From This Day Forward [NOOK Book]

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A GUN TO THE BACK COULD MAKE A WOMAN THINK ABOUT THINGS…

And Annie Smith had had a revelation the day she found herself an innocent bystander in an armed bank robbery! Once the danger was over, she discovered there was one thing in her life she had yet to do: fall in love….

Now it seemed everywhere Annie turned, she came face-to-face with sexy Griffin Chase. Not that he was really an option. After all, Griffin was the heir to the Chase family ...

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From This Day Forward

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Overview


A GUN TO THE BACK COULD MAKE A WOMAN THINK ABOUT THINGS…

And Annie Smith had had a revelation the day she found herself an innocent bystander in an armed bank robbery! Once the danger was over, she discovered there was one thing in her life she had yet to do: fall in love….

Now it seemed everywhere Annie turned, she came face-to-face with sexy Griffin Chase. Not that he was really an option. After all, Griffin was the heir to the Chase family fortune, while she—well, she was his housekeeper's daughter! Yet somehow this incredibly eligible bachelor had named himself her protector in her mad romantic quest. Could it be the prince she once dreamed of would one day be her man?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459243804
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 422,377
  • File size: 995 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2012

    Dauntless

    Can't. Stop. Reading!!! Love it! Great description, strong characters, excellent!
    -The author of Dauntless (who still has few name ideas... Also, Jalock Ferinzer, Terrin Rinzer! :) Simiular, but no biggy! Cool! Would you mind if one of my characters is named Ep? Like Cora's cat?)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2012

    The Secret of Castle Hill

    Chapter Six ~

    Jalock took my hand and pulled me toward and small, but menacing, black building that stood on the edge of the square. I shivered slightly, squeazing his hand.
    In front of the building was a small group of people. Most of them were kids, like us, but two were adults. One, a tall man with a mustache and a stiff uniform, strode over. He looked at us coldly and said,
    "Names?"
    "I'm Jalock Ferinzer." He said evenly.
    "My name is Alora Swyneth." I answered when the man turned to me.
    "Hmph." He grunted, then stalked back over to -
    "Logas?" I said in suprise.
    Logas turned to look at me, and half smiled before the man grabbed him and shoved him away from the rest of the group. I frowned, glaring at the man.
    He looked coldly back, and I turned away. Jalock was talking with one of the other kids, a pretty blonde girl with ice blue eyes. "Hey Lily." I said.
    The girl smiled. "Hi Alora." She said in a dreamy voice. "Oh!" She said, turning around. Lily twirled her blonde hair, batting her long eyelashes as another walked up.
    He was tall, muscular, with olive skin, greasy black hair,cold black eyes, and an ugly look on her face.
    "Hi." Lily purred.
    He grunted in response.
    "Who are you?" I asked, having never seen him before.
    "I'm Jorlan." He snapped angrily at me. Then, taking Lily's small hand in his, he led her away with a last evil glare at me and Jalock.
    "I don't like the looks of him." I muttered. The other kids weren't as bad. There was a fat boy who was chewing noisily on gum. His striped gray shirt was much to small, and his round belly was sticking out. Also there was a red hairred girl with green eyes and a firey temper. When the fat boy got too close, she started yelling at him and the tall man had to break it up. I dodged out of the way, and headed for Logas.
    "What are you doing here?" I said under my breath. "Why won't that man leave you alone."
    "He is making sure I don't leave." Logas whispered back.
    "You mean he's forcing you to stay here?"
    He nodded, brown eyes grim.
    "Woah, they must be desperate."
    "They are." He replied. "Jagsly's forces are growing, and theirs are dwindling."
    "But why would someone fight if they were forced to?"
    At that moment, our conversation was interrupted as the man stalked back over. He shooed me towards the other kids, mustache twitching.
    I sighed, looking around for Jalock.
    At that moment, the second of the two adults waved her hands and said, "Attention!" The group fell silent.
    The lady had dark brown hair, bronze skin, dark eyes, and a lot of makeup. "You can call me Ms. Prim." She said in a prickly voice. "That's Mr. Brown, and we shall be escorting you to..." She didn't finish her scentance, just waved her hand and said, "Follow me."
    She opened the doors to the small building, beckoning for us to enter. I peered inside.
    It was pitch black. Jorlan was the first to enter, closely followed by Lily. Then came the red hairred girl, then the fat boy. Jalock stepped through the door. I took a breath, and then followed.
    The heavy footsteps from behind told me that Mr. Brown had entered, and Logas was no doubt with him.
    Our footsteps echoed in the dark building, and I wondered where in the world we were and where in the world we were going.
    Suddenly, a bright yellow light appeared before us. It seemed to be some sort of doorway.
    Ms. Prim fixed us in her dark gaze and said,
    "Please step inside."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2005

    Good read

    If your just looking for something to sit back relax and just read this would be a good book to do that with. A gun to the back could make a woman think about things...and Annie Smith had had a revelation the day she found herself an innocent bystander in an armed bank robbery! Once the danger was over, she discovered there was one thing in her life she had yet to do: fall in love. Now it seemed everywhere Annie turned, she came face-to-face with sexy Griffin Chase. Not that he was really an option. After all, Griffin was the heir to the Chase family fortune, while she-well,she was his housekeepers daughter. Yet somehow this incredibly eligible bachelor had named himself her protector in her mad romantic quest. Could it be the prince she onve dreamed of would one day be her man?

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