Sunday, August 16, 2020

New Romance and Fiction In The Garden

 

New Romance and Fiction In The Garden

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On a lengthy car ride to their annual seaside vacation, a mother recounts the true story of a sweet family tradition.
It's the summer of 1941 in the seaside town of Langford, Rhode Island, and seventeen-year-old Meredith Franklin works as a server at Seymore's Ice Cream Shoppe.
When aspiring baseball player Anthony Fanelli strolls into the ice cream shop, his teasing banter leads to romantic sparks and dreams of forever love.
Their whirlwind courtship comes to an abrupt halt on December 7, 1941, when America enters World War Two, forcing the couple to put their future on hold.
Decades later, a treasure trove of wartime letters details the romance of Merry and Anthony and the sacrifices of a generation.
Forbes Lighthouse is a dangerous place. Twenty-year-old Molly McLaren agrees to tend the light when her father breaks his leg, so she leaves behind the city and her nursing career. Molly dreads the thought of three months as the sole inhabitant on the tiny island, nineteen nautical miles off the rugged coastline of Augusta in Western Australia.

Molly discovers she enjoys the solitude, and when a massive storm arrives bringing a life raft, Molly risks her life to save the unconscious man inside. On waking, he says he has lost his memory but as Molly nurses him back to health she wonders if he has. When the storm finally clears, Molly has fallen for the man she's nicknamed John, but still has doubts about his honesty.

The real danger arrives with two men who are searching for her mystery man. They want to kill him and anyone else who can identify them, and Molly quickly learns; on a lighthouse, there is nowhere to hide.
Grace O'Dell isn't in the mood to smile. Her mom is dying, her bank account is depleted, and come Labor Day she could lose her job. Mentally and physically tired, she wonders if she will ever be able to have her dream love.

Joe McGann's mission is to make the beautiful woman he spies smile. She looks so sad, and something about her tugs at his heart. He knows a banana split is a great way to break the ice. But convincing her to accept his invitation could take an act of divine intervention.
Fresh off a divorce, Lillian Mackie strode into a Mardi Gras ballroom in search of a single man to make her come hard and leave her wanting more. When a sexy jester gives her a daring wink and a scandalous pinch, she is determined to discover what lies beneath those tights. However, she might find more than she bargained for...
Nathan Gordon has been hired by a ranch owner to find his missing cowboys, and to also investigate several mysterious animal mutilations. The job brings him closer to the beautiful Navajo Medicine woman, he fell in love with at first sight. Yet, he can't quite bring himself to believe in some of their rituals. Not to mention terrifying spirits.

Bright Flower has known since she was a child, Nathan is the man she is destined to marry. However convincing her grandfather is harder than she thought it would be. Just when she and Nathan have his blessing, malevolent Skinwalkers target their loved ones, and threaten to take away all she and Nathan hold dear.
The battle they wage could end in a living hell, sending Nathan and Bright Flower to a fate worse than death.
One selfless act as a teen unfairly caused Sirena Seafair to forfeit her ability to shift into a mermaid.

Fifteen years later, her mundane life is about to change when Jack O'Casey arrives in the Irish town of Grimm Nitch and opens his restaurant, Mermaid Cove. The man is bound and determined to make Sirena his no matter what. But if by chance, Sirena can find a way to reclaim her life as a mermaid, will she leave Jack and her human life behind in exchange for a life beneath the sea? Or will surrendering her heart to love be the magic she's been waiting for all along?         

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