Kacy McGrath witnesses her husband disappearing into the stormy sea. When he is declared dead she changes her name and moves to Ireland to escape the past. Braedon Roche travels to Ireland to find Kacy- he thinks she was part of her husband's sketchy art world dealings. He doesn't count on falling in love with her or that other, more menacing character have followed Kacy to Ireland as well.
Strange things have been happening to Cissy Cahill ever since her mother Marla (from Jackson's "If She Only Knew") escaped from prison. Three people have been murdered and now Cissy fears for the lives of those she cares about most, including estranged husband Jack and son B.J. As always, Jackson weaves a mysterious web with several red herrings throw in to keep you guessing til the end.
Tabitha March is a psychic who can see other people's dreams. She contacts Detective Nate Darling after she sees a murderous dream which is then reenacted in real life. Nate is cynical and disbelieving of her psychic power, but he is nonetheless attracted to Tabitha. When more bodies turn up they must work together to solve the crimes. Quick read, enjoyable.
Two from Shayne's "Wings in the Night" vampire series. "Born in Twilight" brings together Jameson Bryant and Angelica. Through a government experiment, the two have a baby and must come together to rescue her. "Beyond Twilight" is a shorter story about Agent Ramsey Bachman who pursues and ultimately falls for vampire Cuyler Jade. I have to say I'm not usually a fan of vampire fiction, but I did enjoy these and look forward to reading more.
Sam, a bounty hunter mistakes Catherine MacPherson for her more flamboyant twin Kaylee and takes custody of her. There is also a dim witted contract killer after Kaylee. The book is a quick read with a nice romance. Not Andersen's best, but good if you like this author.
This is cute book- first in the Dundee series. Delaney wants a baby and is convinced by her friend Rebecca that one night stand is the way to go. When she becomes pregnant, she has to deal with Conner (the father) move to Dundee, his anger and the tarnishing of her reputation. Definitely a bit dated and so obviously an early Novak but like I said, it was cute.
Three steamy romances:
"Good With His Hands" by Lori Foster, "Miss Extreme Congeniality" by Erin McCarthy and "Last Call" by Morgan Leigh. If you are familiar with these authors and this genre you won't be disappointed. Foster and McCarthy are old hands at this and Leigh (who is new to me) fits right in.
When Kira Douglas tries to donate a kidney to her dying mother she makes a stunning discovery: she was switched at birth and is not her mother's daughter. She finds her mother's actual child and must convince this woman to save her mother. Along the way, attempts are made on her life and she must solve the mystery of the birth switch. Good mystery, definite attention getter!
Three of Maggie Shayne's paranormal romance stories:
"Everything She Does is Magic"- Aurora Sortiledge has grown up with Nathan McBride not knowing that her three witch aunts have done everything that they can to keep him a virgin so that she can fulfill her destiny as a witch.
"Musketeer by Moonlight"- tells the story of Mary Catherine Hammersmith, a PI on the run from the mob, who unwittingly conjures up a musketeer to assist her.
"The Com and the Crusader"- Jack McCain, a con man, is running from the cops and the mob. He jumps into a magic well and ends up married to farmer Emily Hawkins in the year 1890.
Tanzy Harrington is a columnist who writes about romance. Her cynical wolf/sheep theory attracts the attention of what could be a stalker. Her great aunt hires Riley Parrish to protect her. Tanzy soon finds herself involved with Riley and learns some new things about herself in the process. Quick read.