Romantic Suspense

Killer Heat by Brenda Novak

killer-heat-brenda-novak.JPGIn Killer Heat, by Brenda Novak, the bodies of seven women have been discovered in Skull Valley, Arizona. Jonah Young, a private security operative from Department 6, has been hired by the Yavapai County Sheriff to assist in solving these murders. But Jonah’s not prepared for the complications that arise when he’s forced to work with a woman from his past, private investigator Francesca Moretti.
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Tough Customer by Sandra Brown

tough-customer.JPGIn Sandra Brown’s newest, Tough Customer, colleagues, friends, and lovers know Dodge Hanley as a private investigator who doesn’t let rules get in his way–in his private life as well as his professional one. If he breaks a heart, or bends the law in order to catch a criminal, he does so without hesitation or apology.
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The Dragon’s Mark by Alex Archer

the-dragons-mark.jpgIn Alex Archer’s The Dragon’s Mark, archaeologist Annja Creed and her sword have never been outmatched– until now. When a surprise party for her mentor Roux includes some uninvited guests, Annja finds herself fighting desperately for her life. The intruders escape but leave a sinister message behind.
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Ghost Moon by Heather Graham

ghost-moon-heather-graham.jpgIn Heather Graham’s newest, Ghost Moon, reclusive collector Cutter Merlin is seldom seen in Key West–lately, not at all. Officer Liam Beckett visits Merlin’s curious house and discovers the gentleman in his study. In his death grip: a volume of occult lore and a reliquary. His eyes are wide with fright, his mouth a horrified rictus where spiders now dwell.
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Bachelor Sheriff by Paula Graves

bachelor-sheriff.jpgIn Paula Graves’s Bachelor Sheriff, Sheriff Aaron Cooper, a man of duty and justice, can’t foresee trading his bachelor ways for love. So when he offers an innocent Melissa Draper protection, he doesn’t realize what he’s signed up for. His cop instincts urge him to stop at nothing to keep the beautiful, passionate woman safe.
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In the Echo of Violence by Jordan Dane

the-echo-of-violence.JPGBy Jeannie Holmes

Allison Brennan describes Jordan Dane’s books as “… romantic suspense [that] sizzles with an effective blend of hot romance and cold suspense. Intense and satisfying.” I completely agree. I had the pleasure of meeting Jordan last year at Bouchercon in Indianapolis and have enjoyed reading her books ever since.
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Skating Around The Law by Joelle Charbonneau

By Selena Robins

skating-around-the-law.jpgdebut-author.jpgIn Joelle Charbonneau’s comedy mystery novel,Skating Around The Law, the heroine, Rebecca Robbins is a woman on a mission–to sell the roller rink she inherited in her rural hometown and get back to her life in Chicago. Fast. What she didn’t count on was discovering a dead body head-first in the rink’s toilet. Rebecca must discover the identity of the murderer before she becomes the next victim.
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One Tough Marine by Paula Graves

one-tough-marine.jpgIn One Tough Marine, by Paula Graves, when masked men making impossible demands threaten the life of Abby Chandler’s young son, she runs to Luke Cooper for help, a man she hasn’t seen since he vanished after an earth-shattering one-night stand. If anyone knows the secrets her husband was keeping, it’s Luke. But what Abby doesn’t know is that Luke’s disappearance was the only way to keep her alive. And though he’s determined to protect her from the ruthless men threatening her, Luke knows that reawakening the passion between them may be the most dangerous risk of all.
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Haunt Me Still by Jennifer Lee Carrell

haunt-me-still.JPGWhat strange magic lies behind the spark of genius? When director Kate Stanley takes on Shakespeare’s witch-haunted play of Macbeth inJennifer Lee Carrell’s Haunt Me Still, it doesn’t take long for a legendary curse to stir. A murder arranged to look like pagan sacrifice ambiguously marks Kate as either suspect or future victim, and propels her into the search for a lost version of Macbeth, said to contain ancient rituals of witchcraft. However much Kate would like to dismiss such rituals as superstition, someone else is clearly willing to kill for them, and for Shakespeare’s darkest secret.
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Desperate Deeds by Dee Davis

desperate-deeds.jpgIn Dee Davis’s Desperate Deeds, as the demolitions expert for A-Tac, a black-ops CIA unit masquerading as Ivy League faculty, Tyler Hanson has two great loves: literature and explosives. She lives by the motto “duty first” and doesn’t have time for personal attachments . . . until a steamy one-night stand turns into a professional partnership.
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White Heat by Brenda Novak

white-heat.JPGIn her newest novel, White Heat, by Brenda Novak, Nate Ferrentino and Rachel Jessop, two members of a private security company called Department 6, are hired to infiltrate a dangerous cult that has recently settled in the former ghost town of Paradise, Arizona. Members of this cult worship at the feet–and in the bed–of its charismatic leader, Ethan Wycliff. But with one woman claiming to have been stoned, and another missing, Wycliff might be more of a devil than the prophet he claims to be….
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Deadly Fear by Cynthia Eden

deadly-fear.jpgBy Debra Webb

Recently, I sat down with Cynthia Eden to talk about her latest novel, Deadly Fear.

