In it, we meet three women: Mandy, a young reporter struggling with her orientation; Tina, a librarian who fears that her family's history of Huntington's disease is about to come true for her; and Cat, a platonically married... read more
Nothing says, "Good morning!" like finding a bloody corpse in the classroom next to yours. Assistant Superintendent Zeke Chambers had no business being in room seven of Vista Elementary, dead or alive, but dead he was... read more
Barbara Wolfe's safe, undercover life in Tantona is disrupted by Darlene Fisher, a woman with a dangerous boyfriend and who, it turns out, is keeping a big secret about her past.
Can Barbara survive coming out circa 1975 in a small... read more
Stranger Than Fiction by Jeanine Hoffman A self described recluse, artist, and acclaimed author, Tori Monroe is used to being self-reliant. She has chosen a life where she grows and hunts for as much of her food supply as possible. When she isn't outside keeping herself fed, she is writing under one of two pseudonyms or creating... read more
Sky's life transformed from the moment she inherited Sacra Teren. She gained more than just a manor house and a sizable piece of land. She inherited a community, the magic she lost long ago, and a blossoming new love with an old... read more
Finding Gracie's Glory by Pat Cronin Grace Kato spent most of her childhood summers digging for gold in the Canadian Yukon with her grandfather. His mine, Gracie's Glory, has never made him rich, but as a retired soldier it's kept him busy. When circumstances force Grace to leave her job and home in Seattle, Washington, she seeks... read more
Scythian Fields, Part Two by A. L. Duncan 4th Century B.C. Exiled from Rome, Attia Matuna is still adapting to the Sarmatian culture and their politics. The corrodings of her sensibilities, in relation to her hatred of the Roman tribune Petronius Tullus, have at the same time quickened her powerful efforts to establish herself as a... read more
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