The picture of a man she vaguely knew splashed across the front of a tabloid shook Dakota Mitchell to the core. It might be thirteen years after she suffered the double trauma of having her home burglarized the same night her parents died in a car accident, but the man’s tattoo reawakened memories locked hidden away. Pressed to discover the truth of what happened that fateful night, she finds out the man has her mother’s favorite locket. She teams up with her therapy canine, Halo, to take back what belongs to her—even if it means stealing it.
Shot in the Dark
If there’s anything zoologist Josslyn Benoit abhors more than guns, it’s poachers. When an African “fact-finding” mission with a wildlife conservationist group goes horribly wrong and one of their members is shot, Josslyn and her team must flee for their lives. What’s worse? Josslyn must call in a favor from her older half-sister…the First Lady of the United States. She returns to D.C. to hunt down a major importer of illegal animal products and the last thing she needs on her tail is a gun-toting, testosterone-fueled hottie who’s too sexy for words and too bossy to tolerate.
Westward Wanderers-Book One
Compared to an arranged marriage to the odious Bernard Regent, a prairie schooner on the Oregon Trail doesn’t seem like such a bad trade to Amethyst Kent. When desperate Martha Davis reveals her need for a mother’s helper on the trail, Ami decides to up and leave the pampered life she’s always known for a land of freedom. But trail life is hardly a tea party, and Ami must draw from the deepest wells of her faith to survive. With the sunset always before her, and Shiloh Talon, a handsome trail scout, guiding the way, she might just make it through.