From one adventure to the next, from a night-blooming cereus to a mission to deliver eight forged passports, this unlikely spy is off with a new hat.
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Life had relaxed back into Garden Clubs and teas, so when Emily Pollifax took the call from the CIA, she was all too ready to leave on a mission halfway across the world.
Fire and Hemlock is an intricate, romantic fantasy filled with sorcery and intrigue, magic and mystery, all background to a most unusual and thoroughly satisfying love story.
When Abi senses the imminent collapse of a bridge only moments before it happens, she saves lives and uncovers her unique Gift—an ability to sense the physical strains in objects.
Annie Fisher soon finds that running from her boyfriend’s troubles doesn’t work when his problems follow her home. With everyone a suspect…
Trapped, Gerard Demille needs a woman. Not just any woman. He needs one who’s malleable, who can be manipulated into freeing him.
When Willa encounters Nathaniel, one of the day-folk, she begins to question what she’s been told for most of her life. Questions that will reveal all too much.