As a member of the royal family in a small European country, Griffin Verdi’s presence is requested at the wedding of the century. The scholarly billionaire feels out of his depth in social situations, so a good assistant is required–especially when dealing with royal etiquette.
Unfortunately for Griffin, he’s stuck with Maylee Meriweather, a pretty, charming, and thoroughly unsuitable woman who doesn’t know a thing about high society–but she sure can kiss. Her lack of polish may sink Griffin, because after all, even his money can’t buy class.
Reading about danger never prepared Samantha Prince for the desperate phone call from her brother in Brazil that sent her from the safety of her New Orleans bookstore into the rugged, inhospitable Amazon in search of him and a hidden treasure. And reading about romance never prepared Samantha to resist the mysterious appeal of Brock Slader, a guide she hired to help her in her quest.
Alone with Brock in an alien world of orchids and anacondas, primitive headhunters and very up-to-date gunmen, she struggles to keep their relationship strictly business. Will Samantha survive the dangers in the jungle only to have her heart broken by a man who lives on the edge–no strings attached?
Coddled her whole life by her father and older sister, Lily Silverton finds herself the sole standing member of her family–her father dead, her sister barely holding onto life after a gruesome attack. Desperate to save her sister from death, Lily finds a beacon of hope in the rogue man that stumbles upon her in the middle of the night.
Garek Harrison has things to do–responsibilities he needs to attend to. Responsibilities that include the need for a good deal of coin. Responsibilities that have nothing to do with the odd woman he meets in the middle of the night, swinging a hammer…
Petra Garfield has no real attachments tying her down to one place. She’s ready for an adventure, so what could be better than an extended stay at Koi House with new friends and old in enchanting Ormond Beach. Having recently lost her mother, Petra is riddled with questions about the father she never knew.
As much as she wants to search for the truth, Petra knows she can’t spend all her time wallowing in the past, and her friends at the Dreamweaver yarn shop aren’t about to let her. The ladies encourage her to volunteer at a local animal shelter, where she hits it off with a young boy–and his handsome father…
“Cleverly designed, Mash Up is the perfect detective read.” -San Francisco Book Review (5 Stars)
Disappointed. Disturbed. Too slow to solve a high-tech crime, leaving a key suspect dead. Qigiq (Inuit for hawk) needs a major change. That change involves pointing his vintage motorcycle south from Alaska to San Francisco. His new partner, the hyper-intense Kandy Dreeson, is set to help him master all things digital when Robina, a violinist from the local college, arrives holding an Amazon box with a thumb inside. The victim may be Robina’s roommate, a free-spirited cellist who hasn’t returned from a date with a mysterious man…