Arianne was still innocent when she surrendered herself to him--the charming, debauched stranger whom she loved at first glance. He escorted her through a world of breathtaking sensuality--igniting within her a carnal fire that raged hot and wild and out of control. Then tragic circumstance stole him away, abandoning Arianne to her sorrow...and her need.
Jason had shown his ravishing blueblood wife the road to paradise. Now he is gone, leaving her grief-stricken and in the thrall of a darkly handsome libertine who once shared in their erotic games. But wanton ecstasy alone can no longer satisfy Arianne. For she is a woman with a need to love that can only be nourished by one one very special man.
One of my favorite scifi authors, James Schmitz has created an interesting concept of special agents necessary to keep a Galaxy wide Confederacy at peace and in line, relatively. They came in various forms, but they were all high-powered telepaths.
"Angela enjoyed a pampered existence among French society, but she has had to trade it all and agree to live on her father's New Mexico ranch in order to collect her inheritance...it's a certain insolent man in uniform who is the first irritation of her new life--and an irresistible lure to her heart."
In the dry Nevada desert, a genetic horror is being tested, trained, and perfected. The creatures look like men, speak like men, but kill like beasts--maddened with bloodlust and hungry for the taste of flesh. Human flesh.
Above that desert, pilot Josh Avery flew into a nightmare, a tough career soldier unknowingly "selected" to train this unstoppable, maniacal "weapon" in the skills of combat...
Already captive below, pretty blond PJ Payne screams with terror at being used for "breeding purposes." But no one hears her pleas...and so far, no one has stopped the twisted minds preparing to unleash the fanged, blood-hungry creatures of death upon an unsuspecting world.
#2 in the ANNE OF GREEN GABLES series."It seemed only yesterday that the skinny, freckled redhead had first come to the Island. Now here was Anne, at pretty sixteen, teaching at the Avonlea school and all grown up. Well, not quite grown up. In fact Anne was not very different from her restless young pupils--mischievous and spirited as ever."
"Willie Croft is a small-town Louisiana lawyer who doesn't ask much of life. When oil is discovered on land held by black sharecroppers, Bienville's ascendancy mounts its challenge--and Willie discovers, at long last , the power of courage, love, and the right kind of dreams"
A Sally Harrington story.
"This is Sally's world -- where Sally is making more news than she is reporting. And whether the danger and intrigue involve Hollywood stars or celebrated Mafia dons, Sally Harrington is determined to get to the truth and see that justice is done. Of course, she may just take a few hair-raising and romantic detours along the way.
When the president and a TV journalist finally marry, the momentous occasion is followed by an unspeakable tragedy, a massacre of innocents by gunfire--that ignites a high-stakes game of politics and legal maneuvering in the Senate, the courtroom, and across the country.
Tale of love and danger. Debby's vacation seemed like heaven, ardently pursued by handsome Tim, until a mysterious murder brought suspicion on everyone. And although she was hopelessly in love, Debby began to fear a dangerous secrecy in Tim's actions.
He's a psychic/private detective who finds lost children. She's a medium/social worker who helps ghosts make the final passage and who owns a home for abused children and their mothers. When she goes to bed at night, she "dreams" of super hot sex with him. Whenever he tries to connect with the kidnapped child he's looking for, he finds himself in bed with her. They can't talk with each other and he disappears instantly afterwards. Quite a fascinating story with interesting angles.
The sequel to THE DISTANT BEACON.
"Faith in God and family eventually have brought the Henri Robichauds to Louisiana and, and, finally to a life of tranquility among the bayous. Back in Nova Scotia, the Andrew Harrows have been beacons of light among both the Britishg and the French communities. But the American Revolution has created turmoil on two continents. A letter finds its way to sisters, Anne in England, and Nicole in the New World, bringing news that sends them on a frantic and harrowing journey to THE BELOVED LAND.
Kate Honeycutt of New York is told her financier husband was killed by a shotgun blast while hunting. "Now in a world of ante-bellum mansions, good ol' boys, and steel magnolia women, Kate realizes she is an outsider and in trouble, looking among Jake's kith and kin for a friend to count on...or a killer to fear."
The first book of her Irish trilogy. Brianna Concannon's bed-and-breakfast becomes a cold and empty place during the harsh storms of winter in western Ireland. This year mystery writer Grayson Thane from America, a restless wanderer with a painful past, plans to spend the cold winter alone there. "But sometimes fate has a plan of its own. Sometimes a fire can be born in ice."
"A timeless story of enduring strength and commitment through hardships and joy." When young Emily Evans went off to Bible School, she tried to discover God's will for her life. She is drawn to the vast needs of the prairie settlements. Without a partner, she takes on the task of opening a new church in a pioneer community. And then she meets Shad.