Publication Date: September 10, 2017
It’s 1929 and Silent Film Ingenue. Lottie Landry returns to the home of her adopted parents just outside of Chicago with her intended husband and frequent co-star, Noble Howard. Lottie isn’t sure about the engagement as her affections lie elsewhere. When things with Lottie don’t go his way, Noble threatens to expose what he believes has been going on between his lady love and her adopted father, media mogul Ransom Warne. Will it be a scandal or something more sinister that brings death to the household?
Continue reading Coattails and Cocktails: Murder with a Twist by Rumer Haven
Publication Date: April 16, 2017
It’s 1955 and Catherine is a college student. She travels from California to Arkansas to help her father sort out her grandmother’s situation in the wake of his father’s death. She reconnects with Jimmy, the son of her grandmother’s housekeeper and her favorite playmate as a young child. The attraction between them is strong, but the south is a dangerous place for a black man showing anything other than casual indifference to a white woman. Will their love survive the hate of those around them?
Continue reading Arkansas Summer by Anne Moose
Publication Date: July 26, 2016
It’s 1780 and the Revolutionary War is raging. Sumner Meador has lost everything and pledges to do what he can for the patriot cause. When he arrives at his farm he finds Jane, a woman who has also suffered a devastating loss. Sumner doesn’t have time for distractions and Jane is determined to remain alone but despite their best efforts, love is in the air. Can their love survive the war?
The Bastard Son is the second book in the “Winds of Change” series.
Continue reading The Bastard Son (Winds of Change Series Book 1) by Jerri Hines
Publication Date: July 28, 2015
In 1894 Captain Richard Dreyfus, a French Artillery Officer was convicted of treason for passing military secrets to the Germans. Dreyfus was sent to Devil’s Island in French Guiana to live out his sentence. When a few years later evidence that Dreyfus was innocent was discovered, the French military did everything they could to suppress the information. French journalist, Emile Zola, ran with the story of the gross injustice in the periodical J’Accuse and became a target of those looking to keep the story under wraps and Dreyfus incarcerated. To Live Out Loud is the story of this historic case and Zola’s coverage of it and the ultimate pursuit of justice at all costs.
Continue reading To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin
Publication Date: June 6, 2017
As lawyer Bus McIntyre digs into the past of his murdered father, he uncovers a dangerous secret. At the same time, a protege of Edward Snowdon discovers that a project purporting to look for new information in the assassination of JFK is actually identifying people with new information and eliminating them. Is Bus the next victim?
Continue reading Knoll: The Last JFK Conspiracist by Stephen Hillard
Publication Date: June 3, 2014
It’s 1794 in Pennsylvania and the local tax collector, Roger Clymer, has the unenviable task of collecting a new whiskey tax. When opposition starts to rise, Roger and his son wait for the arrival of George Washington and his troops with a limited number of bullets and a rising zombie horde.
Continue reading Zombie Rebellion by Sean Munger
Publication Date: January 16, 2014
Business is dropping off for Lanista Laeca, a master of a gladiator school, and he’s eager to find the next big thing. When a gladiator brings fighting the undead back from a faraway land, Lanista knows he has found his moneymaker. Who will win in Gladiators vs. Zombies?
Continue reading Gladiators vs. Zombies by Sean-Michael Argo
Publication Date: June 26, 2012
The Duke of Ravenham (Dex) lost a bet and must bring Miss Gabriella (Brie) Gordon into society. Her family connections are not desirable in London society, but Dex may be the one man that can help her make a brilliant match. As Dex gets to know Brie and their friendship builds, will he be able to let her go?
Continue reading Gabriella (Hiatt Regency Classics Book 1) by Brenda Hiatt
Publication Date: June 22, 2016
Mrs. Valerie Carlton is the widow of a soldier that died in the Peninsular Wars. When she marries for love, Valerie’s social-climbing father disowns her. With her husband gone, she finds herself making her way as a governess. When an employer’s son gets a little too aggressive, Valerie finds herself without a job or a reference. Making her way to the home of a friend, Valerie’s pocket is picked and that’s when she meets Sir Tarquin Arlingby, a much sought after bachelor headed to his family’s home to appease his matchmaking mama. Tarquin isn’t looking for love but finds the young widow quite appealing and as they connect, recognizes some skills that could be useful on a covert quest for the realm. Can Tarquin and Valerie work together for the good of England and then part ways, or have they built a bond that will last?
Continue reading Lady, Lover, Smuggler, Spy (The Arlingbys Book 3) by Alicia Quigley
Publication Date: July 2, 2015
Hidden by Moonlight is the story of the five immortal children of Nut (primary Gods of Egypt). Nebt-Het (Nephthys) longs to be remembered and interacts in a way that could be damaging to the emerging civilization. Can she make her mark without destroying what her brother and sisters have done?
Continue reading Hidden By Moonlight by Embahra Maat