Sunday, May 09, 2021

New Romance and Fiction In The Garden


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The Five Things

For nine-year-old Wendy, the summer of 1969 will never be forgotten.

Local kids have always told stories about the eerie wood on the outskirts of the village, and Wendy knows for sure that some of them are true. Now the school holidays have started and she's going to the wood again with Anna and Sam, but they soon become convinced that someone is trying to frighten them off.

When a terrible event rocks the coastal community, the young friends can't help thinking there must be a connection between the incident, the tales they've heard, and the strange happenings they've begun to witness. As glimpses of a darker world threaten their carefree existence, they feel compelled to search out the underlying truth.

The Antidote

Twelve-year-old Alex Revelstoke is different. He can see disease. Also injury, illness, and anything else wrong with the body. This comes in handy when a classmate chokes on a hot dog or when the janitor suffers a heart attack unclogging a gooey science experiment gone awry. But Alex soon learns his new ability puts him and an unsuspecting world in peril.  
Throughout time, Revelstokes have waged a battle against ancient evil itself. A man, a being, an essence—the creator of disease. Alex has seen its darkness. He has felt its strength. He does not want to fight. But Alex is the last Revelstoke. The war has just begun.


Never Say Die
Lightcastle Cove


Just divorced Miranda Peterson retreats to a South Carolina beach town to heal. But before she arrives, she runs into trouble with her car. Undercover agent Hunter Sloan knows the pretty stranded woman is in real peril. The flat tire was no accident. It was shot out. Why? Despite his misgivings, Hunter decides to get involved. Now the shooter targets them both.

Miranda and Hunter discover they both need each other. Even if they survive, will their newfound love?


Bad Fairy Strikes Again
A Bad Fairy Adventure


Thistle Greenbud thought the nickname Bad Fairy was behind her, but she can't escape it. Someone is spreading a rumor about her that just isn't true and can ruin all of her hard work in getting into Advanced School. What fairy would do such a thing?

As if that's not bad enough, Thistle's dad goes missing. Not a single fairy in Tinselville has seen him.


Once Upon a Gothic
A World of Gothic


Lady in the Mist:
When Lily Jackson takes a job in Shoal Harbor, Maine as caregiver to an emotionally disturbed young man, she soon learns that his older brother—the brooding, mysterious Clinton Breckenridge—does not want her there.
Rumors abound among the locals that the eerie moans heard across the water are the cries of unfortunate women who made the mistake of becoming involved with Breckenridge men. Now in danger herself, Lily must use her wits to solve the mystery before she suffers the same fate.

Haunting at Spook Light Inn:
Paranormal debunker Camille Burditt arrives at the Spook Light Inn in Oklahoma to research a supernatural phenomenon for her latest book. There she encounters the spirit of a woman whose 'accidental' death was actually a murder.

Declan Rush—the inhospitable, reclusive owner of the inn—is linked to the deceased woman, but he is less than forthcoming and, despite her growing attraction to him, Camille suspects his connection to the spirit might be that of killer to victim.

When another suspicious death occurs, Camille is desperate to discover if the man she's falling for is a murderer.

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