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Embraces Imprint Release – Fiona by Linda Andrews

Fiona by Linda Andrews

 

Fiona by Linda Andrews

 

Searching for her missing aunt and uncle, self-reliant American heiress Fiona Grey needs the reclusive Marquess of Kingslee to introduce her to the upper echelon of London society. But Kingslee knows her type—rich, spoilt and on the prowl for a husband. Despite the lure of intrigue surrounding Fiona and her missing family members, he wants nothing to do with her…until a murderer begins to take interest.

Can he live with himself if he turns his back on Fiona because he’s afraid to risk his heart?

Purchase in trade paperback, and in ebook for Kindle.

 
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Posted by on August 14, 2011 in Zumaya Embraces

 

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Otherworlds Imprint Release – Meter Parents by MD Benoit

Otherworlds Imprint Release – Meter Parents by MD Benoit

Meter Parents: A Jack Meter Case File

It's always some thing...

 

Jack Meter’s hard-won peace is about to be shattered again. Two fugitives have descended on his apartment and are demanding help. They’re Phoenixes, a species that start as babies in the morning, age through the day and vanish after sunset, only to be reborn the next day.

Then there’s the Kayzar. The aliens want the Phoenixes back and are willing to kill anyone to recapture them, including Jack.

The Phoenixes’ story doesn’t ring true to Jack, but what’s a PI to do when his home is invaded, his friends feel sorry for the refugees, and he has a dead Kayzar stinking up his apartment?

Available in trade paperback, and in ebook for Kindle and NOOK .

 
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Posted by on July 6, 2011 in Zumaya Otherworlds

 

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Enigma Imprint Release – I Murdered the PTA by Wendy Dager

Enigma Imprint Release – I Murdered the PTA by Wendy Dager

I Murdered the PTA by Wendy Dager

It's always something...

 

Daphne Lee-Lee is a rock-and-roll mom caught in the middle of an explosion that shakes her straitlaced hometown’s rigid foundations—and blows up the local PTA. She knows she didn’t kill the ladies she’s dubbed “Cupcakes,” but as the police’s main suspect, Daphne doesn’t have much time to clear her hyphenated name.

Then someone blows up her beloved Volkswagen Beetle, and the stakes are suddenly much higher. If the whole town doesn’t show up at her house with pitchforks and torches, the real killer may be the one who’s finally going to get her.

Available in trade paperback, and in ebook for Kindle.

 
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Posted by on June 23, 2011 in Zumaya Enigma

 

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