Four Stories Copyright 2004
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The Forever Year-Ronald Anthony
Jesse Sienna doesn't believe in love. Why should he, when it never lasts? His perfectly fine relationship with his girlfriend, Marina, is unspoiled by promises of forever. But that word takes on new meaning when Jesse's widowed father tells him an amazing story from the past-a story that binds Jesse to his father in unexpected ways. With wisdom and gentle humor, this stirring family drama marks an auspicious debut.
*Pure pleasure from beginning to end.-Susan Elizabeth Phillips, author of Breathing Room*
Cold Pursuit-T.Jefferson Parker
It's a crime of passion with few clues and beautiful suspect who swears she's innocent. When San Diego Businessman Pete Braga is slain, homicide detective Tom McMichael is on the case. Only problem is, the Braga and McMichael families are embroiled in a long-simmering feud. Now McKichael must set aside the past to track down a vicious killer. A spellbinding tale of murder, vengeance, and forbidden love.
* Tough and taut... Bottom line: Pursue it hotly.- People*
Lover's Lane-Jill Marie Landis
For six years, Carly Nolan has built a life for herself and her young son. Nobody in her sleepy coastal town would suspect she is on the run from a troubled past. When a sexy stranger arrives in town and sweeps her off her feet, Carly dares to imagine a future of passion and hope. But her new love has a secret of his own- he's a private investigator whose sudden appearance is no accident.
*Heart touching and impossible to put down...this love story is a joy to read.- Booklist*
Temporary Sanity-Rose Connors
Marty Nickerson has her work cut out for her. She is about to try her first case as a defense attorney, defending the innocence of a client who admits he did it. Against a prosecutor who has the whole crime on videotape. In front of a judge with a serious Chip on her shoulder. Crackling courtroom suspense by the author of Absolute Certainty, winner of 2003 Mary Higgins Clark Award.
* For fans of legal intrigue...it doesn't get any better than this.-Kirkus Reviews*
Personally, they are all great.......