What would you do if you knew how many years you had left to live? In an After Timer world, people know exactly how their choices impact their longevity. Connor only has two years left on his timer. Is starting a relationship the right thing to do? With a Grim Reaper type of serial killer on the loose killing those with timers about to expire? D.I. Frank Stewart must work to find the killer and his next victims.
In Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius, Frank is at his lowest when he meets Chloe in a soup kitchen and they give each other hope. When they meet again, Chloe is at her lowest. Frank helps her recover and they build a connection but is it one meant to last?
In Wreathed by Curtis Edmonds, Wendy Jarrett has a deep dissatisfaction with her life. When Wendy’s mother asks her to go along to an ex-boyfriend’s funeral, Wendy meets Adam Lewis, nephew of the deceased and man of her dreams. When the deceased leaves his house to Wendy’s mother instead of his rightful heir, Wendy decides to find out why.
In Orange Blossom by Sarah Daltry, Lily and Jack have had a rough road individually and together. As Jack is preparing to go on with his life in the adult world can their relationship survive? When Jack betrays Lily in the worst way, did they ever have a chance?
Nicola’s on-and-off boyfriend, Max, has hurt her for the last time. It’s now time to focus on the development of her acting career and keeping her mind as far away from romance as she can. Max is deeply sorry for hurting Nicola but is sure they’re better off as friends though the attraction between them is strong making him wonder if he’s better with her than without. With the drama of theater, jealous divas and a generally crazy cast can Nicola and Max reunite or are they better off without each other?
Carol is a people pleaser who wants nothing more than to be seen as the perfect girl. To the outside world, her quest is going well but Carol’s world is something of a mess. Can this people pleaser realize that she’s far from pleasing the one person she should—herself—and change her path?
In Anatomy of Desire by Ayana Prende, eight months into her marriage, Katherine Forrester has yet to submit to her husband. Her concerned mother-in-law and increasingly impatient husband send her to Dr. David Henshaw for help. Can she trust Dr. Henshaw and learn to do her duty to her husband or is institutionalization the answer?
In Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn, Colin Bridgerton has been traveling the Regency world and is not surprised when he returns to be the focus of the matchmaking mamas. He understands that he must start looking for a wife and is greatly surprised when his sister’s best friend, Penelope, is the woman catching his eye. Penelope has had a crush on Colin for years but is a realist. At 28, she is firmly on the shelf and destined to watch her beloved Colin raise babies with one of the glittering young women new to the marriage market. When it becomes clear to Penelope that Colin isn’t the carefree man he projects to the world, will his inner darkness scare her away? Romancing Mister Bridgerton is the fourth book in the Bridgerton series.
In Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens, Honoria Weatherby is a governess in Regency England. When she finds herself compromised by the dangerously dark Devil Cynster, he shocks everyone by asking for her hand in marriage. Not even those who know Devil best think he’ll go through with the wedding. Honoria has no intention of tying herself down to a man. She’s looking for adventure. When a Cynster cousin is murdered she vows to find the killer and then head into the wide world for a taste of the unknown. Can she deny her growing attraction to Devil and would she trade attraction for what she always thought she wanted?Devil’s Bride is the first in a series of Cynster novels now reaching over twenty installments.
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