Bride by Blackmail by Debbie Lynne Costello is the first book in her Moonlight and Magnolia series. Accused of a theft she didn’t commit; Charlotte Jackson is being blackmailed into marriage to save her family’s reputation. This story takes place in 1880’s Charleston, South Carolina. So, you get a glimpse of southern high society. As in any story you have the person that you do not like and you have the hero. This one is no exception. I found myself cheering for Duncan Macken
Rocky Mountain Revenge by Rhonda Starnes is a stand-alone Love Inspired Suspense novel. Grace Porter comes home to temporarily help in the family vet clinic. But someone doesn’t want her around. With her and her sisters’ lives in danger, Police Chief Evan Bradshaw will have to work extra hard to keep them both safe. For her debut novel Ms. Starnes nailed the suspense! The characters really meshed well together. The story-line kept you interested and on the edge of your seat.
A Castaway in Cornwall by Julie Klassen is a stand-alone book set in picturesque North Cornwall in the early 1800’s. Laura Callaway lives with her aunt and uncle on the coast of England. She makes it a point to walk the beach looking for things that have washed up on shore from shipwrecks along the coast. A man is washed ashore after a wreck and Laura rescues him. She takes care of him and nurses him back to health. But is he who he says he is or is he a danger to them all? I
Forgiven Again by Gina Holder is the second book in her Shadows Over Whitman series. Mayor Kathleen Phillips is running for governor but someone is threatening to ruin her chances by exposing her deep, dark secrets. Local pastor, Ryan Whitestone has been in love with Annie since they were teenagers. Can he love the woman that she has become? There’s danger and surprises around every corner in this story. But there’s also love, hope and forgiveness. No matter what you’ve done
Night Vision by Susan Sleeman is the second book in her Nighthawk Security series. Brendan Byrd stops a murder in the snow-covered woods of Oregon never dreaming how it would affect his life. This story has it all –a small child, Christmas, and nail-biting suspense. I really love the Byrd family. Their love and support for each other is a testament to their up-bringing. I’m always surprised that Ms. Sleeman can keep writing so many great stories that are all so different! She