A menace is stalking child psychologist Jocelyn Gold. A random event? Or a client’s revenge? When darkness falls, the danger deepens… with FBI agent Sam Pierce at her side.
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Even with her body calling out for his, Ania won’t let anything stop her from settling a deadly score years in the making—not even the man who wants to claim her as his mate.
It’s their first anniversary, and Indigo is frantic to find a romantic gift for Drew, something that’s at least half as romantic as what Drew dreams up for her.
It’s two wrecked souls — Bailey Masterson and Streeter Hale — spinning out of control as they desperately try not to fall in love, even as Olivia Hale pulls them in.
Who knew Faith had such a fun ability? It certainly makes life more interesting for a sculptor…who likes to chase her around the house.
Stalked by her monster of a foster brother, Grace Murphy saves Vittorio Ferraro’s life. Now she’s under his protection, and she discovers the truth of the man and his desires.
A vacation/conference on the Olympus Resort turns into murder, one complicated by the hatred of one cop for the son of the crook who got away.