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Trove by David McGukin: “When the widow of Blackbeard’s heir finds herself unprepared to deal with his three hundred year old estate, ancient trusts quickly unravel, leaving her exposed with nothing but a haunting curse and a band of mutineers intent on her demise. In her world of vast riches, power, and deception, Luna Belle must navigate murky waters of modern piracy on a secreted Georgia coastal island, while fighting for her fortune, her sanity, and her life.” (August 2012)
Conspiracy of Silence by Glede Browne-Kabongo: ”She has the perfect life—and a secret worth killing for. Nina Kasai is a gorgeous, Ivy League educated executive who would do anything to keep her past a secret, even from her husband. Seventeen years ago, she ran for her life and the truth has been locked away in the pages of her hidden diary, and in the mind of a disturbed woman who will never tell—ever.” (September 2012)
Danse de la Folie by Sherwood Smith: “A light-hearted Regency folly, starring Miss Clarissa Harlowe who wants a quiet life-but falls in love with a smuggler, the marquess of St. Tarval. Tarval’s sister, Lady Kitty, is determined to write a dramatic Gothic to save her brother’s mortgaged estate-if she can reach London. Clarissa’s much-pursued cousin, Mr. Philip Devereaux, is inexplicably intrigued by Lady Kitty, who is doing her best to encourage the match between him and Clarissa, except that Clarissa is now betrothed to… Lord Wilburfolde. And so the madness of changing partners begins in the dance of love.” (September 2012)
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