Dear Reader, You met Alec Carrick in Night Fire. He returns full force-and believe me, this man's got force--in Night Storm, the third novel of the Night Trilogy which I wrote in the Fall of 1988. The Paxtons are shipbuilders in Baltimore. Alec Carrick is an English nobleman who wants to buy them out. Genny Paxton isn't at all what she seems. She dresses like "Eugene" and wants to build her own sailing ships without male interference. Alec, a man of great insight, knows exactly what lies beneath those britches. He gets Genny's goat more times than she can count. This is a love story filled with wit, humor, and outrageous circumstance. It's got more unexpected spins than a roulette wheel. Then there's five-year-old Hallie, Alec's daughter, a charmer who will take hold of your heart and never let go. Do enjoy Alec and Genny--and let me know which of the novels in the Night Trilogy you like best.
The final book in Dolores Redondo’s atmospheric Baztan trilogy, featuring Inspector Amaia Salazar. With masterful storytelling and a detective to rival Sarah Lund, this Spanish bestselling series has taken Europe by storm.
Please read books 1 and 2 first. Book 1 is free. Following the destruction of the City of Glass through an explosion of sonorics, huge numbers of refugees have descended upon the Chevakian capital Tiverius. The refugees are mostly members of the rebel group Brotherhood of the Light, supporters of the old royal family. They are injured, scared and hungry, and few speak Chevakian. The young Queen Jevaithi and her lover Isandor are amongst them, safe from the Eagle Knights for now. Young Eagle Knight Carro is waiting in an old farmhouse with his fellow Knights for the order to invade the camp, capture the Queen and deliver her back to his father, where she will continue to live as imprisoned puppet for the Knights' tyranny. The Chevakians know none of this, and struggle to contain the refugee population, and the dangerous sonorics contamination the people have brought from their ravaged country, contamination that defies Chevakian efforts to contain it, and is getting worse, not better. In their struggle for power, the Brotherhood and the Knights disturbed something from an ancient and magic civilisation. The sorcerer Tandor knows what happened, but he is on death row in a Chevakian jail. The southern woman Loriane is aware of the things that are required, but she is amongst Chevakians who can't understand her. The Chevakian proctor Sadorius han Chevonian could put the pieces of the puzzle together, but he is struggling to keep the peace, and besides, Chevakians don't believe in magic. Meanwhile, the massive, and malevolent, sonorics cloud drifts towards the city, hungry for revenge. For people who like their fantasy dark and gritty. Think Joe Abercrombie, Karen Miller, Robin Hobb, George R.R. Martin. dark fantasy, steampunk, post-apocalyptic, magic, sorcery, epic fantasy, knights, eagles, bears, dragons
Something Old Every woman remembers her wedding night—even if she'd rather not. Sarah, Lady Weston, does her best to forget how her husband wood, wed, and deserted her for duty's sake almost a decade ago. She is successful and content with her life in Fort Worth as a professional wedding designer. Yet, despite her usual attention to detail, she neglected one important thing. Sarah never had her marriage annulled. Isn't it just her bad luck that Nick now finds himself in need of a wife? Something New No red-blooded man would ever forget a wedding night like the one Nicholas, Lord Weston, endured. But his years as a secret agent in service to the Crown have taught him the value of patience. Now back in Britain, his sisters' weddings on the horizon, and haunted by a woman he never truly left behind, he is ready to tackle the most dangerous and daunting task of all—seducing his skeptical bride. Something Wonderful New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author Emily March brings her trademark blend of heartwarming humor and to Victorian England in this engaging tale of luck, love, and laughter.
Twins Bowman and Kestrel have saved their family and the rest of the Manth people from slavery and helped bring about the downfall of the cruel city-state of the Mastery. Now, led by their mother, a prophetess, they are free to seek their promised land. But the journey is long and hard, filled with many dangers, enemies, distractions, and temptations. And each of the travelers is preoccupied with his or her own worries. Hanno Hath, the twins' father, is troubled to see his beloved wife weaken as they draw close to the promised land. As well, he must bolster the endurance of the often doubting and disgruntled Manth people. Bowman is torn between his attraction to Sisi, a former princess, and his destiny, as he perceives it, to sacrifice himself for the good of the people. Kestrel also feels a pull toward a mission, toward something-but for some reason, she cannot envision her life beyond the journey. This is the satisfying and profound ending to the trilogy, which began with The Wind Singer, winner of the coveted Smarties Prize in England.
Evil has infiltrated our world. His name is Oblivion and his touch is death. He devastates the planet, turning it into a twisted, barren world. A dark world. And Grant Borrows, the one man powerful enough to oppose him, is dead. As Grant's remaining friends learn the ultimate truth behind the events that shaped their lives, they secretly gather for one last battle. This showdown between good and evil will prove to every soul on earth that in the bitterest twilight, all is not lost. The world must never forget that even when life is merciless, it is not hopeless.