Tabitha Lee Timmons deals with financial stress, loony relatives, some crooks, an unhappy bride-to-be, a grumpy old man and two heartbreakingly handsome men.
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Party with Silver and Valentin in Moscow as the bear shifters rock the house and entice the Psy.
In the future families are limited to only two children, so Luke has lived his 12 years in fear, until another convinces him that the government is wrong.
Lieutenant Eve Dallas puzzles over a bizarre suicide bombing in a Wall St. office building, one that interrupts a major merger when a man walks in wearing a bomb.
As Matilda, Olivia must lead her first Hunt. But she questions their target’s guilt, the Hunt halts, her mission fails. And Liv digs in to find questions and more.
When a painting apprentice disappears and later the young son of her best friend, Maisie is on the cases, uncovering links to a criminal underworld and a terrible fraud.
With a hard-to-please boss breathing down his neck and a personal life badly in need of relationship advice, Bernie prefers a gentle approach when fixing broken universes.