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Death, Life, or Love—Unbounded Always Play for Keeps
There are only two ways to kill Unbounded, and fire isn’t one of them—as law school dropout Erin Radkey learns the hard way. By fluke of a recessive gene, she has become Unbounded, a nearly immortal being with paranormal abilities.
Erin’s Change separates her from her loved ones and alters everything she believes to be true. A week earlier she was considering a marriage proposal; now she contemplates the best way to stay alive. Caught in a battle between two Unbounded groups, the Emporium and the Renegades, she is also hunted by a secret mortal society sworn to eradicate the Unbounded gene.
As Erin plunges into this dangerous new life, she must carve out her own place in the madness, protect her mortal family, and decide which group she should join. Her unique ability is vital to both groups in the race to secure an identification software that spells death for all Unbounded—or enslavement for the entire mortal world. Some will stop at nothing to use Erin as one more pawn in a battle that has spanned centuries. Erin’s undeniable attraction to Ritter Langton, whose family was massacred by opposing Unbounded two hundred and forty years ago, complicates her choices. There are no second chances. Death, life, or love—Unbounded always play for keeps.
Non-stop action, terrifying consequences, and powerful romance make The Change an exciting addition to the world of romantic urban fantasy.
Praise for the UNBOUNDED series:
“Excellent and well written!”
“I recommend reading the entire series”
“High action and adventure”
“Teyla Branton belongs right alongside Patricia Briggs, Kim Harrison, Jennifer Estep, and Kelly Armstrong.”
“A taut and captivating story with religious and political overtones, one that matches a feisty heroine with an ancient secret … Tightly woven and compelling, moving the action forward at a brisk pace … The dialogue here is particularly solid, sounding realistic and still readable … scenes come alive.” — Judge, 5th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards.
Avery Barks, a search and rescue volunteer is happy about moving into her own mountain cabin in time for the Christmas holiday. The excitement is short lived when several of her belongings turn up missing.
Fortunately, there is a new friend waiting in the wings to help her out..
“Avery Meets Chevy” is a stand alone short story. It is the prequel to the “Avery Barks Dog Mysteries” series. These books can be read in any order.
Join Alissia on her perilous quest full of adventure, magic, and romance as she travels the challenging road of finding oneself—maybe even love along the way.
Naomi fled Spain for America to escape living the lie generations of her people had lived. She planned to find her uncle and help him earn enough money to bring their family to this land of promise. About to be sent back, the teenager lets an old woman help her and when handcuffed and dragged to the woman’s casa, discovers she must continue to live a lie. Will Naomi’s coming-of-age journey be one of fear, freedom, or love?
Chaz met Naomi when she gave this drunken bum a few dollars and made him sign her pledge book while saying he would help others. Now an internationally well-known philanthropist, he will pretend to be less than he is to wed Naomi!
Lola was rescued from immigration by Naomi. Now this teenager wants to discredit her benefactor so she can have Chaz. And having discovered Naomi’s secrets, she is bound to succeed!
Two people in love yet neither knows who their spouse really is. A teenage girl whose goal is to drive a wedge between this star-crossed couple. Can anyone get what they want before fear, longing, lies and secrets cause this triangle to unravel?
The Naomi Chronicles were written to be read one after the other. However, each book is a stand-alone and can be read independently of each other. For the best reading experience, we suggest reading them in order:
Book #1: No Other Choice
Book #2: Choosing to Be
Book #3: Beginning Anew
Book #4: Commitment for Two
And soon to release, Book #5: Sorrow Season
“Sometimes a reader needs to curl up with a deliciously good book and disappear from their own world for awhile. Murder Caribbean-Style spirited me away into a world that oozed with the charms of such exotic locations as Barbados, St. Thomas, Sint Maarten and Puerto Rico. Diane Rapp offers a gift to her readers: She whets an adventurer’s appetite with zesty, vivid descriptions of fascinating out-of-the-way places at each port, sites that are unknown to many tourists. We are treated to descriptions of not only the duties of personnel on a cruise ship but, more so, their very human nuances.” Review by Doreen Cox.
When Kayla Sanders accepts a free Caribbean cruise aboard the Aurora, she gets sucked into a modern-day mutiny culminating in the murder of her ex-lover, Patrick MacIntyre. When Kayla was denied a well-deserved promotion, she resigned. Kayla’s shipboard friends applauded her bravery, but she knew the truth. Reeling from the painful humiliation inflicted by an unfaithful lover, Kayla welcomed an excuse to run home and hide. Living like a hermit in Colorado she worked days as a typist and wrote a Caribbean guidebook at night.
Four years later, Kayla arrives onboard her old ship and savors the VIP treatment afforded a published author—until Patrick falls dead at her feet. Plunging into a frenzied investigation to discover the killer before police arrest her friends, Kayla bumps into Steven Young every time she uncovers a clue. They soon join forces to unravel the mystery and spark a fledgling romance. Like a tightrope walker balancing between passion and peril, Kayla risks her life to unearth the truth behind Patrick’s death and free herself from his memory. Should she trust Steven and risk another broken heart—or worse?
Sometimes being perfect is not enough.
When gourmet chef, Angelina, gets dumped by her fiance in favor of a flower child wannabe who can’t even boil water, she sets out to prove that she, too, can be imperfect, if that’s what it takes to get a man. No matter what her best friend, Vince, says, she’ll not spend her non-wedding night alone and moping, when she can let loose at Ginty’s, a wild bar in Chicago’s Wrigleyville. What happens that night surprises and embarrasses her.
While groping for answers to restore her self-confidence, things get terribly confusing. When a famous newscaster she’s admired from afar takes an interest in her, a new dilemma presents itself. Is he the answer to her dreams, or does her heart lie with her best friend?
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT A PERFECT ANGEL:
Maggie Toussait, award-winning author of Gone and Done It, says, “Morgan Mandel cooks up a sweet romance and a lot of fun in A Perfect Angel.”
Lorenzo de Medici is tormented by his uncertain future as his family dynasty is constantly threatened by outside forces. When he meets Lina, she gives him the courage to move be-yond his haunting past. Will the two be able to fight the forces working against them and have a future together? With Lina’s life at stake, they must find a way to forgive, but never forget.
In glamorous 1935 Hollywood, amidst premieres in movie palaces on Hollywood Boulevard, lunch at The Brown Derby, and under the scrutiny of gossip columnists, Vivien Howard has succeeded where few women have before. She is the only female director at Lion Studios. With a string of hits to her credit, she is focused on her latest project, the Civil War love story Storm of the South.
Weston Holmes is the handsome partner of Holmes International, the parent company of Lion Studios. Averse to risk and focused on the bottom line, he’s worried that audiences won’t accept an epic war picture directed by a young woman.
With Hollywood in the midst of the Great Depression, and the Women’s Decency League railing against working women, Vivien struggles to convince Weston that she is the best director to make this movie. When a publicity mishap lands them in a staged marriage of convenience, Vivien and Weston must learn to overcome their differences to finish the film and find their Hollywood ending.
A clean historical romance steeped in the glamour of the golden age of Hollywood with echoes of the making of Gone with the Wind. An excellent addition to the library of anyone who loves the classic Hollywood novels of Martin Turnbull, Kate Alcott, and Amanda Quick.