A trip to glamorous Hollywood brings more than poolside parties, sunny beaches, and Disneyland to adventurous twins Chris and Susan Pratt. When a movie studio executive asks for their help in finding out what’s troubling his actress daughter, the girls go undercover. The Popcorn Project hurls them into in an exciting world of special effects, costumes and makeup…and some real life bad guys! 9th of the Pratt twin series. Young adult fiction by Cynthia Blair; originally published by Fawcett Juniper
Blissfully happy, newly married Carol Briers is shattered when her husband Clive goes missing without a trace. Finding a receipt with the name C Ashley and an address, she sets out in desperate hope to talk to this man. Instead she finds Clive’s brother, Paul Ashley, and learns shocking things about her husband’s criminal activities. Paul helps her to trace Clive, which leads to great danger. Contemporary Romantic Suspense/Gothic by Nancy Buckingham; originally published by Ace
In the fall of 1715, supporters of the Pretender James Stuart launch a revolution that threatens to overthrow George I. Accused of printing seditious pamphlets, Mrs. Kean’s brother Jeremy has been sent to Newgate prison, where he soon finds himself charged with murder. Mrs. Kean and the earl-turned-highwayman, Blue Satan, can only uncover the motive that reveals the killer by first understanding the murderous deed. Third of the Blue Satan Mysteries. Historical Mystery by Patricia Wynn; originally published by Pemberley Press.
When high-powered executive Elizabeth tracked down her long-estranged husband, she discovered to her shock that the corporate shark who had been her mentor had changed beyond all recognition: now Grant was the pastor of a small church in Arkansas. A greater shock was realizing they both still loved each other. Now the question was whether love alone was enough for them to rebuild their life together, when everything else was different. Contemporary Romance by Lynda Ward; originally published be Harlequin SuperRomance
Priscilla Harrowby, a spoiled beauty, was urged to only one goal—to marry a rich man. But she encountered Nick Cannon, an American who saw through her party manners to her real self. After spending a night of passion together, Nick returned to America for his desperately ill mother, and when he returned to England, Priscilla had changed into a striking woman—who refused to consider marriage. Victorian Romance by Martha Schroeder; originally published by Zebra
Four holiday novellas by Patricia Rice: The Kissing Bough, Christmas Goose, Christmas Angel, and Tin Angel. All guaranteed to put you in the festive holiday spirit.
Regency and Victorian Novellas by Patricia Rice; originally published by Signet and Topaz