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“...the real treasure of SWEET AUTUMN SURRENDER is the love Ellie Jarrett has to give to Kale and his family.” —THE BOOK SHELF Ellie Langstrom has built a quiet, simple life on a ranch in Summer Valley, married to the gentle, older Benjamin Jarrett, the love of her life. But that dream is shattered when she finds Benjamin’s bullet-riddled corpse on the back doorstep and watches her barn burn to the ground. Ellie doesn’t know who is after her or why, so she telegraphs Benjamin’s far-flung brother Carson for help. Two months later, a Jarrett brother finally arrives—not Carson, Texas Ranger, but the blue-eyed gunfighter, Kale Jarrett. Ellie is terrified of guns and of the handsome gunslinger now living in her house. But she needs him...maybe in ways she doesn’t want to admit.
“...a high adventure, bursting with the flavor of México” —RT BOOK REVIEWS Aurelia Mazón lives with only one goal: to escape her high-mountain silver mining town for the big city. Though her father owns the mine, she wants more from life. After her father vows to send Aurelia and her mother to Guanajuato if the silver thefts at the mine continue, Aurelia sets a plan in motion to make her dreams come true. But just when her plan begins to work, the unthinkable happens: a handsome stranger, a gringo, is arrested for the thefts. Aurelia has no choice but to break the gringo out and escape with him into the Sierra Madres, where she falls into his arms. There, she learns the gringo is Carson Jarrett, a Texas Ranger. Chased through the Sierras by the Federales, Carson realizes that their budding, passionate romance cannot come to pass: the Mazón family will never allow Aurelia to marry a gringo. But Aurelia’s ingenuity and indomitable spirit will say otherwise.
“Vaughan possesses a remarkable command of place and sensation. Readers will feel the whalebone stays digging into Sabrina's sides as her mother laces her to fit a too-tight gown.” —CRESCENT BLUES BOOK VIEWS Fort Davis, Department of Texas, 1868. Sabrina Bolton lives with an omnipresent feeling of guilt: her twin sister’s death when the girls were five left their mother in a perpetual state of melancholy. Now, fourteen years later, everything Sabrina does brings the admonishment “Proper young ladies don’t...” Sabrina wants more. She wants to treat people at the post hospital; she wants to work at her father’s off-base mercantile with her friend, Rosa Ramírez; and she wants romance. Then her mother makes the ultimate choice—a suitor for Sabrina. Sabrina cannot summon one romantic feeing for Captain Lon Jasper. Indeed, he criticizes her behavior as much as her mother does. Then the man called Tremayne rides onto the base and straight into Sabrina’s heart. Tremayne was reared by Apaches after his parents were murdered by unknown assailants, and he considers himself an outcast in both worlds. To him, all white-eyes women are witless. As if to prove the point, he almost runs down a fiery-haired woman who has wandered into the street and tripped on her skirts. He helps her stand, and from that moment they find no peace unless they are together. As their love grows, Tremayne knows he must leave Sabrina. Together she would be an outcast, too.
“A compelling romance that incorporates all the mystery, adventure, and passion of a historical novel with a fresh approach—the perfect tale for the reader who craves a hint of the unusual within a love story.” —RT BOOK REVIEWS Mississippi River, 1879. Delta Jarrett is desperate to end the recurring dreams that haunt her: disturbing, passionate dreams about her ancestor, pirate Anne Bonny, and Anne’s lover, Calico Jack. Their romance happened over a hundred years before, but now, in 1879, Delta is still enamored with their world. In an attempt to purge the dreams, Delta agrees to serve as a reporter for her brother-in-law Hollis’ newspaper, the St. Louis Sun. She would cover stories onboard a Louisiana showboat, the Mississippi Princess, at each port of call, and for the festivities later in New Orleans. Brett Reall, on the run from a murder he did not commit, is back in the bayous of Louisiana after a decade, disguised and on the lookout for bounty hunters and the law. His enemies could be anywhere, but after boarding the Mississippi Princess and seeing Delta, he has a new fear: pulling this beautiful woman into harms’ way. Delta can sense the danger that surrounds Brett, but her vivid dreams and growing love for this real-life pirate draw her closer and closer to him, and to disaster.
“A superbly spun tale of love and desire that will capture your heart from the beginning. An emotionally layered and thoroughly engaging story of love lost and found.” —PAPERBACK FORUM The year is 1879, and Molly Durant has fallen on hard times. When her mother died, Molly was left with a dilapidated boarding house and five siblings, all of whom she was determined to keep together. But with no boarders, thieves stealing her family’s timber, and her banker fiancé set on sending her siblings to foster homes, fate seems against her. Then Molly gets an unexpected knock on her door. There, standing before her, is the man to whom she once foolishly gave her body, the same man who abandoned her: Rubal Jarrett. Or someone who looks like him? The man claims to be Jubal, twin brother of Molly’s old lover, here to survey a route for a railroad through the timberland. “Jubal” soon has the boarding house brimming with paying guests, Molly serving meals to the public, and the family of siblings pitching in to help. He plans to help her turn her life around. Only then can he leave without a guilty conscience. He will not run out on her again. But memories of that long-ago night with her race through his head and hum in his ears. He dismisses a fleeting thought: “This time, Jarrett, you might get caught in your own trap.”
Die Macht eines Drachen, die Seele eines Mädchens, das Herz eines Helden Seit Jahrhunderten herrschen sie neben dem Kaiser über das Reich: die Drachenaugen, Auserwählte der magischen Drachen und Träger ihrer Macht. Eona träumt davon, eine von ihnen zu sein, schließlich hat sie die seltene Gabe, die Drachen in ihrer wahren Gestalt zu sehen. Aber Mädchen und Frauen ist es unter Todesstrafe verboten, Magie zu wirken. Als Eona sich als Junge verkleidet in die Auswahlzeremonie schmuggelt, geschieht das Unglaubliche: Der lange verschollene Spiegeldrache erwählt sie zu seiner magischen Novizin. Doch ihr Geheimnis blieb nicht unentdeckt ...

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