The single mother and 40-year-old nurse Beth Sawyer has been burned by love. Her husband left her for a younger woman, and trusting men has been something of an issue. When the hot and young firefighter Jackson Stanton asks her out, she’s hesitant to trust. Beth’s chemistry with the young firefighter is undeniable. When Jackosn becomes a suspect for arson at the city point, will Beth second-guess her trust in him or will she stand by him and risk being burned?
In The Card by Brandon Luffman, Freddie and Brian are playing with Tarot cards when a mysteriously sinister card turns up. None of the three will admit to adding it to the deck. Circumstances lead them to believe that perhaps something bigger than themselves has stepped into the picture and things are about to go very wrong.
It’s 1975 and Aaron O’Connor’s wife and children have been taken by a shadow man that appears in his dreams. D.I. Yvonne Marnak doesn’t believe him and is determined catch Aaron short to find out where he hid his wife and children. Little does she know the great danger they face in the form of Havelock and the Dark Lord. They will stop at nothing to achieve their goal. In the meantime a vicious storm is headed toward London. When D.I. Marnak disobeys orders she will discover that reality is a subjective thing. Will any of them get out alive?
Damien and Janelle are getting their emotional houses in order and together are growing stronger. They take an international trip to spend time together and heal. Lurking in the shadows is an old enemy they’d never expected, waiting for the right time to strike. [easyazon-link asin=”1479146803″ locale=”us”]Mohawk Sunrise[/easyazon-link] is the second novel in the Mohawk series.
In Viral Games by Jan Smolders, Anita Tavares, a high-level official in the fight against AIDS, is killed shortly after getting off a plane in the Dominican Republic. Her bags are taken. Was she killed for her money and valuables or something else her bags might contain? The investigation takes us deep into the corrupt world of relief agencies.
In Leader of the Pack by David Rosenfelt, the Lawyer Andy Carpenter, and his ever-present golden retriever, Tara, go into the therapy business. When visiting a former client and son of a local mob boss in prison, Andy agrees to take Tara to visit the man’s uncle, a former mob enforcer. The uncle, now elderly and a bit senile makes comments to Andy that firm up his belief in his client’s innocence. In typical Andy fashion, he can’t help but dig deeper assisted by his usual team.