Chase the Moon: A Historical Romance is the latest book from Lynn Hubbard, Bestselling Author of Run into the Wind Back Cover: Amelia is enraptured by Chase's charm and his touch. Will she fit into his world? Or, will Chase give up everything to fit into hers? Set in Mississippi 1886 Meet Chase Stafford. Chase inherited his mother's Comanche blood and his father's sense of humor. After receiving a wedding invitation from his brother Brock, he heads off on a train to Mississippi. Along the way, he runs into Amelia. Half asleep, he mistakes her flowing alabaster hair for that of a banshee. After starting off on the wrong foot can Chase's charm persuade her to give him another chance? Amelia's initial encounter with Chase was unsettling to say the least. The glamorous city girl was taken aback by Chase's forwardness. Nevertheless, she is bound and determined to awaken the sensations that only he can unleash. www.lynnhubbard.com
Elijah Moon, his sons, his beautiful daughter Gracie and their families are trying to dwell simply in this modern world. Living off the land in rural Kentucky, they adhere closely to the words of the Bible. But there is more going on at their compound than either Elijah or Gracie realises. In fact, a man has been killed for knowing too much. When the victim's twin, Jake Baretta, arrives at the compound to search for his twin's killer, he struggles to keep his heart and attraction to Gracie to himself, and his mind on the job. Everyone knows the first rule of undercover work: Never fall in love with enemy.
Young readers will witness rare and extraordinary natural event as a baby loggerhead hatches from its shell. With nothing but the light of the moon to act as a guide, readers will follow the newborn turtles’ harrowing attempts to outpace a series of predators on their march toward the glistening shore. After only narrowly avoiding hungry crabs, owls, and foxes, the turtle rides ocean waves to a calm clearing. Following a moment of peace in the still ocean water, the turtle joins the rest of its pack on a dive into the moonlit sea to continue the voyage home. Told with a beautiful, lyrical rhyming sequence, this book introduces readers to the birth cycle of a loggerhead sea turtle. Through the newborn turtle’s eyes, both kids and adults will marvel at the majestic, and sometimes dangerous seaside landscape from a perspective rarely seen before.
As Beta for the Cutter's Folly pack, it's up to Chase LaRoche to find the rogue shifter that's leaving a trail of dead bodies to their back door. Imagine his surprise when he finds a hunter camped out, already on the job? And not just a hunter, but a Hunter, the kind that targets the supernatural. Tagging along with her is probably the dumbest thing he can do. Can he keep what he is a secret? And can he keep from wanting to devour her himself?Emma Hale thinks she knows all about werewolves. She learned how to track almost before she could walk. Hanging out at the mall, friendships, the prom - none of those things mattered, because she accepted her father's word that ridding the world of werewolves is her true calling. When she stumbles across Chase in the woods, naked and caught in one of her traps, it never occurs to her to fear him. He's too charming to be the rogue wolf she's after. But she might just be in danger of losing her heart.
I'm the hero - or so they say. A new series by USA Today bestselling author, Sarah K. L. Wilson. I've never been all that excited about the title - especially now that they're saying the word "sacrifice" along with it.I'll do what I have to do to help Bataar's people, but with Saboraak thinking I've gone mad and my mimic causing me trouble, it might be harder than I ever expected.I need to get out of here fast - before a war starts or I end up dead. Perfect for dragon lovers everywhere, DRAGON CHAMELEON: CHASE THE MOON is episode seven of DRAGON CHAMELEON. The adventure begins when you one-click today! Expect a new episode every second Wednesday. Always free in Kindle Unlimited.
Feline PI Joe Grey and his friends pounce on several investigations that may connect to one large mystery —including a case that is very personal… Joe Grey and his tabby lady, Dulcie, are frantic when Courtney, their teen kitten, goes missing. Aided by their two- and four-legged friends, they hit the streets of Molena Point in search of their calico girl. Courtney has no idea that everyone is looking for her. Kidnapped, locked in a luxurious upstairs apartment above the local antiques shop, she begins to enjoy her first lone adventure as the shop’s owner, Ulrich Seaver, pampers and flatters her. Sheltered by her parents, her brothers, and her kind human companions, innocent Courtney thrills at the glamorous future Seaver paints for her—until his sly moves awaken a sharp fear in the young calico… Joe Grey, intent on finding Courtney, neglects his search for the attacker who left a beaten woman near death in an open grave. As the clues to that crime surface, as Joe passes information to Molena Point PD, he finds himself entwined in a larger tangle of robbery, death, and unexpected relationships that challenge even the wily gray tomcat. Can the fleet-footed feline unravel the mysteries before it is too late?
FROM JANELLE TAYLOR, THE AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF SEVEN NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERS, COMES A NOVEL OF ENTHRALLING ADVENTURE AND EXTRAODINARY ROMANCE. Born of an Apache mother, trained in Apache ways, undercover agent Navarro Breed embarks on a perilous mission to save Geronimo and his people. Seeking her own brand of justice against the gun-running desperadoes who killed her husband, Bethany Wind agrees to masquerade as Navarro's wife. It is a journey that will take them from the Arizona Territory to a sprawling Texas ranch-and the home of the woman Navarro once loved. And it is a journey that will take them from danger to awakening desire-and the love that is their extraordinary destiny. . .. In CHASE THE WIND Janelle Taylor has created an incomparable love story of two people who must battle the pain of the past to seize a radiant future. Set against the sweeping panorama of authentic western history, brimming with sensual passion and intrigue, it is the work of a master storyteller at her spellbinding best.
A study of a royal love triangle captures the relationships between King Henri II of France, his wife Catherine de Medici, and his mistress, Diane de Poitiers, examining the impact of the love story on the history of Renaissance France.
In Chase the Wind, Sean's feelings for Casey prompt him to let her help track down her father's murderer, while in Against the Wind, a young northern woman and an ex-rebel Southern doctor learn to overcome their differences. Reprint.
When the news came of the discovery of gold at the south pole, nobody suspected that the beginning had been reached of a new era in the world's history. The newsboys cried "Extra!" as they had done a thousand times for murders, battles, fires, and Wall Street panics, but nobody was excited. In fact, the reports at first seemed so exaggerated and improbable that hardly anybody believed a word of them. Who could have been expected to credit a despatch, forwarded by cable from New Zealand, and signed by an unknown name, which contained such a statement as this: "A seam of gold which can be cut with a knife has been found within ten miles of the south pole." The discovery of the pole itself had been announced three years before, and several scientific parties were known to be exploring the remarkable continent that surrounds it. But while they had sent home many highly interesting reports, there had been nothing to suggest the possibility of such an amazing discovery as that which was now announced. Accordingly, most sensible people looked upon the New Zealand despatch as a hoax.
Before his death in 2000, Rafael Perez Estrada was one of contemporary Spain's most imaginative and unique writers. A several-time finalist for Spain's Premio Nacional de Literatura, he published over forty books in his lifetime. He created a body of work that often defies classification, crafting fantastic realities from myth, fable, and his own Mediterranean surroundings. Perez Estrada's writing has been compared to that of Borges and Calvino for the way it incorporates the fantastic to alter our perception of reality. These translations by Steven J. Stewart present his work in all its richness.
American patriot Benedict Clare risks his own life to save that of Bryony, a beautiful young woman with no memory of her past, but their growing relationship could be threatened by the secrets of her past. Reprint.