and ethics are challenged? Yancy is the fifth book in the Landon Family Saga.
Rondo (first met in “Confessions of a Gunfighter—Landon Saga Book 1) is ready to settle down and commit to one town where he has hopes of putting down roots and raising a family. His dreams seem unattainable when a friend is killed and Rondo again faces the reality, brutality and violence of the Wild West.
In Finding Mother by Anne Allen, Nicole has lived a tumultuous romantic life with a man who has simply been unable to stay faithful. She ends her marriage and leaves her mostly comfortable life and sets out on a journey to find her biological mother. Nicole’s journey reveals secrets long held but will they be destructive or transformative?
Just Like Other Daughters by Colleen Faulkner, Alicia Richard’s 25-year-old daughter Chloe meets a man named Thomas. They fall in love during their first meeting, and Chloe ecstatically anticipates the wedding and marriage they pledged to have. What might be a happy day for a mother, sends Alicia into a panic? Chloe has the Downs Syndrome. From the moment she was born Alicia loved her and not for a moment did the diagnosis ever change how she felt about her daughter, although she knows that Chloe needs extra help. Can Alicia learn to let go?
In Water’s Edge by Jane Riddell, Magdelyna, a hotelier, gathers her four children for a reunion in Switzerland she has no idea of the unseen baggage they bring with them. Water’s Edge is a story of choices made and life disappointments. Can any of them rise above?
In Betrayal by Serpent by Judith M. Kerrigan, Anna Kinnealy has been struggling since the death of her husband seven years ago. When her husband is officially declared dead and a settlement is looking likely, Anna expects it to all end and for her life to become peaceful again. Little does she know about the dark forces working against her. She’ll face the worst and best that humanity has to offer in her journey from Wisconsin to the Yucatan.
In Trails in the Sand by P.C. Zick, Caroline Carlisle is an environmental writer doing a piece about sea turtles when the BP oil spill happens. Already making people uncomfortable with her relationship with her late sister’s husband, Caroline uncovers family secrets better left in the past. Turtles andTrails in the Sand serve as a reminder that life moves forward.
In First, I Love You (The Downey Trilogy) by Genevieve Dewey, Tommy Gates is investigating his first big case involving organized crime. Complicating his case is his estranged biological father, Mickey, a retired mob boss. Weathering meddling half-siblings and suspicious co-workers, can Tommy solve his big case or will he lose it all? First, I Love You (The Downey Trilogy) is the first novel in the Downey Family Trilogy.