Corsair’s Cove has a reputation for being one of the most haunted places in the Pacific Northwest. Back in Prohibition days, it was a roaring hive of rumrunners, flappers, money, and betrayal. Big Tom Macfarlane and Marigold Mayhew met in the old apple orchard, loved hard, and died young, but their story isn’t finished. Because some betrayals have consequences that echo down through time … and demand the kind of resolution that only true love can bring …read more »
“I finished reading the last page and found myself already craving the next mystery in this addictive series. This time, we traveled to Bodie, California—and as a Californian by birth, my heart was already there, waiting for Daisy and Frederica to arrive. I knew adventure, mystery and murder couldn't be far behind.” —Lori Alden Holuta, author of the Brassbright Chronicles, on The Matchmaker Wore Mars Yellowread more »
Bittersweet is only an acquired taste if you haven’t been craving it half your life …
Can a high-powered but lonely executive and a homebuilder without a home find their way to what each needs most? Or will they be as incompatible as chocolate and lemon cream? And meanwhile, the Wolf of the West is getting more desperate in his quest to bring the last members of his family to true love …
An earthquake strikes. A prince and the engineer who loves him are missing. But is it disaster—or foul play?
Hot on the trail of their missing father, Daisy and Freddie Linden step off the airship Iris in San Francisco de Asis. At the moment they discover their best clue to Papa’s whereabouts, an earthquake levels the city—and a disaster is the best time for a political coup.
The forces of evil have two targets: May Lin, the river witch, and Carlos Felipe, the country’s handsome young ruler. She is sucked alive into a crevasse, having never told the prince she loves him. Carlos Felipe is abducted—with Freddie the only witness. The kingdom will descend into chaos unless someone can find them both—and Daisy and Freddie seem to be the only ones left standing.read more »