Confusion, fury, and disbelief filled Rucker McClure's soul when he saw his wife across the airport waiting room. A year ago, Dinah had vanished without a trace, but he'd never stopped looking for her, never given up hope - until now, when it seemed all his worst fears were true: she'd betrayed her country and abandoned the husband she'd sworn to love until death. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A spirited Cornwish widow must solve a spooky mystery in this postwar historical novel from the author of Unforgettable. Having lost her husband during the evacuation at Dunkirk, Dorrie Resterick now lives a quiet life centered around family in the Cornish village of Nanviscoe. But that quiet is about to be disrupted by the arrival of Stella Grey and her family. She’s already planning a surprise welcome home party for her honeymooning niece, Verity, and her new husband Jack, as well as trying to convince the superstitious locals that the ghost of Jack’s disturbed first wife, Lucinda, is not haunting their marital home. But it soon transpires that the ghost may be more real than Dorrie first imagined, as someone—or something—seems determined to stir up trouble. “Deftly introduces a new series that draws on the domestic settings at which Cook excels.” —Booklist on Unforgettable
Some say that our fate is determined before we are ever born. Jacqui has felt the impact of her fate her entire life. Branded as the killer of her twin—a little girl they named Jane—she has been a pariah in her own family and community since birth. As the result of a freak accident in the womb, Jane never drew a single breath. Her unborn twin’s foot crushed her cord, depriving her tiny brain of oxygen. No reasonable person would assign intent or blame to the surviving baby—but that didn’t stop Jacqui’s parents from blaming her for her sister’s demise. Jacqui has tried to come to a place of peace and understanding her entire life, but she is now treated as a burden by her family. Alone, sad, and confused, she tells her story through a series of poignant letters to her sister in heaven. Having started writing to Jane when she was about seven, she is desperate to connect with her lost other half in any way she can. In her quest for self-acceptance, understanding, and forgiveness, Jacqui reaches out to the only other one who could possibly know what really happened on that fateful day: her lost twin.
New beginnings are just what the doctor ordered in this riveting tale by #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods. As a psychologist, Mallory Blake knew there were times when one had to let go. She also knew just how much it hurt. After her husband’s death, she’d packed up her belongings and moved to San Francisco, wishing it was as easy to box up her memories and seal away her regrets. But she had her patients at the hospital who helped her move forward, patients like six-year-old Davey. The broken little boy needed Mallory—not that his doctor agreed. Mallory had heard the rumors about neurosurgeon Justin Whitmore. She had experienced firsthand his temper, his impossible standards and his undeniable charm. But beneath all of that, Mallory discovered Justin hid an old pain, one she wasn’t sure she could heal. And yet she couldn’t walk away from him. Because there were times when it was right to move on…and times when you took someone’s hand and never let go. Originally published in 1988. FREE BONUS STORY INCLUDED IN THIS VOLUME! Doctor, Soldier, Daddy by Caro Carson An army physician on a mission needs a mother for his child—and plain Jane Kendry Harrison is just what the doctor ordered. Dashing soldier Jamie MacDowell needs a mother for his infant son, stat! And while the handsome M.D. has no shortage of candidates, he lets his baby boy help with the selection. Little Sam falls for quiet Kendry Harrison—a surprising choice, maybe. But Jamie quickly realizes that the orderly’s sweet veneer hides a multitude of attractions—and if he’s not careful, he could wind up wrecking their carefully set-up “arrangement.” Originally published in 2013.
Love isn’t easy. If there is one thing I’ve learned, that’s it. Love doesn’t last because it’s perfect or fate, it’s because two people decided to fight for it. They hold on tighter than anyone else when times get tough. And right now, times are really tough. It’s a good thing I have a strong grip. We’ve been sucked into a world filled with politics and appearances. It’s triggered silent demons that Jake thought he’d beaten long ago, and running from them isn’t an option this time. We’re in this together. We’ve already lost a decade, I’m not losing another minute.
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Kendra Prescott, a high-powered Atlanta real estate broker, is sent to England to coax the owner to sell a beautiful cottage. Family portraits line the stairway, and Kendra finds one man, Benjamin Sheffield, fascinating. Too bad he lived almost two centuries ago. In 1863, Benjamin Sheffield escaped England because of a trumped-up murder charge. He came to America to disappear in the vast Western frontier but was delayed by a little thing called the War Between The States. When Kendra trips on a rock and loses consciousness, she wakes in the middle of Civil War-torn Georgia. She doesn't know what happened to the cottage, but when she sees Ben, she realizes he is the key, her only chance of returning to her own time. Trouble is, now that she's met him, she isn't sure she wants to.
As he presses a revolver to his head, Reece Cole sees his little daughter's handprints on the windowpane. One last, painful reminder of her all too short life. But then he notices something about the handprints that defies belief. Something that verges on the impossible. He spends the next few days frantically trying to make sense of what is happening. Then a stranger stops at his gate with a small grey envelope. Inside is a single white card, inscribed with six breathtaking words: I can bring your daughter back.