Cynthia, as always, I love hearing about the author’s journey. Please tell us a little about how you started and your first big break in the industry.I’ve always loved writing.  Unfortunately, as I grew up and completed college, I lost sight of my dream. You know the story–life gets in the way sometimes.  But, I found my way back to my dream (lucky for me).
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Colby Velocity by Debra Webb

colby-velocity.JPGIn Debra Webb’s newest, Colby Velocity, former Equalizer Leland “Rocky” Rockford doesn’t have a problem working with Colby Agent Kendra Todd. As far as he is concerned, partnering with her is one of the benefits of their agencies’ merger. Something about her calm and composed air makes him want to ruffle her feathers–until they’re assigned to a murder case. In full professional mode, Rocky will do whatever necessary to support Kendra–and to keep her safe.
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Body Heat by Brenda Novak

body-heat.JPGIn Brenda Novak’s new novel, Body Heat, the heat is on…

Twelve people have been shot at pointblank range and left to rot in the desert sun. It’s Sophia St. Claire’s job to do something about it. She’s Bordertown, Arizona’s new chief of police–and she’s out of her depth.
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Ghost Night by Heather Graham

In Heather Graham’s newest, Ghost Night, A slasher movie turns real when two young actors are brutally murdered on a remote island film set. Their severed heads and arms are posed in macabre homage to a nineteenth-century pirate massacre.

Two years later, survivor Vanessa Loren is drawn back to South Bimini by a documentary being made about the storied region. Filmmaker Sean O’Hara aches to see how the unsolved crime haunts her…and Sean knows more than a little about ghosts.
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Thrilled to Death by L.J. Sellers

By Mary Kennedy

Recently I sat down with L.J. Sellers to talk about Thrilled to Death, the latest in her Detective Jackson Mysteries.

Jack Quick, a book reviewer, said you have a “delightfully twisted mind.” I assume that is a good thing, for a mystery novelist. Care to elaborate?

For a crime novelist, “delightfully twisted mind” is the highest compliment you can receive. In my case, I hope it refers to the many twists and turns my stories take and to the unusual and difficult crimes I devise for Detective Jackson to investigate. To clarify, I don’t write about serial killers or evil for the sake of evil, so he didn’t mean that kind of twisted.
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Damage Control by Amy J. Fetzer

damage-control.jpgIn Amy J. Fetzer’s Damage Control, Book #5 of Dragon One, pilot and explosives expert Sebastian Fontenot searches for his kidnapped friend and he uncovers former KGB operatives rushing to keep a failed submarine attack on the US where it belongs, under the Arctic circle.
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Dangerous Desires by Dee Davis

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By Cym Lowell

Dangerous Desires is the second in Dee Davis’s series of A-Tac adventures.  A-Tac is the American Tactical Intelligence Command, an elite CIA unit masquerading as faculty at an Ivy League college.  Brilliant, badass, and seemingly bulletproof, the members of A-Tac are assigned to the riskiest missions and the most elusive targets.

Dangerous Desires is the story of extraction expert Drake Flynn. Flynn knows how to survive behind enemy lines. But he’s about to meet one adversary he can’t subdue . . . or resist.
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Unspeakable by Laura Griffin

unspeakable.jpgIn Unspeakable, by Laura Griffin, Elaina McCord’s dream of being an FBI profiler is in jeopardy with her first case–investigating a string of murders near a Texas beach resort. The victims, all young women, were drugged and brutally murdered, their bodies abandoned in desolate marshland. Elaina’s hunch–met with disbelief by local police–is that these are only the latest offerings from a serial killer who has been perfecting his art for years, growing bolder and more cunning with each strike.
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A Rancher’s Brand of Justice by Ann Voss Peterson

In Ann Voss Peterson’s latest, A Rancher’s Brand of Justice, rugged Rancher Nick Raymond didn’t take orders from anybody. He had finally been reunited with his son, and he was not about to bring the boy back to the city where he’d witnessed a murder.

Investigator Melissa Anderson was just doing her job, but the cowboy wasn’t making it easier…and neither was the attraction building between them.
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Carnal Sin by Allison Brennan

carnal-sin.jpgI love research.

I think this love of research stems from my tendency to procrastinate. In school, I was really good at cramming at the last minute–back then, it was hitting the library the day before a major paper was due, reading everything I could on the subject, then writing all night. The last-minute projects inevitably garnered me a B+ or A- (which, had I spent more time researching, editing, and revising would have been an A–but we work we our natural talents, right?)
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Colby Control by Debra Webb

colby-control.JPGBy Dana Granger

To fans of romantic thrillers, best-selling author Debra Webb needs no introduction. Her enormously popular Colby Agency series is one of Harlequin Intrigue’s most-read series, and she’s written dozens of novels in the series, which is still going strong. In July, Colby Control, the latest book in the series, hits the bookstores.
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